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Europe · Brussels
Riots in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco win at World Cup
Riots broke out in several Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup Sunday. Police detained about a dozen people after they deployed water cannons and fire tear gas to disperse crowds in Brussels.See the Story
46% Left coverage: 63 sources
Lionel Messi · Doha
Boxer Alvarez fumes at Messi celebration video after beating Mexico
World boxing champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez has reacted angrily to Lionel Messi’s locker room celebrations following his team’s crucial World Cup win against Mexico. See the Story
41% Left coverage: 51 sources
FIFA · Doha
FIFA charges Ecuador over fan chants at World Cup opener
Discriminatory chants allegedly by Ecuador fans at the World Cup opening game led FIFA to open the first disciplinary case of the tournament on Tuesday.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 22 sources
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The scandal that shakes luxury brand Balenciaga: it was founded to promote pedophilia with explicit images of children
The Balenciaga brand has been involved in a strong controversy because they are accusing it of promoting pedophilia.See the Story
“I'm not homophobic... but”: Claudio Reyes shot Mega's face hard because of his “ways”
The national actor, Claudio Reyes, shot with everything at Mega's face because of his “manners”, even though he clarified that “I'm not homophobic”.See the Story
“Diabetics are liars”: Mauricio Medina admits it was his fault that he amputated a toe
Mauricio Medina spoke at length about his diabetes and the amputation of one of his toes as a result of the disease.See the Story
Nano Calderón's answer to a follower who asked him why he breaks so much in networks showing silver
Nano Calderón went out to explain why she likes to upload money and the luxuries she would have so much to her social networks.See the Story
Ambulance driver suffers serious beatings in Cesfam de Tomé: He was left with shoulder dislocation and broken ribs
An ambulance driver suffered a violent beating in the parking lots of Cesfam Doctor Alberto Reyes, in Tomé.See the Story
Lo que se sabe sobre el freno parcial del Gobierno al paro de los camioneros
Todo lo que se sabe sobre el freno parcial que el Gobierno logró ante el paro de los camioneros a lo largo del país.See the Story
Americas · Pakistan
From a factory in Pakistan to an “unknown buyer” and phone calls: the new details after the complaint of “pirate” clothing at La Polar
A series of new precedents emerged after the new scandal faced by La Polar over the alleged sale of fake clothing.See the Story