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July 28 2014

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Motor Racing-plenty To Talk About As F1 Takes A Break - Yahoo News

In Germany he suffered a front brake disc failure and in Hungary a fuel (visit site) leak set the car on fire before he had set a lap time in qualifying, forcing the Briton to start from the pitlane. "Whenever you have a failure on an engine or a car, you have to do a better job," said Lauda. "(Technical head) Paddy (Lowe) and (engine web directory head) read more Andy Cowell will take care of this right away on Monday. They have to fix all these problems and they will. "I'm sure we have learned lots here, especially on Lewis's engine problem, and we have to fix it. In the next races it will be fixed." IMPROVING THE SHOW Another key meeting will be between the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone and selected teams to discuss ways of boosting viewing figures and crowds in some markets. Team bosses met Ecclestone in Hungary on Saturday and a more restricted group is set to gather again during the break to discuss ideas. One senior team source said champions Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari and Force India would attend and Ecclestone had also suggested the involvement of controversial former Renault team boss Flavio Briatore.
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July 24 2014

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London Critics Fall For 'shakespeare In Love' - Yahoo News

"I saw it rather like a musical, but the numbers were the Shakespearean verse," Hall said after Wednesday's opening night at London's Noel Coward Theatre. The result is a play peppered with Shakespearean in-jokes, designed to make audience members who were paying attention in high-school English classes feel satisfyingly clever. Bateman and Briggs-Owen are hugely appealing in the central roles, played onscreen by Joseph Fiennes and Gwyneth Paltrow. Briggs-Owen, in particular, has a loose-limbed charm reminiscent of the heroines of 1930s screwball comedies. There's sterling work from the whole cast under Declan Donnellan's direction, including David Oakes as Shakespeare's friend and rival Christopher Marlowe, Paul Chahidi as impresario Philip Henslowe and Colin Ryan as a creepy, violence-loving lad who may be the future of entertainment. Live musicians and Elizabethan-y song and dance contribute to an entertaining evening that wears lightly its insights about the fine line between comedy and tragedy. In the play, Shakespeare sets out to write a crowd-pleaser titled "Romeo and Ethel the Pirate's Daughter." What audiences want, Henslowe tells him, is "love and a bit with a dog." The work-in-progress becomes the tragedy "Romeo and Juliet," and "Shakespeare in Love" ends on a bittersweet note internet of love and loss. But there is a dog.
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July 17 2014

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Tv Review: Usa's 'rush,' 'satisfaction' | Boston Herald

Heck, even this one the name is meant to signal the guy's an adrenaline junkie, as if the audience couldn't figure that out without additional cues. As for "Satisfaction," it's hard to know exactly where to begin, which is interesting from a narrative perspective and challenging from a marketing one. Neil Truman (Matt Passmore) is a successful businessman with a beautiful wife, Grace (Stephanie Szostak), and a teenage daughter. But he's also bored and miserable, lamenting in voiceover that, after 18 years of marriage, "I need to start figuring out what the hell is wrong with me." Neil is equally blase about work, and he starts the change-your-life process by having what amounts to a "Jerry Maguire" moment at the office -- except nobody takes his outburst seriously. A subsequent flare-up aboard Kim Kardashian a delayed business flight, however, leads to a canceled trip and a surprise at home, one that takes the series and central relationship in unexpected directions, including a new line of work. Written by Sean Jablonski ("Suits," "Nip/Tuck"), the extended premiere shifts its point of view -- allowing the audience to see things from the wife's perspective as well -- so that it's not just Truman's show. The desperation behind the beautiful hedges and lawns lends an ersatz "American Beauty"-like tone, including the daughter's not-so-veiled hostility toward authority. Thematically, the show shares certain themes with "Married," an FX comedy that by happenstance premieres in the same hour and also deals with the struggles of what "happily ever after" really means. Where that road goes in this case remains unclear, but for now -- unlike the easily diagnosed "Rush" -- this companion series warrants further monitoring.
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July 15 2014

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Sec Media Days Notebook: Mississippi State | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo Sports

That's when the schedule becomes daunting. Mississippi State won just three SEC games last season and two of the teams they beat had losing records. In Mullens tenure, the Bulldogs have never beaten view website Alabama, LSU or Texas A&M (though its only been two seasons) and have only beaten Auburn once. So, a major step forward for this program would be taking down one of those powers and becoming a formidable for in the West Division. What we have to do is follow through with it and live up to what we want, Mullen said. Playing in the SEC West, the most competitive conference in all of college football, look at the depth and quality of the teams that are on our side of the league just alone to get to that championship game, is unbelievable. So for us to do that, we're going to have to have a pretty special year. But I think we have some special guys that can make that happen. Dak Prescott , the next big thing If Mississippi State is going to have a breakout season, its going to start with the play of junior quarterback Dak Prescott.
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Space Station Shipment Launched From Virginia | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times

Its destination, the space station, was soaring 260 miles above Australia when the Cygnus took flight. The unmanned capsule should arrive there Wednesday. This newest Cygnus contains more than 3,000 pounds of supplies, much of it food. Also on board: mini-satellites, science samples, equipment and experimental exercise clothes. NASA said the new type of clothing is resistant to bacteria and odor buildup. So the astronauts won't smell as much during their two hours of daily workout in orbit and they'll fitness require fewer clothing changes. NASA is paying for the delivery service.
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July 12 2014

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Australia's Central Bank Governor Urges Fiscal Restraint - Yahoo News

Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Australia's central bank http://millerpnny.skyrock.com governor urges fiscal restraint 14 hours ago View gallery visit the website . Australia's central bank governor Glenn Stevens Saturday urged politicians to work together to address the growing gap between fiscal spending and revenue, as the government battles to push through massive budget cuts. In a rare newspaper interview, Stevens told The Australian "financial markets might not be so forgiving as they are now" if the country did not start to manage its budget "in a measured way".
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July 05 2014

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Sauber Sets Dubious Record In Austria, Longest It?s Started A Season Without Points | Motorsportstalk

Its failure to score points at reference the Austrian Grand Prix Sunday etched the 2014 campaign in the record books for all the wrong reasons: it marks the longest stretch of races to start a season the .. [read more] team has had without scoring a single World Championship point. Thisis for a team that started in 1993, and managed to score points in its first ever Grand Prix. Austria was the eighth round of the season. Thelongest it had taken Sauber to score points in the past was the seventh round of the visit site 2010 season, when Kamui Kobayashi broke through for a 10th-place finish in the Turkish Grand Prix. That year saw the team barely back on the grid as Sauber regained control of the team from BMW, which had pulled out at the end of 2009. On Sunday, Esteban Gutierrezs first Austrian Grand Prix ended with him last car running in 19th, following a pit stop error where his right rear wheel was left unattached. That earned him a 10-spot grid penalty for the next round at Silverstone. A less eventful race saw Adrian Sutil in 13th, but still shy of the points.
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June 28 2014

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Kompany Uncertain To Make Us Game At World Cup

backlinks Group H: Belgium Caivano, AP Group F: Argentina's Gonzalo Higuain jumps for the ball against Nigeria. Marko Djurica, Reuters Group C: Ivory Coast's Geoffroy Serey Die reacts to a penalty conceded by teammate Giovanni Sio against Greece. Paul Hanna, Reuters Group C: Greece's Giorgios Samaras (top) consoles Ivory Coast goalkeeper Boubacar Barry after the match. Paul Hanna, Reuters Group C: Ivory Coast's Geoffroy Serey Die is comforted by a team member after being defeated by Greece. Eeddie Keogh, Reuters Group C: Greece's Giorgios Samaras celebrates his game-winning goal against the Ivory Coast. Paul Hanna, Reuters Group C: Greece players swarm Giorgios Samaras after he scored the game-winning penalty against the Ivory Coast. Mike Blake, Reuters Group C: Ivory Coast's Didier Drogba (11) celebrates with Wilfried Bony after Bony's goal against Greece. Bernat Armangue, AP Group C: Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez celebrates after scoring Colombia's fourth goal against Japan. Toshifumi Kitamura, AFP/Getty Images Group C: Japan's Shinji Okazaki heads the ball to score against Colombia. Felipe Dana, AP Group C: Japan's Shinji Okazaki second from right, celebrates with teammate Japan's Maya Yoshida against Colombia. Felipe Dana, AP Group C: Colombia forward Jackson Martinez, right, scores past Japan goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima. Shuji Kajiyama, AP Group C: Colombia's Jackson Martinez celebrates after scoring his side's second goal against Japan. Felipe Dana, AP Group C: Colombia midfielder Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, middle, celebrates his goal against Japan. Shuji Kajiyama, AP Group D: Uruguay's Gaston Ramirez holds back Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini who was trying to show the referee that he was bitten by Luis Suarez. Winslow Townson, http://marlenwann.fotopages.com/?entry=10818349 USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Jun 24, 2014; Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, BRAZIL; Uruguay forward Luis Suarez (9) reacts to being stopped on a close in shot during the second half of their 1-0 win over Italy in a 2014 World Cup game at Estadio das Dunas. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Winslow Townson Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Group D: Italy manager Cesare Prandelli grabs Italy midfielder Claudio Marchisio after he was issued a red card against Uruguay. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay's Diego Godin kisses his jersey after scoring the game-winning goal against Italy. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay defender Diego Godin celebrates after scoring the winning goal against Italy. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Ialy's Giorgio Chiellini shows his shoulder after being bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez. Tony Gentile, Reuters Group D: Referee Marco Rodriguez of Mexico issues a red card to Italy midfielder Claudio Marchisio. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay defender Diego Godin (3) is upended by Italy's Ciro Immobile. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay's Martin Caceres battles for the ball with Italy's Ciro Immobile. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera punches the ball away against Italy. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Uruguay's Luis Suarez goes to pop a baloon on the field during the game against Italy. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group D: Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas makes a save against England. Ben Stanstall, AFP/Getty Images Group D: England goalkeeper Ben Foster leaps to catch the ball against Costa Rica. Odd Andersen, AFP/Getty Images Group D: England's Wayne Rooney fights for the ball with Costa Rica's Roy Miller. Damir Sagolk, Reuters Group D: Costa Rica's Celso Borges fights for the ball with England's Gary Cahill. Michael Sohn, AP Group D: England's Frank Lampard controls the ball against Junior Diaz of Costa Rica. Jeff Gross, Getty Images Group D: England's Daniel Sturridge reacts after missing a chance against Costa Rica. Lazlo Balogh, Reuters Group D: Costa Rica's goalkeeper Keilor Navas makes a save against England. Leonhard Foeger, Reuters Group D: England's Adam Lallana (20) is shown the yellow card by referee Djamel Haimoudi against Costa Rica. Leonhard Foeger, Reuters Group A: Mexico's Rafa Marquez (4) celebrates his goal against Croatia. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Mexico's Javier Hernandez celebrates his goal with teammate Miguel Layun. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Mexico defender Hector Moreno (15) tries to keep Croatia midfielder Ivan Perisic (4) away from the ball. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Rafa Marquez celebrates his goal against Croatia. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Mexico's Andres Guardado takes the ball away from fallen Croatia defender Vedran Corluka (5) as Mexico forward Giovani Dos Santos (10) looks on. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Croatia goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa (1) slides out to make a save against Mexico. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Mexico's Oribe Peralta reacts in the first half of the win against Croatia. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group A: Brazil's Neymar leaps in the air to celebrate after scoring his side's second goal against Cameroon. Bernat Armangue, AP Group A: Brazil's Fred scores his side's third goal against Cameroon. Christophe Ena, AP Group A: Brazil's Neymar celebrates after scoring against Cameroon. Francois Xavier Mariet, AFP/Getty Images Group A: Brazil's midfielder Fernandinho celebrates after scoring against Cameroon. Pierre-Philippe Marcou, AFP/Getty Images Group A: Brazil's players celebrate after beating Cameroon. Pedro Ugarte, AFP/Getty Images Group A: Brazil's players celebrate their fourth goal against Cameroon. David Gray, Reuters Group B: Netherlands' Memphis Depay, left, looks to the ball after scoring his side's second goal against Chile. Wong Maye-E, AP Group B: Arjen Robben and Memphis Depay celebrate after taking a 2-0 lead against Chile. Thanassis Stavrakis, AP Group B: Netherlands defender Ron Vlaar fights for the ball with Chile's Alexis Sanchez. Damien Meyer, AFP/Getty Images Group B: Arjen Robben vies for the ball with Chile's Gonzalo Jara. Gabriel Bouys. AFP/Getty Images Group B: Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen makes a save on an attack by Chile's Alexis Sanchez. Kirsty Wigglesworth, AP Group B: Chile's Alexis Sanchez and Netherlands' Nigel de Jong battle for the ball. Thanassis Stavrakis, AP Group B: more Spain's David Villa is embraced by teammate Juanfran during the game against Australia. Antonio Lacerda, EPA Group B: David Villa scores the game's opening goal against Australia. William West, AFP/Getty Images Group B: Spain's Fernando Torres scores his team's second goal against Australia. Lluis Gene, AFP/Getty Images Group B: Spain's Santi Cazorla fights for the ball with Australia's Matt McKay. William West, AFP/Getty Images Group B: Spain's Juan Mata scores between the legs of Australia goalkeeper Mathew Ryan. Amr Abdallah Dalsh, Reuters Group B: Spain's Cesc Fabregas takes a corner kick against Australia. Henry Romero, Reuters Group G: U.S. midfielder Jermaine Jones makes a tackle on Portugal's Joao Moutinho. Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports Group G: Jermaine Jones and teammates celebrate his goal against Portugal. Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Group G: U.S. players celebrate Clint Dempsey's goal against Portugal. 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June 25 2014

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Germany Ups New Green Energy Surcharge On Industry To Meet Eu Rules | Reuters

But Berlin indicated it would resist EU demands to exempt imported electricity from internet an energy surcharge. Christian Democrat deputy parliamentary floor leader Michael Fuchs said Chancellor Angela Merkel would have to intervene with Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on the issue. "Our happiness with the European Commission's behavior in the last few days has been limited," said Social Democrat deputy parliamentary floor leader Hubertus Heil. Germany had until Tuesday to bring its green energy reforms into line with the bloc's competition laws, including requirements to make heavy industry pay a surcharge for power they produce at their own plants. The Bundestag is due to vote on the law on Friday after parliamentary groups approve it later on Tuesday. German industry cannot apply for billions of euros of exemptions from the green energy surcharge if Berlin misses the deadline. visit the site So far energy-intensive industries have been exempt from the surcharge, or have enjoyed large discounts, something they say they need to remain competitive.
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Usa Torments Portugal To 2-2 Draw, Now Face Germany At World Cup - National Soccer | Examiner.com

Soccer Another caution for Jones during group stage through quarterfinals would result in one-game suspension. Players with only one caution through the conclusion of the quarterfinal stage have that card cleared from his record heading into the semifinals. Game action Klinsmann's 4-5-1 http://terryxuyt.vip-blog.com starting line-up versus Portugal featured goalkeeper Tim Howard and the same back line from the Ghana match: left back DaMarcus Beasley, right back Fabian Johnson and center backs Geoff Cameron and Matt Besler. The USA's midfield included holding midfielders Jones and Kyle Beckerman, with Graham Zusi on the left, Alejandro Bedoya on the right and Michael Bradley in the center. Dempsey played Kim Kardashian up front and wore the captain's armband. Bradley's performance improved from his surprisingly sloppy game against Ghana, but still was not up to his usual excellence. Nani put Portugal ahead 1-0 with an unassisted goal in just the 5th minute, when defender Geoff Cameron failed to clear the ball. But the deficit seemed to strengthen the United States' resolve and tactical precision, who increasingly threatened Portugal's back line and stymied Ronaldo's attacking attempts. Jones equalized for the USA url in the 64th minute with a blazing 27-yard shot into the side netting past Portugal goalkeeper Beto.
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June 24 2014

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Transformers' Premiere A First For Hollywood - Jun. 20, 2014

transformers premiere "They shut it down for us. They wouldn't do that in America. " Paramount is clearly trying to avoid pitfalls that have tripped up other American action movies in China. Movies in theaters also on Netflix? While "Iron Man 3" did well at the Chinese box office, it was criticized for special scenes that read this were only added in China. Some Chinese fans felt they were artificial, or even pandering to the Chinese audience. Skyfall was heavily edited by government visit censors. view site...
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June 22 2014

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Is Dailyburn The Netflix Of Workout Videos? :: Tech :: Features :: Paste

dailyburn.jpg With the proper motivation, its an ideal environment for keeping a workout interesting. Beyond that though, the app is pretty bare-bones, especially for the subscription cost. Theres no option to company website bring in external data (such as nutrition, or your routine by way of other apps), which cripples its use as a catch all for exercising. Fortunately, the company also has a more holistic health-monitoring app called DailyBurn Tracker that can be used in tandem with the DailyBurn workout videos. With subscription pay models really taking center stage, it really makes sense for workout videos to go the way of Netflix and Spotify. But DailyBurn isnt meant to be just a neutral streaming platformthey produce their own high quality videos with their own trainers and hosts.
Full story: http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2014/06/is-dailyburn-the-netflix-of-workout-videos.html

June 16 2014

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Sport - France Hope To Break With Past In Face-off With Honduras - France 24

visit src='http://i.imgur.com/sunBNxR.gif' width='200px' style='float:left;padding:5px' /> A semi-finalist four years ago, Uruguay had an upset 3-1 loss to Costa Rica on Saturday. The difficulty of the first game also comes into it, with the different levels of preparation, Deschamps said. Brazils first match wasnt easy against Croatia, either, and ours wont be easy. Young team Only a small group remains from Frances 2010 World Cup squad. Deschamps has freshened things up with some young faces but they have limited international experience and, crucially, have never been exposed to pressure of this intensity. Injuries that ruled Franck Ribery and No. 2 goalkeeper Steve Mandanda out of the squad means only fullbacks Bacary Sagna and Patrice Evra, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and winger Mathieu Valbuena with any experience from the 2010 World Cup. However, Valbuenas contribution was a fleeting substitutes appearance. One of Frances brightest prospects is 21-year-old midfielder Paul Pogba, while 23-year-old winger Antoine Griezmann is pushing for a starting place on the left wing.
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Japan Kills 30 Minke Whales In ?research? Campaign Following Intl Court Ban

http://riduu0.livejournal.com/7486.html [?IMG] Japan has been conducting whaling research in three areas tapes the Antarctic Ocean, off the coast of the northwestern Pacific Ocean, and along the coast of the northwestern Pacific. The latter two are not as widely known as the Antarctic hunt and were not specifically mentioned in the court ruling. Japanese whaling is a centuries old tradition which dates back to the 12th century. The Japanese whaling fleet departs twice a year. During the North Pacific campaign, whalers can kill up to 200 minke whales, 50 Brydes, 100 sei whales, and 10 sperm whales, according to the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Japan has hunted whales under a loophole in a 1986 global moratorium that allowed it to conduct lethal research on the mammals. Meat from the whales usually ends up in food markets. Tokyo said it intends to prove that the whale population is large enough to sustain commercial hunting.
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June 12 2014

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Belgium: World Cup 2014 Team Guide | Football | Theguardian.com

Eden Hazard The coach Marc Wilmots may not have been the publics No1 choice to replace Georges Leekens but two years on and his popularity could not be higher and he has just signed a four-year extension. The 45 year old, who as a player scored five goals across three World Cup finals and dabbled in politics before returning to football, has provided a supremely talented group with direction and discipline. His word is iron. Stop talking nonsense was his blunt message to Kevin Mirallas after the Everton winger suggested the 19-year-old Manchester best site United winger Adnan Januzaj shouldnt go to Brazil. Tactics Forget beer, waffles and chocolate, these days Belgium is more famous for exporting footballing talent sites such as Benteke (injured and out of the finals), Witsel and Courtois. A slight exaggeration, perhaps but this is no really Les Diables Rouges golden generation.
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Belgium: World Cup 2014 Team Guide | Football | Theguardian.com

Eden Hazard The coach Marc Wilmots may not have been the publics No1 choice to replace Georges Leekens but two years on and his popularity could not be higher and he has just signed a four-year extension. The 45 year old, who as a player scored five goals across three World Cup finals and dabbled in politics before returning to football, has provided a supremely talented group with direction and discipline. His word is iron. Stop talking nonsense was his blunt message to Kevin Mirallas after the Everton winger suggested the 19-year-old Manchester best site United winger Adnan Januzaj shouldnt go to Brazil. Tactics Forget beer, waffles and chocolate, these days Belgium is more famous for exporting footballing talent sites such as Benteke (injured and out of the finals), Witsel and Courtois. A slight exaggeration, perhaps but this is no really Les Diables Rouges golden generation.
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June 09 2014

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Austria: Imam Alleged To Recruit Islamic Fighters - Abc News

PHOTO: Meet the Man Behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouchhttp://hiramzfur.centerblog.net State prosecutor Hansjoerg Bacher says the best site 41-year old man is believed to have persuaded at least eight young men to join a radical Islamic group fighting the regime in Syria. Bacher said Wednesday that four are believed to have died in Syrian fighting. He couldn't confirm a report by the weekly Profil magazine that two others are missing. Bacher declined to identify the suspect in line with Austrian confidentiality laws. Profil said the men recruited by the Chechnya-born suspect joined the al-Qaida-linked insurgency al-Nusra Front. Austria's federal police say that 10 of the approximately 80 Austrian residents who have gone to fight in Syria have died there.
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Austria: Imam Alleged To Recruit Islamic Fighters - Abc News

PHOTO: Meet the Man Behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouchhttp://hiramzfur.centerblog.net State prosecutor Hansjoerg Bacher says the best site 41-year old man is believed to have persuaded at least eight young men to join a radical Islamic group fighting the regime in Syria. Bacher said Wednesday that four are believed to have died in Syrian fighting. He couldn't confirm a report by the weekly Profil magazine that two others are missing. Bacher declined to identify the suspect in line with Austrian confidentiality laws. Profil said the men recruited by the Chechnya-born suspect joined the al-Qaida-linked insurgency al-Nusra Front. Austria's federal police say that 10 of the approximately 80 Austrian residents who have gone to fight in Syria have died there.
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Austria: Imam Alleged To Recruit Islamic Fighters - Abc News

PHOTO: Meet the Man Behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouchhttp://hiramzfur.centerblog.net State prosecutor Hansjoerg Bacher says the best site 41-year old man is believed to have persuaded at least eight young men to join a radical Islamic group fighting the regime in Syria. Bacher said Wednesday that four are believed to have died in Syrian fighting. He couldn't confirm a report by the weekly Profil magazine that two others are missing. Bacher declined to identify the suspect in line with Austrian confidentiality laws. Profil said the men recruited by the Chechnya-born suspect joined the al-Qaida-linked insurgency al-Nusra Front. Austria's federal police say that 10 of the approximately 80 Austrian residents who have gone to fight in Syria have died there.
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June 08 2014

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Ex-wife Of 'dukes Of Hazzard' Star Chip Mayer On Struggles Of Being Christian In Hollywood | Fox News

I thought it was just recreation and I constantly encouraged him to stop and he would always tell me it was the last time, and I had no reason to believe it wasn't going to be the last time, but it never turned out that way. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Mayers ex-husband, the now deceased Christopher Chip Mayer, played Vance Duke on the 80s classic The Dukes of Hazzard. Even during the prime of his career, Shauna Mayer said her ex struggled with alcohol and substance abuse. I eventually said if you don't clean up your act, I'm going to leave, Mayer recalled. He cleaned up his act and I took him to church and he got savedand fell crazy in love with Jesus and we began to serve Jesus together and it was really a wonderful thing to happen. But Mayer didnt stay clean for long, and his wife decided to leave him after 20 years of marriage. I stayed [with Chip] because latest news I loved God and I made a commitment to God when I entered into marriage with my husband and I really believed that Chip would finally be delivered and set free from all of the bondages and I wanted to be the conduit to that to stay and pray and believe to learn more that he would get healed and delivered. Mayer said her rocky marriage wasnt the only cross she had to bear in Hollywood. When she first moved to California, she quickly landed her first leading role, only to turn it down when she discovered the part required her to take off her shirt. When I first moved hereI got the lead in a movie and I was very excited about , she said. I started reading the script and I realized the lead in the film, was supposed to go a park with a bunch of her friends and slide down the slide while ripping off my clothes and my top and I was absolutely appalled. Mayer, now a minister, returned the script to the director as removing her top went against her Christian beliefs. There are certain body parts called private parts and I want to keep those private parts, not public parts.
Full story: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/05/30/ex-wife-dukes-hazzard-star-chip-mayer-on-struggles-being-christian-in-hollywood/

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