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World Surf League
Nazaré Nerveswhich is set to kick off at 8 a.m. Saturday in Portugal, four surfers familiar
World Surf League / Posted 8 days ago
which is set to kick off at 8 a.m. Saturday in Portugal, four surfers familiar with the wave -- Peter Mel, Alex Botelho, Joao De Macedo and Tom Lowe -- broke down their whirlwind schedules and emotions in the days leading up to the event. All... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Paris braces for floods as swollen Seine inches higherstatue of a Crimean soldier on the Pont de l’Alma bridge. ‘Ducks instead of ca
Inquirier.net / Posted 19 days ago
statue of a Crimean soldier on the Pont de l’Alma bridge. ‘Ducks instead of cars’ ADVERTISEMENT It was enough to worry Joao de Macedo, janitor at a residential building in Paris’s upscale 16th Arrondissement. “There are six studios in the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Paris remains on high alert as river Seine continues to risethe Seine lapping half way up the Zouave statue of a Crimean soldier on the Pon
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
the Seine lapping half way up the Zouave statue of a Crimean soldier on the Pont de l'Alma bridge. It was enough to worry Joao de Macedo, janitor at a residential building in Paris's upscale 16th Arrondissement. 'There are six studios in the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Paris braces for floods as swollen Seine inches higherthe Zouave statue of a Crimean soldier on the Pont de l’Alma bridge. – ‘Ducks
The Borneo Post / Posted 20 days ago
the Zouave statue of a Crimean soldier on the Pont de l’Alma bridge. – ‘Ducks instead of cars’ – It was enough to worry Joao de Macedo, janitor at a residential building in Paris’s upscale 16th Arrondissement. “There are six studios in the... Read more
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Gulf News
Paris braces for floods as swollen Seine inches higherits normal height, causing headaches for commuters as well as people living nea
Gulf News / Posted 21 days ago
its normal height, causing headaches for commuters as well as people living near its overflowing banks.It's enough to worry Joao de Macedo, janitor at a residential building in Paris's upscale 16th Arrondissement."There are six studios in the... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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Daily Mail
Paris WILL be hit by devastating '100-year flood', experts warnthe 2016 floods. 'The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. 'The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here,' said Joao De Macedo. 'They put everything up on concrete blocks.' De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Floodwaters threaten Paris, closing roads, tunnels, cellarsthe 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 22 days ago
the 2016 floods. "The first residents left three days ago and yesterday or the day before. Everybody was gone here," said Joao De Macedo. "They put everything up on concrete blocks." De Macedo said he had noticed the water was also making its way... Read more
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