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Armed bandits accosted a couple Wednesday night in Serenity Park, robbing them of their valuables, it has been reported. According to an individual familiar with the incident, it occurred about 8.00 p.m. The man and the woman were not injured, St Lucia Times was informed. “Their bags were stolen along with their phones and wallets,” […]

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(SNO) — Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM) Leader Therold Prudent has said that the “senseless” murders occurring in Saint Lucia will eventually have a serious impact on the image and economic viability of the country. The homicide case of 66-year-old British national Robert ‘Bob’ Hathaway is one of those deaths that have further tarnished the image ...

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(BBC) — The first full assessment of risks to the world’s coffee plants shows that 60% of 124 known species are on the edge of extinction. More than 100 types of coffee tree grow naturally in forests, including two used for the coffee we drink. Scientists say the figure is “worrying”, as wild coffee is ...

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(BBC) — At least 21 people are known to have died when Islamist al-Shabab militants stormed a luxury hotel compound in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. A 19-hour siege of the DusitD2 hotel and business complex on Tuesday ended with five attackers “eliminated”, President Uhuru Kenyatta said. Among the victims was someone who had survived the ...

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(BBC) — An Indonesian woman has been mauled to death by a pet crocodile in Sulawesi after she fell into its enclosure. Deasy Tuwo, 44, had reportedly been feeding the crocodile at the pearl farm where she worked, and where the animal was being kept illegally. The 700kg crocodile, named Merry, is thought to have ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — There is a six-year-old boy in Central Trinidad orphaned by crime. He has no mother to wipe his tears if he hurts, and no father to hold him steady as he tries to ride a bicycle. Christmas, birthdays and special occasions are spent with grandparents and other family members who have stepped ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — The son of a retired police inspector has become the fourth person to be arrested and charged with the kidnapping, rape and robbery of two women days before the new year. Anniece Ravello, 28 of San Fernando appeared before magistrate Alicia Chankar claiming that his life had been threatened by his co-accused ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A woman who was hired by a Champs Fleurs couple as a live-in housekeeper in 2007, has been sent to prison after she pleaded guilty to attempting to murder the father of the family by repeatedly stabbing him during a robbery at their home. It was less than one month after Ria ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Three shooting deaths within the first two weeks of the year have left residents in some communities fearing for their lives. This is in light of the brazenness of the shootings, some of which occurred in broad daylight. The most recent killing took place on Tuesday when Daryll “Rude” Harris, of Phase ...

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