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月归档:六月 2014

Chile too hot for Aussies in Cuiaba

CUIABA Brazil (Reuters) – Chile got the victory they needed if they are to have any chance of progressing from a daunting Group B when they held off a strong Australian fightback to emerge 3-1 winners in another open and entertaining World Cup clash on Friday. Alexis Sanchez put Chile ahead fr …

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Ruthless Dutch rip shell-shocked Spain to shreds

SALVADOR Brazil (Reuters) – A rampant Netherlands team inflicted a heaviest World Cup defeat on holders Spain in over 60 years with a dazzling 5-1 demolition on Friday that sent shockwaves through the tournament. The Dutch were nothing but brutal in a tetchy 1-0 final defeat by the Spaniards f …

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World Cup 2014: Preview – Spain vs Netherlands

SPAIN vs NETHERLANDS Arena Fonte Nova will witness one of the most anticipated matches for the 2014 World Cup. It’s a repeat of the 2010 World Cup final. Defending champions Spain is set to face Netherlands in what promises to be an explosive game. Wesley Sneijder said he can’t forget the pain in 20 …

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Thai junta says curfew lifted nationwide

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s military government lifted a curfew nationwide on Friday, citing the absence of any violence and the need to support the country’s tourism sector. “As the situation has improved and there have been no incidents that can lead to violence … …

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World Cup 2014 today in pictures

THE World Cup 2014 has finally arrived. Here are some pictures to kick start the month-long fever. Brazilian and Croatian fans watch the Group A opening football match betweenBrazil and Croatia at Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo,

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Teens among four charged with rape

KOTA BARU: Two men and two juveniles were charged in the Sessions and magistrate’s courts here respectively with gang raping two girls, aged 15 and 17, last month. The two men pleaded not guilty yesterday to two counts of gang rape. Che Azuan Che Hassan, 32, and Muhmed Azroel Hassan, 23, are accused …

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Immigration to update systems

SEPANG: The Immigration Department is upgrading its various systems to detect cases of fake identities at entry points. Measures to be implemented include a facial recognition system to detect impersonators and installing passport scanners to read embedded security chips in foreign passports. Home M …

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