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By Derrick Miller A sexual assault alarm: Stuck in traffic on a commuter bus one evening heading home from work, I came across an article published on October 2, 2018, by the Detroit Free Press about two women raped in Jamaica at an exclusive hotel by an employee hired few days earlier. He crawled up […]

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By Dr Lee Ying-yuan Continued growth in emissions of greenhouse gases around the world has caused abnormal and extreme weather events such as heatwaves, droughts, and catastrophic torrential rains. These events are no longer just abstract future scenarios; they are happening today in all corners of the globe. Average temperatures in Taiwan in the past […]

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KOCO5 News:-  ARLINGTON, Texas —Police in Texas said a 2-year-old girl died after being hit numerous times with a belt and suffering from a severe burn. Arlington police were called to an apartment Saturday because a child wasn’t breathing. Aniyah Darnell was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital. An autopsy will determine her cause […]

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Dear Sir: The masses have spoken but the elites refuse to listen. On Tuesday, November 6, the citizens of Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada soundly rejected the entreaties of local and regional leaders to vote “yes” in separate referenda to replace the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) with the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice […]

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Fox News:-  An afternoon on the playground for students in an Oklahoma elementary school turned into a terrifying encounter after a dog came in through an open gate and attacked several of them, officials said. The Oklahoma City Public Schools said on Twitter that several students were bitten at the Fillmore Elementary School when the dog entered the […]

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Dear Sir: We herewith would like to bring attention to an urgent emerging undemocratic development in the Southern Caribbean. On November 20, 2018, the illegally deposed government of St Eustatius will be in court of first instance in St Maarten against the Dutch government to plead and fight for their fundamental democratic and inalienable right […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Mission of Seventh Day Adventists – (SDA), will convenes its fifth Quadrennial Mission Session November 21 – 23, 2018, at the L’Abayee SDA Church under the theme, ‘United in Spirit – Fulfilling God’s Purpose”. The opening ceremony will commence at 3:00 pm, Wednesday November 21, and the daily business sessions will […]

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Relatives of Julian Alfred, whose body was discovered at Monchy, Gros Islet, have not ruled out foul play in his death. “We don’t know. It’s when the post mortem is done – then we will know,” Quinton Laporte, a nephew of the dead man told St Lucia Times. Laporte said he last saw the deceased […]

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