Firefighters battle deadly oil tanker blaze admin Article Updated: September 4, 2020 Comments Off on Firefighters battle deadly oil tanker blaze Share on FacebookTweet this! Firefighting crews from Sri Lanka and India are working to put out a large blaze aboard an oil tanker that has been burning since Thursday, off the coast of the south Asian island nation. Post navigation Previous postBeirut rescuers search site for possible survivor 30 days after explosion Next postShocking moment a passenger takes a walk on an airplane wing Posted in: Global News More Articles By the same author Medical Leader to cease publication admin Mar 22, 2018 Pikeville Ky: Pikeville Medical Center announced today that its weekly newspaper, The Medical Leader,… Winners and losers from NFL draft early-entry deadline admin Jan 20, 2021 While Chris Olave’s decision to return to school gave Ohio State a boost, others teams have to fill… It’s never easy with Conor McGregor and the UFC, but end result is always worth it admin Oct 16, 2020 If the goal is to have McGregor fight for the title, waiting till January for his next bout seems strange,… Nintendo’s profit jumps more than 400% thanks to the Switch and ‘Animal Crossing’ admin Aug 7, 2020 Nintendo sales are still soaring. FedEx says it's cutting up to 6,300 jobs in Europe admin Jan 19, 2021 FedEx has announced plans to slash up to 6,300 jobs in Europe. Unseen photos capture a century of forbidden love admin Jan 3, 2021 When Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell came across an old photograph at an antique store in Dallas, Texas,… The Black victims Naomi Osaka honored admin Sep 14, 2020 Osaka, 22, won the tournament on Saturday by coming from behind to beat the Belarusian Victoria Azarenka… Simons nearly kisses rim in winning dunk contest admin Mar 7, 2021 Although he failed to kiss the rim, as intended, Anfernee Simons still bested Knicks rookie Obi Toppin… Dalton says Bears told him starting QB job is his admin Mar 18, 2021 Andy Dalton said the Bears assured him he would be their starting quarterback this season.