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|SARI PUL Air Jordan Retro For Sale Free Shipping , Afghanistan, Aug. 9 (Xinhua) -- More than 235 Afghan villagers fled their houses and joined displaced relatives in Sari Pul, city capital of northern Sari Pul province late Tuesday, after militants allow them to leave the village seized earlier, authorities said on Wednesday.
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HO CHI MINH CITY, May 10 (Xinhua) -- The 2015 AFF Women's Championship finished here Sunday evening, with goal-scoring feast featuring the 16-match tournament.
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The 25-year-old striker Nisa Romyen of Thailand, who won the crown by beating Myanmar 3-2 in Sunday's final, became the tournament's top scorer with nine goals. She was easily recognized through her movements with lightning speed.
Other leading scorers include Thai 20-year-old striker Alisa Rukpinij with 6 goals, Vietnamese 29-year-old striker Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet with 6, Myanmar 27-year-old midfielder Naw Arlo Wer Phaw with 5, Vietnamese half-backer Nguyen Thi Tuyet Dung with 4 Authentic Air Jordan Retro For Sale , Vietnamese 24-year-old striker Huynh Nhu with 4, Myanmar 26-year-old midfielder Khin Moe Wai with 3, and Australian 15-year-old striker Princess Ibini-Isei with 3.
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BRUSSELS， June 25 (Xinhua) -- At least two persons were arrested in the early hours of Saturday in Belgium suspected of planning attacks in the country， local media reported.
Belgian police launched two separate operations in the cities of Verviers and Mons in Belgium， during each of which arrested at least one person， according to the Belgian public broadcaster RTBF.
The arrested are suspected of preparing an attack during the public broadcasting of the Euro 2016 football matches in Belgium， RTBF quoted the mayor of Verviers Muriel Targnion as saying.
Vierviers is planning a public viewing of the football match Sunday.
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ATHENS, March 8 (Xinhua) -- Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis dismissed media reports on Sunday over a possible referendum for euro in Greece in case the country's creditors would not accept the government's policy program.
"If needed, we will turn to the Greek people again by holding fresh general elections or a referendum," Varoufakis said in an interview with Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera printed on Sunday.
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"Greece' membership in the European common currency zone is not up to discussion ... Obviously in case of a referendum the question raised would concern the government's fiscal and reform agenda," the statement added.
Following a long string of "misinterpretations" of Varoufakis' statements by Greek and international media and "distortions and speculation over a forthcoming credit event," the ministry's statement blasted "the intentional or unintentional attempts to undermine the positive progress of talks between the Greek government and its partners."
The ministry statement concluded that the Feb. 20 euro group deal was moving along with no problems and that "Greece will meet all its financial obligations on time."
Under the Feb. 20 deal Greece won a four- month extension of the four-year bailout which expired on Feb. 28 to secure more aid by lenders and negotiate a final solution to the Greek debt crisis.
Under the agreement Athens would receive no financial assistance until April, and state coffers are under enormous pressure, fuelling scenarios of a credit crunch in coming weeks.
Varoufakis appeared confident that the final list of reforms Athens will.