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Sky News:-  Brett Kavanaugh, who faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, has been sworn in as a justice of the Supreme Court after the closest Senate vote in more than 100 years. He was voted in by 50 votes to 48, handing Donald Trump a huge victory ahead of the midterms in November. At a rally […]

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Dominica’s Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has warned that the Caribbean will see more frequent and ferocious storms in the future. He was addressing the 43rd annual general meeting of the Saint Lucia Insurance Council here last week. Skerrit told the insurers that the effects of climate change will be here for a very long time. […]

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Demerara Waves:–  A Guyanese captain and crew were earlier this week ordered to jump overboard  and robbed of their fishing boat and items by pirates suspected to be Venezuelans. Guyana Police Force sources said the incident occurred on Thursday, October 6, 2018 at about 3 PM in the vicinity of Crabdog, Waini River, on the Guyana […]

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Trinidad Express:-  Three Colombian women who were “pimping out” girls in Trinidad and Tobago have been captured, Colombia’s state prosecutor’s office said in a statement on Wednesday. The girls were between the ages of 15 and 19 and were offered jobs in T&T, only to be forced into sexual slavery on arrival, Colombian law enforcement said. […]

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Miami Herald:-  At least seven deaths have been confirmed following an earthquake in northwest Haiti. A magnitude 5.9 earthquake shook the island late Saturday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. At least five of the deaths were registered in the the Port-de-Paix area, Jerry Chandler, the head of the country’s Civil Protection disaster response unit, […]

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(CNN) — A much anticipated comeback to the Ultimate Fighting Championship by Conor McGregor ended in defeat Saturday, with the ugliest scenes coming after the fight. Khabib Nurmagomedov retained both his unbeaten record (27-0) and lightweight title with a fourth round win via submission, but the headlines were made by the 30-year-old Russian going over ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Thanks to a recently held mega spay/neuter clinic, 98 dogs have been sterilized on the island of Barbuda. This will significantly reduce the problem of unwanted puppies. For the past few days, in collaboration with the Antigua & Barbuda Humane Society and the Barbuda Council’s Kendra Beazer, a U.S. organisation known as ...

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(T&T GUARDIAN) — The Sankat fam­i­ly has thanked the Gov­ern­ment for their sup­port fol­low­ing Nishal Sankat’s ar­rest and even­tu­al de­por­ta­tion from Flori­da. Sankat, 22, re­turned to Trinidad and To­ba­go on Wednes­day evening af­ter ac­cept­ing a plea deal with the US au­thor­i­ties on Mon­day, af­ter be­ing charged with steal­ing an air­plane at the Mel­bourne Air­port in ...

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(T&T GUARDIAN) — The first thing freed kid­napped vic­tim Dar­rell Cuffy did hours af­ter he was re­leased was to go to the church with his moth­er to give thanks and prais­es to God for his safe re­turn. Cuffy, who was still very much trau­ma­tised over his five-month-long or­deal, said he had no idea who was ...

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(T&T GUARDIAN) — Petrotrin has start­ed its sev­er­ance pro­ce­dure for work­ers and is giv­ing oc­cu­pants of its Pointe-a-Pierre bun­ga­lows un­til Feb­ru­ary 2019 to va­cate the homes, al­though it gives No­vem­ber as the of­fi­cial end of busi­ness op­er­a­tions. An in­ter­nal memo signed by ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Reynold Ajod­has­ingh un­der yes­ter­day’s date out­lined the sev­er­ance pack­age by the ...

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