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3 hrs ago | Curbed
There's a fierce World Cup game on right now, so let's have an equally fierce Real Estate Death Match.
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7 hrs ago | Hispanically Speaking
Three people died after drinking insecticide thinking it was alcohol in a town in southwestern Bolivia, a government official reported Tuesday.
11 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
Colombia is one of the world's top producers and exporters of coffee, but two international brands are nevertheless aiming to gain a foothold in the key Latin American market.
15 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Joachim Gauck will attend the World Cup final in Brazil on Sunday to back the German side, Berlin said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a meeting of the Presidential Council on Inter-Ethnic Relations in the Kremlin July 3, 2014.
A World Cup ticket scalping case has revived a reputation FIFA tries hard to fight, and threatens to stain a tournament which has been better than critics expected.
A World Cup corporate hospitality executive suspected of involvement with a ticket-scalping ring was released from police custody early Tuesday and returned to work.
Donald Sterling, who's challenging his wife's $2 billion deal to sell the Los Angeles Clippers, was ordered to testify after he skipped the opening of the case.
Miroslav Klose scored a record-setting 16th career World Cup goal in a five-goal spurt in the first half as Brazil's defense was torn apart.
In a story about racism issues in Brazil published on June 22, The Associated Press failed to give attribution to the source for the English translation of the Portuguese terms used.
The wreck of a U.S. Air Force twin-engine plane that crashed into eastern Lake Ontario more than 60 years ago has been found in deep water off Oswego, a team of underwater explorers said Tuesday.
Outrageous crimes happen with a certain frequency in Brazil. Bank robbery by way of a tunnel painstakingly dug from a nearby building is one favorite.
A worker cleans a Samsung showroom in Seoul, South Korea. Bandits attacked a Samsung Electronics factory near Sao Paulo late on Sunday, and held workers hostage while they stole truckloads of smartphones, tablets and notebook computers.
In a much-anticipated meeting with a court-appointed mediator, Axel Kicillof reiterated his government's request that a New York judge presiding over the case extend a July 30 deadline for Argentina to pay some $1.5 billion awarded bondholders.
A senior executive with the official World Cup corporate hospitality provider was arrested Monday in the plush beachside hotel where FIFA President Sepp Blatter is staying, as part of a Brazilian police investigation into illegal ticket sales.
As World Cup travelers in Brazil flock to Rio de Janeiro for the tournament's final, many are staying in newly pacified favelas, or low-income neighborhoods.
This June 4, 2014 photo shows a $90 U.S. dollar FIFA ticket for the Spain vs. Chile World Cup game, bought by a fan on Stubhub.com, a website that connects buyers and sellers, for $775 U.S. dollars, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 07:44 pm
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