Friday Dec 6
US to play Germany and Ghana at World Cup
The United States will play Germany and Ghana in the first round of next year's World Cup, facing the nations that eliminated the Americans from the last three tournaments.
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Buenos Aires Herald
FIFA unlikely to change kickoffs
The World Cup match schedule is unlikely to change despite the international players' union voicing concerns about 1pm kickoffs in Brazil's heat and humidity, according to the chairman of FIFA's medical committee.
FIFA medical chief says WC times unlikely to change over heat
The World Cup match schedule is unlikely to change despite the international players' union voicing concerns about 1 p.m. kickoffs in Brazil's heat and humidity, according to the chairman of FIFA's medical committee.
God Delivered the Pilgrims—and My People
The once-in-a-lifetime convergence of Thanksgiving Day with the first day of Hanukkah has inspired culinary fusions like deep-fried turkey, song parodies and clever T-shirts.
How to navigate Brazilian films
The vogue for Brazilian cinema triggered 10 years ago by Fernando Meirelles's breakout City Of God and kept going by Jos Padilha's Elite Squad actioners seems to have peaked.
5 films to watch at the 2013 Brazil Film Fest
The Brazil Film Fest's timing during the last dregs of autumn might seem like a tease, but the heart of the matter is nothing's better in nippy weather than hiding out in a theatre for a couple of hours to take in a film made somewhere much, much warmer.
European Public Health Alliance
[Joint Statement] Civil Society Commitment on Health Workers
The third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health took place in Recife, Brazil on 10-13 November.
Global Shortage of Health Workers Expected To Keep Growing
The United Nations World Health Organization today warned of the serious implications for billions worldwide due to the shortage of healthcare workers, which is estimated to grow to 12.9 million by 2035 from the current deficit of 7.2 million.