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Women across Latin America took to the streets after a 16-year-old girl was raped and murdered in a coastal town of Argentina in October 2016. Edgard Garrido/Reuters Ariadna Estévez , Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) It’s not been a particularly uplifting month to be a woman in Latin America, especially if you read the news. On October 8 in Mar del Plata, Argentina, 16-year-old Lucía Pérez was abducted outside her school, drugged, and brutally gang raped

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Sometimes you find a perfect pairing of singer and songwriter.

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Pope Francis Proclaims Mother Teresa A Saint

04Sep

By Isla Binnie VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Mother Teresa of Calcutta, known as the “saint of the gutters” during her life, was declared a saint of the Roman Catholic Church by Pope Francis on Sunday, fast-tracked to canonization just 19 years after her death. Tens of thousands of pilgrims packed St

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Anyone familiar with Japanese politics would know that MP Taro Kono never shies away from swimming against the tide, whenever needed. This Japanese Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) member has famously opposed the government nuclear policy, plans for nuclear fuel and building new stations.

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The U.S. women’s gymnastics team walked out of the arena after their qualification round in Rio on Sunday the prohibitive favorites to take home team gold. London veteran Aly Raisman and once-in-a-generation phenom Simone Biles earned spots in the all-around final

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For the first time in more than two decades, since the dictatorship, Brazil has a government that is widely seen as illegitimate. It is seen this way, not only by its citizens, but in much of the world.

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Recently, The WorldPost published an interview with “Sapiens” author Yuval Harari in which he envisioned a future where “organisms become algorithms” as computer and biological sciences converge. In a response, Deepak Chopra writes this week that being cannot be reduced to an algorithm, nor can the mind be reduced to the wiring of the brain which artificial intelligence strives to mimic. “Of all the weird contradictions that plague modern life,” Chopra says, “the strangest is the collapse of philosophy with the triumph of science.

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The Paris climate accord , signed by 175 countries in April, was a high point of success for the United Nations. And the U.N

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Move over Neymar , there’s a new Brazilian soccer star in town. Border collie Scotch is turning heads with his tantalizing skills

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The LGBT civil rights movement has evolved admirably over the past few years to become more inclusive, working against institutional bigotry of all kinds, and grappling with the intersectionalities that exist within all of us. Those multiple identities impact not only how we think of ourselves, but more notably, what others think of us. Unfortunately, some of that progress has empowered the more radical amongst us to act in a brazen, autocratic manner.

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A CNN correspondent has reportedly been suspended for two weeks after slamming the GOP over its refugee bill in what’s been called a partisan tweet. Elise Labott, the network’s global affairs correspondent, criticized Thursday’s Republican-led House vote that seeks to severely restrict the admission of Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the U.S. “House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees

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‘How I Escaped From ISIS’

20Nov

Motorcycles and minibuses, fake IDs and frantic calls. This is how a former spy and battlefield commander leaves the Islamic State

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson recently shared some inspiring words to encourage others battling with depression. “I found that, with depression, one of the most important things you could realize is that you’re not alone,” Johnson said on the OWN network’s “Oprah’s Master Class” series . “You’re not the first to go through it; you’re not going to be the last to go through it … I wish I had someone at that time who could just pull me aside and say, ‘Hey, it’s gonna be OK

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Officers hunting suspects involved in the Paris terror attacks exchanged gunfire during a raid in the Saint-Denis suburb on Wednesday morning, according to reports. Police asked people to stay indoors.  Armed men were seen fleeing, according to one reporter on the scene. Unconfirmed reports say officers were injured.  The Associated Press, citing an unnamed police official, said a large police operation that included SWAT teams was underway, linked to Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris

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“Les méchants, c'est pas très gentil.”➡ http://bit.ly/1Lix9L2#LPJ Posted by Le Petit Journal on Monday, November 16, 2015 This exchange between a frightened Parisian boy, his father and a reporter may be the most touching reminder you’ll see that only love can conquer hate.  In an interview posted by the French news broadcast Le Petit Journal on Monday, a reporter asks a young French boy if he understands why terrorists attacked Paris on Friday, killing at least 129 people and injuring 350.  “Yes, because they’re very very very mean,” the boy replies.

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A wave of governors rattled their sabers Monday in response to the Paris terrorist attacks, vowing  to block Syrian refugees from settling within their states. But those threats rest on shaky legal ground.

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After the Islamic State (ISIS)  claimed responsibility  for Friday’s wave of attacks that  killed 129 people  in Paris, the hactivist collective Anonymous declared war on the terrorist faction and its supporters. “Make no mistake: Anonymous is at war with Daesh,” the enigmatic hacker group wrote on Twitter over the weekend, using an alternative name for ISIS.

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The Governors Awards is the closest thing Hollywood has to a do-over.  Every year since 2009, the Governors Awards has corrected some of the most egregious lapses in judgement from the organization that gives the Oscars by honoring silver screen legends most deserving of a little awards love. (Side note: Angela Basset, that Oscar for “What’s Love Got to Do With It” should have been yours and we’re starting your campaign for next year’s ceremony now.) On Saturday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences  honored Debbie Reynolds, Gena Rowlands and Spike Lee . The “Do the Right Thing” director used his time at the platform to call for greater diversity in Hollywood.  “By the year 2043, white Americans are going to be a minority in this country

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Australian artist and photographer Suzie Blake  is accustomed to seeing images of women breastfeeding, but she has trouble relating to the glossy photos of models and actresses nursing on Instagram and in fashion magazines.  As mom to a toddler and an infant, Blake knows the unglamorous truth all too well. “Breastfeeding, and just being a mother for that matter, is exhausting,” she told The Huffington Post. “It’s not this fantasy land where you feed your baby in a pond with a waterfall cascading behind you while birds chirp and the sun sets.” To provide a more realistic alternative to these images, Blake launched a photo series called “What Does Breastfeeding Look Like?”  The mom said the series was inspired by a particularly exhausting night she experienced this past summer.  “While I sat on the sofa at 3 a.m.  breastfeeding my second son, with the scent of puke on my shoulder and the knowledge there was a gigantic pile of washing in the laundry and my toddler would be awake in a few hours, I thought, ‘Do other women look like I do now

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Bibi And Barack: Scenes From A Tense Marriage

12Nov

Benjamin Netanyahu was waiting in a small, drab office in the administrative area of Ronald Reagan National Airport.

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Last week, a man named Jesse Braham (stage name Jesse Graham) tried to sue Taylor Swift for a whopping $42 million . He claimed that her hit “Shake It Off” uses lyrics from his song, “Haters Gone Hate.” (Clearly, he’d been living under a rock and hadn’t heard any hip-hop/R&B songs from the past 30 years. See: 3Lw’s ” Playas Gon’ Play ,” 504 Boyz’s ” Haters Gon’ Hate .”)  On Tuesday, Judge Gail Standish of the U.S.

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An Elon University football player has died after falling from a 10-story dormitory on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Smith Jackson is vice president for student life and dean of students at Elon University. He announced on the private school’s website that junior wide receiver Demitri Allison died Wednesday afternoon

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Two major transportation companies are getting in the same lane to help veterans in need.   Uber and Lyft  are joining forces with the American government this Veteran’s Day to provide free rides to former military members , according to a statement on the White House blog

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In December 1988, Jörg Winger was a West German Army radio operator eavesdropping on Soviet military channels when he overheard a startling message: The Russians wished him Merry Christmas by name. “That was the moment where we realized that we had moles on the base,” he recalled

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There is a world in which consumers swiftly punish Volkswagen where it counts — the coffers — for its massive, systematic deception of the Environmental Protection Agency in which it cheated its way around diesel emissions tests for half a decade. This isn’t that world.   — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms

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WASHINGTON — If countries fail to sustain policies that combat the impacts of climate change while also providing safety nets for the world’s poor, global warming will drive an additional 100 million people into poverty by 2030, a new World Bank report finds. The report, titled “Shock Waves: Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty,” argues that climate change is a “significant obstacle” to the eradication of poverty. Poor people are more likely to be impacted by climate-related “shocks” such as flooding, drought, crop failure, spikes in food prices, waterborne disease and the long list of extreme weather patterns that scientists have said will increase due to climate change

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GOP presidential contender and former neurosurgeon Ben Carson responded on Sunday to accusations that he exaggerated details of his life story, from claiming he was offered a full scholarship to West Point to recounting a time he was praised for his honesty in college . “Show me somebody, even from your business, the media, who is 100 percent accurate in everything that they say that happened 40 or 50 years ago,” Carson told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos by phone

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Kim Kardashian has never let her pregnancy get in the way of fashion.  The reality TV star turned heads at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s fifth annual Art + Film Gala on Saturday, wearing a sheer lace jumpsuit that looked like something out of Lady Gaga’s “American Horror Story” closet.  Kardashian paired the daring look with a floor-length blazer accented by a dramatic dark red lip and a diamond choker. As if we didn’t already know she was pregnant, she posed with her hand over her growing belly all night.  LACMA honored artist James Turrell and filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu at this year’s gala.  Kim’s husband Kanye West was a no-show, but a Kardashian never shows up to an event alone. Model Naomi Campbell and designer Riccardo Tisci joined the soon-to-be mother to celebrate the honorees.  My dates for LACMA tonight @riccardotisci17 @iamnaomicampbell @lamarquisette pic.twitter.com/y91fcME2hD — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 8, 2015 LACMA honored artist James Turrell and filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu at this year’s gala.  The Kardashians pulled out all the stops this weekend. The famous family came together to celebrate matriarch Kris Jenner’s 60th birthday  on Friday with a  Great Gatsby -themed bash for the ages

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Larry David Returns To SNL As Bernie Sanders

08Nov

Larry David made another surprise appearance on “Saturday Night Live” when he joined Cecily Strong — playing Rachel Maddow — in the show’s reenactment of this week’s South Carolina Democratic Forum. He reprised his role as Bernie Sanders, pouted lips in tow, asking “What the hell is this tonight?” and telling Maddow that he hates her and everyone else

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As the host of this week’s taping of “Saturday Night Live,” Donald Trump didn’t quite appear in the show’s second skit. Instead of participating in person, his live Twitter commentary appeared on-screen

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mikhail Lesin, a former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin who helped found the English-language news service Russia Today, has been found dead in an upscale Washington hotel room. The Russian Embassy in Washington on Friday confirmed the death of Lesin, whose body was discovered Thursday

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“I can’t say how grateful I am to the people who helped me, and I want to say to everyone else, get stuffed, because women can do anything and we can beat the world.

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NewsOne Now Exclusive: Rand Paul Talks 2016 NewsOne Now EXCLUSIVE: Rand Paul talks 2016 presidential race, plan to drive additional dollars to Black-owned businesses, poverty, education, criminal justice reform, #BlackLivesMatter and more.

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After talking about this for over a week, tomorrow we’ll be waking up at two in the morning to begin our trek to the summit of Cerro Ishinca, maxing out at 18,140 feet of vertical challenge in the Cordillera Blanca of Peru. This is a new experience for me, a new challenge, a new activity.

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MINNEAPOLIS. At our just-completed summer meeting of the Democratic National Committee, we circulated a “Special Letter to the President” wherein we asked our DNC colleagues to sign the letter supporting President Barack Obama’s leadership in negotiating an agreement that would place strict limits on Iran’s nuclear program. 7 years ago this weekend, we nominated Senator Barack Obama for President of the United States.

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American distance runner Molly Huddle thought she had a bronze medal wrapped up at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing on Monday. Flying down the last straightaway of the 10,000-meter race, a then third-place Huddle watched Kenya’s Vivian Cheruiyot and Ethiopia’s Gelete Burka finish first and second, respectively , before lifting her arms in a classic v-for-victory pose.  Except she, like Oregon’s Tanguy Pepiot  and American runner Ben Payne  before her, celebrated too early, creating just enough of an opening for the runner behind her to vault through. American Molly Huddle celebrates too early & loses bronze medal in world final of 10,000 meters

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No, no no! Streaming is so easy! Video on demand is so tempting! But STOP! Don’t just watch that dumb movie you spot on your TV screen just because you remember the TV ads that ran four months ago and wasn’t there a funny joke or two in it? I mean, you KNOW all the best jokes were in the trailer and about the best you heard was “it was pretty good” (translation: it didn’t suck completely) and yet instead of seeking out a classic film or something off the beaten path you’re gonna click on that comedy where the best you can hope for is that it won’t suck. So don’t.

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34 seconds and good night. That was all the time it took for UFC star Ronda Rousey to knockout Brazilian opponent Bethe C0rreia in the highly-anticipated UFC 190 title fight.  Rousey is now another step closer to a perfect career, after claiming her sixth UFC title.

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ASUNCION, July 12 (Reuters) – Pope Francis left for Rome on Sunday at the end of a trip to South America during which he censured capitalism, championed the rights of the poor, warned of irreversible damage to the planet and urged youths to “make a mess.” In passionate speeches, the Argentine pontiff urged the destitute to change the world economic order and branded the unfettered pursuit of money as the “dung of the devil.” He also sought forgiveness for the sins committed by the Catholic Church against native Americans during the colonial era. At a final rally in Paraguay, Francis urged tens of thousands of youths to look after their less fortunate peers and fight for a dignified life filled with hope and strength. “They wrote a speech for me to give you

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Feeding 11 Billion People

04May

By Don Willlmott Don Willmott is a New York-based journalist who writes about technology, travel and the environment for a wide variety of publications and websites.

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Supreme Court late Friday approved an investigation of dozens of top politicians, including a former president and leaders of congress, for alleged connections to what they call the biggest graft scheme ever uncovered in Brazil. In total, 54 people are to be investigated by the attorney general in the case involving purported kickbacks at the state energy company Petrobras — though that figure is expected to grow as evidence is gathered. More…

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Joy to the nudies! The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro got its first official nudist beach this week , in what one activist calls a “courageous decision” by lawmakers. More..

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A 68-year-old man is being held without bond for allegedly putting sewing needles into packages of meat that were sold at an Illinois grocery stone. Ronald Avers, who uses a scooter to get around and carries a portable oxygen tank, allegedly put needles into packaged meat at a Belleville Shop ‘n Save supermarket seven times between May 2013 and July 2014, but the store didn’t reach out to authorities until July 9, according to reports citing court documents. More…

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What’s cuter than a tiny animal eating tiny food? How about three tiny animals — a hedgehog and two hamsters — having a tiny birthday party , complete with appropriately tiny birthday cakes

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MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (AP) — A 7-foot-long great white shark bit a man Saturday swimming off of Southern California’s Manhattan Beach, officials said

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The Republican National Committee is celebrating former President George W. Bush’s birthday this weekend by selling wistful “I Miss W.” t-shirts to its supporters.

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Women are currently persecuted for baring their breasts in public in New York. On a global level, women who bare their chests often face more severe disciplinary measures. Whether or not you’ve ever personally felt the urge to shop for groceries sans shirt, the very existence of the prohibition — which, of course, does not apply to men — illuminates how women’s bodies are regarded as being inherently obscene.

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By James M. Dorsey Millions across the Middle East and North Africa will cheer Algeria, the only Arab squad to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, when it meets Belgium this week in its first tournament match. That enthusiasm, certainly among fans who are aware of their power, is however likely to be tempered by the growing realization that politics, political interference, and whimsical micro-management by vain club owners has stymied performance by potential regional powerhouses

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By James M. Dorsey A disclosure by British weekly The Sunday Times of millions of documents allegedly revealing massive Qatari vote buying in the Gulf state’s successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup could rejigger the Gulf’s fragile balance of power, reverse hopes that Qatar would initiate significant social change in the region, and return the worst corruption crisis in global soccer governance to the top of the agenda.

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MIAMI (AP) — For the entirety of the regular season, the supremacy of the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference was brought into serious question by the Indiana Pacers. Then came the playoffs. More..

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La repesca es un método para poder disponer de una opción mas para ir al Mundial de Brazil 2014, en este caso la confederación de futbol de Asia se juega en partidos de ida y vuelta su pase frente a la CONCACAF , que extrañamente tiene a México como representante, así pues podremos disfrutar de la Repesca Mexico vs Nueva Zelanda Gratis por internet. Ahora se efectura en el estadio Azteca de la ciudad de México DF el primer encuentro de estos dos que estan asegurando una emoción enorme para todos los aficionados al futbol mundial, este Mexico contra Nueva Zelanda Internet sera muy buen partido 100% recomendado

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Olympic Men’s Gold Medal Match – 11th Aug 2012 , a set by Pub Car Park Ninja on Flickr.

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Brazil vs Mexico – Men’s Football Final ~ London 2012 (by cosmicstarduster )

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Filed under: Automovilismo Sepang, Malasia.- El McLaren del británico Lewis Hamilton volvió a mandar ahora durante las dos primeras prácticas libres del Gran Premio de Malasia, en un día en el que Sergio Pérez ha sido decimoctavo, en la que fue su mejor aparición durante la segunda ronda de entrenamientos. Hamilton ha confirmado el buen momento por el que pasa el equipo, después de reinar en el Gran Premio de Australia, el cual fue ganado por su compañero y también británico Jenson Button, ahora el campeón del mundo de 2008 a puesto cronos de 1:38.021 y 1:38.172 para ser el más rápido en ambas sesiones. El alemán Michael Schumacher (1:38.533) ha sido segunda en la última práctica de este día, mientras que Button se ha quedado con la tercera posición a .361 centésimas de Hamilton tras recorrer los 5.5 kilómetros del Circuito Internacional de Sepang donde se corre la segunda fecha del campeonato mundial de Formula 1 este domingo.

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fotos , Fotos Mexico , Larissa Riquelme , Maniáticos Fotos de Larissa Riquelme Este miércoles la famosa novia del Mundial cumple 27 años. Larissa Riquelme se convirtió en toda una celebridad luego del Campeonato del Mundo Sudáfrica 2010. Sus fotos enfundada en la playera de la selección paraguaya dieron la vuelta al mundo.

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Filed under: MMA El mundo de los pesados del UFC a definirse el 12 de Noviembre desde el Honda Center de Anaheim, The Ultimate Fighter Championship, en conferencia telefónica con las estrellas de la cartelera aseguró que esta pelea emulará los antiguos y buenos años del boxeo.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Chicago, Estados Unidos, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 Dallas llegó a 49 puntos y amarró su pase a la Liguilla de la MLS FC Dallas selló su clasificación a la Liguilla con un triunfo de 2-1 ante Chicago Fire a nivel de visitante. El primer triunfo de los texanos en más de un mes también dejó cerca de la eliminación oficial al Fire, quienes ahora tendrán que esperar a los resultados del fin de semana para conocer su futuro. Dallas propuso desde el comienzo del encuentro, generando opciones de gol sobre el arco de Sean Johnson.

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Emmanuel Gutiérrez | MEDIOTIEMPO Guadalajara, Jalisco, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 ‘Marigol’ indicó que el Tri femenil se concentra en la primera victoria ante Chile La Selección mexicana de futbol femenil arribó a iGuadalajara para jugar el torneo panamericano; la capitana y goleadora Maribel Domínguez dijo estar motivada por ser la líder del conjunto y afirmó que el Tri peleará para estar entre los equipos que pelean el podio en ‘La Fiesta de América’. “Hemos trabajado bastante bien, el estar en casa me motiva bastante, estamos trabajando para poder estar entre los cuatro equipos que puedan pelear medalla”, dijo Marigol. “Me motiva bastante (ser la líder), sobre todo porque tengo el apoyo de mis entrenadores, de todas las chicas, somos un equipo y sabemos lo que queremos”, agregó la ariete mexicana

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 De María celebró la exoneración de la WADA Mario Vázquez Raña, Presidente de la Organización Deportiva Panamericana, fue uno de los hombres que ayudaron a la Federación Mexicana de Futbol en la defensa de los cinco seleccionados -Ochoa, Sinha, Dueñas, Bermúdez y Rodríguez- que dieron positivo por clembuterol. El directivo de la organización Panamericana habló con los medios de la WADA para explicarles el tema y lo que México vivía en cuestión del clembuterol, así lo hizo saber Decio De María, Secretario General de la FMF

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Carlos Hurtado es mi amigo: Tena

12Oct

Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 El Tri Panamericano derrotó 2-0 a Neza en su último duelo de preparación Tras la polémica que ha envuelto al futbol mexicano y luego de las declaraciones en las que Mario Carrillo dejó entrever el manejo de la Dirección Técnica del América en manos de Carlos Hurtado, Luis Fernando Tena aseguró que el promotor es un amigo de varios años, más allá de ser su representante.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Asunción, Paraguay, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 Arrancó las Eliminatorias Mundialistas con apenas un punto en sus dos primeros partidos El defensor y Capitán paraguayo Paulo da Silva salió este miércoles en respaldo del nuevo entrenador Francisco “Chiqui” Arce, luego que la Selección arrancó las Eliminatorias Mundialistas con apenas un punto en sus dos primeros partidos. “Estamos en los comienzos de las Eliminatorias y creemos, en el plantel, que conseguiremos la clasificación porque estamos en buenas manos” “Estamos en los comienzos de las Eliminatorias y creemos, en el plantel, que conseguiremos la clasificación porque estamos en buenas manos”, dijo Da Silva antes de viajar a España para reintegrarse al Zaragoza

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Juan Manuel Terán | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 El ex federativo aceptó trabajar con un promotor para pactar partidos Señaló que el problema no está en los representantes, sino en entrenadores o directivos De la Torre negó que promotores hayan influido en el Tri Néstor de la Torre rompió el silencio para dejar en claro que durante su gestión al frente de la Dirección de Selecciones Nacionales, que incluyó la Copa del Mundo en tierras africanas, no existió nada que pudiera tomarse como la injerencia de un promotor en los trabajos de la Selección Mexicana. Sin embargo, no rechazó que los promotores vivan con soltura en el futbol mexicano gracias a “directivos o entrenadores corruptos”. Tras las declaraciones de Alejandro Burillo, Presidente del Atlante, en las que expuso que en el pasado Mundial, la mano de un promotor se había visto reflejada en el trabajo de Javier “Vasco” Aguirre, técnico del Tri en aquel entonces, el ex Director de Selecciones Nacionales -y quien cumplió un año de haber salido de ahí -, negó la aseveración y dejó en claro que en caso de que hubiera existido no lo habría permitido

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Rafael Alcivia | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 Desea estar presente dentro de cinco años en el centenario de las Águilas Cuando fue prestado al Pachuca, Francisco Hernández intentó impedirlo Logró el primer título de América en la era profesional, en la Temporada 1965-1966. Y lo hizo siendo parte de uno de los planteles con más figuras en la historia del equipo de Coapa. Arlindo dos Santos, ex atacante de las Águilas, no dudó en señalar en entrevista para Medio Tiempo que el equipo que conformó fue el más completo que jamás hayan tenido los azulcremas.

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Rafael Alcivia | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, miércoles 12 de Octubre del 2011 Las Chivas de Alberto Guerra también buscaron en algún momento sus servicios Definió los Clásicos como la historia del equipo del pueblo contra los elitistas Dudó que Michel Bauer tome las decisiones importantes con América La historia del jugador con más partidos con la camiseta del América pudo haber cambiado radicalmente, de no haber sido por seguir un llamado interno y cumplir con un sueño de toda su vida.

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Sergio Guzmán | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Estadio Corona, Torréon, Coahuila, México, martes 11 de Octubre del 2011 El portero de Brasil jugó apenas su tercer partido como titular en la Selección El portero de la Selección de Brasil, Jefferson, acaparó elogios entre la prensa de su país por la actuación que tuvo en la victoria de 2-1 sobre México, y tras el cotejo él se mostró feliz. Luego de que el experimentado Julio César tuviera que salir del equipo brasileño debido a una lesión en el muslo izquierdo, se abrió la posibilidad para que Jefferson disputara el encuentro ante el Tricolor, y se encumbró al detener la ejecución de un tiro penal por parte de Andrés Guardado.

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fútbol Mexicano México.- A consecuencia de una lesión quedó fuera el centrocampista Gerardo Torrado de la Selección Mexicana de futbol , para el encuentro del martes ante los pentacampeones de Brasil, en la cancha del estadio Corona de Torreón. La Dirección General de Selecciones Nacionales, precisó en un comunicado que el técnico José Manuel de la Torre, no convocará a nadie para sustituir el cruzazulino de 32 años. El “Chepo” de la Torre, cuenta con los centrocampistas naturales Israel Castro (Cruz Azul) y Jesús Molina (América) para atender esa posición, en el encuentro frente a los verdeamarelha

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fútbol Español La selección de futbol de España recuperó el primer lugar de la clasificación mundial de la FIFA, luego de perderla momentáneamente el mes pasado, mientras que México permanece en la casilla 20. Una victoria y un empate en los recientes partidos amistosos no fueron suficientes para que los pupilos de José Manuel de la Torre lograran avanzar en el ranking que da a conocer la Federación Internacional de Futbol Asociación (FIFA), por lo que el Tricolor no se movió del lugar 20, al tener 866 puntos. Por otra parte, España recuperó la cima de la clasificación con mil 605 puntos, seguida de Holanda (mil 571), que el mes pasado había ocupado el primer lugar

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