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Time and time again since joining the STAR editorial department, the point has been driven home to me and my colleagues that social media can be both a curse and a blessing; that no reporter in his right mind would treat normally anonymous or pseudonymous FB postings as investigated facts.

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(BBC) — Firefighters are tackling a blaze in a business in the centre of Paris after a powerful explosion which injured a number people. Cars were wrecked and other buildings damaged by the blast on Rue de Trévise in the 9th Arrondissement. Police suspect a gas leak caused the explosion which occurred in a bakery ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) —  Attorney-at-Law and former Magistrate Chandra Sohan along with two of his legal colleagues, Ryan Crawford and Horatio Edmondson, Friday launched a new political party called the Federal United Party, which carries the acronym FED UP at the Central Corentyne Chambers of Commerce Office in Williamsburg. Sohan, who was identified as the ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Take the free vac­cines to guard against swine flu, was the ad­vice from Health Min­is­ter Ter­rence Deyals­ingh yes­ter­day af­ter he re­vealed there have been 17 lab-con­firmed cas­es of In­fluen­za A (H1N1) in the last year. “I want to urge five ma­jor cat­e­gories of peo­ple es­pe­cial­ly to take the vac­cines: health­care work­ers, preg­nant ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A stag­ger­ing 500 po­lice ve­hi­cles have been tak­en out of ser­vice over the past three years and Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith blames an in­ef­fi­cient main­te­nance sys­tem for the on­go­ing prob­lem. Grif­fith said those ve­hi­cles have been tak­en away from Po­lice Ser­vice crime fight­ing abil­i­ty. He told Guardian Me­dia that the Po­lice ...

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