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Adlène Hicheur: Muslim Particle Physicist Haunted Again in Brazil by Media and Minister

Adlène Hicheur is another particle physicist with a research brain that can match any world scientist but his faith begs to differ. An Algerian bropught up in a working class locality in Paris, Hicheur grew up to be an excellent atomic physics scientist and landed in Geneva-based CERN before being ridden to bed with hernia-related sickness that capitulated with the ...

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Survey Reveals 68% Yet to Use Mobile-Based Financial Services

Amdocs has released the results from a new global survey around mobile financial services (MFS) which revealed that more than 68 percent of the respondents have yet to use mobile financial services, and that new innovative solutions for savings, loans, and insurance will drive the next phase of mobile financial services growth across emerging and mature markets. Conducted by analyst ...

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Copa America 2015 Semi finals: Argentina will look to leave no stones unturned against Brazil-crusher Paraguay, Preview and Prediction

Paraguay showed that they have class and consistency when they defeated Brazil in the quarter finals of Copa America – again. Like the last edition in 2011, this edition also saw both the teams pass 90 minutes with equal score line – 1-1 this year unlike a goalless draw in 2011. However, Ramon Diaz’s side executed a great penalty shootout ...

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Liverpool has the last call, signs Roberto Firmino for £29m

When it comes to summer signings, Brendan Rodgers is on a roll. Only yesterday did we report about their new 18-year-old signing from Charlton, Joe Gomez and now the list has been added with another name and arguably the best – Brazilian midfielder Roberto Firmino. “Liverpool Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Roberto Firmino from Hoffenheim, subject ...

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Copa America 2015 Quarter final fixtures: Chile has edge over Uruguay in first QF, Preview, Prediction, TV and Live Streaming

It was only a few weeks before when Copa America 2015 started. But now the South American continental cup has reached the quarter finals stage with expectantly the best eight teams left. It was a roller-coaster of a tournament already, and one might think what else is left. Well, a lot to answer honestly. Three of the biggest names in ...

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Colombia edges past Brazil, defeats them 23 years after

Thursday’s encounter between Brazil and Columbia was expected to be tight from the perspective of producing a good show but Columbia surprisingly conquered the match, leaving the five-time world champions with only two real chances that they obviously missed, conceding a 0-1 defeat. Columbia was placed third in Group C, going into Thursday’s clash against Brazil. They were not counted ...

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