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died later - Coins honour first blackofficer

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Coins honour first blackofficer

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The first black officer in the British Army will be remembered on a special set of coins released by the Royal Mint as part of commemorations of the centenary of the First World War. Kent-born Walter Tull, who was promoted to officer rank during the war despite a ban on black officers being given the high status, died in battle in 1918.

Coins honour first black

expressandstar.com

Coins honour first black

expressandstar.com2014-09-03 01:58:34Cache

The first black officer in the British Army will be remembered on a special set of coins released by the Royal Mint as part of commemorations of the centenary of the First World War. Kent-born Walter Tull, who was promoted to officer rank during the war despite a ban on black officers being given the high status, died in battle in 1918.

David Cameron said he wants to see Ashya reunited with his parents

dailyecho.co.uk2014-09-03 01:52:47Cache

THE Prime Minister wants to see Ashya King reunited with his parents. David Cameron said he wanted to see the five-year-old, who suffers from a brain tumour, back in the care of Brett and Naghmeh King and that seeing pictures of Ashya brought back memories of his son Ivan who died in February 2009.

Bernard F. Fisher, Honored for Bold Vietnam Rescue, Dies at 87

nytimes.com2014-09-03 01:21:47Cache

Photo Bernard F. Fisher in 1967. Credit Neal Boenzi/The New York Times Col. Bernard F. Fisher, who received the first Medal of Honor awarded to an aviator during the Vietnam War for a daring rescue of another pilot in the face of enemy fire on an airstrip, died on Aug. 16 in Boise, Idaho. He was 87.His son Bradford confirmed the death.

Family of WWI medal owner sought

therugbyobserver.co.uk2014-09-03 01:19:27Cache

By IH Wednesday 06 August 2014 Updated: 07/08 09:09 THE SEARCH is on for the family of a First World War solider whose medal was found in a shed in Rugby. Edward White Follows of the Worcestershire Regiment was awarded the victory medal for service during the Great War. Mr Follows was born in 1889, in Romsley, Worcestershire, and died in 1968 in Stratford, but it is a mystery how the medal finished up in Rugby.

11 dead, 27 missing in SW China rainstorms

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CHONGQING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- Eleven people died and 27 others are missing after rainstorms devastated parts of southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. As of 3 p.m. Tuesday, about 39,000 people have been evacuated with more than one million people in nine districts or counties in the northeast of the municipality suffering the effects of the storms, said the municipal government. The downpours also caused 2,251 houses to collapse and damaged 25,000 others.

Morgan Hill man dies in weekend traffic accident

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A Morgan Hill man died in a traffic accident after his vehicle was struck by a drunk driver over the Labor Day weekend, according to authorities.

Concern at deaths of four cops

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Concern at deaths of four cops

iol.co.za2014-09-03 00:57:22Cache

Independent Newspapers . Durban - Four South African police officers, including a Bluff couple, have died in apparent domestic violence-related circumstances since Sunday, leaving their colleagues in shock. Questions are now being asked about whether police authorities should be conducting regular psychological debriefing of members to ensure they are sufficiently mentally stable to possess a firearm.

Woman dies on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorms

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Woman dies on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorms

bbc.co.uk2014-09-03 00:51:23Cache

2 September 2014 Last updated at 21:51 A woman has died after being hit on the head by a falling rock on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorm mountain range. Police Scotland received a report of a casualty near the Pigme Ridge at about 14:30. The woman, thought to be in her mid 50s, was among a group of six, climbing in pairs. As she and her climbing partner made the ascent she was struck by a falling boulder. He tried to resuscitate her but was unsuccessful.

After tragedy, couple uses genetic screening to have healthy babies

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After tragedy, couple uses genetic screening to have healthy babies

deseretnews.com2014-09-03 00:43:28Cache

Emily and Danny Kooyman used pre-implantation genetic diagnosis to help make sure the babies she carried didn't inherit RCPD, a rare genetic disorder that causes numerous life-threatening disorders, including a shortening of the bones closest to the trunk of the body. These twins, a boy and a girl, were born healthy. Ken Fall, Deseret News RIVERTON — Five years ago, Danny and Emily Kooyman's son died in their arms only 41 days after birth.

Staten Island High School Football Player, 16, Dies After Collapsing During

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Staten Island High School Football Player, 16, Dies After Collapsing During

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TRI-STATE NEWS HEADLINES From our newsroom to your inbox weekday mornings at 9AM. Sign UpNEW YORK SPORTS HEADLINES Get our weekday morning briefs direct from the WFAN newsroom Sign Up NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A rising football star at a Staten Island high school died this week after collapsing on the field. As CBS 2’s Weijia Jiang reported, Curtis High School student Miles Kirkland-Thomas, 16, collapsed during practice Monday morning.