16 juin 2002

Brazil-Germany: The long awaited clash

To see Brazil and Germany win matches in World Cup is not a surprise. But the Mannschaft compete the Selecao in a World Cup, that's what assimilates more of fiction.Pele against Franz Beckenbauer, Scorâtes faces Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Romario verses Luther Matthaus. This was never heard of. Such a match became a kind of "impossible" game in the history of the World Cup, and certainly a curiosity for international football.Both selections have played more games in World Cups than any other team (83 for Brazil and 82 for... [Lire la suite]
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14 juin 2002

According to a french expert, LNG is the future of energy in Egypt

The French expert in energy Michel Chatelus said that liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a prosperous future for Egypt through the reserves estimated between 1200 and 3000 billion cubic meters. Chatelus, professor of economics at the Institut of Politicql studies in Grenoble, said that the oil reserves in Egypt amounted to 400 million tonnes (one tonne of oil = 7,3 barrels), which represent less than 1% of world reserves, while production reaches 750 thousand barrels/day. The french expert believes that Egypt will stop its oil... [Lire la suite]
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01 juin 2002

Senegal's victory in the eyes of the French in Cairo

Sadness and surprise dominated the faces of the French residents in Cairo following the unexpected defeat Friday of the French football team against Senegal (0/1) in the opening game of the 2002 World Cup.At the beginning of the ceremony organized by the French Center for Culture and Cooperation (CFCC) for the match, all the french fans were preparing themselves to celebrate, until the 30th minute, the first victory of the "bleus", holders of the title, at the World Cup held in South Korea and Japan. However, when the... [Lire la suite]
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