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Lionel Messi’s true feelings on reaching 1000 career games in 2022 World Cup

Lionel Messi is now among a few elite players to ever suit up in 1000 career games for club and country, and sure enough, even the Argentine maestro couldn’t believe he would achieve the incredible feat. The 35-year-old talisman recorded his 1000th career game during the World Cup Round of 16 when they played Australia. […] The post Lionel Messi’s true feelings on reaching 1000 career games in 2022 World Cup appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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Christine Vachon, Lav Diaz Join Rotterdam Film Festival Jury, Indian Cinema Program Revealed

The International Film Festival Rotterdam has unveiled its competition juries for its 52nd edition. U.S. producer Christine Vachon, whose credits include “Boys Don’t Cry,” “Far From Heaven” and “Carol,” and Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz, who won Venice’s Golden Lion for “The Woman Who Left,” are among the Tiger Competition jurors. The first titles in the Short and Mid-Length strand have been revealed as well as a program that looks at the socio-political development of India over the past 30 years. Festival director Vanja Kaludjercic said the announcements are “testament of the broadening and deepening of our program, from the delights of...
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Root for your World Cup team at these watch parties in Miami

In Miami's melting pot, the World Cup is a local event.What's happening: The tournament is down to the quarterfinals, with eight nations now competing for the world soccer title. If you want to root for your team with your compatriots, here are some spots where you can catch the upcoming matches. Brazil vs. Croatia (Friday, 10am): Brazilian fans can head to the restaurant Boteco in Miami (916 NE 79th St.) to cheer on Neymar and company with drink specials, TVs and projectors. Croatia fans can visit Rakija Lounge in South Beach (1131 Collins Ave.) to enjoy traditional Balkan food...
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Phys.org

Argentine ants will do anything for sugar, but they won't do this

It might seem like common sense that a starving animal is more likely to take dangerous risks to obtain food than one with a full belly. But new research from UCLA shows that groups of Argentine ants, who forage boldly when they're well fed, exercise far more caution when they've been deprived of carbohydrates and the risks from competitors are high.
CALIFORNIA STATE
La Prensa Latina

Puebla Group convenes meeting in support of Argentine vice president

CST17:53 (GMT) -0500. The meeting will take place next Monday at the Kirchner Cultural Center and will include the participation of the Vice President, the head of State Alberto Fernández, former presidents Evo Morales (Bolivia), Rafael Correa (Ecuador), Pepe Mujica (Uruguay), José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero (Spain), and Ernesto Samper (Colombia).
glasgowtimes.co.uk

'He looks fake' - St Mirren's Keanu Baccus on facing Lionel Messi

When Keanu Baccus faced-up against Lionel Messi he wasn’t sure whether his opponent was even real. The St Mirren central midfielder couldn’t decide whether to stand in awe of the creative maestro, check for a pulse in the ‘waxwork-like’ playmaker or take a step back with legions of noisy Argentinian fans watching his every move inside the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. In the end, Baccus settled for giving Messi a bit of a kicking.
SoccerAmerica.com

Argentina-Netherlands: Novice Scaloni looks to outwit master Van Gaal

Argentina's Lionel Scaloni is the youngest coach at this World Cup, but the 44-year-old intends to prove his relative inexperience is no obstacle against Louis van Gaal and the Netherlands in Friday's quarter-final. Having witnessed first-hand Argentina's World Cup campaign unravel in 2018 as the assistant to Jorge Sampaoli, Scaloni...
La Prensa Latina

ALBA-TCP expresses support, solidarity to Cristina Fernandez

CST17:32 (GMT) -0500. We express our solidarity and support to @CFKArgentina, pretending to silence the changing leaderships is a serious action that harms democracy and the peoples of Our America, the ALBA-TCP Executive Secretary Sacha Llorenti posted on Twitter. On Tuesday, the Oral Federal Court 2 imposed a six-year imprisonment...
goal.com

James Rodriguez: The Colombian sensation who made his Madrid dream come true

James Rodriguez burst onto the global stage in electrifying fashion at the 2014 World Cup, earning a transfer to Real Madrid in the process. The more casual of football fans knew little of James Rodriguez prior to the 2014 World Cup. But that tournament in Brazil changed everything. James had...
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C29 Metals retains key consultants as it advances projects in South America’s Lithium Triangle

© Reuters. C29 Metals retains key consultants as it advances projects in South America’s Lithium Triangle. C29 Metals Ltd (ASX:C29) has retained two key consultants who provide lithium, geological and in-country expertise as the company advances lithium brine projects in the Argentine section of South America’s prolific Lithium Triangle.
celebrity.land

Thalia on New LP ‘Valiente,’ Embracing Girl Power, Growing Up Famous – Rolling Stone

For the vast majority of her time on Earth, Thalía has navigated the public gaze with ease and grace. The former child prodigy first garnered global fame in the Eighties as a vocalist in Timbiriche, a teen pop supergroup that also produced internationally acclaimed stars like Paulina Rubio. In the following decade, Thalía solidified her rep as the Queen of Telenovelas for her wildly successful lead roles in timeless Mexican soap operas like Marimar, María la del Barrio, and María Mercedes. Meanwhile, her singing career skyrocketed, and songs like 1995’s “Piel Morena” and 1997’s “Amor a la Mexicana” became all-time Latin pop anthems. In 2018 she added another jewel to her crown with her fourteenth studio album, Valiente, which means “brave” in Spanish.
recentzone.com

Researchers in Argentina have discovered fossilized dinosaur eggs that contained embryos from about 70 million years ago.

Argentine scientists have discovered fossilized dinosaur eggs with embryos inside, dating back about 70 million years in the southern province of Neuquen. The Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Buenos Aires quoted on April 13, the director in charge of cultural heritage of Neuquen province, Claudia Della Negra, saying that the fossils mentioned above are similar to fossil eggs found earlier in the province. another part of this province. Currently, archaeologists are studying the embryo, teeth and skin of this fossilized dinosaur egg.
247newsaroundtheworld.com

Strictly Come Dancing announces contestants will be doing TWO dances in semi-final

Strictly Come Dancing has announced that its double dances week for the semi-final this weekend. The official Instagram account also revealed what the five couples will be dancing to as they each try to secure a place in the final. Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu will be doing an American...
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