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The New Zealand Herald
Simon Nixon: Councils have played a role in declinehad up to 14 empty shops and, while there has been some recovery, this improvem
Simon Nixon: Councils have played a role in decline
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 41 minutes ago
had up to 14 empty shops and, while there has been some recovery, this improvement may not be permanent. Of course city centres elsewhere are facing similar difficulties. Almost 40 years ago, in 1976, the old Hastings City Council implemented... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
George Osborne to announce extra £500m investment for Faslane, creating thousands of jobsat least two per cent of GDP on defence. By the end of this decade Faslane is
George Osborne to announce extra £500m investment for Faslane, creating thousands of jobs
EveningTimes Online / Posted 45 minutes ago
at least two per cent of GDP on defence. By the end of this decade Faslane is due to become the Royal Navy’s ‘Submarine Centre of Specialisation’. It currently has around 6,700 military and civilian staff and contractors, but this is forecast... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
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The Young Witness
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
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Western Advocate
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a sh
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 hours ago
knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a shoe-box gifts for children in third world and disaster affected countries? Can you sew and knit? We need your help. Contact Faye Taylor 6331 5924 or 0418 167 958. THE... Read more
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Kiama Independent
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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Manning River Times
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Manning River Times / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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The North West Star
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
The North West Star / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
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WA Today
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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The Age
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
5h
Canberra Times
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distancedid not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in Jul
In Phuketwan case, Reuters supports media freedom - but from a distance
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
did not send a reporter or company representative to the three-day trial in July despite that its paragraph was at the centre of the case. Mr Morison, 67, a former senior editor on The Age, said Reuters has "let the little guys take the... Read more
18 related stories
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The Border Mail
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
The Border Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
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The Courier
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
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heraldscotland
George Osborne accused of jumping gun on Trident as he announces £500m for Faslaneat least two per cent of GDP on defence. By the end of this decade Faslane is
George Osborne accused of jumping gun on Trident as he announces £500m for Faslane
heraldscotland / Posted 9 hours ago
at least two per cent of GDP on defence. By the end of this decade Faslane is due to become the Royal Navy’s ‘Submarine Centre of Specialisation’. It currently has around 6,700 military and civilian staff and contractors, but this is forecast... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
The Young Witness
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
The Young Witness / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
Western Advocate
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Western Advocate / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
Kiama Independent
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
Manning River Times
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Manning River Times / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
Goondiwindi Argus
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
The North West Star
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
The North West Star / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
10h
Daily Liberal
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argue
Australia should embrace 'US-style privately managed public schools'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
a way to boost the poor test results of Australian students, a new report argues. The report, published by the free market Centre for Independent Studies, argues that charter schools would encourage innovation and extend school choice to poorer... Read more
15 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a sh
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a shoe-box gifts for children in third world and disaster affected countries? Can you sew and knit? We need your help. Contact Faye Taylor 6331 5924 or 0418 167 958. THE... Read more
37 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a sh
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a shoe-box gifts for children in third world and disaster affected countries? Can you sew and knit? We need your help. Contact Faye Taylor 6331 5924 or 0418 167 958. THE... Read more
37 related stories
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The Young Witness
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a sh
BathurstAM| Monday, August 31, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 11 hours ago
knitters urgently wanted for Operation Christmas Child. Can you help make a shoe-box gifts for children in third world and disaster affected countries? Can you sew and knit? We need your help. Contact Faye Taylor 6331 5924 or 0418 167 958. THE... Read more
37 related stories
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Daily Telegraph
Jack Nicholson 'offered Princess Margaret cocaine' book claimsbehaviour. Dressed in an eye-catching black and silver Dior dress, the royal, w
Jack Nicholson 'offered Princess Margaret cocaine' book claims
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
behaviour. Dressed in an eye-catching black and silver Dior dress, the royal, who would turn 50 the following year, was the centre of attention and enjoying herself immensely. Having turned down Nicholson’s offer, she is said to have stayed at the... Read more
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The Hindu
Rethinking reservations and ‘development’policy in government jobs has added to this frustration. The danger of the dem
Rethinking reservations and ‘development’
The Hindu / Posted 12 hours ago
policy in government jobs has added to this frustration. The danger of the demographic dividend turning into a demographic disaster is looming over the State. And similarly across the country, unless adequate jobs are created for the large labour... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
If we do nothing about Syria, then the refugees will keep on comingcycling holidays; perhaps even Club 18-30, in the racier parts of Damascus – sh
If we do nothing about Syria, then the refugees will keep on coming
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
cycling holidays; perhaps even Club 18-30, in the racier parts of Damascus – shades of Beirut in the good old days. At the centre of it all was the magnetic pull of culture, and history, and the touristic notion that you could better yourself by... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Southampton 3 Norwich City 0just stood and watched Tadic stroll past him and net the rebound. Sorry Russell
Southampton 3 Norwich City 0
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 13 hours ago
just stood and watched Tadic stroll past him and net the rebound. Sorry Russell you have served the club well but not at centre back. You are just not up to it. Sunday, August 30, 2015 Dubai -- cannot agree that Southampton were awful. They... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Change Everything or Face A Global Katrinaam posting, for the first time, the entire section on Hurricane Katrina from my
Change Everything or Face A Global Katrina
Op-Ed News / Posted 16 hours ago
am posting, for the first time, the entire section on Hurricane Katrina from my last book, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism. Rereading the chapter 10 years after the events transpired, I am struck most by this fact: the same... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ten years on, New Orleans' Lower Ninth 'worse than before Katrina'the appropriately named Flood Street, the Lower Ninth's first grocery shop fina
Ten years on, New Orleans' Lower Ninth 'worse than before Katrina'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
the appropriately named Flood Street, the Lower Ninth's first grocery shop finally opened recently, a decade after the disaster. For years residents had managed without one, and it wasn't Mr Obama's government that eventually provided... Read more
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iol.co.za
Dying for right to medical parolea common issue as “it is accepted that the over-population of inmates per avail
Dying for right to medical parole
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
a common issue as “it is accepted that the over-population of inmates per available infrastructure is a problem in certain centres and then, within such centres, largely in the communal cells and, in some instances, single cells where inmates are... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Another Air Crash Claims Seven in Kadunathe Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, aborted an official trip
Another Air Crash Claims Seven in Kaduna
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, aborted an official trip to Port Harcourt to visit the scene of the disaster, and "families of some of the deceased personnel, in company of the Air Officer Commanding Training Command, Air... Read more
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New Kerala
Tropical storm kills four in Haitiforced authorities to evacuate hundreds of people. Haiti's Prime Minister Evan
Tropical storm kills four in Haiti
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
forced authorities to evacuate hundreds of people. Haiti's Prime Minister Evans Paul called for solidarity "to face this disaster". The interior ministry announced it had made 1,966 shelters available with a capacity to accommodate up to 340,407... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Sunday Chimes #53 - Tubbs robs the Hatterscrowd. There is of course the old pillar problem blocking views depending on y
Sunday Chimes #53 - Tubbs robs the Hatters
vitalfootball co uk / Posted yesterday
crowd. There is of course the old pillar problem blocking views depending on your seat - mine was only a section of the centre of the pitch and the Milton End corner. There is very little leg room not helped by the constant movement of fans back... Read more
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Scotsman
US marks 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrinanight former president Bill Clinton headlined a free concert and prayer service
US marks 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
night former president Bill Clinton headlined a free concert and prayer service celebration at the city’s Smoothie King Centre. In addition to the former president the event featured performances by the city’s Rebirth Brass Band, award-winning... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
My Arctic journey shows how a warming climate exposes our most fragile ecosystem – and threatens its very survivala result, the Arctic’s sea ice cap has shrunk by nearly a third since 1979, acc
My Arctic journey shows how a warming climate exposes our most fragile ecosystem – and threatens its very survival
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
a result, the Arctic’s sea ice cap has shrunk by nearly a third since 1979, according to the US National Snow and Ice Data Centre. Finding enough ice in which to get trapped is becoming the Arctic’s real problem. That erosion of ice is likely only... Read more
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Daily Mail
Philippines sisters who wowed X Factor judges won THREE shows alreadyBritish TV), on last night's evidence the heart of the show has been ripped out
Philippines sisters who wowed X Factor judges won THREE shows already
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
British TV), on last night's evidence the heart of the show has been ripped out. What we are left with is X Factor Lite. Centre stage: New X Factor judge Rita Ora (pictured) appears to dance with a contestant near the judging panel New girl on... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Libya arrests three suspected smugglers over migrant boat disaster that killed 200 people Libyan authorities have arrested three people on suspi
Libya arrests three suspected smugglers over migrant boat disaster
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
that killed 200 people Libyan authorities have arrested three people on suspicion of involvement in launching a boat packed with migrants that sank off the country's Mediterranean... Read more
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Daily Mail
Groom's teenage son drowned in Mauritius just two days after weddingdrinking from coconuts, watching the women’s water aerobics, Could life get any
Groom's teenage son drowned in Mauritius just two days after wedding
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
drinking from coconuts, watching the women’s water aerobics, Could life get any better?’ RELATED ARTICLES A week on from disaster, Shoreham falls silent to honour the...'You never think when you bring children into this world... Share this... Read more
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Phayul
Dharamshala beats Shimla to become first ‘Smart City’ in the statewith the downfall for Shimla’s loss largely attributed to its poor implementati
Dharamshala beats Shimla to become first ‘Smart City’ in the state
Phayul / Posted yesterday
with the downfall for Shimla’s loss largely attributed to its poor implementation of the 147 Crore sanction by the centre for allocations made on development of water distribution system, sewage networking and e-governance projects. These... Read more
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Eye Witness News
GP Disaster Management condemns claims of poor working conditions Officials said it is engaging with the head of Joburg Emergency Services to d
GP Disaster Management condemns claims of poor working conditions
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
Officials said it is engaging with the head of Joburg Emergency Services to deal with the allegations swiftly. FILE: Officials said it is engaging with the head of Joburg Emergency... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Menaced by gangs, El Salvador’s children are running for their livesare good enough to send him away.” Then she turned with Fernando and led him o
Menaced by gangs, El Salvador’s children are running for their lives
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
are good enough to send him away.” Then she turned with Fernando and led him out the big metal doors of the deportation centre to catch a bus back to their town, with the single goal of keeping him alive long enough to hand him over to another... Read more
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International Business Times
Tropical storm Erika: 20 dead in Dominica as cyclone edges towards Cuba and Florida [Photos] together," he said. "The extent of the devastation is monumental. We have, in e
Tropical storm Erika: 20 dead in Dominica as cyclone edges towards Cuba and Florida [Photos]
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
together," he said. "The extent of the devastation is monumental. We have, in essence, to rebuild Dominica." The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency said search and rescue operations are continuing and warnings are still in place for... Read more
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Squawka
Deal Reportedly Close: Man Utd Finalising Surprise Move For Versatile Starvan Gaal continually shuffled the defence in the manager’s debut Premier League
Deal Reportedly Close: Man Utd Finalising Surprise Move For Versatile Star
Squawka / Posted yesterday
van Gaal continually shuffled the defence in the manager’s debut Premier League season. It was also the Manchester-born centre-back’s first taste of the English top flight, after loan spells in the Championship in 2013/14 with Blackpool and... Read more
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