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· Mexico’s president turns attention to cartel-plagued states →
In October, federal authorities ordered the release of a captured Sinaloa cartel leader after gunmen staged a massive attack to win his freedom.
· Edward Colston statue replaced by sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester →
The stylist, who attended the march with her husband, said that to stand for the BLM movement was “massive”, but “it would be just as big if it was someone else representing the same thing.
· Horse racing tips TODAY: The best bets at Catterick, Yarmouth and Kempton →
Admittedly, things have not worked out for Cepheus, but the handicapper has given him massive opportunity to redeem himself tonight.
· Save over £500 on the best laptops from Dell →
Fortunately, Dell has just dropped a massive sale on pretty much everything it offers.
· Seoul to launch probe into allegations against late mayor →
Rescue workers found Park’s body in a wooden area in northern Seoul early Friday, following a massive search that involved hundreds of officers, dogs and drones after his daughter reported him missing.
· Asia's garment workers say virus used as cover to smash unions →
In southern India's Karnataka state -- home to 20 percent of India's massive garment manufacturing sector -- union leader Padma has sat every day cross-legged outside her factory Euro Clothing Company II to protest its closure since early June.
· One vine day: Thai wine sisters take aim at booze monopoly →
The firm is owned by Sirivadhanabhakdi family, the kingdom's third richest family with $10.5 billion in wealth according to Forbes, and their portfolio includes massive downtown Bangkok real estate projects and hotels.
· Head of Cecil Rhodes gouged off Cape Town monument →
Completed in 1912, Rhodes Memorial consists of massive granite steps, flanked by bronze lions, and a rider astride a bronze horse at the beginning of the steps which leads to the top where the bust is situated, with an inscription beneath.