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(BBC) –Mexican authorities now put the number killed in Friday night’s oil pipeline blast at 66, with scores more injured. It is believed the explosion occurred after the line was ruptured by suspected oil thieves in the town of Tlahuelilpan, in Hidalgo state. Officials say scores of people had been scrambling to fill up containers ...

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(SNO) — On Sunday night into Monday morning, stargazers will have front-row seats to one of nature’s spectacular event, a phenomenon known as a “blood moon”. And it will be visible right here in Saint Lucia. A blood moon takes place during a lunar eclipse but instead of the full moon disappearing entirely, as it ...

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The President of the Gros Islet Minibus Owners Association believes that the recent armed robbery of  bus driver highlights the need to introduce a cashless system in the public transport sector. Claudius Joseph spoke Friday, following the armed robbery of Ignatius Jn Baptiste, a Gros Islet bus operator who lives in New Village. Jn Baptiste […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Leading activist and legal figures in St Kitts and Nevis have called for the government to address fraudulent practices surrounding the nation’s citizenship by investment (CBI) programme. During the most recent edition of WINN FM’s ‘Inside the News’ talk show, lawyer and former government minister Dwyer […]

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