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No generosity from Neymar as he denies Cavani chance to become PSG's top scorer
Neymar risked reigniting his spot-kick spat with Edinson Cavani by denying the centre-forward the chance to become Paris Saint-Germain's all-time leading scorer on Wednesday. Uruguay striker Cavani moved level with Zlatan Ibrahimovic on 156 goals by nodding in PSG's third from Angel Di Maria's cross
Did the Earthquakes solve defensive issues with this signing?
SAN JOSE - The Earthquakes have found a potential answer to a defensive vacuum with the signing of Yeferson Quintana, a 21-year-old center back from Uruguay. San Jose acquired the 6-foot-4 defender on a season-long loan with an option to buy, the team announced Wednesday, two days ahead of the Major
South Africa name strong and experienced squad for Australasian legs of the HSBC World Sevens Series
Dylan Sage and Stedman Gans have been recalled to the Springbok Sevens squad for the next two tournaments in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, in Sydney, Australia next weekend and in Hamilton, New Zealand a week later Dylan Sage and Stedman Gans have been recalled to the Springbok Sevens squad fo
VIDEO: Cavani equals Ibrahimovic record with 156th strike for PSG
Edinson Cavani has equalled Zlatan Ibrahimovic's record of 156 goals for Paris Saint-Germain in all competitions. The Uruguay international headed in an Angel Di Maria cross during the first half of PSG's Ligue 1 tie against Dijon on Wednesday evening, giving Unai Emery's side a 3-0 lead following a
NAHS Chorus Concert, "The American Experience: Uruguay"
North Andover Music Association Three North Andover High School choral ensembles will perform a special concert under the direction of ICEP Conducting Fellow Rodrigo Faguaga of Montevideo, Uruguay as part of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) international Conductors Exchange Program (
Warren Gatland snaps up English top-flight rugby's leading try scorer then warns Wales mean business in Six Nations
Warren Gatland welcomed English rugby's top try scorer into his Wales squad then backed his team to cause a Six Nations shock. Gatland swooped for Adams after the young Worcester wing, who leads the Premiership charts with nine tries, scored his eighth in seven games last weekend. The Swansea-born w
UANA Swimming Cup Brings Youth From All Over Americas
Photo Courtesy: Sarah Crocker With more than 550 swimmers from 27 countries converging for one meet in Florida, the Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) Swimming Cup will have one of the biggest international age group meets in the country. The first edition of the UANA Swimming Cup will be held in Co
Argentines try to understand why the pope won't return home
Pope Francis has flown over the massive Andes cordillera, visited the poor in several slums and rubbed shoulders with presidents in six visits to Latin America. But in five years as pope, he has never returned home to Argentina. Resigned to that reality, tens of thousands of Argentines traveled to
Missionary serving in South America dies
A young man serving in in the Uruguay Montevideo West Mission died Jan. 15, after a brief, undiagnosed illness. Elder Emilio Ignacio Pradenas Diaz, 20, is from the Santiago Chile unoa Stake and was serving in a city in eastern Argentina at the time of his death. Church spokesperson Daniel Woodruff r
Uruguay Probing Whether Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Has IS Ties
Police in Uruguay are investigating whether a former Guantanamo detainee who was granted refuge there is a member of the extremist Islamic State group. The alleged militant is a Syrian national named Abu Wa'el Dhiab, also known as Jihad Diyab, released in 2014 from the controversial U.S. prison at G
Uruguay and Chile complete Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 line-up for San Francisco
The line-up for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 in San Francisco is complete after Uruguay and Chile booked their places in the men's competition via the Sudamerica Rugby Sevens Series. Both countries were in a strong position heading into the final leg of the series in Vina del Mar in Chile, following
Horror-On-Sea Kicks Off the UK Genre Film Festival Circuit!
As if January wasn't filled with the day to day trauma of starting a new year, along comes Horror-On-Sea Film Festival to splash some blood on the beach. Taking place across two weekends starting this Friday it's the best way to beat the January blues. Take a look below at the full line up of featur
Suarez on aftermath of Chiellini bite: I cried when I found out Barcelona still wanted me
The Uruguay striker feared he would not get his big move to Spain and was relieved to hear they were still keen despite the "s***" he had caused Luis Suarez was worried his move from Liverpool to Barcelona would not materialise after he bit Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup. Uruguay forward
SA Rugby Sevens Academy win again in South America
The SA Rugby Sevens Academy ended their two week South American by adding the Sudamericarugby 7s tournament in Vina del Mar, Chile, to the one they won in Uruguay. Coach Marius Schoeman can look back on the trip with satisfaction not only because of the two trophies, but also because Sharks fullback
Luis Suarez Reveals What Went Through His Head During & After Infamous 2010 World Cup Red Card
Barcelona superstar Luis Suarez has revealed what was going through his head in the moments during and after his infamous handball for Uruguay at the 2010 World Cup in the dying minutes of extra-time denied Ghana a historic place in the semi-finals. With the game tied at 1-1, Ghana thought they had
Ryan Giggs set to be confirmed as Wales manager on Monday
Ryan Giggs is set to be named Chris Coleman's successor as Wales manager on Monday. The Football Association of Wales said it would announce the identity of the new manager on Twitter ahead of a 2 p.m. press conference at Hensol Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan. Giggs, 44, has been the clear favourit
Israeli Guests Barred From Hostel In Uruguay
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) - A Uruguayan hotelier rejected an Israeli couple as guests claiming he disagrees with Israeli politics. Amit Bradush, 22, and his partner received a personalized message from the hotelier via the Booking.com platform explaining their reservation had been canceled because his po
As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again
BUENOS AIRES - It was a sweltering afternoon at the rundown central bus station in Argentina's capital, but Amelia Cartes Novoa was beaming despite the intolerable heat. "I'm so excited," Ms. Cartes said as she waited on a platform for the bus that would take her on a 21-hour ride across the Andes.
South Americans vie for two tickets to France
Ecuador is all set to host the eighth edition of the South American U-20 Women's Championship, where ten nations will be competing for two berths at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup France 2018. The tournament in brief: When: 13-31 JanuaryWhere: The Ecuadorian cities of Riobamba, Ibarra and AmbatoWh
World Cup Touchline: How to enjoy Russia 2018 as a disgruntled USMNT fan
The single worst thing about the World Cup is the wait. Waiting sucks. And in United States, we aren't used to waiting for sports. The best American sporting event is the NCAA basketball tournament. It begins two days after its field is set. The NFL, NBA, MLB and MLS postseasons all begin within six