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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, August 18, 2017

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This summer 11 deaths were reported due to drowning on the Jersey Shore. Each year, rip currents are responsible for one to three New Jersey deaths, as per the National Weather Service. But in the past two months, they have already claimed five lives. “The only year with more rip-current deaths is 2008, when there were six deaths” the whole year, says meteorologist Sarah Johnson. In a recent article in the NY Post, experts searching for a culprit in the tragic trend have pointed to rougher surf and possibly beach replenishment projects.

“I walk the beaches all year long and I’ve noticed the beaches are shallower much further out because of the replenishment,” says Joe Bongiovanni, Asbury Park beach safety supervisor, and lifeguard for 50

Egyptian jihadist spiritual leader Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, died Saturday in the United States at the age of 78, his family said in a statement, at the North Carolina prison where he was serving a life sentence for conspiring to bomb civilian targets in the country.

The U.S. Department of Justice confirmed Abdel-Rahman's death, saying he died of natural causes. His death came after a long battle with diabetes and coronary artery disease, the

On Friday August 11, the Bergen Rockland Eruv Association along with two Orthodox Jewish NY residents filed a federal lawsuit against the New Jersey town of Mahwah for blocking their attempts to build an ‘eruv’ with white plastic piping. An eruv is a Jewish orthodox practice, utilizing thin poles and string around the boarders of cities or towns to grant them religious permission to walk freely, carry things and push baby carriages on Shabbat. The Orthodox Jewish community group says the town

Judge Roy McGeady ruled that the Bridgegate criminal case against Governor Chris Christie can proceed. On Thursday February 16, at the proceeding in the Central Municipal Court of Hackensack, the judge said there is probable cause for an official misconduct complaint, in the case filed by Bill Brennan, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Wayne county resident. In using the term ‘probable cause’, Judge McGeady referred to the standards of proof in the legal system, which ranks from 1 to 6

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