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(PRESS RELEASE) — Sensei Michael Wellington — Hattsuryo Martial Arts Temple — national kumite coach has joined Bassai Karate Dojo-International (BKD-I). Sensei Wellington has over 40 years experience and is considered a pioneer in St. Lucia karate. He will be working with Sensei Paul Clery to advance the Japanese style of Shito-Ryu karate in St. ...

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(SNO) — The first half of the penultimate round of the 2018-2019 Veterans Football Tournament Flow Plate Championship is set. On Saturday night, two quarterfinal match-ups were played in Mabouya Valley. Following those two fixtures, Prophets & Kings and Vieux Fort North are into the semifinals of the veterans competition. Prophets and Kings, who finished ...

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The January 4 drowning of Leonard Hippolyte of Baron’s Drive, Soufriere was, to say the least, tragic.  Although the authorities have been reluctant to release details, on the grounds that the case is under investigation, that has in no way stopped self-styled detectives on the ground and on Facebook from arriving at their own conclusions.

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(CNN) — President Donald Trump called Joe Biden “weak” and said he is not worried about a potential challenge from the former vice president in the 2020 presidential race, during a phone interview with Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro Saturday night. Biden, who served as a senator before becoming vice president for President Barack Obama, is ...

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(CMC) – Caribbean-American legislators in the US have called for international support for Haiti, as the country observes the ninth anniversary of the devastating earthquake. New York State Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte, the daughter of Haitian immigrants, and New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams, the son of Grenadian immigrants, told the Caribbean Media Corporation on Saturday ...

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(BBC) — The death toll from a suspected gas explosion in central Paris has risen to four after rescue workers found the body of a woman in the rubble. Two firefighters and a Spanish tourist were also killed in Saturday’s blast at a bakery near a popular area. Dozens more people were injured in the ...

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I count as a blessing, a privilege even, that I was able to view the swearing-in of Speaker Nancy Pelosi of the United States House of Representatives on January 3, 2019. Notwithstanding her experience and high office—she is third in line to the US presidency—it was the youngest member of the House who drew the interest of the US media.

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A robber who tried to steal a cellphone from a young woman in Rio de Janeiro learned the hard way that mugging a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who goes by the nickname “the Iron Lady” is not an excellent idea, AFP has reported. Polyana Viana, an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) strawweight, told  the sports […]

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