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Existen muchas posibilidades para poder  Ver Venezuela vs Argentina en Internet , una de ellas son las páginas de stream en las que se pone en vivo el partido de fútbol de los cuartos de final de la Copa América Centenario . El equipo de Argentina hizo pleno, 3 juegos y 3 victorias con un total de 10 goles fabricados por tan solo 1 recibido, este fué en el juego inaugural y en tiempo de reposición por parte de la selección de Chile, así que se espera que sea un juego con mucho gol, pero enfrente tiene a la Vinotinto, un equipo que viene de recibir 1 gol en 3 partidos, este lo recibió ante México en su último partido de la ronda de Grupos, como fuere se vió sólido en defensa pero con algo de suerte, algo que necesitará y mucho si quiere competir contra Messi y compañia. Este juego Venezuela vs Argentina gratis será sin duda un bálsamo para las aficiones que esperan que se pueda conseguir muchos goles por ambos equipos

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La Eurocopa es el torneo de selecciones mas importante de Europa, ya está en marcha y los partidos se estan dando vertiginosamente, por lo que en este Online Belgica vs Irlanda vamos a ver mucho de lo que describimos máxime cuando veremos a dos equipo con necesidad de sumar de 3 para poder optar a la clasificación a la siguiente ronda. Bélgica perdió su primer encuentro ante Italia, aún así sigue siendo favorita para pasar al lado de Italia a la próxima ronda. En cambio Irlanda empató ante Suecia el primer partido, con 1 solo punto busca los 3 ante Bélgica por que luego ante Italia será un poco mas dificil conseguirlo

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In her native Dallas she’s one of the city’s most stylish entrepreneurs, and now the rest of the world is discovering Kathy Fielder. Her Design Life Style brand is a favorite of retailers from Neiman Marcus to The Horchow Collection to One Kings Lane to Rue La La. Earlier this month, the Kathy Fielder Collection for Atlantic, a ready-to-assemble home furniture line was announced, and will hit retailers nationwide in Summer 2017.

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By Kerry Fiallo | Off the Shelf I collect ghost stories. I don’t believe in ghosts–but I’ll read any and all types of haunting stories

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By Adelyn Zhou Every entrepreneur can likely relate: You wake up each morning to hundreds of unread emails, stare at a to-do list that never seems to die, and schedule meetings on a fully-booked calendar two months out. With a workload like this, every minute is essential. That’s why I constantly invest time in finding ways to automate the more mundane aspects of work

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Secretary of State John Kerry reaffirmed the US commitment to addressing global climate change here at the UN climate conference in Marrakech, Morocco. Marrakech serves as host city for the 22nd Conference of Parties ( COP22 ) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change ( UNFCCC ). The world must now wait to see if the incoming Trump administration will honor those commitments, or if the US will become a rogue nation that denies the very existence of climate change as a hoax “created by and for the Chinese to make US manufacturing less competitive.” Once inaugurated, Trump will stand as THE ONLY head-of-state who denies the science of climate change.

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Stress is a condition that can happen to anyone. Although it is a part of everyone’s life, it does not mean that it should go unchecked. If your stress levels are not under control then you expose yourself to adverse health challenges It was identified to cause psychological and physical problems

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The aftermath of a divorce can be expensive and is an experience that is dreaded by most couples. While lovers try their best to save their marriages, sometimes divorce is the only logical conclusion. And things get hotter when there are huge amounts of wealth that need to be split.

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It’s no secret that we’re bombarded with bothersome headlines more often than pleasant ones.

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In November 1983, The Pointer Sisters released their most successful album, Break Out , which spawned four Top Ten singles, won two Grammy Awards, and sold three million copies. One of its hits, The Neutron Dance , prominently featured in Beverly Hills Cop , peaked at #6 on Billboard’s Hot 100, #4 in Australia, and #1 in Canada

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Japanese Eating Italian Food Abruzzo in Japan, authentic Italy in the heart of Tokyo. We all know that Italy undoubtedly is on top of the list of most travelers’ wishes and Italian cuisine is appreciated all over the world.

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It was the American people’s intervention that prevented the annihilation of Trump.

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At first glance, it is easy to dismiss poker as a silly game that middle-aged men play at their weekly guy’s night to one-up each other and earn some treasured cash winnings. However, first appearances can be deceiving.

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Saluting our Sisters After Service

11Nov

By Paula Broadwell and Erika Cashin. On Veterans Day, our nation celebrates the less than 1% of our population who have served in the greatest military in the world. Of the 21.9 million veterans, 2.2 million are women.

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This piece is co-authored by Jens Ole Hansen, Global Market Director, Ramboll Energy How can you accelerate implementation of the Paris Climate Accord? That is the common theme of the side events at Cop22 Climate Conference in Morocco right now

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The Reality Show We Thought Would Never Air

10Nov

Make America Great Again, the new American reality show, is now officially set to debut in January 2017. Donald Trump has now landed the leading role, as Commander-in-Chief

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By: Lara San Gil and Julie Kervadec Years ago I met my best friend, Julie, whilst studying for a Master in International Marketing in Madrid. Towards the end of the programme, Julie and I took part in a competition for L’Oréal, making it through as finalist. Although we did not win the competition, the great prize we got was that we realized of how well we worked together and of the complimentary skills we had

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Kate Frucher Kate Frucher is Co-Founder and CEO of Imprint , a “many-to-one” communications platform with a mission is to use social technology to spark acts of kindness and real human connection.

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Good news, friends: we’re almost done with the worst of the 2016 political shenanigans. But the fat lady hasn’t sung yet. What do you do when you can’t turn on any form of media without being smacked by slinging mud?

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Menopause has been known to wallop a big gut-punch to our libidos. Vaginal dryness comes as part of the menopausal package and the result is that we often would rather spend the night Netflixing without the chill . But in the interest of rediscovering our libidos, HuffPost50 turned to the experts for suggestions on the best toys for spicing up our sex lives.

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The recently-published Arab News/YouGov US Election MENA poll reveals interesting findings regarding the hearts and minds of Arabs living in the Middle East and North Africa with regards to the ongoing race to the White House First, it tells us that — like most people around the world — the media plays a vital role in shaping our opinions. As such, with all the negative press the Republican candidate Donald Trump has been getting worldwide, it wasn’t really a surprise that he scored so poorly when it comes to popularity, with only 9 percent of respondents saying they would vote for him if they had the opportunity.

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Making Art In The Internet Age (4)

04Nov

Works in the exhibition #INSTALARITY by Alonsa Guevara, Marc Trujillo, and Justin Tecson.

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Idolatry And The U.S. Climate Change Divide

04Nov

Photo credit: Pixabay In his book The Dynamics of Faith Paul Tillich famously defines one’s object of faith as that for which one is willing to sacrifice everything. Some people sacrifice friends and family for money or fame.

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Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlog Almost exactly 20 years ago, President Bill Clinton signed into law a bill creating an interstate agreement for emergency management. That inconspicuous law has opened the door for the current flood of out-of-state law enforcement agents  present at the continuing protests against the  Dakota Access Pipeline  (DAPL) in North Dakota.

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Let me re-introduce the Ferrari Testarossa

30Oct

We’re in 2016 and we start our grim mid-week morning in a Ferrari that transports us back to 1985, the year that marked the arrival of the Ferrari Testarossa Monospecchio. Testarossa, which means red head in italian, was the name given to the car because it’s engine featured two red coloured rocker covers

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Surprise!

29Oct

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Donald Trump: Faded Diva or Aging Lothario?

29Oct

For the past eighteen months, political pundits have been struggling to get a fix on the personality of Donald Trump, without much success. Their problem is that they live in the world of politics, where power and influence are the ultimate commodity.

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There Go The Neighbor-hoods!

29Oct

This is a scary Halloween story from long ago involving a bunch of kids known as.. ..the Little Neckers. Right about now a chill will be running down your spine if you’re gray at the temples and you grew up where I did on the edge of Queens, in a sweet neighborhood called Douglaston

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People who suffer from chronic urinary tract infections may want to put down the cranberry juice. The once-promising cranberry treatment is looking less and less like an alternative cure-all for UTIs, and more like a folk tale. A recent randomized controlled trial, the highest standard of scientific evidence, found that people who took cranberry capsules didn’t protect themselves from a urinary tract infection any more than people who took placebo pills. This is disappointing for the scientists urgently looking for new cures for this common infection. While antibiotics can cure UTIs, overuse can create antibiotic resistance in bacteria that cause the infection, leading to hard-to-treat illnesses.

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Laugh It Out

28Oct

My mom died last week. It was saddest day of my life.

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This weekend, Hindus all over the world will celebrate Diwali, the Indian New Year signifying the triumph of good over evil. Also this weekend, Bollywood action star Ajay Devgn will celebrate the release of his most ambitious project to date – “Shivaay” – a film in which he has a triple role..

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In the Ending…

28Oct

According to the bi-annual study by the London Zoological Society and the World Wildlife Fund, global wildlife populations have declined by 58% since 1970.  Freshwater environments, lakes and streams and their surroundings, says the report, are the most grievously damaged, with on average 81% of their 1970-level non-human animal life now missing. Methodological critiques of the report – deeming its authors to have mashed vast and variegated data excessively into too few signal numbers – abound. But no serious biologist denies that we are in the midst of an enormous extinction event.  “Event” is the proper term, although not all mass extinctions happen with one great bang, of the Asteroid-Dinosaur variety.  For perspective, the rebounding of new life after a mass extinction takes millions of years.  On that scale, the demise happening right now all around us is horrifically sudden

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Are We Fracking Away Our Health?

27Oct

I’m a native of Montana, raised on a ranch that’s on the edge of the highly productive Bakken Formation oil field. The idyllic countryside where I rode horseback with my dad and brother to round up cattle for branding has been dramatically altered by that oil development.

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Social Resilience and Emergency Preparedness

27Oct

This article series is from Prepared Neighborhoods , my soon-to-be-published book about mutual aid among citizens before, during and after a natural disaster.

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Ever Feel Like A Fake? Here’s How To Fix It

27Oct

This article first appeared on QuietRev.com “And now,” said the man, “it’s the moment of truth. You have proven yourself to be quite valuable

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Where There Is No Vision There Is No Business

26Oct

How can you make success happen if you can’t envision it? Small business ideas are just that ideas

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Donald Trump regularly tells his supporters that the election has been rigged against him, and on Monday he accused Hillary Clinton ’s campaign of utilizing a “ voter suppression technique ” that involved manipulating polls. (Politifact rated his claim  “pants on fire” false .)  But with early voting now underway in several states, the real-world effects of actual (and very consequential) voter suppression have begun to bubble up.

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Liz Lee, Senior Strategist, Gyro While B2B brands may observe the success of Broad City Emojis and see how Red Bull can dominate on Snapchat , they struggle to see the takeaways that can help them communicate their own brand value to the new class of millennial business decision makers. One place to start taking cues is by looking at employer branding and recruitment. Unsurprisingly, the first line of research into the way millennials make decisions in the workplace comes from those who are in charge of attracting and retaining them.

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One of the several types of signs that can be found on subways, in airports, and in public places in the United States, urging civilians to “report suspicious activity.” Photo courtesy of Mass.Gov Last July, just four days after the attacks on Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, I was about to leave Boston Logan Airport for a trip overseas with a layover in Istanbul. With the recent airport attack and the host of attacks that had occurred over the preceding months, I was a bit uneasy and a lot more aware of my surroundings. While waiting for my flight at Logan Airport, I kept hearing announcements about a security awareness program called SAFE (Security Awareness for Everyone), which urges passengers to report any suspicious behavior.

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So we had the final presidential debate this week, and Donald Trump went right on being Donald Trump, which should have surprised precisely no one by now. Our subtitle today, of course, refers to the two most amusing (or horrifying, take your pick…) things Trump said during the debate. Since then, both “bad hombres” and “nasty women” are trending online

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My Favorite Father & Son Movies 

21Oct

And how they helped me become a better parent. I spent those early impressionable years being emotionally available in a world where all other boys seemed to be emotionally stunted.

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The Ferrari that we all crave

20Oct

It was 1985 when an Italian industrialist decided to create the most magnificent hypercar that the world has seen.

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Creaky knees don’t have to be your destiny, says Jordan Metzl, MD, a sports medicine physician at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and author of The Exercise Cure . Minimize wear and tear on joints and tendons by strengthening the surrounding muscles: “Your body is like one long kinetic chain—every joint and muscle impacts how the surrounding parts move,” Metzl says. Fortify these vulnerable places: 1

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How the Optimist Grieves

17Oct

I have always considered myself to be an incurable optimist. Incurable, because no matter when bad things happen, I tend to look on the bright side by default.

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Dead Pilots Society Epi2: Only Child One of soundcasting’s new scripted series features scripts not intended for the medium.

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How To Spend 11.5 Hours In Dallas.

15Oct

Yeap, just that, not twelve hours, not a whole entire day – but just a few hours in passing through the megapolis of Texas. Done with JFK

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The 1,300 cop city council (which they will forever be known as) yesterday proposed changes to New York’s wildly abusive treatment of street vendors. Since 1983, there the city has capped the number of permits required to legally sell on the street.

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7 Steps to Planning a Staycation

03Oct

More than half of American workers left unused vacation days in 2015, and you know why you should cash in on your PTO days . You have hard earned Paid Time Off (PTO) days piling up at work, you’re feeling burnt out, and you deserve a break… so take the stress out of planning a vacation and schedule your staycation today! Staycations are wonderful because you don’t have to plan them far in advance, worry about getting a good hotel deal or booking a flight that fits in your price range

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Still reeling from the mammoth Ring cycles it produced in the spring, Washington National Opera opened its 2016-17 season last week with an uneven, unjaded, if not unenjoyable, performance of Mozart ‘s The Marriage of Figaro that just couldn’t turn separate “jinx” from the desired “hijinks.” Certainly there were no real nadirs to the performance, but it just didn’t gel. This is certainly owing in some part to James Gaffigan ‘s uninspired, indelicate conducting that made Mozart’s quicksilver opera – one that unfolds over the course of a single day – seem episodic and lumpy.

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Lest you think that Life in the Boomer Lane is beating you over the head with her enthusiasm for One Day U, you are absolutely correct. She attended her second One Day U yesterday

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Photographer: Barbara Nitke I believe it’s safe to say that all married women have fantasized, at least once, about having sex with another partner during their healthy, happy, and loving marriage. Her fantasy may be a secret affair with a celebrity, someone at the office, or perhaps just a sexy and willing figment of her imagination. Most women never act on these (normal, healthy) impulses, but some couples do — in a totally consensual way

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“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter,” the great Winston Churchill once said. This statement has been proven yet again by the US Congress acting on behalf of the American people and overriding President Obama’s veto of JASTA. However, while an educated voter would examine details prior to deciding how to vote, most of us are victims of self-serving politicians and behavior which may not serve the people’s interest, despite attractive and convincing names.

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I wish I could speak with ironclad certainty about the right of fiction writers to portray anyone, from any culture, in any way we wish. In her opening address at the Brisbane Writers Festival, Lionel Shriver, a celebrated U.S. author, adamantly took that stance.

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Vladimir Putin (r) shakes hands with Simon Grigorievich Kukes in 2000 at the signing of an agreement between Tyumen Oil, which Kukes then headed, and the U.S. ExIm Bank. (Photo: Kremlin.ru ) By: Ashley Balcerzak Donald Trump has an interesting relationship with Russia, to say the least

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How You Can Join The Breast Health Challenge

21Sep

It’s almost October again: Breast Cancer Awareness Month! As an 11-year breast cancer survivor, I don’t really need to be reminded that breast cancer exists. However, I’m always interested in ways I can work proactively to prevent its recurrence and in information that can prevent others from ever having to face this frightening disease

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Reader Left Out writes, I was wondering if you have some advice about being excluded from a group that used to invite you to their parties (or in general about exclusion situations). We live in a neighborhood where several families (about 7-9) get together and have parties (most of our kids are around the same age too and go to the local school together). I’ve kinda figured out that several of them get together more frequently and are more close knit which is ok.

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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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Diego Costa no es precisamente conocido por ser un futbolista limpio o bien intencionado, ojala West Ham busque el castigo correspondiente a la entrada del futbolista de Chelsea, a nada de romperle la pierna, terrible.

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When you look, what do you see?

13Ago

My friend and colleague, Mark Goblowsky recently started an amazing project, his Podcast, Strength Through Struggle . He has interviewed some great people and I was honored and fortunate enough to be interviewed this week. More..

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I am always pleasantly surprised that Fidelio (1814), Ludwig van Beethoven ‘s only opera and one that some consider a slog, runs less than three hours with one intermission. And I was even more pleasantly surprised at the sensational performance it was given at Caramoor last Sunday which was easily the most exciting, enjoyable concert I have seen come from the Venetian Theater. More…

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No, really, says Michelle Dockery, there is kinship between Lady Mary Crawley, whom she played on Downton Abbey , and Letty Raines, whom she plays on TNT’s upcoming Good Behavior. More..

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A young girl finds an unlikely and uplifting friendship with an adorable monkey in this charming, light-hearted film.

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How to Create a Great Customer Experience

27Jul

By Cathy Butler, SVP, Digital Products & Services, DigitasLBi More…

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Someone is always taking my headphones. No matter where I leave them, they disappear. Headphones can’t leave on their own

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Inicia la Euro! Los romanos iniciaron el partido con todo, estuvieron muy cerca de abrir el marcador pero no fueron capaces de anotar dentro del área chica, el balón reboto en la humanidad de Hugo Lloris . Los franceses igualaron la intensidad de los balcánicos y con su mejor futbol empezaron a tener mejores oportunidades pero el arquero Tatarusanu de Romania estuvo muy acertado en sus intervenciones Acertado hasta el segundo tiempo cuando al minuto 57 fue de manera muy tibia a cortar un centro al límite del área chica, ahí estaba Oliver Giroud quien ya había ganado la posición y no fallo en su remate de cabeza para poner la pelota en la red por primera vez en la Euro 2016 Poco les duro el gusto, Romania empezó a empujar las líneas y encontró un penalti que Stancu mando al fondo de las redes para empatar el partido

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Albania cae ante Suiza

13Jul

Albania cae ante suiza Cronica fotos y videos en leer más: Partido muy disputado el celebrado en el estadio Bollaert-Delelis en Lens, suizos y albanos cerraron la actividad de la primera jornada en el grupo A Apenas a los 5 minutos del partido un error del arquero Etrit Berisha en un tiro de esquina provoco el gol suizo, el arquero fallo en su salida para intentar cortar el centro y Fabian Schar anoto de cabeza ante un marco sin defensa alguna. Los suizos, que son un equipo muy defensivo, vieron el gol como regalo de navidad y se dedicaron a cuidarlo, Albania empezó a empujar y mostro que tenía un mejor futbol en sus pies Para su mala fortuna el arquero suizo Yann Sommer dio un partidazo, tapo todo, incluidos dos mano a mano y fue imposible vulnerar su meta. links Segunda amarilla  

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El club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente confirma la compra del mediocampista argentino. Ignacio Malcorra proviene del club atlético unión tiene 28 años y juega como medio por izquierda, tiene como característica su habilidad para los tiros libres

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Clic para leer la crónica y ver el resumen Y realmente les salió barato, los rusos fueron un equipo muy limitado, muy básico, predecible incluso. Recuperar la pelota, buscar alguna salida clara, de lo contrario a los centrales y entonces ahí el balonazo a Dzyuba , quien peleo todas y gano bastantes

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Detalle curioso, los penales entre italianos y alemanes se tiraron en la portería que tenía a los aficionados italianos de fondo, lo extraño?

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Las calles de Marsella se volvieron un campo de batalla desde la llegada de los ingleses, la policía francesa ha tenido que utilizar gas lacrimógeno y un cañón de agua para calmar a los ingleses sin mucho éxito Hoy, antes durante y después del partido los ánimos siguieron muy caldeados entre ingleses y rusos, se dieron en las inmediaciones del estadio e inclusive dentro del mismo al finalizar el partido. Aquí te dejamos las imágenes para que tú juzgues: Russians piling into English fans here

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Galeria Argentina vs Chile

20Jun

Uno de mis fotógrafos preferidos es Douglas Zimmerman, viajero al lado de la selección de estados unidos y en la copa américa nos ofrece una de sus galerías para el partido entre Argentina vs Chile Puedes disfrutar de sus imagenes en el siguiente link

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Art et catastrophes

07Jun

Les images de Paris submergé et les mesures immédiates mises en place par le Louvre et le Musée d’Orsay pour protéger leurs collections d’œuvres d’art ont montré le lien très clair existant entre la réduction des risques de catastrophes et la conservation du patrimoine. Combien de fois voyons-nous les mots « art » et « catastrophe » dans la même phrase

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Feel the Bern Corn Salsa

05Jun

It’s not over until the fat lady sings and this fat lady is feeling the Bern.

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