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noodls: (Source: MLS - Major League Soccer) During his career, Sergio Agüero has made a massive impact in every city where he's played. Consider his early days in Buenos Aires, a spell in Madrid, his current stint in Manchester City and, of course, his legendary visit...
The Washington Post: Blazing gas flares 230 feet into the night sky above Qatar’s Ras Laffan Industrial City. The 183-square-mile complex houses the world’s largest assemblage of liquefied natural gas plants and its biggest port for LNG exports. Ras Laffan chills to a...
noodls: (Source: ATP Tour Inc) MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS 2014 Monte-Carlo, MonacoDavid Ferrer joined an elite club Friday as he became just the third player in 11 years to defeat Rafael Nadal at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. In the all-Spanish contest, Ferrer...
noodls: (Source: Fed Cup) CATANDUVA, BRAZIL: With a chance to earn a place in Fed Cup by BNP ParibasWorld Group II for the first time in its history this weekend, Brazil may find its fortunes rest on the form of a 17-year-old member of the opposing...
noodls: (Source: Brown University) RSS It could also work for Mars April 18, 2014 |  MediaContact: Mark Nickel |  401-863-1638 A snapshot of ancient environmental conditions The scorching heat produced by asteroid or comet impacts can melt tons of soil...
Voa News: Daniel Schearf JINDO, SOUTH KOREA — Efforts to rescue some 270 people from a sunken passenger ferry in South Korea were hampered for a third day as hopes for survivors fades. Anxiety and anger are growing among relatives of the missing, most of them high...
noodls: (Source: Archdiocese of Sydney) CatholicCommunications, Sydney Archdiocese, 18 Apr 2014 PopeFrancis celebrated one of the most important ceremonies of the year surrounded by the sick. His Holy ThursdayMass took place at the St. Mary of ProvidenceCenter,...
noodls: (Source: ATP Tour Inc) MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS 2014 Monte-Carlo, Monaco • ELITE EIGHT: Six of the world's top 10 players will contest the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters QF for the first time since 2008. Headlining the action on Day 6 are the top four in the...
The Examiner: Literary Giant, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, March 6, 1927-April 17, 2014 Born in a small village on the northern coast of Columbia, author and poet, Gabriel Garcia Marquez died today in Mexico City. He worked as a journalist and studied law in Bogota. His writing...
Canberra Times: PopeFrancis kisses the foot of a disabled person at the Santa Maria della Provvidenza church in Rome during the Holy Thursday celebration. Photo: Reuters Vatican City: Pope Francis, starting four packed days culminating in Easter, said the Catholic Church...
Canberra Times: PERLITA NEILSON, 1933-2014 Perlita Neilson was one of the few child actresses in theatre to mature gracefully and successfully into an accomplished exponent of the classics. She came to prominence as an adult in 1956, in two West End productions - as Nina in...
The Irish Times: As with last year’s Easter celebrations, PopeFrancis yesterday chose to celebrate the Mass of Our Lord’s Supper among the marginalised. During his first Easter as pontiff last year, he visited a youth detention centre, while yesterday evening he went to the...
The Independent: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who has died of cancer aged 87, was one of the extraordinary literary phenomena of the 20th century. The son of a telegraph operator, born in a small town in provincial Colombia in 1927, he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982 and...
noodls: (Source: Widener University) Dr. Beatriz Urraca presents her new text on Argentine cinema at Libros del Balcón, a bookstore in Buenos Aires. Dr. Beatriz Urraca, associate professor of modern languages and incoming director of the Program in Gender and Women's...