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MONTAG, 08.10.2018
19:20 THAI » WILD »

The 12 Thai boys from the "Wild Boars" soccer team who were rescued after being trapped in a flooded cave network in northern Thailand played a friendly match on Sunday at Argentinas Monumental Stadium, which hosted the 1978 World Cup final https://t.co/3mjvYroEqJ

GESTERN, DIENSTAG, 20.11.2018
6:12 HOMELESS » WORLD »

Homeless World Cup - Vom Krieg in Afghanistan zur Straßenfußball-WM in Mexiko: https://t.co/3WrpyJxiBk
DER STANDARD
DER STANDARD @derStandardat 6:12 - 20.11.2018

SONNTAG, 18.11.2018
11:42 FIRST » WORLD »

The First four-times Standard World Champions at WDSF: Dmitry Zharkov & Olga Kulikova, (RUS). If you want to relive yesterdays night: https://t.co/0WF7lJNozq If you are in Austria, next Sunday 25th at 20:15, at ORF Sports Plus: 2018 World Standard special!
World DanceSport
World DanceSport @DanceSportTotal 11:42 - 18.11.2018

5:31 IRELAND » ZEALAND »

Ireland topple New Zealand to lay down World Cup marker https://t.co/pcanfe2o33
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 5:31 - 18.11.2018

1:10 IRELAND » ZEALAND »

Ireland topple New Zealand to lay down World Cup marker https://t.co/HLvoDQYhAb
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 1:10 - 18.11.2018

SAMSTAG, 17.11.2018
7:50 WORLD » CUP »

World Cup veteran Milligan named Australia captain https://t.co/JsNN4oY0YE
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 7:50 - 17.11.2018

FREITAG, 16.11.2018
13:43 ITS » WORLD »

"Its impossible to display homosexuality in football." Frances World Cup striker Olivier Giroud says it is an "understatement" to say the sport is not ready to accept an openly gay player. https://t.co/wjdXlprGvB via @cnnsport

0:27 WORLD » RUGBY »

World Rugby has advised players to cover-up tattoos during next years World Cup. In Japan, they have been linked with criminality and associated with members of yakuza syndicates https://t.co/MGGVan280D Via @ReutersTV
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 0:27 - 16.11.2018

DONNERSTAG, 15.11.2018
21:26 WORLD » CUP »

World Cup could spark debate in tattoo-averse Japan https://t.co/WUpGmsoOwT Via @ReutersTV
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 21:26 - 15.11.2018

16:05 TRAUER » WUT »

Trauer und Wut in Thailand: 13-jähriger Thai-Boxer geht während Kampf zu Boden und stirbt https://t.co/yoDw4aGXCa
stern
stern @sternde 16:05 - 15.11.2018

11:01 HORROR » KAMPF »

Horror-Kampf in Thailand - Tod im Ring! 13-Jähriger stirbt beim Thai-Boxen https://t.co/9aGYbJBfug
BILD News
BILD News @BILD_News 11:01 - 15.11.2018

8:49 DEATH » MUAY »

Death of 13-year-old Muay Thai boxer sparks debate in Thailand on child fighting culture https://t.co/OUTeGIk7PZ
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 8:49 - 15.11.2018

SONNTAG, 11.11.2018
20:45 SOLEMN » SUNDAY »

Solemn ceremonies around the world Sunday are marking 100 years to the day since the Armistice that saw the end of World War I https://t.co/m0jYo8StLe

13:20 WORLD » PARIS »

@ludovic_marin World leaders gathered in driving rain in Paris on Sunday to lead global commemorations marking 100 years since the end of World War I, at a time of growing nationalism and diplomatic tensions https://t.co/Ee6FcY4WNQ #Armistice100
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 13:20 - 11.11.2018

10:36 WORLD » PARIS »

World leaders gathered in Paris will lead global commemorations on Sunday to mark 100 years since the end of World War I at a time of growing nationalism and diplomatic tensions https://t.co/sYK70GlY3h #armistice100 #WWICentenary
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 10:36 - 11.11.2018

SAMSTAG, 10.11.2018
7:16 WHEN » SUNDAY »

When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday, it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past. https://t.co/njyAnDy7BQ

1:41 WHEN » SUNDAY »

When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday, it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past. https://t.co/lTdgXDrDi8

FREITAG, 09.11.2018
12:42 WHEN » SUNDAY »

When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday, it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past. https://t.co/MPVJhi20g8

10:06 WHEN » SUNDAY »

When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday, it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past. https://t.co/lE4HZz4gb7

DONNERSTAG, 08.11.2018
21:42 SUNDAY » WORLD »

Sunday is the 100th anniversary of the armistice that led to the end of World War I. How much do you know about the "war to end all wars"? https://t.co/qXCIYAEvQy
CFR
CFR @CFR_org 21:42 - 08.11.2018

MONTAG, 05.11.2018
14:16 OUR » PARIS »

Our fathers fought each other twice last century in brutal battles – we are the first generation to work together for peace. 🕊️ At the invitation of @EmmanuelMacron, @JunckerEU will be in Paris on Sunday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War https://t.co/MaKGyZSBKS
European Commission 🇪🇺
European Commission 🇪🇺 @EU_Commission 14:16 - 05.11.2018

MONTAG, 08.10.2018
14:10 THAI » WILD »

The 12 Thai boys from the "Wild Boars" soccer team who were rescued after being trapped in a flooded cave network in northern Thailand played a friendly match on Sunday at Argentinas Monumental Stadium, which hosted the 1978 World Cup final https://t.co/R0O2ZuyEbc

FREITAG, 20.07.2018
10:35 HOME » WILD »

Home comforts greet Wild Boars captain after Thai cave rescue https://t.co/CGZ9F5pM4o
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 10:35 - 20.07.2018

DONNERSTAG, 19.07.2018
19:47 HOME » WILD »

Home comforts greet Wild Boars captain after Thai cave rescue https://t.co/P1M32qzxDy
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 19:47 - 19.07.2018

15:30 HOME » WILD »

Home comforts greet Wild Boars captain after Thai cave rescue https://t.co/MJLFg6TyuU
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 15:30 - 19.07.2018

MITTWOCH, 18.07.2018
16:06 VIDEO » TWELVE »

VIDEO: Twelve Thai boys and their football coach who were dramatically rescued from a flooded cave appear before the media for the first time for a press conference. The "Wild Boars" team members wore football jerseys when they entered the conference room in Chiang Rai province https://t.co/KUTCOjKY7K
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 16:06 - 18.07.2018

12:56 BRINGING » WILD »

Bringing the Wild Boars Home: Thai cave boys head to first public appearance https://t.co/eOpJWrmrFo
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 12:56 - 18.07.2018

MITTWOCH, 11.07.2018
17:27 VIDEO » WILD »

VIDEO: The 12 members of the "Wild Boars" football team recover in hospital following their dramatic rescue from a flooded cave in Thailand https://t.co/IpOoFdjQcC
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 17:27 - 11.07.2018

15:36 FIRST » WILD »

First images emerge of the "Wild Boars" football team as they recover in hospital following their dramatic rescue from a flooded cave in Thailand https://t.co/npa93jRK2h
AFP news agency
AFP news agency @AFP 15:36 - 11.07.2018

14:43 RALLYING » THAI »

‘Hooyah’: Rallying cry of Thai navy SEALs in rescue of ‘Wild Boars’ team echoes across the globe https://t.co/MB1wecl1X1
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 14:43 - 11.07.2018

13:44 LUCKY » WILD »

Lucky 13: @ReutersGraphics charts the dramatic rescue of the Wild Boars team from a flooded cave complex in Thailand https://t.co/L16hNU1mGZ
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 13:44 - 11.07.2018

9:44 WILD » BOARS »

The dramatic rescue of the Wild Boars team from a Thai cave marks the end of a 17-day ordeal. @ReutersGraphics charts the journey: https://t.co/rcKquK31B3
Reuters Top News
Reuters Top News @Reuters 9:44 - 11.07.2018

DIENSTAG, 10.07.2018
22:19 MEDITATION » HOW »

Meditation and sacrificing meals: How the Wild Boars coach won plaudits during Thai cave ordeal https://t.co/bMQRHCem8i
The Telegraph
The Telegraph @Telegraph 22:19 - 10.07.2018

16:04 FIFTY » ENGLAND »

Fifty-two years ago, the England football team achieved something they’ve been trying – and failing – to do since. A crowd of 97,000 people watched at Wembley Stadium on June 30 1966, as England beat West Germany to win the World Cup for the first time https://t.co/iGdSUzyKj1
The Telegraph
The Telegraph @Telegraph 16:04 - 10.07.2018