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- Brian Lara's biography written by British newspaper journalist May 21, 2013Lara, who retired in 2008, holds the world record scores in Test cricket (400 not out), first-class cricket (501 not out) and the most runs in a test match over (28).
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- World Bank says Caribbean to be among areas dominating global investment May 21, 2013Report predicts that by 2030, half the global stock of capital will be in the developing world, with countries in East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean accounting for the most.
- US doctors indicted for federal tax crimes in the Caribbean May 21, 2013The Americans allegedly conspired with each other, a Swiss citizen and a UBS banker to defraud the IRS.
- US warns nationals about crime in The Bahamas May 21, 2013Americans have been cautioned that armed robbery remains a “major threat” facing US citizens in The Bahamas.
- Search for US tornado survivors May 21, 2013The search for victims of the gigantic tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb continues into a second day, with 24 people confirmed dead.
- Syria and Israel in exchange of fire May 21, 2013Israeli and Syrian forces trade fire across the ceasefire line in the Israeli occupied Golan Heights.
- Apple's Tim Cook defends tax claim May 21, 2013Apple chief executive Tim Cook has defended the tech giant's tax strategy during a Senate grilling.
- Suicide inside Notre-Dame de Paris May 21, 2013A far-right historian shoots himself dead inside the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris in the French capital, police say, causing its evacuation.
- Afghan women 'jailed over morals' May 21, 2013The number of women in Afghanistan jailed for "moral crimes" has risen by 50% in the past 18 months, says Human Rights Watch.
- Oscar Pistorius' brother acquitted May 21, 2013The brother of South African athletics star Oscar Pistorius, Carl, is acquitted of culpable homicide over the death of a motorcyclist in 2008.
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