Global Week in Review: Philippines Begins Difficult Recovery Process

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  • Scotland Yard Launches Public Appeal for Missing UK Terror Suspect
  • Mass Poisoning at South African Orphanage
  • Failures in Jamaica’s Anti-Doping Regime Raises Questions
  • Trafficked Migrants Tell of Rape and Torture
  • Suriname Leader’s Son Accused of Links to Hezbollah
  • Morocco Unveils Bold Plans for Illegal Immigrants
  • Philippines Begins Difficult Recovery Process
  • A Group Calling Itself East Libya’s New Government Seize Lucrative Oil Fields
  • Uncertain Future for Peace in the Congo
  • Liberia's Marijuana Trade Tarnishes Government

Failures in Jamaica’s Anti-Doping Regime Raises Questions

Jamaica is facing tough questions as the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) calls into question the rigorousness of Jamaica’s testing practices.

The island’s anti-doping commission revealed that in the run up to the London Olympic Games in 2012, only one athlete out-of-competition was tested. Six high profile Jamaican athletes have so far tested positive this year.

(Photo: Bob Strong /Landov)

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