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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Prime Minister Andrew Holness has rejected claims that his Administration is moving to introduce same-sex marriage through the back door. “We hear many talks in the society about how we define gender and sexuality in our country,” said Holness at a Father’s Day picnic at the Office of the Prime Minister in ...

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(Reuters) – The ad-hoc board of Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA, appointed by opposition leader Juan Guaido, said on Saturday it had asked Jamaica’s government not to seize the company’s shares in an oil refinery on the island. Jamaica’s Senate in February passed legislation clearing the way for the government to acquire the 49 percent ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Gov­ern­ment’s visa stip­u­la­tion for Venezue­lans is caus­ing con­cerns among some Venezue­lans who are due to come here soon, as well as re­cent reg­is­trants who had planned to bring rel­a­tives over. Their con­cerns are about the pro­ce­dures to be and how ef­fi­cient­ly the sys­tem will be im­ple­ment­ed. The stip­u­la­tion was an­nounced by Gov­ern­ment ...

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CNN:- A beachside New Zealand suburb known for roaming chickens and yoga has become infested with hordes of  unwelcome guests: large, writhing rats. The rodents — which have swarmed around shops and houses in the artsy west Auckland suburb of Titirangi — have made headlines in New Zealand recently, where local media have described them […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — As a young budding footballer who represented Jamaica College in Under-14 and Under-16 football competitions, Richard Byfield’s big dream was to make the Reggae Boyz team one day. Therefore, when he transferred to grade 12 at Kingston College in September 2015, he was ecstatic about the opportunity to pursue his dream as ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — With Ghana commemorating 400 years since the first African slave was shipped from its shores, the president of the West African country, Nana Akufo-Addo, has offered an invitation to Jamaicans to come share in activities taking place in that country to mark the occasion. Speaking during a tour of Seville Great House ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BRADES, Montserrat – The US accused Iran of being behind attacks on two tankers carrying “Japanese-related” cargo, in the Persian Gulf, manifest a serious need to pursue a diplomatic adventure on the Persian nuclear question and its impact on global issues. UN secretary general Antonio Gutteres condemned the attack and […]
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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Vieux-Fort Carnival Committee hosted a sashing ceremony for the Miss Mas In The South Pageant on Friday, June 14, 2019, at the International American Medical University. This event was held to present the five intelligent, beautiful and talented contestants to their corporate sponsors and provide those in attendance with information on the ...

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