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    The thousand obstacles of Solari: Isco, the VAR, the injuries …

    Santiago Solari has spent a short time training in Segunda B to lead a Real Madrid loaded with nuances, in the middle of a season of sharp turns, potholes and mechanical problems. Not in the Dakar. The Argentine, in the middle of so much dune, tries to demonstrate personality and also imagination to adapt his […] More

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    13-year-old American escapes after 88 days at killer’s hands

    A 13-year-old girl, Jayme Closs, was hailed as a “heroine” on Friday in the United States, after her 88-day escape at the hands of a 21-year-old man who is believed to have killed her parents for remove. His alleged abductor, Jake Thomas Patterson, arrested just after the escape, will be presented Monday to a judge […] More

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    “Serious levers of influence”: how the work of Shanghai on the post of interim head of the Pentagon may affect the procurement of F-35

    Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was suspected of lobbying the interests of the Boeing corporation, in which he had worked for more than 30 years. This is reported by the American media. In particular, according to sources, and. about. Pentagon chiefs systematically and severely criticize the implementation of the fifth generation F-35 fighter development […] More

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    Failed coup attempt in Gabon

    Libreville | An attempted coup led by a handful of soldiers failed Monday in Gabon, a country whose president, who is ill, has been absent for two and a half months and where the government only keeps current affairs. For the first time in the history of Gabon, a group of soldiers appeared on Monday […] More

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    Shutdown: “We have to build the wall,” Trump insists

    Washington | US President Donald Trump hammered Sunday his will to build the wall on the border with Mexico, while the “shutdown”, partial paralysis of the federal government, has entered its third week. Insisting that he had “tremendous support” in the Republican party, Trump hinted that he would not give in on this point in […] More

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    China makes first lunar landing on the dark side of the moon

    China has achieved Thursday the unprecedented lunar landing of a craft on the far side of the moon, a world first that reinforces Beijing’s space ambitions. The Chang’e-4 exploration module, which left Earth on December 8, landed safely at 10:26 am Beijing time (02:26 GMT), the China New News Agency reported. He sent a photo […] More

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    A lion attacks and kills an employee of a zoo

    A lion from a zoo in South Carolina who escaped from his enclosure fatally attacked a 22-year-old female employee. A team was performing routine cleaning of one of the enclosures when the lion named Matthai managed to escape and returned to his pen where he attacked and killed Alexandra Black, reports ABC News. The staff […] More

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    He sends a bottle of water to the stands … and gets fined 14,000$

    Unai Emery, the manager of Arsenal, guilty of kicking a bottle of water to the spectators, was fined 8,000 pounds (nearly $ 14,000 CAN) from the English Football Federation. The FA accuses the Spanish technician of “inappropriate conduct”, he kicked a bottle of water out of spite after equalizing Brighton (1-1) at Boxing Day on […] More

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    Quebec City Airline Offers Trip to 85 of its Employees for Christmas

    An aviation company from Quebec City thanked more than 80 employees in an extravagant way for Christmas, the group flew to Cuba to spend their holiday season. “We always made surprise parties. But this year marked the inauguration of our [two] Boeing 737s and we decided to spoil them for the company’s five years, “says […] More

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