UPDATE: ALL THIRTEEN, who include 12 boys and their 25 year old coach have safely emerged from the Thailand cave in a multinational rescue operation having come out of the cave and onto ambulances on standby and headed straight for hospital

UPDATE: ALL THIRTEEN, who include 12 boys and their 25 year old coach have safely emerged from the Thailand cave in a multinational rescue operation having come out of the cave and onto ambulances on standby and headed straight for hospital

UPDATE: ALL THIRTEEN, who include 12 boys and their 25 year old coach have safely emerged from the Thailand cave in a multinational rescue operation having come out of the cave and onto ambulances on standby and headed straight for hospital, and no one is left in the cave in an ordeal that has run for 18 days since the boys football team went into the cave. The thirteen are all safely out of the…

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THAILAND CAVE RESCUE: 5:40pm LOCAL TIME: THE FIRST BOY EMERGED AT 5:40pm , SEVERAL HOURS AHEAD OF PREDICTED TIME , in an operation involving up to 90 divers to bring the children to safety,..eight to go,

THAILAND CAVE RESCUE: 5:40pm LOCAL TIME: THE FIRST BOY EMERGED AT 5:40pm , SEVERAL HOURS AHEAD OF PREDICTED TIME , in an operation involving up to 90 divers to bring the children to safety,..eight to go,

Four boys have been brought above ground so far in good health, rescuers say.   The mission has now been paused for at least 10 hours as air tanks need to be replaced.   Rescuers decided to go ahead with the hazardous operation on Sunday because of fears of rising waters.   The next phase would begin on Monday morning, after relaying “all of the air tanks and all systems along the way”, Chiang Rai…

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CHIANG RAI, THAILAND- A THAI DIVER HAS DIED AS RESCUE TEAMS STRUGGLES on how to bring out trapped boys safely

CHIANG RAI, THAILAND- A THAI DIVER HAS DIED AS RESCUE TEAMS STRUGGLES on how to bring out trapped boys safely

CHIANG RAI, Thailand (Reuters) – A former Thai navy diver died working to save 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped inside a flooded cave, highlighting the risks for rescue teams trying to find a safe way to bring the group out after 13 days underground.   A relative of the 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in the Tham Luang cave complex cries while listening to a news conference about the death of…

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BRITAIN LIKELY TO RUN OF chicken, beer and fizzy drinks as it experiences the worst carbon dioxide shortage to hit the nation in decades.

BRITAIN LIKELY TO RUN OF chicken, beer and fizzy drinks as it experiences the worst carbon dioxide shortage to hit the nation in decades.

People across Britain, currently enjoying World Cup matches and the warm sunny weather, are set to face major disappointment as chicken, beer and fizzy drinks run out because a CO2- carbon dioxide for carbonating drinks and preserving some packed fresh food and used in the slaughter process, could run out within days. It is reported that nine of Britain’s largest poultry plants could be out of service within days due to the shortage, as some…

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HARARE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT AREAS INCLUDING Avondale and the Avenues areas have had no water supply for a period of weeks so far, leaving people concerned about the rise of waterborne diseases across the City of Harare

HARARE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT AREAS INCLUDING Avondale and the Avenues areas have had no water supply for a period of weeks so far, leaving people concerned about the rise of waterborne diseases across the City of Harare

HARARE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT AREAS INCLUDING Avondale and the Avenues areas have had no water supply for a period of weeks so far, leaving people concerned about the rise of waterborne diseases across the City of Harare and easily across the nation of Zimbabwe. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya

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HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF TONS OF PLASTIC PRODUCED GLOBALLY are mainly dumped on land, but a substantial amount, of everyday plastics including single use plastic backs, plastic coffee or tea stirrers, plastic tea or drink containers, water, cool drink and detergent bottles are thrown into the sea

HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF TONS OF  PLASTIC PRODUCED GLOBALLY  are mainly dumped on land, but a substantial amount, of  everyday plastics including single use plastic backs,  plastic coffee or tea  stirrers, plastic tea or drink containers,  water, cool drink and detergent bottles are thrown into the sea by people resulting in global plastic pollution, which is polluting beautiful beaches,  and ingested by marine organisms  such as fish or may generally  sink to the sea floor. Research has found microplastic plastic…

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LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling.

THE POWER OF MOTHER NATURE!-LAVA FROM KILALUEA VOLCANO ERUPTION IN HAWAAI has destroyed several houses, and reduced over 2000 acres of land to rocky rubble and the molten rock solidifies on cooling. Residents were ordered to evacuate by the National guard as the lava flow, was threatening to cut off the escape route , on Hawaii’s Big Island. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya photos -onlineINFORMATION IS POWER!- Please email all your articles, photos and breaking…

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DOWNPOURS AND FLASH FLOODING, in East Midlands in Britain, on Sunday, in some areas resulted in 58mm of rainfall in just one hour on Sunday afternoon, and 81mm in a 12-hour period.

The May bank weekend holiday has been one of major climate events across Britain, including 15,000 to 20,000 lightning strikes down Southern Britain, on Saturday, followed by flash flooding in West Midlands and parts of Wales on Sunday. Buses and cars were brought to a stand still as roads flooded and several residents on Sir Johns Road in Selly Oak, Birmingham , West Midlands, were rescued by firefighters using boats Rainfall average recording for the…

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WHO REMEMBERS THE 1994 UFO LANDINGS -one main silver craft that had four others around it at the Ariel School in Ruwa in Zimbabwe

WHO REMEMBERS THE 1994 UFO LANDINGS -one main silver craft that had four others around it at the Ariel School in Ruwa in Zimbabwe

 I remember this big news in 1994, the year I graduated from the University of Zimbabwe, when, at   Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe, a group of  62 children aged between eight and 12 on break,  reportedly  saw  UFO landings  and  strange beings, or aliens  school during their morning break.Many Zimbabweans, did not get to know about this but it was global news and witnesses are now adults spread out across the diaspora. Ruwa is a school, situated east…

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HUNDREDS FLEE lava lake from volcanic eruptions after new fissures were formed in Hawaii on mount Kilauea on Friday morning.

HUNDREDS FLEE lava lake from volcanic eruptions after new fissures were formed in Hawaii on mount Kilauea on Friday morning.

 Trees were set ablaze by lava but the main threat is gas spewing from cracks in the ground, to as high as 30,000 feet a height where planes fly at.   Planes have been stopped from flying through the area as volcanic ash clogs up aircraft engines and can stop engines running. The volcano has been dormant since 1983, with larva flowing from craters since it became active and now that there have been 119…

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