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19 Jun 2013 : RIO DE JANEIRO - If the young people of Brazil are in the street, it is no longer just to play football there, contrary to the popular image of a country fixated with 'futebol' to the point of obsession.
19 Jun 2013 : Google said Tuesday it asked a special US court handling national security investigations for permission to publish the number of government requests for data to the Internet giant.
19 Jun 2013 : Facebook said Tuesday that more than a million businesses now advertise at the leading social network.
19 Jun 2013 : Tesla Motors said Thursday it would demonstrate a way to quickly recharge electric cars by swapping drained batteries for fresh power cells.
19 Jun 2013 : A hat-trick by inspirational captain Thiago Alcantara saw Spain easily retain their European Under-21 title in Jerusalem on Tuesday with a 4-2 win over Italy.
19 Jun 2013 : Millions of joyous Iranians flooded the streets of Tehran on Tuesday after the national team beat Asia powerhouse South Korea 1-0 away to qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
19 Jun 2013 : Extreme-right websites in Sweden are far more popular than websites run by parties represented in parliament, said a report presented to the government on Tuesday.
19 Jun 2013 : The Mali government and Tuareg rebels signed a ceasefire accord Tuesday paving the way for presidential elections in the troubled west African state next month.
18 Jun 2013 : G8 leaders called Tuesday for a peace conference on Syria to be held as soon as possible but deep divisions remained as Russia stood by its embattled Middle East ally.
18 Jun 2013 : President Dilma Rousseff vowed Tuesday to listen to youths staging Brazil's biggest protests in 20 years in an outpouring of anger over the huge cost of staging events like the World Cup.
18 Jun 2013 : Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday claimed victory over anti-government protesters after a heavy crackdown, as police raided homes and arrested dozens of demonstrators in a bid to stamp out nearly three weeks of unrest.
18 Jun 2013 : Leaders of the G8 major economies struck a deal Tuesday to crack down on the "scourge" of illegal tax evasion and fight corporate tax avoidance that rob government coffers of billions.