Giovanni Solinas looks strengthen Kaizer Chiefs defensive play by signing Mario Booysen – Briefly.co.za


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Giovanni Solinas looks strengthen Kaizer Chiefs defensive play by signing Mario Booysen
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He said he was committed to making a valued contribution to the team and wanted to leave a lasting legacy at the club. Booysen signed a two-year deal with Kaizer Chiefs. READ ALSO: Miracle impaling survivor gives his Comrades Marathon medal to trauma …

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WATCH: 5-year-old has miraculous escape after parents thrown off bike, but she clings to moving vehicle – Meaww


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WATCH: 5-year-old has miraculous escape after parents thrown off bike, but she clings to moving vehicle
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One such bike accident was captured on camera in the southern state of Karnataka, wherein a 5-year-old was seen clinging to the vehicle even after her parents had been thrown off it, surviving against all odds of the situation. … The person on the

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Footage of 5-year-old clinging to speeding motorbike after parents are thrown off will send chills down your spine – Meaww


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Footage of 5-year-old clinging to speeding motorbike after parents are thrown off will send chills down your spine
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One such bike accident was captured on camera in the southern state of Karnataka, wherein a 5-year-old was seen clinging to the vehicle even after her parents had been thrown off it, surviving against all odds of the situation. … The person on the

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Once A Happy Settlement With 400 Residents, This Village In Karnataka Now Has Just 1 Man – India Times


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Once A Happy Settlement With 400 Residents, This Village In Karnataka Now Has Just 1 Man
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A survivor's tale of helplessness. Natural disasters are as much about survivors as they are about the victims. While the victims pay the ultimate cost, many survivors live with the trauma. Nethravathi, 43, is one such survivor from Hebbetakeri. Having

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Death on the Street: Homeless die from asthma, hypothermia and other treatable conditions – New Zealand Herald


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Death on the Street: Homeless die from asthma, hypothermia and other treatable conditions
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This was followed by trauma, with nine of 22 trauma-related admissions in the last year due to an assault – four of these culminated in a serious brain injury. International research reflects a similar picture of the homeless people's health and their

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