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(CMC) — Saint Lucia is on the itinerary of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall when they visit the Caribbean in March. The tour which begins on March 17, will kick off in Saint Lucia where Prince Charles will be guest of honour at an event to mark the country’s 40th anniversary ...

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BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, Feb 15, CMC – The St. Kitts-Nevis government Friday warned that “nothing is off the table,” as it announced new initiatives to deal with the “unprecedented spate of violent crime” in the twin island Federation over the past week resulting in the deaths of six people. Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris is ...

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BELMOPAN, Belize, Feb 15, CMC – Police are searching for an intruder who killed an elderly retired American woman and severely injured her husband during a home invasion in Oasis, a small community of expats in Consejo, 15 miles from the neighbouring Mexican city of Chetumal. Head of the National Crimes Investigation Branch, Assistant Commissioner ...

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb 15, CMC –President Jovenel Moise says he will not step down from office and has promised Haitians he has no intention of putting the country in the hands of armed gangs and drug traffickers. In a seven broadcast on the National Television of Haiti (TNH) on Thursday night, Moise, who ...

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Op-ed by United States of America Ambassador Linda S. Taglialatela The people of Venezuela are suffering from man-made political and economic crises that have transformed a once thriving and prosperous democracy into a place beset by poverty, corruption, and repression. More than three million Venezuelans have fled and sought refuge in other countries. Maduro and ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — In recent days, the Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre at Barnard Hill, has received a number of valuable gifts from leading artists. Mr. Cedric George has donated two of his paintings and a photograph of Dame Sesenne Descartes to the institution which suffered total loss of its library collection and artifacts ...

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(CNN) — Could a music-free run have been the difference between life and death for a Colorado man who made headlines last week by killing a mountain lion with his bare hands? Travis Kauffman lived to tell about his encounter with a mountain lion at Horsetooth Mountain Open Space in Larimer County. Kauffman said on ...

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(SNO) — Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS) and St. Joseph’s Convent (SJC) dominated the Inter Sec Table Tennis Championships, held earlier this month at the Castries Table Tennis Centre, behind command performances from De’Andre Calderon and Zarianne Anthony. Calderon retained the boys singles title, whilst teammate Ishmel Moise placed second, with Babonneau Secondary’s Kenneth John ...

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A mother of  8-month old baby who was inside a car in Agard when a man believed to be mentally unstable tried to steal the vehicle, has expressed relief that the perpetrator was not harmed, a local television report says. According to Hot 7 News, Kimberly Wilson is thankful to her neighbours who helped to […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has disclosed that the government of Saint Lucia is making ‘at least’ $1000 a week, from persons caught urinating in public. “Nearly every week now the government is making $1,000 at least, minimum, for people who have been caught urinating and have to go to court and pay,” Francis said. He […]

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