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Sky News:–  “Freezing” inmates at a New York City prison have spent a week with limited heat or electricity during the polar vortex which brought temperatures down to -17C (2F). Nearly 1,000 prisoners at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn have been stuck in their cells without heating, light or access to computers to communicate with […]

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Trinidad Express:–  POLICE officers are advising members of the public against assaulting, obstructing, resisting or using obscene language against police officers in the execution of their duties. It is a criminal offence. Police say they have noted videos in circulation which show members of the public obstructing the police whilst carrying out lawful arrests. The most […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  ST Lucian, Arthur Langalier, regarded as Guyanese boxer Desmond Amsterdam’s greatest rival in recent times, will be coming to Guyana on February 17 for a rematch of sorts, at the Patrick Ford Memorial tournament at the National Gymnasium. The two pugilists met in the final of the Caribbean Boxing Championships (CBC) last year in […]

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BBC:-  A man has been arrested and charged with insurance fraud in the US state of New Jersey after allegedly pretending to slip and fall on ice cubes. It comes after CCTV footage appeared to show a man deliberately throwing ice on the floor before faking a fall. The Middlesex County prosecutor said Alexander Goldinsky, 57, […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A Cana­di­an busi­ness­man has warned his coun­try­men to be care­ful when trav­el­ling to Trinidad af­ter he was ar­rest­ed for pos­ses­sion of three emp­ty bul­let shell cas­ings and kept for a week at the Max­i­mum Se­cu­ri­ty Prison (MSP.) On Thurs­day, in an in­ter­view with a Cana­di­an-based news out­let, busi­ness­man Bri­an Doubt re­count­ed com­ing ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Senior sleuths from the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Major Investigation Division remained clueless up to last night about the circumstances that led to the death of Member of Parliament (MP) for Portland Eastern, Dr Lynvale Bloomfield yesterday morning. The lifeless body of Dr Bloomfield was found with several stab wounds at his home ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Actor Jussie Smollett has said he has been “100% factual and consistent on every level” about a suspected racist and homophobic attack in which a rope was wrapped around his neck. The Empire star said he was targeted in Chicago by two men who beat him up and also poured an unknown ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Venezue­lan na­tion­als who marched around the Queen’s Park Sa­van­nah to­day in sup­port of the coun­try’s op­po­si­tion leader Juan Guai­do chant­ed his name to the tune of the foot­ball song “Olé Olé Olé, Maduro must go and Pres­i­dent Guai­do. ” The Venezue­lans were call­ing on PM Dr Kei­th Row­ley to back Guai­do, who ...

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