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Drogba Inspires Ivory Coast To 2-1 Win Over Japan - Abc News

6065129478705365782.jpgcelebrity tape Brazil, Saturday, June 14, 2014.' style='float:left;padding:5px' /> "It changed the match." Lamouchi's inspired substitution negated Keisuke Honda's first half goal that had given Japan http://seppiyedkosv.livejournal.com the lead in a group that also includes Colombia and Greece. Colombia beat Greece 3-0 earlier on Saturday. "I didn't think we were able to play as quickly as we normally play and needed to do," Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni said. "We really have to take stock of the situation rather quickly." The 36-year-old former Chelsea star started for Ivory Coast in the last two World Cups, but neither of those sides made it out of group play. He probably lacks the fitness to play 90 minutes these days, but his impact as a substitute can be dramatic, as was shown on a rainy night in Recife. "It's a beautiful victory.
Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/Sports/wireStory/japan-takes-halftime-lead-ivory-coast-24143258


Cinedigm Announces Sale Of Hollywood Software To Team Of Outside Investors Led By Original Founder,

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Us Climate Policy Unduly Influenced By 'hollywood Elites,' Republican Senator Charges

6046879652399119952.jpg Reuters/Joshua Roberts Senate Republicans barraged the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with concerns about its proposed climate change policies on Wednesday, questioning everything from the agencys legal authority to carry out administration policy to the outsized political influence of Hollywood elites. During an oversight hearing with EPA chief Gina McCarthy, the legislators criticized her June 2 plan to slash carbon emissions from existing power plants to 30 percent below 2005 levels, warning it could raise Americans electricity bills and hamstring economic growth while decimating the U.S. coal industry. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., took particular umbrage with what he called the influence of Hollywood elites and national environmental organizations in crafting the EPA power plant rules. He cited my website a my company July 6 New York Times article that said three experts from the Natural Resources Defense Council effectively drew the blueprint. Barrasso said he would request documents from the EPA to examine the role of the trio of high-powered Washington lobbyists in writing the rules, which would require coal-reliant Wyoming to reduce its own emissions by 19 percent in the next decade and a half.
Full story: http://www.ibtimes.com/us-climate-policy-unduly-influenced-hollywood-elites-republican-senator-charges-1637078


Germany Expels Top Us Intelligence Officer In Spy Row - Yahoo News

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Cycling-road-tour De France Classification After Stage 13 - Yahoo Sports

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