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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Contrary to media reports, Barbados Gays and Lesbians Against Discrimination (B-GLAD) said it has no issue with Buju Banton performing in that Caribbean island. “No one is denouncing Buju. I, like many other Caribbean activists and people have moved on and are looking forward to seeing Buju in concert here in Barbados,” ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Five-year-old Joshua Ru­fus can now be just like his favourite su­per­hero Iron Man with his Christ­mas gift of a 3D-print­ed pros­thet­ic hand, which will take the place of his right hand which he lost in a scratch bomb ac­ci­dent three years ago. Joshua was ec­sta­t­ic yes­ter­day when he was fit­ted with the ...

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(CNN) — The US Food and Drug Administration warned on Thursday that the benefits of fluoroquinolone antibiotics do not outweigh the risks — which include aortic aneurysm — for certain patients, according to the latest research. The research is based on reports of patient problems and on studies published between 2015 and 2018. Fluoroquinolone antibiotics ...

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A Five-year-old boy in Trinidad and Tobago has received a gift of a  3D-print­ed pros­thet­ic hand for Christmas. According to the Guardian newspaper, the gift will take the place of  Joshua Ru­fus’ right hand which he lost  in a scratch bomb ac­ci­dent three years ago. Joshua was  fit­ted with the pros­thet­ic hand by Qualitech’s di­rec­tor […]

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The year 2018 has been a relatively good one for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) and an exciting year beckons in 2019. That’s the word from Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Timothy N.J Antoine. In a Christmas message, Antoine observed that following the growth setback last year, the ECCU recovered. He […]

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Pope Francis has called on people in developed countries to live a simpler and less materialistic life, the BBC has reported. According to the BBC, he also condemned the huge divide between the world’s rich and poor, saying Jesus’s birth in poverty in a stable should make everyone reflect on the meaning of life. He […]

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Following months of negotiations, the government has finally granted the rebate of 1.1 million dollars to the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT). The NCOPT also wants the government to implement the fare increase, agreed some five years ago.
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