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Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll est née le 2 février 1977 à Beyrouth (Liban. Fille unique d'une famille d'origine libanaise, ses parents s'appellent William Mebarak et Nidia Ripoll. Dès l'âge de 8 ans elle compose sa première chanson et, accompagnée par ses parents, elle commence à faire son apparition dans différents programmes télévisés et radiphoniques. A 13 ans l'aventure va au delà de tout ce qu'elle pouvait imaginer quand ses parents arrivent aux portes de Sony Music et disent à un des dirigents qu'ils leur amènent une fille qui chante très bien et qui veut enregistrer son premier disque. On lui fait signer un contrat et Shakira enregistre son premier disque "Magia" à 13 ans et "Peligro" à 15 ans. Shakira a été propulsée par un de ses grands succès "Whenever, wherever ". Depuis elle enchaine les contrats avec les maisons de disques, ses chansons sont très populaires.
Italy defender Marco Materazzi has denied a report that he called Zinedine Zidane a "dirty terrorist" seconds before the French captain head-butted him in Sunday's World Cup final.
"It is absolutely not true, I did not call him a terrorist.
"I'm ignorant. I don't even know what the word means," the Italian news agency Ansa quoted Materazzi as saying after the Italian team returned to Rome.
"The whole world saw what happened on live TV," he added.
The Paris-based anti-racism group SOS Racism quoted sources as saying Materazzi had used the phrase.
"According to several very well informed sources from the world of football, it would seem that the Italian player Marco Materazzi called Zinedine Zidane a 'dirty terrorist'," the group said in a statement.
Zidane, the son of Algerian immigrants, was shown a red card after the incident and Italy went on to win on penalties after the match was tied 1-1 following extra time.
SOS Racism called for an inquiry and said world soccer's governing body FIFA had recently toughened sanctions against racism.
"It's for this reason that SOS Racism asks in a determined fashion for FIFA to shed light on this altercation and that sanctions laid out in the official rules be applied should this be the case," SOS Racism said.
French television reported that Zidane would talk about the incident "in the coming days".
The head butt was provoked by a "very serious" comment made by Materazzi, said Zidane's agent.
A Brazilian television channel said Zidane's moment of madness might have been provoked by Materazzi calling his sister a prostitute.
A program on the channel employed lip-reading experts, who said footage of the incident showed the Italian twice insulted Zidane's sister.
The program claimed Materazzi made the same comment twice before then using a "coarse word" at the French player.
Zidane's agent Alain Migliaccio confirmed to the BBC on Monday that it had been verbal rather than physical abuse from the Italian defender that had triggered the violent reaction.
"He told me Materazzi said something very serious to him but he wouldn't tell me what," Migliaccio said.
"Zinedine didn't want to talk about it but he will talk about it in the next couple of days.
"He is a man who normally lets things wash over him but on Sunday night something exploded inside him.
"He was very disappointed and sad. He didn't want it to end this way."
FIFA meanwhile has denied video evidence played any role in Zidane's dismissal.
Referee Horacio Elizondo missed the clash and issued a red card only after being contacted by the fourth official at the match.
There had been speculation, from France coach Raymond Domenech among others, that the official had intervened after seeing the incident replayed on the numerous television screens close to the side of the pitch.
But FIFA spokesman Andreas Herren denied there had been a de facto use of video evidence in this case.
"The fourth official saw it as it happened on the pitch and directly advised the referee and the referee took action. Full stop," he said.
"It appears the referee was waiting for the situation to clear up a little bit before taking action."