Scolari Believes That There Are Eight In Brazil Favorites To Win The World

FLORIANÓPOLIS, Brazil - Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said today that in addition to Brazil, at least eight of the 32 teams that will compete in the 2014 World conditions have win the title, and especially commended Belgium. “No two or three favorites, I think at...
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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An Arizona Lawmaker Wants A “Virtual Fence”

Ensures that the system will serve to verify that the federal government keeps its promise to monitor the border. An Arizona lawmaker wants the state to invest $ 30 million in a network of high-tech surveillance near the border with Mexico. Sen. Bob Worsley said the...
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Create Alert Baggage Explosives Hidden In The Shoes Of Passengers

The measure would imply an increase in reviews Length passengers with X-ray The Department of Homeland Security United States (DHS) warned airlines about the existence of a “threat” credible bomb. According to NBC, the agency said that flights from abroad towards that...
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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A Nun Sentenced To Three Years Imprisonment Asked To Give Life Imprisonment

Nun Megan Rice, sentenced to two years and 11 months in prison. The U.S. Justice sentenced to two years and eleven months in prison for Megan Rice, a Catholic nun of 84 years who broke into a nuclear complex with two activists to protest against such weapons, local media...
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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Facebook Bought Whatsapp

Whatsapp has more than 450 million people using the service each month. In a paper published in the space devoted to the media, Facebook provides more details of the acquisition of the mobile messaging service. Indicates that paid $ 4,000 million in cash and the remaining $...
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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Obama Pose Maduro Hear Venezuelans

After finishing the Summit of North American Leaders, Obama condemned the violence in Venezuela.   President Barack Obama condemned the violence in Venezuela and requested the Government of Nicolás Maduro “address the legitimate demands” of its people, rather than...
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A Deaf Man Sues Cops Beating

Jonathan Meister was beaten unconscious by police while trying to communicate with sign language. A deaf resident of Hawthorn, south of Los Angeles, sued the Police Department, alleging that he was beaten, electrocuted and arrested by agents not allowed to use their hands to...
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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Samsung Launches Smartphone Simplified Elder

The new Core Advance is intended for use by people who are not used to this type of device. The South Korean technology giant Samsung Electronics announced the launch of a simplified model of its Galaxy line of smartphones for users of older or not used to this type of devices....
Posted On 20 Feb 2014
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