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Sixteen year old Karim Busby lost his life this morning in an accident which occurred at Prospect, St James.

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There are no reported cases of MERS in Barbados or the Caribbean region.

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Joel Wilson will become the 480th Test umpire in history, after being appointed to stand in the first Test between Bangladesh and South Africa next month.

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American Justin Gatlin ran the joint second-fastest time of 2015 to beat Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay in the men's 100m at the Diamond League in Lausanne.

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Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner won more time yesterday in his fight to avoid being extradited from Trinidad and Tobago to the United States to face corruption charges.

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A file picture of Senator McClean (r)

Barbados is committed to a human rights based approach to development.

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, gave this assurance recently at a regional workshop on The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Process: How to Translate Human Rights Commitments into National Realities. It was held at the Hilton Barbados from July 7 to 9.

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Kareem Jabbor Clarke, 27, a prolific, dedicated Amandala journalist and a constant, reassuring presence on the Kremandala compound, was gunned down around 1:00 am yesterday at the corner of Vernon and Lakeview Streets –

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