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Così Rafa, che aveva capito cosa stava succedendo, senza chiedere il permesso al giudice , interrompe la partita per aiutare la donna a ritrovare la figlia. La bambina era in lacrime, grazie al gesto del campione è stata subito notata e la madre l'ha raggiunta immediatamente. Pochi secondi e a poca distanza la bambina viene trovata e la madre la va a prendere, abbracciandola e consolandola.
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    Cagliari, Bruno Alves: "Cristiano Ronaldo mi ha detto di venire qui"

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    Oltre a Cristiano, però, mi hanno colpito il progettto del presidente Giullini e la carica di Rastelli . Il Poetto di Cagliari mi ricorda Pòvoa da Varzim, in Costa Verde , la mia città natale. Un commento anche su un altro compagno di nazionale che gioca in Italia , ovvero Joao Mario approdato quest'anno all'Inter di Frank De Boer: " E' un campione eccezionale, che ha tecnica e testa, una pedina decisiva per i nerazzurri ".
  • Cagliari - Crotone, le probabili formazioni

    Cagliari - Crotone, le probabili formazioni

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    Gli isolani sono reduci dalla vittoria sulla Sampdoria grazie al gol di Melchiorri (che partirà dalla panchina) e alla grande complicità di Viviano. In difesa Pisacane e Murru sugli esterni, con Bruno Alves e Ceppitelli in mezzo. Joao Pedro sarà il trequartista dietro la coppia d'attacco Sau-Borriello.
  • Donald Trump Attacks Alicia Machado, Calls Ex-Miss Universe 'Disgusting'

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    And on the campaign trail in Novi, Michigan, he was also lashing out over money. In an extraordinary clash that took an already bitter presidential contest down into the gutter, Donald Trump today urged voters to check out an alleged "sex tape" of a former Miss Universe who backs Hillary Clinton, provoking the Democrat to fire back that he is "unhinged".
  • Chelsea Handler Just Hosted the Best Interview with 'Ann Coulter'

    Chelsea Handler Just Hosted the Best Interview with 'Ann Coulter'

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    Oh, no. I'm sorry. Coulter was scheduled to be a guest on Chelsea on Sept. 28 (episode available to stream on Friday, Sept. 30) but on the morning of the taping Coulter emailed that she was sick and could no longer attend. Quipped Handler, "It's hard to get through the piece of s--t!" The interview turned into an all out attack on Coulter and her book. During and after the roast, Coulter was heavily criticized for not laughing at herself, only promoting her book and rejecting ...
  • Orioles down Blue Jays to bolster playoff pursuit

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    Courtesy of a 4-0 win in Toronto on Thursday, the Orioles are in a tie with the Blue Jays, who would host the wild-card game between the two teams if they ended up in a tie. Either way, you play the 162 games, and you wait for the truth about a team be revealed. "We're going to try and keep it going as long as we can". Josh Bell hit a sacrifice fly for the Pirates.
  • Congress Already Apprehensive Over 9/11 Saudi Measure

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    Acutely partisan and all but dysfunctional, Congress has completed its most elementary task after an intense weekslong struggle, finalizing a deal to fund the government just days ahead of a shutdown deadline. U.S. District Judge George B. Daniels in NY, who's presiding over those cases, has determined that victim's estates are due $2 million each for pain and suffering, plus 3.44 times that amount in punitive damages for a total of $8.88 million per person.
  • Hillary Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in USA presidential race

    Hillary Clinton leads Trump by 5 points in USA presidential race

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    National opinion polls have differed this year in how they measure support for Ms. Clinton and Mr. Trump. In New Hampshire, a WBUR-FM poll had Clinton 9 points ahead of Trump with likely voters in a two-way race, 47%-38%. And for Trump, 31 percent found him to be honest and trustworthy, while 62 percent of likely voters did not. The Suffolk University fielded the poll from September 27-29 and comes with a +/- 4.4 percent margin of error.