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(BBC) — A 27-year-old Indian man plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent. Mumbai businessman Raphael Samuel told the BBC that it’s wrong to bring children into the world because they then have to put up with lifelong suffering. Mr Samuel, of course, understands that our consent can’t be ...

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(BBC) — A day after Pope Francis publicly admitted for the first time that clerics had sexually abused nuns, promising to tackle the issue that was “still going on” within the Catholic Church, two former nuns have spoken about their experiences with the BBC. Appearing on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour on Thursday morning, the ...

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Press Release:-   Spurring domestic agricultural production to meet local and international demand while reducing the region’s food import bill is the focus of a powerful new data tool recently presented to agricultural decision makers at the OECS Commission. The ‘OECS Trade Vista for Food and Agriculture’ portal was presented by Dr. Patrick Antoine, Special Adviser to the […]

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DUBAI, UAE — The WINDIES Women defeated Pakistan Women by 146 runs in the 1st One Day International as part of the ICC Women’s Championship Round 4 at the Dubai International Stadium. This match was historic as it was the first women’s match ever to be played at the venue. Captain Stafanie Taylor won the ...

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(NEW YORK TIMES) — As he adjusted to incarceration, Bill Cosby spent his first four months in prison in a special unit, isolated from other inmates, out of concern for his safety at SCI Phoenix, a maximum-security facility outside Philadelphia. But last week authorities moved him from so-called administrative segregation to join the general population ...

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(CNN) — A deadly cancer linked to breast implants has been found in additional women in the United States, federal health officials said. At least 457 women in the United States have so far been diagnosed with anaplastic large cell lymphoma, the Food and Drug Administration said in a statement Wednesday. Of those, nine have ...

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GROS ISLET, Saint Lucia – Chris Gayle will make a return to WINDIES colours, while Nicholas Pooran has earned his maiden call-up in the 50-over format as CWI Selection Panel named the 14-member squad for the first and second One-Day Internationals against England. The 39-year-old Gayle is the second most capped WINDIES player with 284 ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Jay-Z has hired a lawyer to help UK-born rapper 21 Savage following his arrest and detainment in the US. The music mogul branded the arrest an “absolute travesty” and said he should be released “immediately”. 21 Savage – whose real name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph – was arrested by Immigration and ...

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NBC News:-  Luxury fashion brand Gucci has stopped selling a sweater that resembles blackface. The turtleneck black wool balaclava sweater covers the nose and includes a red cut-out for the mouth. It was being sold for $890 in Gucci stores and online before being pulled. The Italian company released a statement Wednesday saying it “deeply apologizes for the […]

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