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Παρί – Λειψία: Τρίτος Λατινοαμερικάνος σκόρερ στο Champions League ο Νεϊμάρ (pic)

Στην θέση των σκόρερ στο Champions League που αφορά παίκτες από την Λατινική Αμερική ανέβηκε ο Νεϊμάρ, φτάνοντας τα 36 τέρματα.

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Woman donates kidney to her best friend, saving her life again
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Delivery driver finds baby abandoned by carjacker
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Man dies after snowmobile falls through ice
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Outbreak linked to classic wrestling tournament
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Kansas City says no parade if team wins Super Bowl
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Woman gets new wheelchair thanks to fellow athletes
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Video shows moment NYC firefighter knocked unconscious from falling AC
An FDNY firefighter was knocked unconscious when an air conditioner fell from a window and struck him in the head while he was battling a Brooklyn blaze on Monday morning, sources said.
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Sen. Rand Paul clashes with ABC's Stephanopoulos: 'You're forgetting who you are as a journalist!'
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. had a fiery exchange with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Sunday over the challenge to the 2020 presidential election with the top GOP lawmaker questioning the anchor's journalistic integrity. 
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California paid out $11 billion in bogus jobless claims in 2020
Investigators are looking into possible fraud involving $20 billion more.
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The stars of ‘Our Friend’ on their new film
“Matt went through as hard a thing as one can go through. To come out the other side as a story of friendship was remarkable …"
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Grenell: Forget Biden and Harris -- here's who's really calling the shots in the new administration
Former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice doesn't occupy a seat in the Oval Office, but the White House Domestic Policy Council director is calling all the shots in the new administration, former acting DNI Ric Grenell said Monday.
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South Korean has used AI to bring a superstar back to life, but ethical concerns abound
Recent AI performances have excited fans of their music and the technology, but others have raised concerns about the ethics and legalities of resurrecting the voices of the dead.
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The fourth Senate impeachment trial of a President in US history is just two weeks away. Two of the trials will be Trump's
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Kyrgios credits Australia for its Covid-19 response
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios says he feels safe at the prospect of playing in this year's Australian Open as he played down complaints from fellow stars who are quarantining ahead of the tournament in Melbourne.
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Apple AirPods Pro earbuds are on sale for less than $200 at Amazon right now
The coveted AirPods Pro from Apple are on at the lowest price we've seen on them in nearly a month—get the details.       
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Man caught on video being beaten, stripped in NYC was targeted gangbanger
A Brooklyn man who was pummeled by about a dozen people after getting off a bus from Atlanta was a gangbanger who was targeted in the attack, police sources told The Post. The 26-year-old beating victim was pounded after getting off the bus near Canal Street in Manhattan around 11:30 a.m. Friday in a brutal...
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D.C. Riot Suspect Was 2019 ‘Sexy Farmer’—but Only 4th Place
Jordan RevlettBefore Jan. 6, Jordan Revlett’s claim to fame was as the fourth-place winner of the 2019 “She Thinks Her Farmer’s Sexy” contest, sponsored by Owensboro, Kentucky, insurance agency Ohio Valley Insurance. But now the 22-year-old will be known for something else entirely. Revlett was picked up Monday by agents from the FBI’s Louisville Field Office and charged with unlawful entry on restricted grounds and violent entry or disorderly conduct in connection with the Capitol riots. Revlett’s Twitter timeline is packed full of pro-Trump messages, but a post in 2019 referenced a happier time. “I’d like to thank everyone that voted for me, almost 8,000 votes,” Revlett wrote after being honored by the community for his lantern jaw and ripped physique. “This started as a contest, but it turned into much more than that for me. It turned into my friends and family making sure that I got what I wanted and I really couldn’t appreciate anymore [sic] than I do.” Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here
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Bernie Sanders Most Followed Lawmaker on Twitter and Facebook for Last Six Years
Sander's popularity could have to do with the length of time he has spent in Congress, his past presidential campaigns or his voice as a progressive left-winger.
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Portland driver goes on deadly rampage, striking several pedestrians
A Portland, Ore., driver was arrested Monday after striking multiple pedestrians across several blocks, killing one and hospitalizing five others, police said. 
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House Submits Trump Impeachment Article to Senate; Trial to Begin in 2 Weeks
The House impeachment managers delivered one article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening, formally marking the start of the second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump, though the trial itself will not begin until the week of February 8.
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‘Bachelorette’s’ Dale Moss opens up about split from Clare Crawley: ‘There’s no one person to blame’
In a series of Instagram Stories on Monday, Moss noted that he finally felt "comfortable" to speak on the situation after the split.
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Nick Kyrgios feels 'safe' ahead of the Australian Open as he credits the country for its Covid-19 response
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios says he feels safe at the prospect of playing in this year's Australian Open as he played down complaints from fellow stars who are quarantining ahead of the tournament in Melbourne.
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NBA, union in talks to possibly hold All-Star Game after all
The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association are engaged in discussions about possibility holding an All-Star Game in early March, with Atlanta targeted as the host city, ESPN reported on Monday. The NBA canceled its traditional All-Star Weekend, which had been scheduled for Indianapolis in February, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the sides...
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This is what baby tyrannosaurs would have looked like when they hatched
Baby tyrannosaurs were just about the size of Border Collies when they took their first steps — despite being able to grow up to 40 feet, according to a study published Monday. A team of paleontologist made the discovery by examining the first-known fossils of tyrannosaur embryos. “These bones are the first window into the...
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Trump’s Impeachment Goes to the Senate, Testing His Sway Over the GOP
Republican senators are easing off their criticism of Trump and shunning calls to convict him over the deadly siege at the U.S. Capitol.
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Atmospheric river set to dump massive amounts of rain over California
An atmospheric river will bring lots of rain to California this week, in areas hit hard by wildfires and under threat of landslides. Meanwhile, the Sierra Nevada could see more than 10 feet of snow, making avalanches a real possibility. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the latest.
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Trump officially opens ‘Office of the Former President’
Former President Donald Trump has officially opened an office in Florida that will serve to continue his political agenda. The Office of the Former President “will be responsible for managing President Trump’s correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities to advance the interest of the United States,” according to a statement. The office will also...
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Brantley rejoins Astros to complete unfinished business
An erroneous report saying Michael Brantley had agreed to a contract with the Toronto Blue Jays had the outfielder fielding goodbye texts from his Houston Astros teammates most of Wednesday morning.
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Proximity to power: What the West Wing office layout says about the Biden administration
It's an adage in any high-pressure office: proximity is power. Nowhere is that more true than the West Wing.
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Trump begins speaking with impeachment lawyer, even as he scrambles to build defense team
Former President Donald Trump is still working to assemble a full legal team for his Senate impeachment trial, people familiar with the matter told CNN on Monday, even as he has begun to craft a defense strategy with Butch Bowers, the South Carolina lawyer who has agreed to represent him in the historic proceedings.
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Internet rejoices as dogs return to the White House
The First Dogs make their first appearance at White House. But where's the cat? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
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Trump creates 'Office of the Former President' in Florida
Former President Donald Trump on Monday established an official post-presidency office in Palm Beach County, Florida to oversee his affairs, Fox News has learned.
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Dr. Fauci opens up about threats against him and his family
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks to CNN's Erin Burnett about being threatened, getting a letter with powder in the mail and the difficulty of combating the coronavirus while working with the Trump administration.
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Breaking 'Unity' Pledge, Joe Biden Backs Trump Impeachment Trial
President Joe Biden threw aside his inaugural pledge to seek "unity," declaring Monday evening that the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump "has to happen."
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Spurs-Pelicans game called off, as NBA's virus woes continue
San Antonio’s game in New Orleans was called off Monday night in the latest virus-related postponement for the NBA, one that came when the league determined that neither team would have enough players available.
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Weinstein victims to get $17.1 million in bankruptcy settlement
After years of wrangling, a federal judge approves bankruptcy in Harvey Weinstein settlement.
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5 places reopening after California's stay-home order lifted
Lodgings at Yosemite and Death Valley national parks to reopen soon
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Tom Brady's dad reveals 'life and death' battle with Covid-19
Tom Brady's father spent almost three weeks in the hospital with Covid-19, he revealed Monday, calling it a "matter of life and death."
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Knicks don’t have a role for returning Frank Ntilikina
The only Frenchman who will take the court Tuesday in Utah figures to be Jazz center Rudy Gobert. Though Frank Ntilikina was made available after a 3 ½-week absence with a sprained left knee, Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau bluntly said the club’s 2017 lottery pick doesn’t yet have a playing role. It’s just another bump...
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Former Texans' great Arian Foster next to take shot at organization: 'They really didn't give a f--k'
Running back Arian Foster, who is the leading rusher (6,472 yards) in franchise history, discussed the team and how they treated star players poorly.
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Judge: Destroy massage parlor video of Patriots owner
A federal judge in Florida has ordered the destruction of video that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for massage parlor sex, according to court documents.
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L.A. officials say they're working to make 2020 violence an 'anomaly,' but relief remains elusive
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said his administration is focused on making 2020's violent crime increase an "anomaly," not the start of a new trend line. But this year has so far shown no relief from the bloodshed.
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Dissidents First: A Foreign Policy Doctrine for the Biden Administration
A dissident is to a dictatorship what a bald fact is to an edifice of lies, the revelation of which causes the whole thing to crumble.
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'A lot of chaos': 1 dead, at least 5 injured after driver strikes pedestrians across 20 blocks in Portland, police say
There were multiple reports that the car drove up onto sidewalks to run over pedestrians during what police called a "major traffic incident."       
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Senate confirms Janet Yellen as treasury secretary
The Senate on Monday confirmed Janet Yellen as treasury secretary by a 84 to 16 vote. She is the first woman to lead the department in its 230-year history. CBSN's Elaine Quijano reports.
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Health officials monitor COVID mutations as U.S. cases appear to level off
The number of new coronavirus cases and deaths in the United States appear to be leveling off, but health officials are monitoring two highly contagious mutations of the virus that have been circulating throughout the United Kingdom and South Africa. Carl Zimmer, a New York Times columnist, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the latest.
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The viral meme of Bernie Sanders has been made into a crocheted doll, and it's now being auctioned for charity
The image from President Joe Biden's inauguration of Sen. Bernie Sanders sitting with his legs crossed wearing brown and white gloves made a splash on the internet. Now, one lucky bidder can own a crocheted doll made as a tribute to Sanders' inauguration meme.
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Pennsylvania Republican Jeff Pyle Deletes FB Page After Mocking Transgender Biden Cabinet Pick
"I owe an apology and I offer it humbly," Representative Jeff Pyle said, but declined to specifically reference Dr. Rachel Levine in his statement.
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