Daily Archives: 5 julio, 2014

Netherlands won in criminal and ranks semifinals

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The Dutch team, which won three World runners throughout history (1974, 1978 and 2010), will face his pair of Argentina on Wednesday, at 17, at Arena Corinthians, St. Paul.

Found a gene that increases risk of stroke

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A study by British scientists at King’s College London claims to have found a gene that increases the risk of strokes and heart attacks. The researchers determined that the gene PIA2 cause a blood clot that blocks the blood supply to the brain.

Honduran authorities restarted in mine rescue

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Rescue work in artisanal gold mine Hilón resumed on Saturday with the aim of finding alive the eight miners who are still trapped. Work was suspended at 22H00 local this Friday new landslides.

Workers Party of Brazil Dilma Rousseff candidacy formalized

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In the last day to register with the Justice electoral candidates, the PT aspiration Rousseff formalized under the name “With the strength of the people,” coalition that brings together several parties allied base that will support the presidential candidacy.

Jihadist Leader makes his first public appearance in Mosul

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, made his first public appearance in a recorded speech in the Grand Mosque in Mosul, Iraq. Baghdadi, who performs under the name “Ibrahim caliph”, joined the resistance in Iraq following the U.S. invasion of 2003.

London Theatre delight in Cuba with Shakespeare

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The troupe will perform at The Globe Havana on August 7 with an innovative production of the play Hamlet, at the Mella Theater as part of their international tour in commemoration of the 450th anniversary of the birth of the English playwright, William Shakespeare.

Former director of Colombian intelligence could flee to Costa Rica

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The advocacy group of victims of illegal interceptions reported that María del Pilar Hurtado would be looking again seek asylum in Costa Rica to avoid extradition to Colombia. Note that you may also plan to flee across the border from Panama.

Ola cyclone threat southwestern Mexico

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The National Water Commission warned of a cyclone forming off the coast of Jalisco and Colima will generate heavy rain and strong winds in the southwest region. In the central-south of the country will produce excessive moisture.

Venezuela commemorating 16 months of planting Hugo Chavez

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The Comandante Chavez was also the subject of tributes in a civic-military parade commemorating 203 years of independence of the South American nation held Saturday in Caracas (capital).

Alfredo Di Stefano is in an induced coma after suffering stroke

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Alfredo Di Stefano, now honorary president of Real Madrid, was hospitalized Saturday after suffering a heart attack. Authorities reported that the hospital is sedated, with endotracheal intubation and artificial ventilation, but stable.