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(CMC) – The St. Kitts-Nevis government Monday easily brushed aside a motion of no confidence filed against it by Opposition Leader Dr. Denzil Douglas, who claimed a “grave injustice” had been committed against the people of the twin island Federation. Douglas said that the right of the citizens to “hear their representatives” in the debate ...

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West Indies Skipper Carlos Brathwaite has disclosed that he complained to ICC match referee, Jeff Crrowe, about the standard of umpiring following the second Twenty20 International on Thursday. CMC, in a dispatch from Dhaka, Bangladesh, reported that Brathwaite made the disclosure over the weekend. Speaking in the wake of the controversy of the third T20 International, Brathwaite […]

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Scores of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) group representatives from the East Coast of Demerara (ECD) on Sunday matched the energies of their leaders by demonstrating an eagerness to defeat the opposition for the second time in the coming elections. Yesterday afternoon at the Paradise Primary School, stalwarts both young and ...

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By Adrian Loveridge It’s that time of the year when I hope those not directly involved in the tourism sector spare a tiny thought for the many who will be working over the Christmas period and, to various degrees, sacrificing their quality time with their own families. From our own perspective, this year will be […]

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By Youri A Kemp Well, Facebook gave me the last straw that killed my camel last week. A Fox News report showed me that not only was Facebook selling my profile data and personal data without my consent to SCL and Cambridge Analytica, but my private messages and other hidden personal details were also sold […]

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By David Jessop What should one make of the recent announcement by the US president’s national security adviser, John Bolton, outlining a new ‘America First’ policy towards Africa? If taken at face value it suggests that the US administration is embarking on a policy that regards the continent as a Cold War playground in which […]

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(AFP) — Israel’s government decided Monday to hold early elections in April with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu struggling to keep together a one-seat majority in parliament as he also faces potential corruption charges in the months ahead. Despite Netanyahu’s recent legal and political troubles, polls have indicated he would remain prime minister after new elections, ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, lamenting the fact that the island’s first prime minister is receiving a monthly allowance of EC$500 (one EC dollar=US$0.37 cents), says his administration will table legislation early next year to adequately honour people who serve as head of a government in Dominica. “But it is an important thing for ...

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(CMC) — Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo Monday warned the coalition government of doing anything “outside the routine functioning of the state” as he announced plans for an early meeting with President David Granger next year following the successful motion of no confidence against his administration last weekend. “Anything outside the routine functioning of the state ...

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