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  • Vaccination begins at Tunisia-Libya border camp

    15 March 2011 Shousha transit camp, Tunisia–Tunisian Ministry of Public Health, supported by WHO, UNICEF and other health partners, started a vaccination campaign for an estimated 100 children under 5 years currently residing in camps. Strong winds and whirling sand are slowing down preparations, but the organizers are aware of the critical importance of vaccination.

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  • First Images Of WWII German Submarine Sunk 68 Years Ago In Brazil

    The U-Boat was located by the Schurmann Family in July 2011. Almost one year after locating the submarine, the Schurmanns joined efforts with deep sea diving experts to collect images of the U-513. With specialized technology, using a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) the expedition made a 135 meters dive to film and take pictures

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  • Sponsorships for International Sports Management’s Client Athletes

    Corporate sponsorship and marketing consulting group Boss Global Media has signed an exclusive partnership with International Sports Management (ISM) to handle sponsorships and endorsement representation for ISM’s client athletes. ISM is an international sports management agency that represents prominent international professional athletes focusing on golfers and cricketers. “ISM’s list of athletes is stellar,” says BGM

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  • WHO assesses the situation in Misratah, Libya

    26 May 2011 | Geneva — Despite the decrease in fighting over the last week, the health situation in Misratah remains critical, says the World Health Organization (WHO) following a two-day interagency assessment in the western Libyan town. Misratah, Libya’s third largest city, has been the scene of heavy fighting since the beginning of the

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  • SPORTS-OLYMPICS-BVI sprinter trying to rekindle confidence

    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 off a disappointing race after competing in the Welsh International in Cardiff, Wales earlier this

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