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BBC News:– Hamza Bin Laden, the son of al-Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden, died in an air strike, US media outlets report, citing intelligence officials. The place and date of death were unclear. The Pentagon did not comment. Bin Laden, thought to be aged about 30, had released audio and video messages calling for attacks on […]

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By Seán Nolan and Krishna Srinivasan Earlier this year, Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe by leaving more than 1,000 people dead, thousands more missing, and damages in the billions. These storms were among the recent reminders of how natural disasters can cause severe and catastrophic damage. Natural disasters destroy lives and property and […]
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After taking some time off to focus on better preparation for what is expected to be an unusually long season, St. Lucia’s world acclaimed highjumper Levern Spencer was back with a bang as she won a gold medal to mark her return to professional competition. Competing on Saturday June 22nd in Sinn Germany at the …
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Chris Gaffaney If we judge William Shakespeare by the first act and scene of his play, Macbeth, he would have been a terrible baseball and cricket umpire, and an even worse football referee. After all, he wrote, “Fair is foul and foul is fair.” However, when I said this to one of my friends, a […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Lifeguards protesting health and safety issues at their headquarters have been staying away from duties at the Maracas beach. As a result, there was no immediate help for a Penal man when he began floundering in the water on Sunday. Lifeguards from the neighbouring beach at Las Cuevas were called to assist. ...

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Trinidad Express:- LIFEGUARDS protesting health and safety issues at their headquarters have been staying away from duties at the Maracas beach. As a result, there was no immediate help for a Penal man when he began floundering in the water on Sunday. Lifeguards from the neighbouring beach at Las Cuevas were called to assist. They arrived […]

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