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Neymar scores, Brazil advances to quarterfinals at World Cup

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — It was the same old Neymar out there, looking fit and scoring a goal to move closer to Pelé’s all-time record and lead Brazil into the World Cup quarterfinals. Neymar returned from injury and converted a first-half penalty in Brazil’s 4-1 win over South Korea in the round of 16 on Monday. He reached 76 goals with the national team, one shy of the mark set by Pelé, who said he would watch the match from his hospital bed in Sao Paulo. “I was very scared,” Neymar said. “It was very difficult after getting injured like I did. I was crying the entire night. My family knows what I had to go through. But in the end it all worked out. It was worth the effort to keep undergoing physiotherapy.” The 82-year-old Pelé is recovering from a respiratory infection that was aggravated by COVID-19, leaving fans in Brazil and in Qatar worried about his condition. Neymar carried a banner with the soccer great’s image and “Pelé” written on it after the match, and the entire team then posed behind it near midfield.
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4 Great Burger Places in Colorado

Photo byPhoto by Carles Rabada on UnsplashonUnsplash. If you live in Colorado and you love eating burgers from time to time, here is a list of four amazing burger places in Colorado that are well-known for serving absolutely delicious burgers, every day of the week.
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Canelo Alvarez 'Very Likely' To Face John Ryder In May, Hearn Says

Canelo Alvarez’s future is becoming clearer with each passing day. Matchroom Boxing head Eddie Hearn has stated that the undisputed super middleweight champion Alvarez is "very likely" to next face John Ryder in May in either the United States, United Kingdom, or Mexico, and that discussions have already begun for the potential fight with Alvarez manager and trainer Eddy Reynoso.
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You Won't Believe What the 2002 People's Choice Awards Looked Like

Trends come and go, but these red carpet looks will always be iconic. Stars like Ryan Reynolds, Lizzo, Shania Twain and more will be celebrated at the 2022 People's Choice Awards. And in celebration of the Dec. 6 ceremony, we're traveling back 20 years to revisit the best and boldest looks from the 2002 PCAs red carpet.
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Pakistan in financial emergency

Islamabad, Dec 6 (SocialNews.XYZ) The consistent depreciation of the Pakistani rupee is deepening the economic crisis in the country, said the Pakistan Business Forum (PBF). In a statement, PBF CEO Ahmad Jawad said: "Pakistan's economy continues to slump despite resumption of the much-awaited International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Programme. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar must announce a clear policy on the rupee to ease the pain of traders and to save the industries.
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South Dakota’s Noem tries to convince lawmakers on tax cut

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is trying to win over the Republican-controlled Legislature with details of her plan to enact a historic repeal of the state’s tax on groceries. But to deliver on the campaign promise, the Republican governor must convince lawmakers the state can also afford to tackle inflation and a long list of items pressing on the state’s budget. This fall, Noem made the grocery tax repeal a centerpiece of her reelection campaign. She says it would help alleviate the squeeze of inflation on household budgets. Inflation, however, also has lawmakers focused on other budget items, including helping state employees, teachers and government-funded health care workers cope with inflation.
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Germany Says Borrowing More Money to Compete With the U.S. Would Be a ‘Threat' to Europe

BRUSSELS — Germany said Europe should refrain from borrowing more money to compete with U.S. green subsidies or its competitiveness will be threatened. The EU has been vocal about its concerns over the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), saying its subsidies to North American car manufacturers breach international trade rules and threaten European businesses. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Sunday "new and additional funding at the EU level" will be needed to make European companies more competitive in the transition to a greener economy.
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3 killed in Thai railway track blast

Bangkok, Dec 6 (SocialNews.XYZ) An explosion at a railway track in Thailand's Songkhla province on Tuesday killed at least three people and injured four others, authorities said.

Wine-Scented Hand Masks

When it comes to protecting the skin from signs of aging, consumers are investing in hand care products like the Patchology Rosé Fingers Renewing Hand Mask, which provides an indulgent self-care experience. The Rosé Fingers Renewing Hand Mask fits a pampering spa experience into a pair of rose gold foil mittens so that the hands are deeply nourished with shea butter, hyaluronic acid and vitamin C-rich strawberry oil.