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woman, not yet connected to bungee cord, mishears "jump" command for herself, falls to her death

Democratic Underground 22 Jul 2021
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Woman, 25, with unattached bungee cord jumps to her death after mishearing signal

Metro UK 22 Jul 2021
Yecenia Morales, 25, dived 150ft from the viaduct in Colombia (Picture ... A woman mistakenly leapt from a bridge with no bungee cord attached after apparently thinking a call to her boyfriend to jump was for her. Yecenia Morales, 25, dived 150ft from the viaduct in Amaga, northern Colombia, on Sunday ... Colombia.
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Bungee jumper dies after mistakenly thinking it was her turn to jump

Canada Dot Com 22 Jul 2021
A woman in Colombia plummeted to her death after mistaking the signal for her boyfriend to jump as her own. .
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Top 10 films of Cannes Film Festival 2021

The Times of India 19 Jul 2021
The film follows a young woman who judges herself harshly for being unable to ... Apichatpong Weerasethakul's 'Memoria' starring Tilda Swinton that won the Jury Prize is about a Scottish woman who begins to notice strange nocturnal sounds while she’s visiting her sister in Colombia.
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Cannes 2021 week two roundup: heatstruck delirium and instant classics

The Observer 18 Jul 2021
The pandemic hits Cannes in the form of a movie that plays near the beach, buffeted by strong winds ... Photograph ... Others bang the drum for Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s magnificent, elemental , which stars Tilda Swinton as Jessica, a woman adrift in Colombia and spooked by a mysterious noise in the darkness (“like a rumble from the core of the Earth”) ... .
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Cannes Report Day 11: ‘Memoria’ Star Tilda Swinton Wins Praise, and So Do Her Dogs

The Wrap 16 Jul 2021
But Swinton also earned added praise for Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Memoria,” which is the Thai director’s first film set outside of his native country, in Colombia. Swinton in the film plays a Scottish woman hearing strange sounds in her head who traverses the jungle and the country in order to determine what they mean.
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ACLED Regional Overview – South America (3-9 July 2021)

Reliefweb 15 Jul 2021
In Chile, the new constitutional assembly was inaugurated, with an Indigenous Mapuche woman chosen to lead the body drafting the new constitution. In Colombia, military forces launched an airstrike on a camp of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) dissidents, as violent clashes between armed groups continue to take place in the country.
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Memoria Trailer Teases an Enigmatic Thriller With Tilda Swinton

Collider 12 Jul 2021
Memoria follows Swinton as a Scottish woman in Colombia who hears a loud bang at daybreak and subsequently begins to experience a mysterious sensory syndrome during her travels ... In an official statement, Weerasethakul mentions that this film is almost semi-autobiographical, as he experienced his own auditory hallucination while visiting Colombia.
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Colombia describes travel by suspects in Haiti assassination

The Philadelphia Tribune 10 Jul 2021
At a news conference in Colombia’s capital of Bogota, Gen ... The woman, who identified herself only as “Yuli,” told Colombia’s W Radio that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would provide protection to some powerful families.
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Colombian Suspects, Some Former Military, Were Recruited, Police Say

Beijing News 10 Jul 2021
The woman, who identified herself only as Yuli, told Colombia's W Radio that her husband, Francisco Uribe, had been hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would provide protection to some powerful families.
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The Latest: American arrested in Haiti worked alongside Penn

The Philadelphia Tribune 10 Jul 2021
BOGOTA, Colombia — The director of Colombia’s police, Gen ... The woman told Colombia’s W Radio on Friday that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would be providing protection to some powerful families.
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Colombians implicated in the assassination of Haitian President recruited by four companies and traveled to ...

Hartford Courant 10 Jul 2021
At a news conference in Colombia’s capital of Bogota, Gen ... The woman, who identified herself only as “Yuli,” told Colombia’s W Radio that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would provide protection to some powerful families.
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Wife of Suspect in Assassination of Haiti’s President Says Husband Was Recruited

The Epoch Times 10 Jul 2021
The woman told Colombia’s W Radio on Friday that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, ...
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Colombia connection to Haiti assassination

Jamaica Observer 10 Jul 2021
The woman, who identified herself only as Yuli, told Colombia's W Radio that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for US$2,700 per month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would provide protection to some powerful families.
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Haiti's interim PM confirms request for US troops to country

The News-Gazette 10 Jul 2021
At a news conference in Colombia’s capital of Bogota, Gen ... The woman, who identified herself only as “Yuli,” told Colombia’s W Radio that her husband, Francisco Uribe, was hired for $2,700 a month by a company named CTU to travel to the Dominican Republic, where he was told he would provide protection to some powerful families.

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