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Washington Post:- Sheriff’s deputy Alan Gaston thought they were on the same side. One man, Mr Gaston, was a high-ranking officer in the Lucas County, Ohio, sheriff’s department with 34 years of experience. The other was a security guard contracted to protect an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) office in Toledo. But then the guard pulled his gun. […]

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Antigua Observer:– Four men accused of carrying out a massive drug trafficking operation in January this year have all walked free after the prosecution withdrew the case against them due to insufficient evidence. The accused were Gerald Darroux, a Dominican national living in Golden Grove New Extension; Glenroy Pierre, a Vincentian national living in the Falmouth […]

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Dear Sir: Trinidad and Tobago was recently been downgraded in its currency sovereign rating by Standards and Poor (S&P) from BBB+ to BBB. The reasons given for this are; lower than expected energy production and economic growth which will weaken the government’s revenue base and delay its plans to balance its budget by the fiscal […]
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Sydney , Australia (AFP) — An Australian media group yesterday lost an appeal against an Aus$300,000 (US$211,000) defamation payout to West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle after claiming he exposed his genitals to a masseuse. Gayle was accused by former media group Fairfax, which at the time was publisher of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, of exposing […]

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Dear Sir: Prior to the closure of Petrotrin, as you may recall, there was a secret meeting of employer organisations and individuals. A secret recording revealed that the subject of that meeting was the trade unions and the Industrial Court. Subsequently, there were several articles, appearing in the print media, critical of the Industrial Court, […]
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BBC News:- SeaWorld has hit back after Virgin Holidays said it had stopped selling tickets to the US theme park chain’s captive whale and dolphin experiences. SeaWorld said it was “disappointing to see Virgin Holidays succumb to pressure from animal activists”. It said the activists were people “who mislead and manipulate marine mammal science to advance […]

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Guyana Chronicle:– THE 30th Meeting of the Heads of CARICOM Social Security Organisations opened on Tuesday at the Guyana Marriott, with a call from Minister of Education, Dr. Nicolette Henry, for Social Security Schemes to remain relevant by modernising their operations to increase their efficiencies. Minister Henry delivered the keynote address on behalf of President David […]

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Dear Sir: Nearing the fourth year of its five-year mandate, the Keith Rowley-led People’s National Movement (PNM) administration has suddenly decided to appoint a Commission of Enquiry with regards to the payment of over $500 million to acquire lands for the construction of the Point Fortin Highway. The announcement from this bankrupt, incompetent and corrupted […]
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Dear Sir: This is the 81st anniversary of the Evan-les-Bains, France conference conducted July 6-15, 1938 to discuss the plight of the Jews in Nazi Germany, and develop and implement a plan to rescue them. President Franklin D. Roosevelt initiated convening the conference of 32 countries and 24 relief agencies. Adolph Hitler said he would […]
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