Olympian Tyson Gay's daughter killed

Olympian Tyson Gay's daughter killed

Gay, a former world 100-meter and 200-meter champion, confirmed the death of his 15-year-old daughter Trinity to CNN-affiliate WLEX. “She didn’t make it. I’m so confused,” Gay told WLEX Sports Director Alan Cutler. “She was just here last week for fall break. It’s so crazy. I have no idea what happened.” The events that took Trinity’s life occurred around 4 a.m. Sunday, according to Lexington police. They said a group of men in two cars opened fire on each other in the parking lot of a Cook Out restaurant. Trinity…

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Battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS begins

Battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS begins

“Our dearest people in Nineveh province, the victory bell has rung, and the operations to liberate Mosul have begun,” he said. “I am announcing today the beginning of these heroic operations to liberate you from the brutality and terrorism of ISIS. God willing, we will meet soon on the ground of Mosul where we will all celebrate the liberation and your freedom.” The fight is expected to last weeks, if not months, and if the battles to wrest Falluja and Ramadi from ISIS’ grip are indicators, Mosul will be a…

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Fourth study of mortality and cancer incidence in aircraft maintenance personnel: a continuing study of F-111 Deseal/Reseal personnel 2016

Fourth study of mortality and cancer incidence in aircraft maintenance personnel: a continuing study of F-111 Deseal/Reseal personnel 2016

released: 17 Oct 2016 author: AIHW Between 1974 and 2000, the Royal Australian Air Force undertook a series of formal Deseal/Reseal (DSRS) programs, alongside informal repair activities, to correct fuel leaks inside the fuel tanks of F-111 aircraft. A number of concerns were raised about health outcomes in personnel who worked on these programs and associated activities. The repair work was suspended in 2000, and a series of inquiries and health studies followed. This report presents the findings of the fourth iteration of a series of studies on mortality and…

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Explosion during raid on suspected IS safe house kills three

Explosion during raid on suspected IS safe house kills three

Updated October 17, 2016 01:45:43 A suspected suicide bomber has killed three police officers and wounded at least nine people in the southern Turkish city of Gaziantep during a police raid on an alleged Islamic State safe house, a local official and security sources said. Key points: Bomber detonated bomb as police raided house Turkey has seen a spate of suspected IS suicide bombings A suicide bomb killed more than 50 people in Gaziantep in August The bomber detonated explosives as police raided the house in the Besyuzevler neighbourhood of…

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Cervical cancer study backs plan to begin screening women later

Cervical cancer study backs plan to begin screening women later

Posted October 17, 2016 00:11:10 A new study supports a move to start screening women for cervical cancer from age 25, rather than between the ages of 18 and 20. Key points: HPV test will be conducted every five years rather than two Cervical cancer rare for women under 25, study shows Cancer Council NSW urges women to keep having pap smears for now The research by the Cancer Council of New South Wales backs the Federal Government’s renewed National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) which will come into effect in…

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