When it’s your time to battle at World of Laser Kaiserslautern, you’ll kit up and get a short intelligence brief. Then the countdown begins. A heart-racing rapid scattering of players intensifies as the voice coming from your vest says only one word, over and over. “Go!”
Tens of thousands of other poor Pakistanis work hard in brick kilns, agriculture fields and other hard laboracross Pakistan in what is called "bonded labor" to pay off family loans often passed down through generations. They often have no proper living facilities or basic amenities like running water or bathrooms. They generally make about $3.50 for their hard work.
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Twelve local girls soccer teams will gather in Kaiserslautern on Saturday for friendly competition with a higher purpose. The teams, including six DODDS-Europe programs, will participate in the inaugural Josie Seebeck Invitational Tournament, an event commemorating the late Ramstein graduate and Central Michigan University soccer player.