• Temer viaja a China horas después de ser confirmado como presidente

    Con ese resultado Rousseff no fue inhabilitada políticamente, debido a que no se obtuvieron los dos tercios (54 votos) necesarios de apoyo para la aprobación de la medida. Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador y Nicaragua, que integran la Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (Alba), tacharon la destitución de golpe de Estado .

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic to have more days off than other Manchester United players

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic to have more days off than other Manchester United players

    That apparently earned him the ire of manager Jose Mourinho , but the German spent transfer deadline day in his homeland where he played the final game of his global career in an emotional 2-0 friendly victory over Finland last night. Creating space for a new right back, however, has proved more problematic. But between now and then is a set of global fixtures, a prospect that is concerning Mourinho.

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  • Dallas Cowboys hoping Dak Prescott becomes the next Tom Brady

    With how bad the Cowboys looked without Romo last season, it is understandable if Dallas wants to have him for as many games as possible. Enough is enough, time to throw in the towel! Thanks to a rule change this year, teams can bring one player back from injured reserve without the advanced designation required in previous years, but that move can't happen until after the cut to 53 players.

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  • Henrik Stenson to play through pain at Deutsche Bank Championship

    Henrik Stenson to play through pain at Deutsche Bank Championship

    The Swede, 40, had an MRI scan to assess the extent of the damage and it revealed that he has suffered a tear to the meniscus. "I had the MRI report on Monday and it's the same one I had operated in December past year", Stenson said. It's been a long summer, lots of golf'. He is fine. It (his withdrawal) was purely precautionary. Stenson was second in the Deutsche Bank Championship a year ago and won it in 2013 on his way to the overall FedEx Cup title and a USD11.4million payday.

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  • UFC 202: Conor McGregor Defeats Nate Diaz

    The future for Diaz is a little less clear. While both fighters were in impressive shape, neither could find the killer edge as they tussled over five intense and breathless rounds of mixed martial arts action. Which mean Diaz will have to either sit idle or take another fight over the next year. And bantamweight prospect Cody Garbrandt notched his fifth UFC win with a devastating first-round knockout over veteran Japanese fighter Takeya Mizugaki.

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  • Río 2016: Alemania enfrentará a Brasil en la final de fútbol

    Río 2016: Alemania enfrentará a Brasil en la final de fútbol

    El seleccionado africano derrotó a Honduras por 3 a 2 en Belo Horizonte , en el encuentro por el tercer puesto de los Juegos Olímpicos y se hizo con la medalla de bronce. Brasil y Alemania hicieron hoy un gran partido, digno de una final por el oro olímpico , inédito para ambas selecciones y el empate tras los 120 minutos de juego sólo demostró este equilibrio.

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  • Willett shoots 65 to open European Masters title defense

    Willett shoots 65 to open European Masters title defense

    Masters victor and defending champion Danny Willett, who will contest his first Ryder Cup this month, and Andrew "Beef" Johnston are among nine players who are just one stroke off the pace. Havret's day started in auspicious fashion with a bogey at the first, but that proved the only blot on his scorecard as the Frenchman went seven under through the last 14 holes - including a run of three birdies between the sixth and eighth holes.

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  • North Korea executed top official - Seoul

    North Korea executed top official - Seoul

    As CNN reports , " executions are widely considered a political tool for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to consolidate his hold on power". Experts say that North Korean officials are frequently sent for re-education, a process that can sometimes be seen as "corporate training" with some emerging from re-education with higher office while others are demoted.

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  • Pakistan wins toss, elects to bat in 4th ODI against England

    It will have the live coverage on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD TV channels. There is no place for Hampshire's James Vince or any call-up yet for promising batsman Ben Duckett, but Ben Stokes is among those returning - following his injuries this summer - for what is set to be his first global in the sprint format since he was hit for four successive sixes in England's ICC World Twenty20 final defeat against West Indies last spring.

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  • Afriyie Acquah hails Torino for capturing Joe Hart on loan

    After an off-season of heavy spending under new coach Pep Guardiola, City sent Joe Hart, Wilfried Bony, Samir Nasri, Eliaquim Mangala and Jason Denayer out on loan for the rest of the season. The England national team recently let the player leave camp so he could travel to Italy to undergo a medical. Hart was made captain for City's Champions League play-off game against Steaua Bucharest last week and bade an emotional farewell to the club's supporters.

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  • Pulido fue presentado en Chivas; utilizará el '9'

    Por otra parte, Jorge Vergara se dijo consciente de que si Alan Pulido hace bien las cosas en Chivas , puede atraer nuevamente reflectores de equipos de Europa y que de existir algún interés en el atacante mexicano, el 'Rebaño' no pondrían ninguna traba para dejar salir a Pulido de la institución.

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  • Farage addresses Trump supporters

    British MP and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has turned into quite the asset for Donald Trump in his bid to upset Hillary Clinton for the White House. "In fact, Farage has appeared regularly on Russian propaganda programmes", she said. Donald Trump , the Republican candidate for US President, is trying to channel a bit of unexpected anti-establishment success off the UK's vote to leave the European Union.

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  • Sox Lose On An Error In Extras!

    Sox Lose On An Error In Extras!

    Thursday's Red Sox starter Drew Pomeranz has won his last two starts but is just 2-2 with a 4.23 ERA in seven starts since being acquired from the San Diego Padres last month. On Saturday against the Rangers, Odorizzi pitched six innings, allowing one run, six hits and one walk with four strikeouts in an 8-2 Rays win . " I think everybody in the ballpark knew that that ball was leaving ".

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  • Rusia organizará competición paralela a Juegos Paralímpicos

    Rusia organizará competición paralela a Juegos Paralímpicos

    Esto se intercala con imágenes de triunfos de atletas paralímpicos brasileños en Juegos anteriores. En el videoclip aparece junto a Jhama y Pablo Luiz interpretando la canción " Yo soy del mundo, un vencedor ". "Yo estaré animando desde la grada", mencionó el crack brasileño. La atleta antioqueña Maritza Arango fue la nominada por la Federación de Deportes de Limitados Visuales, Fedeliv; el nadador santandereano Moisés Fuentes fue postulado por la Federación Colombiana de Deportes para ...

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  • Giants' Moore loses no-hitter with two outs in ninth

    He made a face and slapped a wall when informed that it would've been the first by a Giant against the Dodgers since Rube Marquard in 1915. Giants (69-57): San Francisco returns to the comfy confines of AT&T Park where they will open a three-game series with the Atlanta Braves.

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  • Chelsea FC bring back David Luiz for £30m from Paris Saint-Germain

    Chelsea FC bring back David Luiz for £30m from Paris Saint-Germain

    While Chelsea sold the 29-year-old for around 50 million pounds ($84 million in 2014), the London club has re-signed him on a three-year contract for about 20 million pounds ($26 million) less. Mangala, 25, endured a miserable two-year spell with City following his £32 million move from Porto and many of his 64 appearances were marred by costly errors.

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  • Hostile reception in Monza won't change Verstappen's tactics

    Hostile reception in Monza won't change Verstappen's tactics

    Verstappen stood by his belief that he has no reason to change his tactics unless the stewards declared his driving beyond the rules. In defending his position, Verstappen has been accused of holding station in the middle of the track before dramatically changing his line.

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  • Williams sisters play back-to-back in Ashe at rainy US Open

    If Williams wins her 23rd title in September, the game will receive another level for players to try. Perhaps more importantly, what was her state of mind entering the season's final Grand Slam at Arthur Ashe Stadium? Snapchat has released its first multi-level game on the app and it features Serena Williams , a tennis superstar who has won 22 major titles in her career and will be going for her 23rd win on September 10.

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  • Coventry loan in Newcastle defender

    Coventry loan in Newcastle defender

    The 20-year-old made his Premier League bow in their 5-1 victory against Tottenham on the final day of last season, replacing Moussa Sissoko for a six minute cameo. Mowbray said: "I'm pleased to add another defender to the ranks as we welcome Jamie Sterry to the club". There were no out-goings at the Ricoh Arena despite rumoured interest in defender Jordan Willis.

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  • Jimmy Butler a gold medalist as U.S. men's basketball team tops Serbia

    Jimmy Butler a gold medalist as U.S. men's basketball team tops Serbia

    Team USA came out firing in the second half, led by Kevin Durant . By halftime, the USA had extended their lead to 23 points. Anthony tallied seven points, seven rebounds, two assists and a steal in the game. They went 88-1 in worldwide play under coach Mike Krzyzewski, who has said the 2016 Olympics will be his last. Durant has now scored 88 points in USA's last three gold medal games.

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  • Rio Olympics: Watch Claressa Shields in the Boxing Semifinals

    Shields, who could become the first USA boxer to win two golds since 1904, is the second member of the current team to reach a final with bantamweight Shakur Stevenson unable to win his gold medal bout on Saturday. "I'm fighting for my family, I'm fighting for my future, I'm fighting for my city - to give them some hope and faith, because it's so bad in Flint", she told ESPN .

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  • Ecuador arriesga la punta frente a Brasil, con nuevo técnico

    Tras un inicio arrollador de cuatro victorias seguidas ante Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay y Venezuela, el país andino perdió fuelle en la siguiente doble fecha, con un empate ante Paraguay en casa y la derrota ante Colombia de visita. El cotejo a 2.850 metros sobre el nivel del mar marcará el debut de Tite como técnico de la 'Verdeamarela', pues Dunga fue destituido luego de la mala campaña realizada por los brasileños en la Copa América.

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  • John Aldridge and John Arne Riise react on Twitter to Liverpool defeat

    They still look like a Europa League qualifying side to me, and Saturday brought a result that was not even befitting that status. So that's something of course. But it's not a defending problem, it's an offensive problem. For the first 30 minutes of the second half, the Reds dominated possession at close to 85% but remained unable to captitalise on any of their chances.

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  • Colombia advierte que Venezuela jugará un partido especial

    Colombia advierte que Venezuela jugará un partido especial

    Venezuela es uno de los oponentes que más suelen complicársele a Colombia . En un encuentro de la eliminatoria al Mundial de Brasil 2014 y en otro de la Copa América Chile 2015, Venezuela se impuso por 1-0 en ambas oportunidades. El técnico venezolano Dudamel , de exitoso paso por el balompié colombiano en su etapa de portero, debuta en las eliminatorias después de llevar a Venezuela a los cuartos de final en la Copa América Centenario .

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  • Rays rally on late HRs to beat Red Sox 4-3

    Mired in an 0-for-20 slump, Aaron Hill lined a tie-breaking RBI single and Jackie Bradley Jr . followed with a run-scoring double. But one game after the Red Sox blew a two-run lead in the seventh, the Rays loaded the bases against Fernando Abad in the eighth and Logan Forsythe hit a two-run single off Junichi Tazawa (3-2) to tie it.

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  • Klopp: Sturridge Will Play This Season

    By that time, Danny Rose had equalised for the hosts and Spurs looked as likely as their opponents to find a victor. "This game showed again what we can do, how we can play", Klopp continued, insisting it was not "only about pressing and things like this" although he praised his side for pressing and executing their game plan "really well".

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  • Bolivia-Perú, con urgencia de triunfo

    Bolivia-Perú, con urgencia de triunfo

    Raúl Ruidíaz será la única punta y la carta gol de la Selección Peruana. A pesar de la enorme calidad de estos jugadores, llama la atención que Hoyos eche mano de "jóvenes grandes”, como les llama". A pocas horas de iniciarse el partido entre Bolivia y Perú por las Eliminatorias Rusia 2018, en el hotel Ritz, donde se encuentra concentrada la selección peruana , ya hay movimiento.

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  • Gyasi Zardes out for season with broken foot

    Gyasi Zardes out for season with broken foot

    Zardes was expected to undergo surgery on Wednesday. The injury also knocks Zardes out of the upcoming US men's national team World Cup qualifiers Friday and Tuesday. Los Angeles plays Saturday against the Columbus Crew at StubHub Center. Midfielder Steven Gerrard and defender Jelle van Damme both left Sunday's match against Vancouver with injuries, and Zardes actually replaced Gerrard in the 31st minute before suffering his own injury early in the second half.

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