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LONDON — Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer, England captains present and past, have urged soccer players to come forward with allegations of sexual abuse amid the growing scandal in the British game.

Rooney joined with other current captains of various English national teams in a video on safeguarding published for the Football Association and children's charity NSPCC.

Rooney says, "If you're a young boy or girl and you're upset, hurt or scared with the way someone behaves with you, please let someone you trust know now."

Shearer has urged "every club, from the grassroots up, must continue to look at what they're doing to prevent abuse happening to any kids today and in the future."

Former professionals have gone public over the last two weeks about the ordeals they went through as youngsters in youth soccer. It has led to about 350 people reporting incidents of child sexual abuse at soccer clubs to 18 British police forces investigating the scandal.

The FA and a number of clubs have launched internal investigations.

SANTIAGO, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- The Economic Commission of Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) informed on Wednesday that it expects an average contraction of -0.9 percent in Latin America and the Caribbean during 2016.

The commission also indicated its statement that growth projections for economic activity could see an upturn in the economic dynamic in 2017, with an average increase of 1.5 percent.

ECLAC said it predicts 2017 to be more auspicious than in 2015 and 2016 because the prices of commodities will show improvements regarding average levels from 2016 and it is predicted that the growth in trade partners of this region will be greater.

ECLAC also indicated that, just like this year, during 2017, growth dynamics will show marked differences between countries and subregions.

South American economies, specialized in producing primary goods, particularly oil, minerals and food, will register an average growth in 2017 of 1.1 percent which contrasts with the predicted -2.2 percent in 2016.

In Central America, a growth rate of 4.0 percent is predicted for 2017, above the 3.7 percent predicted for 2016. If you take into account Central America and Mexico, the predictions are 2.5 percent for 2016 and 2.6 percent for 2017.

In the English and Dutch-speaking Caribbean, an average growth of 1.4 percent is estimated for 2017 and this figure positively contrasts with the -0.3 percent contraction predicted for 2016.

ECLAC assured that in order to sustain the largest expected growth in 2017, investment needs to be boosted and productivity needs to increase to keep track of the sustained growth. In this context, investment in infrastructure and technological innovation should play a primary role.

Countries in the region should ensure the sustainability of the region's public finances, with policies that take into account both the impact on the ability to grow in the long term as well as on the social conditions for the inhabitants of the region, according to ECLAC.

Faced with the current economic contraction, ECLAC highlights that the region needs a progressive structural change with a big environmental push, that promotes development based on environmental equality and sustainability, with public and private investment policies.

The ECLAC says these policies should be coordinated in different areas in order to re-define the energy, production and consumption patterns based on learning and innovation as this is how Latin America and the Caribbean will progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the United Nations 2030 Agenda.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 (Xinhua) -- Jeff Teague had 26 points and nine assists as the Atlanta Hawks beat the Miami Heat 98-92 on Tuesday night.

Paul Millsap had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Kent Bazemore added 10 points for Atlanta, which has won four straight games.

"It's still very early in the season but we are optimistic about how we are playing," Al Horford, who added 17 points for the Hawks, said. "There is still a lot of basketball to play. We feel good about the team we have."

"Tonight was one of our better games," said Hawks' head coach Budenholzer.

Hassan Whiteside finished with 23 points and 14 rebounds for Miami. Dwyane Wade scored 21 points. Goran Dragic made 19 points and Chris Bosh grabbed 14 rebounds for the Heat.

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