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The woman whose voice was heard in rubble of Surfside condo collapse has been identified. ...

Atlantic City 23 May 2022
The faint and calm voice of a woman trapped in the hulking pile of concrete and twisted steel could be heard for several hours after the collapse of the Surfside, Florida, condominium last June ... Blige to host Atlantic City mayor's inaugural gala after party Woman killed in Cape May pedestrian crash was from Burlington County.
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Higher wall, Covid policy make US border more deadly

Urdu Point 20 May 2022
San Ysidro, United States, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 20th May, 2022 ) .Horrific fractures, punctured lungs and a traumatic miscarriage ... If it is imposing from afar, up close it seems enormous ... The woman, who spoke to AFP on condition of anonymity, fled Colombia with her family because of threats of violence ... "It's made things worse ... ....
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'Cocaine Cassie' Sainsbury reveals the two classic Australian food items she craves and opens up ...

The Daily Mail 19 May 2022
Sainsbury is allowed to leave Colombia from May onwards ... In the time since, she has been teaching English in Colombia and married a woman known only as Tatiana, replacing her previous girlfriend Joli Pico who she met in the Buen Pastor prison, Bogota, Colombia ... In Colombia there’s so much of it (cocaine smuggling).'.
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Officials ID Voice Heard Amid Surfside Collapse Rescue Efforts, Solving Tragic Mystery

NBC Bay Area 18 May 2022
Nearly a year after the tragic collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium in Surfside, authorities believe they've solved the mystery of the woman's voice that was heard in the rubble ... Cominsky said the workers continued searching but never found the woman alive ... Barth, a 14-year-old girl visiting from Medellin, Colombia, with her parents.
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“Voice in the rubble” victim of Surfside condo collapse is identified

Sandhills Express 17 May 2022
They had travelled together to Miami from Colombia a month before the collapse ... “…it was challenging hearing the woman.” ... Barth, who was accompanied by her parents visiting from Colombia and were occupying apartment #204.” ... When they returned, they could no longer hear the woman’s voice.
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Colombian footballer who was been offered a two-year suspended prison sentence in Argentina for beating ...

The Daily Mail 16 May 2022
A Colombian soccer player who has been offered a two-year suspended sentence for the 2020 beating his ex-girlfriend in Argentina is now being accused of allegedly sexually assaulting a young woman whom he also threatened to kill ... The Colombian woman revealed Villa threatened to hire assassins to kill all of her family members in Colombia.
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Local favorite Spieth gains on Munoz

The Times & Democrat 15 May 2022
Child, 6, killed in drive-by shooting; Orangeburg County sheriff asks public for help in probe Turner facing new charges; Orangeburg man accused of violating probation Orangeburg woman facing drug charge after crash; report ... "Besides winning in Bogota, Colombia, I've never been the favorite of any other place," Muñoz said.
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Q&A: An ambitious attempt to be Somalia’s first female president

Al Jazeera 14 May 2022
She is competing with 38 men ... Al Jazeera ... Resolving FARC rebels in Colombia and the war in Afghanistan through negotiation has worked ... You are contesting as the only woman in the race; what makes you different from other candidates? Do you think you will make it given the number of men in the race and the societal resistance to having women lead? ... .
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Hispanics, Latinos are disproportionately in need of donor organs, but less likely to donate

The Oregonian 06 May 2022
Editor’s note ... Adriana had suffered from polycystic liver disease (PLD), a rare condition that causes cysts (fluid-filled sacs) to grow throughout the liver, until the selflessness of a young woman saved her life ... Her medical miracle happened in her native Colombia. An organ donor, a woman who tragically died in an accident, was a match for Adriana.
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May the 4th be with you: Kentucky store has 'Star Wars' bootleg toys, ‘KFC-3PO’ art

The Roanoke Times 05 May 2022
Wonder Woman (2017) ... A sequel, “Wonder Woman 1984,” premiered on Christmas 2020 ... Kirsten Dunst plays a woman getting married just as the planet Melancholia is hurtling toward Earth ... “Memoria” features Tilda Swinton as Jessica Holland, a Scottish woman living in Bogotá, Colombia, who starts hearing eerie booming noises that no one else can hear.
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As US poised to restrict abortion, other nations ease access

Fremont Tribune 04 May 2022
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to abortion, courts in many other parts of the world have been moving in the opposite direction ... Previously it was permitted in cases of rape or incest; risk to the woman's life; or severe fetal malformation.
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AP News Summary at 2:34 a.m. EDT

Fremont Tribune 04 May 2022
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to access abortion services, courts in other parts of the world, including in many historically conservative societies, have moved in the opposite direction.
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AP News Summary at 3:12 a.m. EDT

Fremont Tribune 04 May 2022
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to access abortion services, courts in other parts of the world, including in many historically conservative societies, have moved in the opposite direction.
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AP News Summary at 3:28 a.m. EDT

Fremont Tribune 04 May 2022
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to access abortion services, courts in other parts of the world, including in many historically conservative societies, have moved in the opposite direction.
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AP News Summary at 3:58 a.m. EDT

Fremont Tribune 04 May 2022
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — As women in the United States find themselves on the verge of possibly losing the constitutional right to access abortion services, courts in other parts of the world, including in many historically conservative societies, have moved in the opposite direction.

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