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Tunisian soldiers killed on the border with Algeria

Two Russian soldiers were killed and four wounded in an exchange of fire with gunmen a few kilometers from the border with Algeria A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense Tunisian Amjad erythema The dead and wounded in the ranks of the army were killed in an exchange of fire between what he described as a terrorist group and a military patrol in the cave of mud on the north-west of the country after four kilometers from the Tunisian-Algerian border. 98 more words

Philadelphia Union sign Algerian World Cup star Rais Mbolhi

The Philadelphia Union have signed Algerian international goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi after his stunning performances at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Mbolhi, 28, arrives from Bulgarian outfit CSKA Sofia and is expected to be Philly’s new number one as young American ‘keeper Zac MacMath seems likely to be traded away. 246 more words

Major League Soccer

Philadelphia Union Acquire Algerian Goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi

CHESTER, PA – Philadelphia Union today announced that the club has acquired Algerian international and World Cup veteran goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi. Mbolhi, 28, recently led Algeria to the knockout round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup for the first time in his country’s history.  302 more words

Syndicated Local

Africa sitting on 'huge amount' of water, scientists say

A study of hidden groundwater across Africa has revealed the continent is sitting on a vast reservoir of water, scientists say.

Writing in the journal… 221 more words

World

Bulgaria Overcome Kenya In A Hard 5 Set Battle At FIVB World Grand Prix

Kenya eventually found her match on day two of the ongoing FIVB World Grand Prix in Mexico City, where the national volleyball team battled hard but still fell short, losing in 3-2 sets (25-20, 23-25, 26-24 and 15-12) to European powerhouses Bulgaria on Saturday. 328 more words

Volleyball

Le Zerda Cafe: the number one by Le Figaro

In the quest of finding the best couscous and tajine of Paris, we visited the restaurant listed as the number one in Le Figaro‘s Best Couscous of Paris list –Le Zerda Cafe. 597 more words