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Jamaica’s Wins Gold In The Men’s 110m Hurdles

JIS News | August 17, 2016
Jamaica’s Omar McLeod wins Gold in the men’s 110m hurdles; JSIF Allocates 19 Million dollars to Boost Production of Potato Seedlings; and Dr. Patricia Marshall Dunwell to Be Installed as Custos of St. Andrew.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Shanari Fearon
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