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‘Like frenzied sharks at the sight of blood, they went for Azan’s jugular’ – News – JamaicaObserver.com

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jamaicaobserver.com – WITH an unlikely coalition of special interest groups baying for blood, embattled Richard Azan was given strict party orders not to speak publicly on the Spalding Market issue. When the North West …

Torres could miss 3-4 months

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csnbayarea.com – SAN JOSE – Sharks forward Raffi Torres will likely miss a minimum of six weeks, and possibly much longer, after suffering an ACL injury in his right knee. According to general manager Doug Wilson, …

San Jose Sharks’ Raffi Torres out for at least first month of season – San Jose Mercury News

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mercurynews.com – SAN JOSE — Raffi Torres is likely to be out of the lineup for at least the first month of the season after damaging the ACL on his right knee in Friday night’s collision with Anaheim Duck forward …

Torres could miss 3-4 months, with ACL injury

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csnbayarea.com – SAN JOSE – Sharks forward Raffi Torres will likely miss a minimum of six weeks, and possibly much longer, after suffering an ACL injury in his right knee. According to general manager Doug Wilson, …

Sharks Reduce Training Camp Roster by Two – San Jose Sharks – News

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sharks.nhl.com – The Sharks training camp now stands at 34 players. An updated roster can be found here.

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Sharks F Raffi Torres sidelined with knee injury – Yahoo Sports

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sports.yahoo.com – SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The San Jose Sharks will be without forward Raffi Torres for the start of the season because of an injured right knee. Torres was injured in a collision with Anaheim forwar…

Raffi Torres out six weeks, maybe 3-4 months with ACL injury – CBSSports.com

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cbssports.com – More NHL offseason: Rumors | Top 50 Free Agents | Buyout Tracker | Trades | Transactions San Jose Sharks forward Raffi Torres is going to miss some time with an ACL injury to his right knee. How mu…

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Hong Kong Government Takes Steps to Protect Sharks and Bluefin Tuna – The Pew Charitable Trusts

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pewenvironment.org – Joshua Reichert, executive vice president of The Pew Charitable Trusts, praised the release of new sustainable consumption guidelines for government and public sector employees in Hong Kong to not …

Shark overfishing hurts coral reefs

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news.mongabay.com – Shark overfishing hurts coral reefs mongabay.com September 20, 2013 print Overfishing for sharks is having detrimental effects on coral reefs, finds a new study published in the journal PLOS One. T…

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Swimming with the Sharks : TravelAge West

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travelagewest.com – Blacktip reef sharks are generally docile and disinterested in humans. // © 2013 Skye Mayring Wild: Shark Cage Diving. The Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming might be over, but that doesn’t…

Onehouse: Scuba-diving twins, 13, set to swim with sharks – News – East Anglian Daily Times

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eadt.co.uk – To pass a scuba diving qualification in Egypt is just not enough for identical 13-year-old twins, Jenna and Jessica Collins, who are now set to swim with sharks. To send a link to this page to a fr…

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BBC News – US swimmer Diana Nyad, 64, makes Cuba-Florida crossing

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bbc.co.uk – Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad has become the first person to swim from Cuba to the US without a shark cage. After about 53 hours’ non-stop swimming, the 64-year-old American reached Key West, Florid…

These Parkour Stunts Will Mesmerize You

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huffingtonpost.com – These people are insane. If you’re curious what parkour in the 1930s would have looked like then this video from the HuffPost Live team is a MUST SEE. Watch to the end for an extra cool glimpse at …

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UN emissions-trading project linked to Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal

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foxnews.com – At the same time the Syrian regime of Bashir Al-Assad began the brutal repression that would quickly spin the country into civil war—and culminate with the use of chemical weapons against its own c…

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Abercrombie Modifies Controversial Look Policy As Part Of Settlement With Fired Muslim Workers

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huffingtonpost.com – Abercrombie & Fitch has agreed to revise its “Look Policy,” the strict dress code in place for its store employees, as part of a settlement in two religious discrimination cases. The teen retailer …

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The Sports Network – National Hockey League

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sportsnetwork.com – San Jose, CA (Sports Network) – San Jose forward Raffi Torres will miss at least one month after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The Mercury News reported Monday that Torres sustained …

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Keys to San Jose Sharks Power Play Success in 2013-14 – Yahoo Sports

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sports.yahoo.com – COMMENTARY | Last season the San Jose Sharks helped their playoff push with their power play unit, producing With all power plays now starting in the offensive zone, the initial faceoff is more cri…

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