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CNN:–  In a remarkable admission, German Cardinal Reinhard Marx said Saturday that documents that could have contained proof of clergy sexual abuse in the Catholic Church were destroyed or never drawn up. “Files that could have documented the terrible deeds and named those responsible were destroyed or not even created,” said Marx, the archbishop of […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  The Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) has issued 29 licences to 23 people since the authority’s inception. According to Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) Trade and Investment Manager, Logistics and Infrastructure, Don Gittens, the 29 licences have been for the cultivation of cannabis, processing of cannabis for medicinal purposes, retail and research and development. Gittens pointed […]

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Barbados Today:–  The Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church is crying shame on fraudsters who are seeking to exploit the church. President of the Barbados-based East Caribbean Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Danforth Francis raised concern about what he said was an alarming trend, on the heels of an incident at the Government Hill SDA Church last Saturday. […]

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BBC News:– Soldiers from the Venezuelan national guard have left their posts ahead of an opposition-led effort to bring aid into the country, Colombia’s migration agency said. In a separate development, Venezuelan troops have fired tear gas at people looking to cross into Colombia to work. Tensions have been rising over a row about the delivery […]

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