Japan nuclear operator says not heard nationalisation plan

The so-called Fukushima 50, the group of approximately 300 technicians, soldiers and firemen who work in shifts of 50, have been exposed frequently to dangerously high radioactive levels as they effort to avert a nuclear tragedy.

The mother of one of the men has admitted that the group has discussed their state of affairs and has conventional that death is a strapping option.

“My son and his generation have discussed it at length and they have dedicated themselves to die if essential in the long-term.”

Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, said the world needed international security standards on nuclear power by the end of the year as fears neighboring the point of radiation leaks in Japan continuous to grow.

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Gates calls for limited role aiding Libyan rebels

The U.S. should keep away from developing a closer association with Libyan antagonism forces, guard leaders said Thursday, telling an often hostile Congress that overseas nations have got to now take over air strike everyday jobs and any effort to train and give the rebels.

By means of the U.S. role in Libya at a rotating point, the next critical decision is how, if at all, the U.S. chooses to hold up the opposition forces, particularly in the face of the ongoing monetary plan crisis at home. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he is opposite to arming the rebels, a step his boss President Barack Obama has not lined out.

Gates and Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was time to turn the mass of the divergence more than to NATO.

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Gadhafi: Leaders of airstrikes should go, not me

Moammar Gadhafi struck a disobedient posture Thursday after two high-profile defections from his government, saying he's not the one who should go — it's the Western leaders who have destroy his military with air strikes who should leave right away.

Gadhafi's note was weaken by its delivery — a scroll cross ways the bottom of state TV as he stay out of sight. The White House said the strongman's internal circle was clearly breakdown with the loss of Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa, who flew from Tunisia to England on Wednesday.

Ali Abdessalam Treki, a previous foreign minister and U.N. General Assembly president, proclaimed his departure on several resistance websites the next day, saying "It is our nation's right to live in freedom and democratic organization and take pleasure in a good life."

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Indiana Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough

Indiana Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough tips the basketball into the basket during the second half of an NBA game against the Detroit Pistons in Indianapolis, Wednesday, March 30, 2011. The Pacers won 111-101.

Seattle Mariners vs Los Angeles Dodgers

Seattle Mariners' Brendan Ryan is forced out at second by Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Dee Gordon during the third inning of an exhibition baseball game Wednesday, March 30, 2011, in Los Angeles.

India won Pakistan in Cricket World Cup

India's Harbhajan Singh is congratulated by Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi after India won the Cricket World Cup semifinal match against Pakistan in Mohali on Wednesday.

US economy outpaces rivals even as job growth lags

The United States is out of step with the take it easy of the world's richest developed nations: Its wealth is growing faster than theirs other than create far fewer jobs.

The motivation is U.S. workers have become so fruitful that it's harder for anyone with no a job to get one.

Companies are manufacturing and profiting more than when the depression began, notwithstanding fewer workers. They're hiring again, save for not fast enough to substitute most of the 7.5 million jobs lost since the collapse began.

Exact in growth, the American economy has outperformed those of Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan — every Group of 7 developed nation not including Canada, according to The Associated Press' new Global Economy Tracker, a quarterly analysis of 22 countries in lieu of more than 80 percent of worldwide output.

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Gadhafi's forces adapt to airstrikes, pound rebels

LibyaMoammar Gadhafi's land forces recaptured a planned oil town Wednesday and moved within arresting distance of one more main eastern city, nearly reverse the gains rebels made because international airstrikes began. Rebels plead for more help, while a U.S. official said government forces are making themselves harder to goal by using civilian "battle wagons" with makeshift weapons instead of tanks.

Western powers kept up the heaviness to energy Gadhafi out with new airstrikes in other parts of Libya, hints that they may arm the disagreement and intense consultation following the scenes to find a country to give sanctuary to Libya's leader of more than 40 years.

Too on Wednesday, an American official and former U.S. astuteness officer told The Associated Press that CIA functioning were sent to Libya this month following the agency's position in the assets was forced to close.

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CIA sends teams to Libya; US mulls aid for rebels

The CIA has sent small teams of effectives into Libya and helped save a crew member of a U.S. warrior jet that not working and the White House said Wednesday it was charging "all types of support" for rebels battling Moammar Gadhafi's troops.

Combat zone setbacks are hardening the U.S. view that the poorly prepared opposition in all probability is incapable of established without critical Western intervention, a senior U.S. astuteness official told The Associated Press.

Lawmakers, in private briefings with top Obama supervision officials, asked tough questions about the cost of the military operation and uttered apprehension about the makeup of the rebels.

Members of upper house quoted officials as saying the U.S. military role would be limited and heard President Barack Obama's director of national intelligence compares the rebel forces to a "pick-up basketball team."

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England vs Ghana at Wembley

England's Glen Johnson (L) vies for the ball with Ghana's Sulley Muntari during the International friendly football match at Wembley Stadium in London, on March 29, 2011.

England vs Ghana

England's Jack Wilshere (R) vies for the ball with Ghana's Anthony Annan (L) during the International friendly football match at Wembley Stadium in London, on March 29, 2011.

football match between Northern Ireland and Slovenia

Northern Ireland's Warren Feeney (R) vies for the ball with Slovenia's Robert Koren (L) during their Euro 2012, group C qualifying football match between Northern Ireland and Slovenia at the Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast, Northern Ireland on March 29, 2011.

Portugal vs Finland

Portugal's forward Hugo Almeida (2ndL) kicks the ball close to (FromL) Finland's Petri Pasanen, Jukka Raitala and goalkeeper Otto Fredrikson during their friendly football match Portugal vs Finland at the Municipal Stadium in Aveiro, on March 29, 2011.

The Nigerian national team defeated their Kenyan counterpart by 3 - 0

Nigerian attacker Uche Ikechukwu beats Kenyan keeper Arnold Otieno to the third goal during the friendly match between the two countries in Abuja on March 28, 2011. The Nigerian national team defeated their Kenyan counterpart by 3 - 0.

Mexico vs Venezuela

Venezuela's defender Oswaldo Vizcarrondo (R) scores a goal during the international friendly game Mexico vs Venezuela at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, on March 29, 2011.

Libyan rebels shelled outside Gadhafi hometown

Libyan administration tanks and rockets dull a rebel physical attack on Moammar Gadhafi's place of origin of Sirte on Tuesday and drove back the ragtag army of irregulars, even as world leaders equipped to discuss the country prospect in London.

Rockets and tank fire sent Libya's rebel volunteers in a panicked scramble away from the front lines, suggestive of that the resistance is still no match for the superior firepower and association of Gadhafi's forces, in spite of an international campaign of fatal airstrikes.

A U.N.-mandated no-fly zone and fight of strikes by the U.S. and its allies helped rebel services regain province lost of the past week, when they were on the brink of crush by government forces.

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Boston Celtics

Indiana Pacers guard Dahntay Jones screams as he dunks between Boston Celtics players, left to right, Jeff Green, Delonte West, Glen Davis and Ray Allen in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Indianapolis, Monday, March 28, 2011. The Pacers defeated the Celtics 107-100

Airborne Pablo Carreras

Airborne Pablo Carreras of Argentina and his teammates celebrate a goal by Martin Benitez (bottom of pile) against Paraguay during a South American U-17 soccer match in Latacunga, Ecuador, Monday March 28, 2011.

FIFA Women's World Cup

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 28: A view of the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy during the Germany 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Welcome Tour press conference at the Westin Georgetown on March 28, 2011 in Washington, DC.

FACT CHECK: How Obama's Libya claims fit the facts

There may be less than meets the eye to President Barack Obama's declarations Monday night that NATO is taking in excess of from the U.S. in Libya and that U.S. action is limited to self-protective people under attack there by Moammar Gadhafi's armed forces.

In transfer power and control to NATO, the U.S. is rotating the reins over to a group dominated by the U.S., both militarily and politically. In strength, the U.S. runs the show that is taking over running the show.

And the hasty move on of rebels in recent days stalwartly suggest they are not only benefiting from military aid in a defensive crouch, but rather using the conglomerate force in some fashion — coordinated or not — to press on an unpleasant.

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Toxic plutonium seeping from Japan's nuclear plant

Extremely toxic plutonium is seeping from the injured nuclear power plant in Japan's tsunami blow zone into the soil exterior; officials said Tuesday, heighten concerns about the growing extend of radiation.

Plutonium was detected at several spots exterior the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant — the first established presence of the hazardously radioactive matter, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. said.

There are muscular indications some of the radioactivity is coming from scratched nuclear fuel rods, a worrying increase in the race to bring the power plant under control, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said Tuesday.

"The state of affairs is very grave," Edano told reporters. "We are doing our utmost efforts to surround the damage."

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Obama on Libya: 'We have a responsibility to act'

Energetically defensive American attacks in Libya, President Barack Obama stated Monday night that the United States intervene to stop a slaughter of civilians that would have discolored the world's sense of right and wrong and "been a disloyalty of who we are" as Americans. Yet he ruled out targeting Moammar Gadhafi, warning that annoying to oust him militarily would be an error as expensive as the war in Iraq.

Obama proclaimed that NATO would take command over the whole Libya operation on Wednesday, keeping his promise to get the U.S. out of the lead fast — but offering no guess on when the conflict might end and no details about its costs notwithstanding demands for those answers from lawmakers.

He decline to label the U.S.-led military crusade as a "war," but made an liberal case for why he believed it was in the national attention of the United States and allies to use force.

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David Villa

Spain's national soccer team player David Villa attends a news conference in Kaunas March 28, 2011. Spain will face Lithuania in an Euro 2012 qualification match on Tuesday.

Los Angeles Lakers vs New Orleans

Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol, left, of Spain puts up a shot as New Orleans Hornets guard Willie Green defends during the second half of their NBA basketball game, Sunday, March 27, 2011, in Los Angeles. The Lakers won 102-84.

المنتخب الروسي يصل الدوحة مدججا بنجومه لملاقاة العنابي

الدوحة 27 آذار/مارس (د ب أ)- وصل المنتخب الروسي لكرة القدم
صباح اليوم الأحد إلى الدوحة مدججا بكامل نجومه الدوليين من
أجل خوض المباراة الدولية الودية أمام المنتخب القطري الأول
مساء الثلاثاء المقبل في إطار احتفال البلدين بتنظيم
مونديالي 2018 و2022 واستعدادا للمسابقات الدولية الهامة
التي تنتظرهما في الفترة المقبلة
ويخوض المنتخب الروسي مرانه الأول على استاد ثاني بن جاسم
بنادي الغرافة مساء اليوم على أن يستكمل استعداداته للقاء
الودي غدا الإثنين على ملعب جاسم بن حمد بنادي السد وهو
الملعب الذي سيحتضن مباراة المنتخب القطري الأول أمام
المنتخب الروسي وقبله سيحتضن لقاء المنتخب القطري الأولمبي
أمام نظيره السويسري.
وتأتي هذه المباراة التي تكتسي طابعا احتفاليا بعد حصول كل
من قطر وروسيا على شرف تنظيم كأسي العالم 2018 و2022 وأيضا
من أجل الإستعداد ايضا لمرحلة التصفيات الهامة لكل منهما حيث
سيخوض منتخب روسيا تصفيات كاس الأمم الأوروبية سعيا إلى
التأهل ليورو 2012 في حين يبدأ المنتخب القطري الأول فترة من
الاستعدادات الهامة قبل دخول غمار مرحلة التصفيات الآسيوية
المؤهلة إلى مونديال البرازيل عام 2014 .
وبدأت لجنة التسويق التابعة للإتحاد القطري لكرة القدم في
ترويج تذاكر المباراتين وأعدت برنامجا ثريا لتحفيز الجماهير
على حضور المباراتين حيث سيكون دخول الملعب لمشاهدة المنتخب
الأولمبي القطري ونظيره السويسري وايضا المنتخب القطري الأول
ونظيره الروسي بتذكرة موحدة وبسعر رمزي مع الحرص على أن
يكون هذا الموعد الرياضي فرصة مهمة لإطلاق الإحتفالات بين
جماهير المنتخبين..

وفي سياق متصل ضمت بعثة المنتخب الروسي خيرة من اللاعبين
الذين وجه لهم المدرب ديك ادفوكات الدعوة لخوض هذا اللقاء
الودي وقد ضمت القائمة كل من الحارسين ايجور أكينفيف (سيسكا
موسكو) وفياتشيسلاف مالافييف (زينيت) ويضم خط الدفاع كل من
الكسندر انيوكوف (زينيت) واليكسي بيزتسكي فاسيلي بيزيتسكي ،
سيرجي اجناشيفيتش (سيسكا موسكو) ، يوري جيركوف (تشيلسي
الانجليزي) ورومان شيشكين (لوكوموتيف موسكو).
ويضم خط الوسط كل مندينيار بيليالتدينوف (ايفرتون الانجليزي)
وآلان دزاجوف (سسكا موسكو) ، ايجور دينيسوف ، كونستانتين
زيريانوف ، رومان شيركوف (زينيت) ، ايجور سيمشوف (دينامو
موسكو) ، دميتري توربينسكي (لوكوموتيف موسكو).
ويتألف خط الهجوم من اندري ارشافين (ارسنال الانجليزي)
وأليكسي إلانوف ،الكسندر كيرزاكوف (زينيت) ورومان
بافليوتشينكو (توتنهام الإنجليزي) وبافل بوجربنياك (شتوتجارت

Argentina's Esteban Cambiasso celebrates his goal with teammate Lionel Messi

Argentina's Esteban Cambiasso (5) celebrates his goal with teammate Lionel Messi (2nd L) as goalkeeper Tim Howard (yellow), Jonathan Spector (L), Jay DeMerit (2R) and Oguchi Onyewu (R) of the U.S. react, during their international friendly soccer match in East Rutherford, New Jersey, March 26, 2011.

The Argentina National Soccer team

The Argentina National Soccer team before the friendly match between the USA and Argentina March 26, 2011 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

Rugby fans

Rugby fans stand in the rain during the last day of the three-day Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament March 27, 2011.

Copa Libertadores

Brazil's Fluminense goalkeeper Ricardo Berna and Digao, on ground, fail to stop a goal by Vicente Sanchez of Mexico's CF America during a Copa Libertadores soccer match in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, March 23, 2011. Brazil's Fluminense won the match 3-2.

دل بوسكي يشيد بفيا "الهداف التاريخي الجديد للماتادور الاسباني

مدريد 26 آذار/مارس (د ب أ)- اغدق فيسنتي دل بوسكي المدير الفني للمنتخب
الأسباني بمهاجمه ديفيد فيا نجم فريق برشلونة ، بعد تسجيله هدفي الفوز
على التشيك ليقود بلاده للفوز 2/1 مساء امس الجمعة في المجموعة التاسعة
للتصفيات المؤهلة لكأس الأمم الأوروبية (يورو 2012).
وبات فيا الهداف التاريخي للمنتخب الأسباني على مر العصور بتسجيله 46
هدفا متفوقا بهدفين على المهاجم المخضرم راؤول جونزاليس نجم شالكه
وقال دل بوسكي لصحيفة اس "تخطي عدد أهداف راؤول ليس سهلا ، فيا رجل
يمتلك توازن كبير أمام المرمى".
ويبحث فيا عن تجاوز حاجز ال46 هدفا عندما يلتقي الماتادور الاسباني مع
نظيره الليتواني يوم الثلاثاء المقبل في التصفيات الاوروبية.

Targets deep within Libya hit; fewer US jets used

French warrior jets hit aircraft and a intersection military base deep within Libya on Thursday as the U.S. abridged its fight role in the international process that is working to thwart Moammar Gadhafi's forces by land, sea and air.

Detonation could be heard in Tripoli, the Libyan capital, earlier than daybreak Friday, they say that from airstrikes.

Libya's air force has been successfully neutralized, and the government has taken part of its fight to the airwaves. State TV aired pictures of bodies it said were victims of airstrikes, excluding a U.S. intellect report bolstered dissenter claims that Gadhafi's forces had simply taken bodies from a morgue.

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NATO takes command of part of Libya operation

NATO decided late Thursday to take in excess of part of the military operations in opposition to Libya — enforcement of the no-fly zone — after days of hard bargain in the middle of its members. Except the toughest and most contentious piece of the operation attacks on the ground will go on to be led by the U.S., which has been nervous to give up the lead role.

NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who proclaimed the conformity in Brussels, said the association could sooner or later take more accountability, "but that decision has not been reached yet." It come into view that some NATO members balked at any contribution in attacks on ground targets, great the alliance's sole Muslim member, Turkey, has resist.

In Washington, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton honor NATO for taking over the no-fly zone, even though the U.S. had hoped the agreement would take full control of the military maneuver sanctioned by the United Nations, together with the protection of Libyan civilians and underneath civilized aid efforts on the ground.

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Japan reactor nuclear core may have breached

Japanese nuclear security officials said Friday that they believe that the reactor core at one unit of the anxious Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant may have smashed, raising the opportunity of more severe contagion to the surroundings.

"It is probable that anywhere at the reactor may have been hurt," said Hidehiko Nishiyama, a spokesman for the nuclear safety society. But he added that "our data put forward the reactor retains certain suppression functions," imply that the spoil may have occurred in Unit 3's reactor core excluding that it was inadequate.

Officials say the injure could in its place have happened in other gear, including piping or the spent fuel pool.

Workers have been harassed to keep cool water around radioactive fuel rods in the reactor's heart after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami cut off power deliver to the plant and its cooling system.

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The rowing crews from Oxford and Cambridge will compete on Saturday

The Cambridge University rowing crew practice on the River Thames in west London March 24, 2011. The rowing crews from Oxford and Cambridge will compete in the 152nd Boat Race, between the two universities on Saturday.

مدرب الاردن يتطلع إلى مشوار فريقه في تصفيات كأس العالم

كوالالامبور 24 آذار/مارس (د ب أ)- يرى العراقي عدنان حمد
مدرب منتخب الأردن أن المشاركة في التصفيات المؤهلة لنهائيات
كأس العالم 2014 بالبرازيل تعتبر محطة مهمة للفريق الذي يسعى
لتأكيد مكانته بين أقوى المنتخبات في القارة الآسيوية.
ونقل الموقع الرسمي للاتحاد الاسيوي لكرة القدم عن عدنان حمد
قوله "المنتخب يتطلع إلى تصفيات كاس العالم كمحطة مهمة من
أجل الوصول إلى أبعد ما يمكن، وذلك بعد أن نجح الفريق في
إثبات حضوره في نهائيات كأس آسيا".
ويخوض المنتخب الأردني معسكرا تدريبيا في الإمارات ينطلق
اليوم الخميس، يخوض خلاله مباراتين وديتين أمام الكويت
وكوريا الشمالية.
وأوضح حمد "المباريات الودية في الشارقة تشكل محطة إعدادية
من أجل إعطاء اللاعبين الشباب الفرصة ، وكذلك التقدم على
مستوى التصنيف الدولي".
وتضم قائمة المنتخب الأردني 20 لاعباً هم لؤي العمايرة ، معتز
ياسين، محمد شطناوي، بشار بني ياسين، أنس بني ياسين، باسم
فتحي، سليمان السلمان، وسيم البزور، محمد الدميري، شادي
ابوهشهش، سعيد مرجان، أحمد عبد الحليم، بهاء عبد الرحمن،
خليل بني عطية، عبد الله ذيب، ياسين البخيت، احمد هايل، ثائر
البواب، انس حجي وحمزة الدردور.

وسينضم إلى الفريق في الإمارات عامر ذيب وحسن عبد الفتاح.

كراوتش: جاريث بيل لا يرقى بعد لمستوى ميسي أو رونالدو

لندن 24 آذار/مارس (د ب أ) - طالب بيتر كرواتش مهاجم المنتخب
الإنجليزي لكرة القدم زملائه بالفريق بعدم المبالغة في تقدير
إمكانيات جاريث بيل جناح منتخب ويلز ، مصرا على أنه ليس
ليونيل ميسي أو كريستيانو رونالدو.
ويستضيف المنتخب الويلزي نظيره الإنجليزي بعد غد السبت في
كارديف ضمن التصفيات المؤهلة لبطولة الأمم الأوروبية "يورو
2012" ، حيث خسرت ويلز مبارياتها الثلاث السابقة بالتصفيات
بينما حافظت إنجلترا على سجلها خاليا من الهزائم حتى الآن
بالمجموعة السابعة.
وأشار العديد من لاعبي إنجلترا بأصابعهم إلى بيل باعتباره
أخطر لاعبي ويلز ، بينما وصف مدرب إنجلترا الإيطالي فابيو
كابيللو جناح فريق توتنهام الإنجليزي /21 عاما/ بأنه أحد
"أفضل لاعبي العالم".
ولكن صحيفة "ميرور" البريطانية نقلت بموقعها الإلكتروني عن
كراوتش قوله: "يلعب جاريث على أعلى مستوى خلال العامين
الأخيرين ، وقد يصل إلى مستوى أفضل اللاعبين في الدوري
الإنجليزي الممتاز".
وأضاف: "ولكنه مازال أمامه طريقا طويلا ليصبح ليونيل ميسي ..
فميسي وكريستيانو رونالدو يتمتعان بمستوى خاص بهما على القمة
حاليا خاصة مع العدد الهائل من الأهداف التي أحرزاها".
وأوضح كراوتش أن زميله بفريق توتنهام مازال في مرحلة التطور
والنمو ولكنه أشار إلى تألق اللاعب أمام فريق إنتر ميلان
الإيطالي خلال دور المجموعات ببطولة دوري أبطال أوروبا هذا
الموسم أظهر ما يمكن أن يصل إليه منم مستوى فى قادم الايام.
واعترف كراوتش بأن بيل مازال يمثل التهديد الأكبر لآمال
إنجلترا بتحقيق الفوز في كارديف وقال: "مازال جاريث هو
التهديد الأكبر بالنسبة لنا ، وهذا الأمر لا يخفى على أحد.
فإذا تمكننا من إيقافه سنتمكن من إيقاف منتخب ويلز بأكمله
بشكل كبير".

سجل الفائزين ببطولة العالم لسباقات فورمولا واحد منذ انطلاقها عام 1950

نيقوسيا24-3-2011 (ا ف ب) -
في ما يلي سجل الفائزين ببطولة العالم لسباقات فورمولا واحد منذ انطلاقها عام 1950:

1950: الايطالي جوزيبي فارينا (ألفا روميو)
1951: الارجنتيني خوان مانويل فانجيو (ألفا روميو)
1952: الايطالي ألبرتو أسكاري (فيراري)
1953: الايطالي ألبرتو أسكاري (فيراري)
1954: الارجنتيني خوان مانويل فانجيو (مازيراتي، مرسيدس بنز)
1955: الارجنتيني خوان مانويل فانجيو (مرسيدس بنز)
1956: الارجنتيني خوان مانويل فانجيو (فيراري، لانسيا)
1957: الارجنتيني خوان مانويل فانجيو (مازيراتي)
1958: الانكليزي مايك هاوثورن (فيراري)
1959: الاسترالي جاك برابهام (كوبر-كليماكس)
1960: الاسترالي جاك برابهام (كوبر-كليماكس)
1961: الاميركي فيل هيل (فيراري)
1962: الانكليزي غراهام هيل (بي أر أم)
1963: الاسكتلندي جيم كلارك (لوتوس-كليماكس)
1964: الانكليزي جون سورتيس (فيراري)
1965: الاسكتلندي جيم كلارك (لوتوس-كليماكس)
1966: الاسترالي جاك برابهام (برابهام-ريبكو)
1967: النيوزيلندي دنيس هولم (برابهام-ريبكو)
1968: الانكليزي غراهام هيل (لوتوس-فورد)
1969: الاسكتلندي جاكي ستيوارت (مارتا-فورد)
1970: الاسترالي جوشن ريندت (لوتوس-فورد)
1971: الاسكتلندي جاكي ستيوارت (تيريل-فورد)
1972: البرازيلي ايمرسون فيتبالدي (لوتوس-فورد)
1973: الاسكتلندي جاكي ستيوارت (تيريل-فورد)
1974: البرازيلي ايمرسون فيتبالدي (ماكلارين-فورد)
1975: النمسوي نيكي لاودا (فيراري)
1976: الانكليزي جايمس هانت (ماكلارين-فورد)
1977: النمسوي نيكي لاودا (فيراري)
1978: الاميركي ماريو أندريتي (لوتوس-فورد)
1979: الجنوب أفريقي جودي ششكتر (فيراري)
1980: الاسترالي ألن جونز (وليامس-فورد)
1981: البرازيلي نلسون بيكيت (برابهام-فورد)
1982: الفنلندي كيكي روزبرغ (وليامس-فورد)
1983: البرازيلي نلسون بيكيت (برابهام-بي أم دبليو)
1984: النمسوي نيكي لاودا (ماكلارين-تاغ بورش)
1985: الفرنسي ألان بروست (ماكلارين-تاغ بورش)
1986: الفرنسي ألان بروست (ماكلارين-تاغ بورش)
1987: البرازيلي نلسون بيكيت (وليامس-هوندا)
1988: البرازيلي أيرتون سينا (ماكلارين-هوندا)
1989: الفرنسي ألان بروست (ماكلارين-هوندا)
1990: البرازيلي أيرتون سينا (ماكلارين-هوندا)
1991: البرازيلي أيرتون سينا (ماكلارين-هوندا)
1992: الانكليزي نايجل مانسل (وليامس-رينو)
1993: الفرنسي ألان بروست (وليامس-رينو)
1994: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (بينيتون-فورد)
1995: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (بينيتون-رينو)
1996: الانكليزي دايمون هيل (وليامس-رينو)
1997: الكندي جاك فيلنوف (وليامس-رينو)
1998: الفنلندي ميكا هاكينن (ماكلارين-مرسيدس)
1999: الفنلندي ميكا هاكينن (ماكلارين-مرسيدس)
2000: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (فيراري)
2001: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (فيراري)
2002: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (فيراري)
2003: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (فيراري)
2004: الالماني ميكايل شوماخر (فيراري)
2005: الاسباني فرناندو الونسو (رينو)
2006: الاسباني فرناندو الونسو (رينو)
2007: الفنلندي كيمي رايكونن (فيراري)
2008: البريطاني لويس هاميلتون (ماكلارين-مرسيديس)
2009: البريطاني جنسون باتون (براون جي بي)
2010: الالماني سيباستيان فيتل (ريد بول)

تصفيات كأس اوروبا 2012: برنامج مباريات الجمعة والسبت

نيقوسيا (قبرص) 24-3-2011 (ا ف ب) - في ما يلي برنامج مباريات غد الجمعة وبعد
غد السبت ضمن تصفيات كأس أوروبا لكرة القدم المقررة عام 2012 في بولندا واوكرانيا:

* الجمعة:
- المجموعة الاولى:
النمسا - بلجيكا في فيينا 30ر21 ت غ

- المجموعة الثالثة:
صربيا - ايرلندا الشمالية 30ر21

- المجموعة الرابعة:
لوكسمبورغ - فرنسا في لوكسمبورغ 00ر22

- المجموعة الخامسة:
المجر - هولندا في بودابست 30ر21

- المجموعة التاسعة:
اسبانيا - تشيكيا في غرناطة 00ر23

* السبت:
- المجموعة الاولى:
المانيا - كازاخستان في كايزرسلاوترن 00ر21

- المجموعة الثانية:
ارمينيا - روسيا في يريفان 00ر17
اندورا - سلوفاكيا في اندورا لا فيلا 00ر21
جمهورية ايرلندا - مقدونيا في دبلن 45ر21

- المجموعة الرابعة:
البوسنة - رومانيا في زينيتشا 15ر20
البانيا - بيلاروسيا في تيرانا 00ر21

- المجموعة السادسة:
جورجيا - كرواتيا في تبيليسي 00ر19
اسرائيل - لاتفيا في تل ابيب 05ر20
مالطا - اليونان في تاكالي 30ر21

- المجموعة السابعة:
ويلز - انكلترا في كارديف 00ر17
بلغاريا - سويسرا في صوفيا 45ر18

- المجموعة الثامنة:
قبرص - ايسلندا في نيقوسيا 00ر20
النروج - الدنمارك في اوسلو 00ر21

* يتأهل بطل كل مجموعة وأفضل وصيف مباشرة الى النهائيات. تخوض المنتخبات
الثمانية الأخرى التي تحتل المركز الثاني الملحق المؤهل في 11-12 و15 تشرين
الثاني/نوفمبر 2011.

كابيللو قد يستبعد لامبارد من مباراة ويلز

لندن 24 آذار/مارس (د ب أ)- أشارت تقارير صحفية اليوم الخميس
إلى أن الإيطالي فابيو كابيللو المدير الفني للمنتخب
الإنجليزي قد يسقط فرانك لامبارد نجم فريق تشيلسي من حساباته
خلال المباراة أمام ويلز في التصفيات المؤهلة لنهائيات كأس
الأمم الأوروبية (يورو 2012).
ويلتقي المنتخب الإنجليزي مع نظيره ويلز بعد غد السبت في
وذكرت صحيفة ذا صن أن لامبارد قد يجلس على مقاعد البدلاء
خلال المباراة على أن يلعب أي من سكوت باركر أو جاريث باري
بجوار جاك ويلشاير.
ويعيش لامبارد موسم عصيب حتى هذه اللحظة بسسب الإصابة أعلى
الفخذ التي ابعدته عن مباريات هامة في الموسم الحالي.

المنتخب الأوليمبي المصري يواجه بوتسوانا بتصفيات لندن 2012

القاهرة 24 آذار/مارس (د ب ا)- يستهل غدا الجمعة المنتخب
الأوليمبي المصري مشواره في التصفيات المؤهلة لدورة الألعاب
الأوليمبية بلندن 2012 عندما يستضيف نظيره البوتسواني على
استاد بتروسبورت .
استقر الجهاز الفنى للمنتخب الأوليمبى بقيادة هانى رمزى على
خطة وتشكيل مباراته المرتقبة أمام بتسوانا ، وينتظر أن يلعب
المنتخب بتشكيل يضم محمد أبوجبل ورامى ربيعة ومعاذ الحناوى
وحسام حسن وإسلام رمضان وشهاب الدين أحمد ومحمود توبة ؟أحمد
سعيد ميدو؟ وأحمد شكرى وأحمد مجدى ومحمد صلاح ومروان محسن ،
فيما يحتفظ الجهاز بكل من على لطفى وسعد الدين سمير وعلى جبر
وحسام عرفات ومصطفى جلال وحسين سيد وأحمد شرويدة على مقاعد
ويعتمد الجهاز الفنى على طريقة ل/ل/ق وسط تأخر معاذ الحناوى
فى الهجمات للقيام بالتغطية الدفاعية ، مع الدفع بحسام حسن
فى مركز الظهير الأيمن بعدما أثبت تفوقا فيه خلال رحلة
الفريق الأخيرة إلى السودان.
على الجانب الآخر، يسعى المنتخب البوتسواني إلى تحقيق نتيجة
إيجابية والعودة بأقل الخسائر حتى تكون مهمته سهلة في لقاء
العودة خاصة وأن المباراة ستقام على أرضه ووسط جمهوره.

طاقم تحكيم جزائري لإدارة مباراة الزمالك المصري والأفريقي

القاهرة 24 آذار/مارس (د ب أ) - تلقى مجلس إدارة نادي
الزمالك المصري برئاسة المستشار جلال إبراهيم فاكسا من
الاتحاد الجزائري لكرة القدم يخطره فيه بأنه استقر على طاقم
التحكيم الذي سيدير مباراة إياب دور الـ 32 ببطولة دوري
أبطال أفريقيا ، المقررة أمام الأفريقي التونسي ، والتي
ستقام باستاد القاهرة الدولي في الثاني من نيسان/أبريل
وتلقى الزمالك فاكسا رسميا أيضا من الاتحاد الجزائرى يفيد
بأسماء طاقم التحكيم بالكامل وهم ، محمد مكنوز حكم ساحة
ومحمد بن روس مساعد أول وفاروق حسنيه مساعد ثان والمغربى
محمد باهو مراقبا.
وخسر الزمالك فى مباراة الذهاب أمام منافسه التونسي 2/4 ،
لذلك يسعى الفريق المصري إلى قلب الموازين في مباراة الإياب

US soldier gets 24 years for murders of 3 Afghans

A U.S. soldier who pleaded responsible Wednesday to the murders of three Afghan civilians was sentence to 24 years in jail after saying "the plan was to kill people" in a scheme with four fellow soldiers.

Military moderator Lt. Col. Kwasi Hawks said he initially intended to verdict Spc. Jeremy Morlock to life in prison with option of parole but was jump by the plea deal.

Morlock, the first of five soldiers from the 5th Stryker Brigade to be court-martialed in the holder, will receive 352 days off of his decree for time served and could be qualified for parole in about seven years, said his lead lawyer, Frank Spinner. He will be ignobly discharged as part of his decree.

The 22-year-old Morlock is a key form in a war crimes probe that has raised some of the most serious unlawful claims to come from the war in Afghanistan. Army investigators accuse him of taking a lead role in the killings of three unarmed Afghan men in Kandahar prefecture in January, February and May 2010.

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Israel retaliates for deadly blast, rocket attacks

Israeli warplanes hit Hamas goals in Gaza early Thursday, hit back for rocket attacks on Israeli cities, as worry peaked over the first lethal bombing aims Israelis in Jerusalem in quite a few years.

A explosion Israel rapidly blamed on Palestinian militants ripped through a bus stop in Jerusalem on Wednesday, killing a woman, hurtful two dozen other people and increasing fears that a period of family member calm could be end as hopes for a negotiate peace fade.

Aggression has been on the rise, with the knife homicide this month of a Jewish settler family as they slept and the deaths of civilians in Gaza by Israeli beat Tuesday in reprisal for rocket fire from the Hamas-ruled strip.

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Gadhafi forces roll back as rebels try to organize

NATO ships began patrol off Libya's coast Wednesday as airstrikes, missiles and eager rebels compulsory Moammar Gadhafi's tanks to roll back from two key western cities, as well as one that was the place of birth of army officers who tried to conquer him in 1993.

Libya's antagonism took haphazard steps to form a government in the east, as they and the U.S.-led force defensive them girded for prolonged and costly fighting. In spite of incompetence among the rebels — and bewilderment over who would in the end run the international process — partnership airstrikes and missiles seemed to frustrate Gadhafi's efforts to rout his enemies, at least for now.

Anti-aircraft fire lit up the sky in Tripoli late Wednesday, and detonation could be heard.

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Tokyo: Tap water not safe for infants

Tap water in Tokyo weathered two times on top of the limits for radioactive iodine careful safe for infants, officials said Wednesday amid growing concerns about food security in the wake of an earthquake and tsunami that crippled a nuclear power plant.

Levels of radioactive iodine in tap water at a water handling center in city center Tokyo that supplies much of the city's tap water limited 210 Becquerel’s per liter of iodine-131, administrators from the Tokyo Water Bureau said at a news symposium.

That amount is more than two times the optional limit of 100 Becquerel per liter for infants, the most vulnerable segment of the populace. Babies in Tokyo should not be fed tap water even though the level is not an urgent health risk for adults, officials said.

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Obama says Gaddafi may wait out military assault

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi may try to stay out a no-fly zone and military attack that has hurt his armed forces, President Barack Obama said on Tuesday in an meeting with CNN.

"Gaddafi may try to hunker down and wait it out even in the face of the no-fly zone, although his forces have been dishonored," Obama said.

The U.S. president's comments official the longtime Libyan leader's staying power and the limits of a U.Napproved no-fly zone over Libya that the United States and European countries are enforce, with some Arab maintain.

U.S. officials have made comprehensible Gaddafi's ouster would be welcome save for was not the goal of the air strikes. Obama said the no-fly zone was inevitable to ensure "the people of Libya aren't beaten by their own military."

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Snipers, shells, tanks terrorize key Libyan city

Moammar Gadhafi's snipers and tanks are frightening civilians in the coastal city of Misrata, a tenant said, and the U.S. armed warn Tuesday it was "considering all options" in answer to dire situation there that have left people cowering in dark homes and parasitical for food and rainwater.

The U.S. is days absent from turning over organize of the air attack on Libya to other countries, President Barack Obama said. Presently how that will be gifted remains in quarrel: Obama spoke Tuesday with British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy in anticipates of quickly resolve the fall out over the transition.

"When this evolution takes place, it is not going to be our planes that are maintaining the no-fly region. It is not going to be our ships that are necessarily enforce the arms embargo. That's correctly what the other nations are going away to do," the president said at a news seminar in El Salvador as he neared the end of a Latin American trip overshadow by events in Libya.

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Japan quake loaded stress on fault closer to Tokyo

The new fiend quake that hit northeastern Japan distorted the earth's surface; geologists speak, loading stress onto a dissimilar section of the fault line much nearer to Tokyo.

Specialists are quick to point out that this doesn't mean an authoritative earthquake is necessarily about to hit the Japanese capital. Albeit it did, the structure of the tectonic plates and fault lines approximately the city makes it improbable that Tokyo would be hit by a quake wherever near the strength of the 9.0-magnitude one that strike March 11, said Roger Musson of the British Geological review.

Other than, given the vast inhabitants — Tokyo and its environs are home to 39 million people — any strong temblor could be shocking.

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Americans appear wary over U.S. role in Libya

Near the beginning comments online and in newspapers point to careful American support for an imperfect role in bombing Libyan air military protection except wariness over tangle the United States in an ill-defined military assignment

The United States was sluggish to act on Libya yet wise to play downward its role in a military interference, some U.S. editorials, columnist and bloggers said. They also raised concern over a apparent lack of leadership in a "war by group."

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, in power seeing as a military coup in 1969, lost manages of large sections of the country in a revolution last month and his armed forces had been warfare back.

Excluding a military coalition, with France, Britain and the United States, has been firing missiles at Libyan aims for several days to insist on a no-fly zone over the country, which was permitted by the U.N. Security Council on Thursday.

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Buoyed by strikes, Libya rebels try to advance

Coalition forces bomb Libya for a third as the crow flies night Monday, targeting the air military protection and services of Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi, stopping his advance and hand some impetus back to the rebels, who were on the verge of beat just last week.

Other than the rebellion's more prearranged military units were still not ready, and the resistance disarray underscores U.S. warnings that a long impasse could emerge.

The air drive by U.S. and European militaries has categorically rearranged the map in Libya and rescued rebels from the instantaneous threat they faced only days ago of being flattened under a prevailing advance by Gadhafi's forces. The first round of airstrikes smashed a column of management tanks that had been touching on the rebel assets of Benghazi in the east.

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Sarah Palin visits Israel, will see Netanyahu

Leading Republican Sarah Palin toured Jerusalem's Western Wall on Sunday as she began a two-day, private visit to Israel.

She too planned on assembly with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at some point in her first trip to the Jewish state to talk about key issue facing the U.S. supporter.

Palin, a 2008 vice presidential candidate is a possible White House candidate in 2012 and a leading light in the monetarily traditional Tea Party movement.

Jointly with the rabbi who oversees the Jewish holy site in Jerusalem's old city, Palin toured the tunnels underneath the Western Wall, which are remnants of a Roman-era Temple.

"As the world face up to sweeping changes and new realisms, I look ahead to meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu to converse the key issues facing his country, our ally Israel," Palin, who fly in from India, said in a report on her website.

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Pentagon: Gadhafi forces in disarray after assault

A U.S..-led alliance has succeed in scattering and dividing Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi's forces after a weekend of demanding air attacks, Pentagon officials say, as well as American military establishment are moving to hand manager of the process to other countries.

Gadhafi is not an aim of the campaign, a senior military bureaucrat said Sunday, but he could not assurance the Libyan leader's security.

Navy vice Adm. William E. Gortney, staff executive for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Pentagon news discussion there is no evidence civilians in Libya have been debilitated in the air assault, code named Odyssey Dawn. Gortney in addition said no allied planes have been lost and all pilots have returned in one piece from missions that used stealth B-2 bombers, jet fighters, in excess of 120 Tomahawk tour missiles and other high-tech weapons.

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Cruise missile blasts Gadhafi's compound near tent

A journey projectile blasted Moammar Gadhafi's housing compound in an attack that accepted as much symbolism as military result, and fighter jets smashed a line of tanks moving on the insurgent capital. The U.S. said the worldwide physical attack would hit any government forces attacking the resistance.

Oil prices jumped to almost $103 a cask Monday in Asia after the Libyan leader vowed a "long war" among a second night of related strikes in the OPEC nation. Jubilant rebels said they predictable to bring him down in a substance of days.

It was not identified where Gadhafi was when the missile hit near his iconic tent late Sunday, except it seemed to show that while the associates trade nuances over whether the Libyan leaders fall is a goal of their operation — he is not safe.

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Los Angeles Galaxy

CARSON, CA - MARCH 20: Landon Donovan #10 of the Los Angeles Galaxy heads the ball as goalkeeper Matt Reis #1 of the New England Revolution looks to make the save in the first half during the MLS match at The Home Depot Center on March 20, 2011 in Carson, California. The Revolution and the Galaxy played to a 1-1 draw.

Argentina's Estudiantes de La Plata forward Hernan Lopez

Argentina's Estudiantes de La Plata forward Hernan Lopez (not in frame) heads the ball to score his second goal against Paraguay's Guarani goalkeeper Pablo Aurrecochea during their Copa Libertadores 2011 group 7 football match at Unico stadium in La Plata, Buenos Aires on March 17, 2011.

Munich's' Turkish midfielder Hamit Altintop

Freiburg's goalkeeper Oliver Baumann (R) and defender Oliver Barth (L) vie for the ball with Munich's' Turkish midfielder Hamit Altintop during the German first division Bundesliga football match SC Freiburg vs FC Bayern Munich in the southern German city of Freiburg on March 19, 2011. Bayern Munich won the match 1-2.