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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A number of Venezuelans who escaped the Nicolas Maduro regime and sought sanctuary in Trinidad believe the promise of refugee registration ID cards is a good move. Fleeing starvation and violence in their home country, they have found jobs in Trinidad and Tobago and for the first time in several years are ...

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(SKY NEWS) — US rapper Bow Wow has been charged with battery after a fight with a woman in the early hours of the morning. The musician, real name Shad Moss, was arrested by police in Atlanta, Georgia. Police were called to an address in Midtown Atlanta at around 4.15am on Saturday. A woman named ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Notorious drug lord El Chapo drugged and raped minors and called them his “vitamins”, according to a witness quoted in newly unsealed court documents. Joaquin Guzman, 61, was extradited to the US last year after escaping from a Mexican prison twice. The alleged co-founder of the Sinaloa cartel is accused of smuggling ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Police on Saturday reported an incident where a 60-year-old woman was taken from her St George home and put in the trunk of her car by a masked man. A press release stated that the incident involving Radha Rabilall, occurred on Thursday. It stated: “Police responded to a report at Fort George ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Drivers in Barbados are set to benefit from quicker motor vehicle accident reports that the Royal Barbados Police Force will soon produce electronically to support efficient processing of insurance claims. Minister in the Ministry of Finance Ryan Straughn last night made this revelation during ICBL’s 40th anniversary celebration at Sandals Royal, Christ ...

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Jamaica Observer:-  MONTEGO BAY, St James – President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church Pastor Ted Wilson yesterday stoutly defended the sanctity of human life, as the renewed debate on abortion rages on. “Seventh-day Adventists believe in the sanctity of life. We believe that God created human beings on the sixth day of a liberal seven-day […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  KINGSTON, Jamaica — There has been an outpouring of shock and grief on social media following news that the Opposition People’s National Party (PNP) Member of Parliament for Portland Eastern, Dr Lynvale Bloomfield was found dead at his home. Bloomfield was reportedly stabbed to death. President, leadership and membership of the Opposition said they […]

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Associated Press:-  BOWIE, Md. — Maryland authorities say they are investigating a crash that killed five children who were ejected from a vehicle. Two adults were also injured. Maryland State Police troopers say in a news release that the single-vehicle crash happened before 5 a.m. Saturday on northbound Route 301 in Prince George’s County. The troopers […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Invest Saint Lucia (ISL) is in the process of developing a master plan for the Anse de Sable area in Vieux-Fort, as part of the overall redevelopment plan for the southern town. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Roderick Cherry remarked, “Invest Saint Lucia owns a large portion of land in Vieux-Fort and it ...

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Huffington Post:-  Sgt. Gregg Lewis was fired last year for reportedly making several racist comments to his precinct in Portland, Oregon. Lewis’ comments were not publicly shared until this week when his termination letter was released by the Portland mayor’s office. Lewis told about 20 other cops during a roll call meeting on Feb. 12, […]

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