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First woman referee in a men’s World Cup game on Thursday

COLOMBO (News 1st) – History will be made when Costa Rica face Germany on 1 December 2022 at the Al Bayt Stadium when Stephanie Frappart becomes the first woman in the history of the World Cup to referee a finals match in the men's tournament.However, it will not be the first time the 38-year-old French referee has written her name into football history. Frappart was also the first woman to referee a Ligue 1 and UEFA Champions League game.Frappart will be joined by assistant referees Neuza Back of Brazil and Mexico’s Karen Díaz Medina for the crucial Group E game.Before the World Cup, Pierluigi Collina, chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee, said of the three female referees at the World Cup: "They were not selected because they are women, but as FIFA referees.

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Netflix to launch test that requires subscribers to pay for users outside household - - Usa - France - Los Angeles - Costa Rica - Chile - Peru - city Paris, France
Netflix to launch test that requires subscribers to pay for users outside household
OCTOBER 23: In this photo illustration, user profile logos of the Netflix media service provider's is displayed on the screen of a television on October 23, 2018 in Paris, France. The US video-on-demand company Netflix announced Monday it wants to ra LOS ANGELES - Netflix will soon launch a test that would prompt subscribers to pay an additional fee to allow users outside their households to use the account. According to the subscription streaming service's current "Terms of Use" agreement, any content accessed through its service for personal use "may not be shared with individuals beyond your household" — a condition that Netflix has looked over or dismissed for years.Now the company says it will launch and test a new feature for its members in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru, which will require members to add "sub accounts" for up to two people they don’t live with at a cost of 2,380 CLP in Chile, 2.99 USD in Costa Rica and 7.9 PEN in Peru. No announcement has been made whether the features will eventually be tested in the United States.RELATED: 'Squid Game' tops 'Bridgerton' as Netflix's biggest series launch ever"We’ve always made it easy for people who live together to share their Netflix account, with features like separate profiles and multiple streams in our Standard and Premium plans," the company wrote in a blog post on Wednesday.