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E a música é................Paixão de um Homem. Com muito humor... Sucesso! Show Brega!!!
29 Jun 2010
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O CANTOR "BREGA" de maior sucesso em todos os tempos, Evaldo Braga. No auge do sucesso, aos 24 anos, morreu de um acidente de carro, anos 70. Evaldo foi o primeiro cantor brasileiro a superar Roberto Carlos em vendas de elepês, na época. A Cruz que Carrego é um dos seus maiores sucessos e até hoje é muito tocada nas rádio de todo o Brasil.
24 Dec 2009
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. After blasts on Friday and early Monday, fears of a third explosion at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant are surfacing. 180,000 people have been evacuated. RT reports. “Again, we are hearing the third reactor has lost its cooling capacity, increasing fears that it will overheat and cause another blast. Meanwhile, engineers have been using seawater to try to cool down reactors at the complex, which were damaged in the quake to avert a catastrophic nuclear meltdown.” As rescue efforts continue, Japanese officials say the death toll of the earthquake and tsunami may could exceed 10,000 people. Libyan rebels lost control of crucial oil town of Brega over the weekend. As forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi continue to make progress, euronews explains the pressure the rebels face. “The regime appears to be getting closer to the opposition stronghold of Benghazi. The city of Ajdabiya lies on its path. And on Sunday, rebels there were bracing themselves for an attack. Gaddafi has vowed, has he put it, to liberate all of Libya. On state television he said he was certain of victory and that he would bury the rebels.” Also in the Middle East — Bahrain protesters are calling for help from other Arab states, as they face increased violence from law enforcements. Al Jazeera shares this video. “Shocking evidence of the lack of control Bahrain authorities have over the security services. A policeman uses a handgun to reportedly fire live rounds indiscriminately toward protesters. He then retreats to his vehicle.” One thousand troops from Saudi Arabia arrived in Bahrain early today as part of the Gulf Cooperation Council forces, aiming to gain control and maintain stability in the country. In U.S. news -- State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley resigned yesterday over controversial comments he made about the Pentagon’s treatment of Army private Bradley Manning, who is suspected of leaking information to WikiLeaks. CNN reports Crowley called Manning’s placement into solitary confinement "ridiculous, counterproductive and stupid.” At a press conference on Sunday, Crowley said he regrets going public with his statements, but he fears the mistreatment of Manning could undermine the prosecution and hurt President Obama’s worldwide reputation. The former Clinton aide had served the U.S. in and out of uniform for more than 30 years. In sports -- selection Sunday ranked Duke, Kansas, Pittsburgh, and Ohio State as number one seeds for this’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. CBS Sports says it was the Big East conference who really came out on top sending 11 teams to the big dance. CBS Sports reporters talked with tournament chair Jeff Hathaway. Reporter: “Mr. Hathaway I want to know, you’re very familiar with how successful the Big East has been this year -- 11 teams in the tournament. How hard was it to put them into the brackets when you want to avoid some of those second round matchups that could occur. HATHAWAY: “Well certainly it is a challenge to have 11 teams from one conference come into the bracket, but you may know after the ninth team the bracketing policies are relaxed and give us the flexibility to accommodate the bracket.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Rebel forces in Libya are looking west toward the capital of Tripoli after a series of victories in eastern coastal cities. Rebels recaptured Ajdabiya early Saturday - then went on to take Ras Lanuf and Brega. Those victories put every main oil terminal in eastern Libya in the hands of rebel forces. (VIDEO FROM BFM TV) Al Jazeera credits much of the opposition’s success to allied air strikes targeting Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s air defense capabilities. “Air strikes just before dawn did this. We counted at least 12 tanks here, some still burning with the shells inside occasionally exploding. They are celebrating a victory, but it’s a victory that wouldn’t have been possible without the devastating air power of the coalition.” Gaddafi representatives accuse the west of illegally aiding rebel fighters despite a publicly stated goal of only intervening to protect civilians. By most accounts pro-Gaddafi forces fled newly-won rebel territory without much of a fight. “…Optimistic talk of moving all the way over into the Gadhafi strong hold of Tripoli. The rebels are back on offense.” Others find it the optimism harder to believe. An international affairs professor at DC’s American University tells MSNBC – don’t count pro-Gaddafi forces out just yet. “Even if we could foresee a situation where the rebels could march on Tripoli and take control, my concern would be that supporters of Gadhafi would not let it end there. I think he does have significant support, maybe not majority support, but I think still significant support. And the idea that they're just going to fade into the desert I think is a bit of wishful thinking.” And as rebels hope to advance west – The Economist offers a bleak picture of their prospects there. The writer points to the isolated western rebel outpost of Misrata – where casualties mount and rebel fighters are outnumbered. “What happens in Misrata will have an impact on whether the coalition and the rebels have to settle for a stalemate lasting at least some months… For now, it remains unlikely that the rag-tag rebel forces have the capacity to move much further west than Ras Lanuf. … Even if the coalition is willing to provide advancing rebel forces with close air support … they still lack the training, weapons and command structure to be able take advantage of it against more disciplined troops.” In joint Sunday interviews – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates were more optimistic – calling recent rebel gains “significant.” President Obama is set to deliver a televised address on the U.S. role in Libya Monday. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in news feed Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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BY JACQUELINNE MEJIA ANCHOR SALEM SOLOMEN You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy As fighting continues in the strategic oil town of Brega, - reports indicate the Libyan rebels are losing ground. “Well, the rebels are once again moving backwards. They’ve been trying to push forward towards Brega, they’ve sent heavy weapons up ahead to try and clear a path through for their forces, but for now, all we can see is retreat.” A reporter for Al Jazeera notes- much more sophisticated equipment will be needed by rebel forces if they’re going to topple Moammar Gaddafi’s loyalists. “There’s definitely greater discipline amongst the anti-government forces, but then again, it’s going to take much more than that. They still need much more weaponry and much more ammunition if they’re to push Gaddafi’s forces back through Brega, and further west.” And further west in the city of Misrata -the third largest city in Libya- continued shelling is weakening the rebels’ grip. A writer for the Telegraph reports Gaddafi is shelling out big bucks to anyone willing to fight for him. “Under the deal struck by Col Gaddafi with Tuareg chiefs, he is believed to pay tribal leaders 3,000 euros a head and footsoldiers up to 400 euros each, a huge sum for men from an impoverished community, to fight for him.” The Guardian reports- it doesn’t seem like the rebels or the loyalists have the upper hand- calling the fight a stalemate, for now. “The slowing of the coalition mission has only helped to contribute to a growing sense that the conflict in Libya is stumbling into a new and uncertain phase, marked not by the strengths of the opposing sides but by a realisation of their weaknesses.” The Washington Post adds- the reason rebels aren’t making much headway is because most of the fighters are totally inexperienced. “Many of the rebels had never picked up a weapon before the uprising against Gaddafi began in February, and the largely volunteer force narrowly missed being routed in March when coalition planes halted Gaddafi’s forces as they reached Benghazi, the rebel capital.” And euronews explains- perhaps the greatest example of the mistakes of this rookie army are in the ‘friendly-fire’ incident that occurred during a NATO airstrike. “Friday's bombing took place during the battle for the strategic oil town of Brega in eastern Libya. A spokesman for the National Transitional Council said the deaths were a "regrettable incident" that happened by mistake as a consequence of the advance of the revolutionaries." Reports indicate rebels were waiting on the streets leading up to Brega for coalition airstrikes to break the standstill. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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Músicas brega com Roberto Villar
18 Jan 2013
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Musica brega do Estado do Pará.
18 Jan 2013
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Chancha Via Circuito y Quilapayun- Cumbia \ Cumbia Malembe
16 Jul 2008
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Un músico callejero se reencuentra el amor de su vida; dos borrachos desayunan cubatas con marisco; un hombre cocina, cocina y cocina para la mujer que nunca llega; dos hombres se quieren, pero se esconden; una cocinera sueña con ser cantante; Una joven quiere, lo que un hombre no dá, mientras un camarero se muere por ella; un macedonio está perdido por desamor en Santiago de Compostela; una pareja de ancianos que ya se lo ha dicho todo desayuna, come y cena en silencio. Todas estas historias se cruzan a lo largo de un día de ficción en 18 comidas, una película de emociones servidas en torno a una mesa, un viaje por los sentimientos en la más universal de todas las luchas: la de ser feliz. 6 historias, 24 personajes, un día de ficción, 90 horas de material, 6 meses de montaje. 18 comidas es todo eso y mucho más. Es un puzzle de sentimientos de personas muy distintas que comparten un mismo objetivo: la felicidad. Es un cruce constante de caminos a lo largo de desayunos, comidas y cenas, con una frontera muy difusa entre la risa y el llanto. Como la vida misma.
19 Nov 2010
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Initial reports claimed radioactive water found in Japan’s damaged reactor 2 were not 10,000 times above normal like previously claimed, but rather, 10-million times the normal level. “...these levels are 10-million times higher...” (Video Source: CNN) “The levels now are 10 million times higher than normal.” (Video Source: WFAA) “Tests are coming in at 10-million times the normal level in water...” (Video Source: KCRA) “In one unit, the radiation is 10 million times higher than it is during normal operation.” (Video Source: KNTV) The media was quick to notice- there’s a big difference between 10,000 and 10 million. So who got it wrong...and why? “The power company TEPCO has came out and said simply a very short statement. ‘The number is not credible. It's a mistake. We’re very sorry.’” (Video Source: KGO) “We can’t be sure exactly how they got it wrong, and we can’t be 100% certain at this point that they did.” (Video Source: BBC) The Daily Mail says the mistake gives more ammo to those opposed to how the Tokyo Electric Power Company, or TEPCO, is handling the cleanup. “[C]ritics of the way the nuclear crisis is being handled said that if an error in the readings had been made it proved the Tokyo Electric Company had lost control and were making ‘one mistake after another’.” And MSNBC reports- Japanese officials are angry at TEPCO for keeping secrets. “...but were angered by news that the plants owner, TEPCO, knew radioactive water was gathering in at least one of the reactors, but didn’t disclose it until after three workers were exposed.” Erroneous reports aside--some are just asking one question: what’s in Japan’s future? A writer for the NASDAQ website says...nothing good. “Demand for Japanese products will diminish as fear of radiation keep consumers from buying, even if they've been declared safe by the Japanese or American governments. It's the way all people react when they don't know exactly what the truth is or fear the worst.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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August 16, 2011 (2:25) President Obama is touring the Midwest; Syrian security forces open fire on a 4th day of protests; Gaddafi loyalists use scud missiles on rebel force
18 Aug 2011
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August 16, 2011 (2:06) Unnamed U.S. officials have reportedly told news media that Gaddafi has used the first scud missile against rebel forces.
18 Aug 2011
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Ein Reigen des Essens und Redens in Santiago de Compostela, begleitet von den Gerüchen der Küche und den Farben der Früchte, des Gemüses und des Weins. Vom Frühstück bis zum Abendessen sprechen, plaudern, streiten und lachen 18 verschiedene Menschen miteinander. Bei brutzelnden Scampi, Pasta, Pesto und Jámon Serrano geht es um heimliche Sehnsüchte, Beziehungskrisen und Freundschaften. Um die Trauer um den sterbenden Vater, das Erschrecken über ein Coming-Out und das Glück einer Liebe. Una fiesta de sabores y aromas en Santiago de Compostela. Son dieciocho personas reunidas desde el desayuno hasta la cena compartiendo desde los camarones, la pasta con pesto hasta los deseos secretos y prohibidos. Hablan, ríen, pelean. Entre el jamón serrano y las frutas cuentan sus crisis de pareja, la tristeza del padre muerto, el asusto por un Coming Out y la suerte de encontrar el amor...
6 Dec 2012
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ESPECIAL DO IKARO NA DANGER..LABELLE, ALEXIA, LEILA, SILVETTY E A NOSSA ANA MARIA BREGA VALENTINE
22 Dec 2009
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UPTADE DIA 16/01/2010 O video foi feito em setembro de 2008, ou seja, a muSICA BREGA que voces falam, estava na moda naquela epoca...download here: *******filesharecentral****/chieritsosiieys192540/Damage
5 Mar 2010
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