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The Wushu Cup will debut at the V ALBA Games

– Two sporting victories in the interest of Angola news

– Futsal from Lebanon resumes international confrontations towards the Arab Cup

– Suns-Clippers, a great attraction to start the playoffs in the NBA

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Havana, April 10 (Prensa Latina) Cuba will compete in the lucrative Wushu Sports Show V ALBA scheduled for April 21-29, which Venezuela is bailing out after 12 years without a contract, the flag of the day.

Indeed, this is the first time that the island has participated in a regional competition for this centuries-old system of exhibition and communication originating in China, an opportunity that generates enthusiasm among members of the cast directed by Professor Roberto Vargas Lee.

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Luanda, April 10 (Prensa Latina) Angola is back in the daily routine today, after Easter celebrations and success in two regional basketball and judo tournaments.

The victory achieved by the stadiums, on Sunday, ensured the classification of the national team to the first African Games for the Disabled, scheduled to be held from September 2 to 13, in Ghana.

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Beirut, April 10 (Prensa Latina) The Lebanese Football Association (LFA) confirmed today that the men’s national football team will resume its international matches tomorrow against Cyprus, in preparation for the Arab Cup next June.

And the Lebanese Football Association, through its Twitter account, highlighted the arrival of the Cypriot team in the capital, with the aim of facing duels tomorrow and Thursday at Sadaka Stadium.

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WASHINGTON, April 10 (Prensa Latina) PHOENIX SUNS – The Los Angeles Clippers are today the sexiest duo in the NBA Quarterfinals in the United States, after concluding the regular phase the day before.

The Clippers finished fifth in the Western Conference ahead of the defending champion Golden State Warriors, and will open the postseason against the Suns led by Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, Chris Paul, Deanry Ayton and Josh Okoje.


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