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(BBC) — Former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted a $100m (£77m) bribe from drug cartel kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, a witness has testified. Alex Cifuentes, who says he was a close associate of Guzmán for years, told a New York City courtroom that he had told authorities of the bribe in 2016. Guzmán ...

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(SNO) — Vieux Fort’s Platinum Football Club, the 2018 Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. First Division champions, are getting set for a big regional challenge. As winners of the island’s top club tournament, Platinum will be competing in the 2019 Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield. This year, the 13-team Club Shield will be played in Curaçao, ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Tired of being seen as simply a pack of jokers, Jamaica’s stand-up comedians are getting serious about their craft and have moved to form an association. The Jamaica Association of Comedic Entertainers (JACE) held an inaugural meeting on the weekend to hammer out the framework for an umbrella organisation to see to ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — According to several international media sources Rihanna is suing her father Ronald Fenty for exploiting the Fenty name. Media site TMZ claims to have obtained court documents which claims her father, started a talent development company in 2017 called Fenty Entertainment. However Rihanna has already trademarked “Fenty” for a number of business ...

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(CMC) – A senior official of the Methodist Church here has expressed concern at what he termed “money making” churches that have appeared in Saint Lucia virtually overnight. “I am very concerned. Nowadays we are making the church into a business entity,” said Seth Ampadu, the superintendent minister of the Methodist Church here. He said ...

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(AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is boosting the minimum wage again amid the country’s relentless battle against hyperinflation. Maduro presented his economic plans Monday at the start to his second disputed term, with increasing calls for him to give up power in the crisis-wracked country. Though rich in oil, Venezuela is enduring a historic ...

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If you know someone who needs a wheelchair, the national council of and for persons with disabilities wants to hear from you. The council, through its agreement with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, has received a consignment of mobility devices and wants to make life easier for someone in need.
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