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  • Make the National Drinks of Mexico and Cameroon for their Matchup Today

    The last leg of Group A will go up against each other at 11:30 EST and it promises to be a solid head to head. Chicharito and the young Mexican squad face off against Eto’o and his Cameroon team. What better way to get a full day of World Cup games started than to make the drink of choice for both teams native land. Cameroon drinks palm wine or white mimbo, which is fermented sap from palm trees. The sap is extracted from the tree and sometimes an alternate method is used by felling the entire tree. Where this is practiced, a fire is sometimes lit at the cut end to facilitate the collection of sap. Mexico is known for it’s tequila. Straight, neat, mixed, however you’re drinking it is fine, but if you’re in Mexico we suggest always drink it straight or sip it neat.

  • 10 Soccer Players to Watch for the 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil

    The 2013 Confederations Cup is a pre-stage of the world’s biggest event, the World Cup. It is always held a year before, and one nation is always picked to hold both tournaments consecutively. Brazil will be the host this time around. The winner of this giant soccer tournament has bragging rights, because it is a tournament that holds the champions from all the different sectors of the world. This time around, there are new comers, Tahiti, with another, Nigeria, coming back after a long absence since the 1990s. With only eight teams involved, all eyes will still be watching this tournament in Brazil as it is still a very competitive tournament. The event will have major soccer stars involved. So, if you are going to tune in, make sure you keep an eye out for the top ten players that will bring excitement to this tournament. Most likely, there will be more than just ten soccer stars that will bring the spirit of soccer in this event. However, it is always good to know on who to keep an eye on, especially for this fantastic soccer tournament that sets the stage for the World Cup!

  • The Violence of Mexican Drug Cartels [Video Infographic]

    A bitterly violent war against Mexican Drug Cartels wages on across the U.S. border. Tens of thousands are being murdered, and over a million are being forced to flee their homes. U.S. laws and policy play a major role in the conflict’s violence. This video is about understanding the complexities of the war and why it is happening. Source: visually.com

 
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