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USA Defeat Japan 5-2 To Win The 2015 Women’s World Cup

USA become the first side to win the Women’s World Cup 3 times. Carli Lloyd scored the quickest goal in a final, before she scored twice more to complete her hat-trick in 16 minutes. Lauren Holiday and Tobin Heath were also on the score-sheet as USA followed up their successes in 1991 and 1999. Japan pulled back two goals but ...

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Maine Man Dies in Fourth of July Fireworks Accident

A 22-year-old man died last night in Maine, USA, as a result of a fireworks accident on the Fourth of July. Devon Staples, 22, was killed instantly in Calais, Maine, after he put a fireworks mortar on his head, marking the first death since the state legalized fireworks two years ago. Staples had been drinking with friends when the incident ...

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Style on the Go “Island Pompadour” | 5-Minutes

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Summer Lip Colour For The Dark Skinned Girl

It’s about that time my FAY-VOW-RIT month and time of year!! The return of too short shorts and micro mini skirts, Maxi Dresses, sunglasses, vacation, beach parties and bright Lip Stick, paints, stains, gloss and balms. Here are my favourite for this Summer 2015. Us Natural Divas will not be left out of the mix by no means at all and ...

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10 Minute Hair Styles | 4c Natural Hair

I get asked these questions so many times. How does my hair look like…..? What products do you use in your hair? What is your go to hair style? I figure one post could answer these questions in its entirety. Fortunately for me, I have most times lived in the Caribbean, where humidity is my close personal friend. Living in a perpetual Summer cycle, ...

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Rick Ross Pulled From Reggae Sumfest Due To Legal Battles

American hip hop artiste Rick Ross will not be appearing at Reggae Sumfest at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, this year. The rapper, who is currently facing kidnapping and assault charges in the United States, has been dropped from the festival’s line-up due to what is referred to as “circumstances beyond the control of [the] organisers”. “Rick Ross is unable to ...

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Massive Snake Found in Garlands St. James

A huge snake was found in a banana field in Garlands, in the hills near to Maroon Town, St. James yesterday. The Snake a Jamaican Yellow Boa appears to be shedding. It is quite rare to discover a big snake in Jamaica. A 7-foot Yellow Boa was found in Black Rock, Portland last year. There are seven species of snakes ...

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JPS Employs 100 Students For The Summer

100 students from secondary and tertiary institutions across the island commenced their seven-week summer employment with JPS on Monday, in a Summer Employment Programme valued at j$4 Million. As JPS continues to play its part in the development of Jamaica’s youth, the company has over the years employed students during the summer. The Students will be placed at JPS locations ...

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Jamaica’s Blue & John Crow Mountains Now a World Heritage Site

Jamaica made history today, with the country’s renowned Blue and John Crow Mountains being inscribed to UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage List. This is Jamaica’s first world heritage site. Jamaica now joins the list of iconic sites such as the Great Wall of China, The Pyramids of Giza Egypt , The Taj Mahal of India and Acropolis of Athens, Great Barrier ...

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Rafael Nadal Knocked Out of Wimbledon By Jamaican-German Dustin Brown

Rafael Nadal fell to another early exit at Wimbledon today — this time to 102nd-ranked Jamaican-German Dustin Brown. Nadal lost 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 to Dustin, who frustrated the Spaniard throughout with his aggressive serve-and-volley style. Before Wimbledon, Brown had only won back-to-back matches on the ATP tour once this year, reaching the quarterfinals in Doha.

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