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18 October 2019

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Passenger Kicked Off Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship For Taking Dangerous Selfie Over Ship's Edge (8)
By Kevin Billings 10/18/19 AT 12:31 PM Royal Caribbean kicked a passenger off one of its cruise ships after she was caught posing for a dangerous selfie. The woman, whose name has not been released, was aboard Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas, bound for the Caribbean.
Singapore hands down first conviction for terror financing (4)
Issued on: 18/10/2019 - 08:23 Advertising Read more Singapore (AFP) A Singaporean man became the first of the country's citizens to be jailed for financing terrorism after he was convicted of sending money to a radical Islamist preacher. There have been a steady stream of arrests in Singapore related to support for Islamist extremism, and the affluent city-state's leaders have warned it is a prime target for an attack.
Social media facilitates racist abuse, says Leicester's Morgan (5)
Friday, 18 Oct 2019 1:10 PM MYT Soccer Football - Premier League - Watford v Leicester City - Vicarage Road, Watford, Britain - March 3, 2019 Leicester City's Wes Morgan during the warm up before the match REUTERS/David Klein/Files (Reuters) - Leicester City skipper Wes Morgan has said racist abuse in football has got worse since he started his career and the rise of social media makes it easier to target players.
Singaporean convicted for financing of terror (2)
AFP, SINGAPORE A Singaporean man became the first of the country's citizens to be jailed for financing terrorism after he was convicted of sending money to an Islamist preacher. There have been a steady stream of arrests in Singapore over support of Islamist idealogies. Ahmed Hussein Abdul Kadir Sheik Uduman was jailed for two-and-a-half years for donating S$1,146 (US$840) to Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal, a preacher
JMMB Group aiming for $10b from share float (2)
Published:Friday | October 18, 2019 | 12:16 AM PhotoVideo Shorn Hector Keith Duncan, CEO of JMMB Group Limited. Financial conglomerate JMMB Group Limited expects to net at least $10 billion from its additional share offer which opens next Tuesday, funds that will be used to back its acquisition of a stake in regional insurance company Sagicor Financial. The offer, which closes on November 7, is priced at $38.75; however,
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