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RIO DE JANEIRO Nouveau Air Vapormax Pas Cher , Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Fluminense coach Enderson Moreira has leapt to the defence of Ronaldinho after the 35-year-old was jeered by his own fans in a 2-1 loss to Atletico Mineiro on Sunday.

Ronaldinho was replaced in the 68th minute after a discreet performance against his former club at the Maracana stadium.

The former Barcelona and AC Milan attacker has yet to score in six matches since joining Fluminense in July.

Moreira said the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year winner was still seeking rhythm, having not played regularly since leaving Mexico's Queretaro in June.

"It's the price he is paying for that period of inactivity," Moreira said. "We are looking for the right path for him to take. It's not easy.

"World football is competitive. First of all what he needs is sequence of matches, then good preparation. He is a player of extreme quality but he is behind the others in terms of fitness and it is showing."

The result lifted Atletico Mineiro to second in the standings while Fluminense slipped to sixth.

Ronaldinho riled some Fluminense supporters by posing for photographs after the match with his former Atletico teammates.

Goalkeeper Victor posted one of the images on his Facebook page along with the words: "Great victory! Fundamental in the race for first place. A reunion with this great man!"

World Cup winner Ronaldinho remains an idol at Atletico Mineiro, who he helped win the 2013 Copa Libertadores, South America's premier club trophy.

TOKYO, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- Japan's biggest automaker Toyota said Tuesday that its group net profit in the second quarter of 2015 rose 10.0 percent on yearly basis to a record 646.39 billion yen ( 5.2 billion U.S. dollars), bolstered by robust sales in North America and the yen's depreciation.

In the three-month period ended in June 30, Toyota's consolidated operating profit climbed 9.1 percent to a record 756. 00 billion yen (6.10 billion U.S. dollars) and sales rose 9.3 percent to 6.99 trillion yen (56.37 billion U.S. dollars).

It also revised upward its group sales outlook slightly for the current business year through next March to 27.8 trillion yen from 27.5 trillion yen estimated previously.

In the reporting period, Toyota's global sales dropped 11,000 vehicles from a year earlier to 2.5 million. But sales in North America saw an increase, which rose to 729,000.

Regarding the profit rise, Toyota managing officer Tetsuya Otake said in a statement"Favourable foreign exchange rates and cost reduction efforts were main positive factors."

The Iraq War or Warfare in Iraq started on March 20, 2003 with the invasion of Iraq by the United States under the administration of President George W. Bush and the United Kingdom below Prime Minister Tony Blair. The war can also be referred to as Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Second Gulf War.

Prior to the invasion, the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom asserted that the possibility of Iraq using weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threatened their security and that of their coalitionregional allies. In 2002, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1441 which known as for Iraq to fully cooperate with UN weapon inspectors to confirm that it was not in possession of weapons of mass destruction and cruise missiles. The United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Fee (UNMOVIC) was given access by Iraq beneath provisions of the UN decision however found no proof of weapons of mass destruction. Further months of inspection to conclusively confirm Iraq’s compliance with the UN disarmament necessities weren’t undertaken. Head weapons inspector Hans Blix suggested the UN Security Council that whereas Iraq’s cooperation was “lively”, it was not “unconditional” and not “speedy”. Iraq’s declarations with reference to weapons of mass destruction could not be verified on the time, however unresolved tasks concerning Iraq’s disarmament could possibly be completed in “not years, not weeks, but months”.

Following the invasion, the U.S.-led Iraq Su

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