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Defender Oguchi Onyewu will rejoin the U.S. men's national soccer team for upcoming matches against Honduras and Ecuador.
Netflix launched its movie and TV streaming service in Brazil on Monday, the beachhead for a push into Latin America that is seen as key to the company's continued growth after recent setbacks in the United States.
The U.N.'s top human rights body voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to demand that Syria end its bloody crackdown and cooperate with an international probe into possible crimes against humanity.
Brazil striker Oscar knows the soccer world is watching. He knows it's a chance like no other.
Outgoing Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said something that is true for almost every American reading these words: "I spent my entire adult life with the United States as a superpower, and one that had no compunction about spending what it took to sustain that position."
Look up from an oppressive Mexico City traffic jam and you see the baby face of Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez smiling down from a giant billboard. Look ahead and his image beams from an ad on a bakery truck.
It was one of the great adventure stories in an age of great adventures. In February 1541, conquistadors Francisco Orellana and Gonzalo Pizarro set out from Quito, Ecuador, leading a band that included several hundred Spaniards and native bearers, hundreds of horses and, for food, several thousand live swine.
The Associated Press story on Ecuador's nationwide ballot referendum ("Correa assails opposition media," Web, May 2) wrongly suggests the government of Ecuador is out to shut down criticism with its proposal that journalists be impartial professionals and that newspapers and broadcast news outlets be free from excessive influence by their owners' other financial interests. Most of your readers would say, I think, that ethical journalism demands both.
Ecuador and Greece will play the first soccer game at Citi Field, an exhibition on June 7.