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- LIBYA: NEWS PHOTOGRAPHER KILLED IN TRIPOLI CLASHES
- SCORES OF MIGRANTS UNACCOUNTED FOR AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES OFF LIBYA: IOM
- Reports: Shipwrecks in Mediterranean Kill 170 Migrants
- Ten Confirmed Dead, 10 Missing From Burning Ships Off Kerch Strait
- Egypt Says Clashes Kill 7 Troops, 59 Militants in Sinai
Rwanda’s Wasps are in upbeat mood ahead of Sunday’s Orange Africa Nations Cup Morocco 2015 first round qualifier against Libya which will be played at the 65000-seater Stade Olympique on the outskirts of Tunis.
Interim head coach Andre Cassa Mbungo …Read more
ISTANBUL, TURKEY–(Marketwire – Oct 5, 2012) – Beşiktaş Football Investments Co. Inc., the first football company which is publicly offered and owned by Beşiktaş JK, one of the most storied athletic clubs in Turkey, and IMG Doğuş, the Turkish joint …Read more
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire), 12 September 2012 — Olympus Pacific Minerals Inc., (TSX: OYM)(ASX: OYM)(OTCQX: OLYMF)(FRANKFURT: OP6)
In the news release, Milestone: Test Work Proves Metallurgical Viability At Jugan Hill, Bau Goldfield, East Malaysia issued September 10, 2012 by Olympus Pacific Minerals …Read more
LONDON: British Virgin Islands (BVI) top sprinter Tahesai Harrigan-Scott is seeking to rekindle her confidence as she prepares to run in the first round of the women’s 100m in the Olympics on August 3.
Harrigan-Scott has been trying to shrug …Read more
NORTH SOUND, Antigua: Fortune favoured Chris Gayle and he marked his return to Tests with a typically flambuoyant half-century, giving West Indies a flourishing start after they mopped up New Zealand’s tail before tea on the second day in the …Read more
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: Indian Premier League (IPL) stars Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo and Sunil Narine will play for Trinidad and Tobago in the Champions League T20 Competition, Sports Minister Anil Roberts has said.
An agreement has been reached that …Read more
ST CROIX, US Virgin Islands: Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago breezed past Guadeloupe and Jamaica brushed aside The Bahamas in their opening matches Wednesday night at the 14th Senior Women’s Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association Championship.
Using mostly second-string players Trinidad …Read more
BIRMINGHAM: Captain Michael Frater says he believes the world will be gunning for Jamaica at the summer Olympics in London as a result of his country’s exploits in Track and Field.
Frater, Jamaica’s men’s 4 x 100m relay squad member, …Read more