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Authorities were trying to identify one of four objects detected on the ocean floor.
It's thought all on board are dead.
Government forces are accused of beatings, sexual assaults and given electrical shocks on some of more than 5,000 detainees.
Still photos of the detached iceberg show the large section referred to as the "western tongue".
Riot police were forced to use rubber bullets and batons, and the match was abandoned.
Rio's Christ statue is just one of the participating iconic buildings and monuments.
A navy spokesman has insisted the submarine was not on a "secret mission."
The women were judged for their beauty, sympathy and attitude.
New Zealander Pete Bethune came across the barbaric act while in the Amazon.
"I was yelling out for help and no one came," he said.
Sounds detected in the South Atlantic did not come from the sub, lost for five days with 44 crew.
Footage shows the rainbow flags covering the streets.
Forty-four crew are aboard the vessel that began its journey on Thursday.
The sub with more than 40 people on board hasn't been heard from in two days.
Twenty-three different countries gathered in Leon.
The Navy says it's possible the sub had an electrical issue.
The fly-by occurred before the 2-0 loss in Lima.
Matches don't get much bigger for New Zealand and Peru.
Reid was speaking at a press conference ahead of the do-or-die World Cup qualifier against Peru tomorrow.
Hudson was looking to get into the heads of the Peru team at a press conference.
Chris Wood is likely to start in the second leg against Peru, while Smith remains in doubt.
Then delirium sets in.
Rio de Janeiro's favelas have long been known as a haven for drugs and crime.
New Zealand's footballers are settling into Lima after a chaotic journey to South America.
There is no Pacific-wide tsunami threat.
The team was welcomed to Ruapotaka Marae in Glen Innes last night ahead of today's games.
Six people were injured during the incident at Olaya Herrera Airport in Colombia.
The 12-year-old was lucky to escape with his life in the Argentinian town of Posadas.
Thrill-seekers take plunge off 30-metre high bridge near Sao Paulo.
Testing has shown the lithium batteries in the devices are a serious risk.
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