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First Mayan slave wreck ID’d off Mexico

The first wreck of a ship trading in Mayan slaves ever to be found has been identified in Mexican waters by researchers from the country’s National Institute of Anthropology & History (INAH). Some 100 fatalities were recorded when the Spanish vessel sank on 19 September, 1861, including 60 passengers and …

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Exeter stalker raped teenager in alleyway

image copyrightNick Irving image captionGheorghe Bertlef raped the teenager in an alley on 13 November 2019 A man who stalked lone women walking home late at night has been convicted of raping a teenager in an alleyway. Gheorghe Bertlef, 32, of Pinhoe Road, Exeter had denied attacking the 18-year-old on …

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RHA earphones Black Friday 2020: What to Expect

LAST Black Friday RHA announced a discounted range of audio options to rival Apple AirPods and other premium brands. That meant reduced prices across the board with a range of discounts up to 50 per cent off – here’s what to look out for this year. 4 RHA could be …

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Plant hire group trials new electric vehicle for deliveries

Speedy Hire, the Newton-le-Willows-based leading tools, equipment and plant hire services company, is trialling a new electric vehicle It has partnered with The London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) to trial the first electric taxi delivery van to be used in the construction industry. The prototype vehicle, which is based on …

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Banks and travel stocks weigh on the FTSE

Europe It’s been a subdued end to the week for markets in Europe, however for all this week’s choppiness we’ve still managed to hold onto most of last week’s advances, with the DAX managing to eke out a small weekly gain. Travel and leisure stocks have come under renewed pressure …

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