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Turkish Fans Boo Paris Victims, Chant "Allahu Akbar"

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Shock video illustrates the fact that Islam is the problem. Turkish fans booed victims of the Paris attack and chanted “Allahu Akbar” during a minute’s silence, illustrating once again how “radical” Islam isn’t the problem, Islam is the problem period. Source  Read More »

Chuck Blazer admits to accepting bribes at FIFA in 1998, 2010 World Cups

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A former senior FIFA official, Chuck Blazer, claimed he and others took bribes in exchange for supporting World Cup candidate countries in 1998 and 2010, an unsealed paper says. South Africa has denied paying any bribes. French reaction is pending. The 40-page transcript of a secret court session was published online on Wednesday, revealing more details surrounding Blazer’s 2013 guilty plea to charges... 

FIFA-linked arrests are US attempt to thwart Blatter re-election

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The FIFA-linked arrests on the eve of the re-election of the organization’s chief are an obvious attempt to thwart Sepp Blatter’s re-appointment, Vladimir Putin said, answering journalists’ questions. He added it’s another example of US meddling abroad. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the US could be selfishly motivated for its own gain, as was the case with Edward Snowden and Julian... 

FIFA case: Is US stepping over the line?

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Sounding supportive of an international probe into FIFA corruption, Russia accuses the US of applying its laws “beyond its borders.” Moscow reacted to the detention of a number of FIFA officials over corruption after its reports swept the media earlier on Wednesday. Alexander Lukashevich, a spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry, wrote a commentary on the official website in which... 

FIFA slammed over migrant workers abuse in Qatar

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A prominent campaigning group has criticized soccer’s international governing body FIFA for its inaction over the plight of migrant construction workers in Qatar who are busy preparing venues for the 2022 World Cup in the Persian Gulf state. The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), the world’s largest trade union federation, urged FIFA sponsors, including Coca-Cola, Visa and McDonald’s,... 

Elderly men who exercise for 30 minutes a day can extend their lifespan by 5 years

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In the UK, people are advised to do 150 minutes of moderate activity such as gardening, dancing, cycling or brisk walking, or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise including playing sport, running or aerobics every week. Elderly men who exercise for just half an hour on most days of the week can extend their lifespan by around five years, a new study has found. The research suggests that older men who boost... 

Doha detains German reporters investigating FIFA World Cup

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Journalists from Germany’s biggest television networks were reportedly detained, questioned and not allowed to leave Qatar for days while working on a story about FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Doha’s vexed nomination for the 2022 football World Cup. Reporter from ARD German TV Florian Bauer tweeted that all of his, as well as colleagues’, materials for ARD and WDR networks have been erased... 

How to sculpt your body with the help of protein

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Do you like to exercise heavily? Do you like to work out? Do you want to look good on the beach? Do you want to burn some more calories? Do you want to sculpt your body? If yes, then you should understand that your workout plan will work only in combination with a proper diet and persistence, Pravda.Ru reports. Protein is a natural food supplement that our body requires daily, and it is more valuable... 

Australia wins Asian Cup for first time

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Australian players celebrate winning the AFC Asian Cup 2015 in Sydney’s Stadium Australia, January 31, 2015. Australian national soccer team wins the final match of the Asian cup 2015, clinching the continental title for the first time ever. In final minutes of the first extra time period, a decisive goal from Belgium-based James Troisi gave the Socceroos a 2-1 lead over South Korea in Stadium... 

Arabs want Australia out of Asian football

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Arab countries in the Persian Gulf have urged the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to dismiss Australia whose presence in the body since 2006 has not gone in their favor. AFC chief Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa said Thursday that not only Arabs, but other football confederations in West Asia are no longer happy with Australia’s presence in the AFC because they can’t defeat it. Salman... 

America Now a Nation of Proles Obsessed With Super Bowl

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Proles upset over Seahawks’ bad play calling while ignoring greater evils committed by Obama. Americans are more outraged over Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll’s play calling during the Super Bowl than they are about President Obama, revealing that America is now a nation of “proles” obsessed with football, beer and gambling, just as the novel 1984 predicted. Twitter exploded in debate this... 

Students Banned From Chanting 'USA' at High School Basketball Game

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Students banned from chanting at all sporting events. High school students from Idalou, Texas were accused of racism Tuesday after chanting “USA!” at a girls’ basketball game in nearby Slaton. Fans of the Idalou Wildcats, who reportedly began the chant after the Slaton Tigers were defeated, were labeled racist due to Slaton school district’s large Hispanic population. Speaking with Fox 34... 

Physical inactivity twice deadlier than obesity, study shows

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Inactivity kills more than obesity. A new major study says exercise is beneficial for people of any age, warning that physical inactivity could kill twice as many people as obesity. A 12-year study of more than 300,000 European people, who had an average age of around 50, suggests that about 676,000 deaths each year were attributed to physical inactivity, compared with 337,000 associated to obesity. The... 

‘See Something, Say Something’ Promotional Items Handed Out at NFL Games

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Homeland Security mouse pads tell football fans to report “unusual” activity. The Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” campaign is giving out free promotional mouse pads at NFL games that urge attendees to watch their fellow Americans for “unusual behavior.” Most recently handed out at a Baltimore Ravens game, the mouse pads, developed by Securetransit.org,... 

Regular physical activity curbs depression risk

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Researchers suggest that those people who do regular physical activity can benefit fewer depressive symptoms. Doing exercise three times a week decreases the odds of being depressed by approximately 16%, says the study conducted by the researchers of University College London. They illustrated a two-way relationship between depression and physical activity, indicating lower depression risk for people... 
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