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WILLEMSTAD, Curacao, Feb. 20, CMC – Venezuela has shut the maritime border with the nearby Dutch Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao in an effort to prevent opposition leader Juan Guaido from trying to bring humanitarian aid from foreign territories. Vice Admiral Vladimir Quintero, who heads a military unit in the Venezuelan coastal state of ...

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Fox News:–  A teenager in Texas who was nearly killed while trying to snap the perfect selfie atop a bridge in Dallas has a simple message: No photo is worth it. Triston Bailey was reportedly with a group of friends headed home from a DallasStars game on Nov. 12 when the group decided to pull over for […]

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Sky News:–  Nurses at a hospital in Naples may have released cockroaches into a ward in order to get it closed, police have said. Media in the southern Italian city have reported detectives suspect the insects were introduced to the Accident and Emergency ward at the Vecchio Pellegrini Hospital by staff who wanted to be transferred […]

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Trinidad Express:-  A MORVANT couple charged for the September 2 2017 murder of Dr Clair Broadbridge, 80 who was found dead in St Ann’s home were ordered last week Thursday to stand trial for murder at the next sitting of the Assizes. The couple, John Smith, 36 and his wife, Virginia Nedd, 34 were before Acting […]

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia police have released without charge, the two suspects who were in custody in connection with the shooting death of 49-year-old Syrian national and Rodney Heights resident, Souheil Wassouf, according to law enforcement sources. However, one of the suspects has been charged for the possession of drugs which were found during a search ...

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(CNN) — Wannabe vampires, beware: The US Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday against using plasma infusions from young blood donors to ward off the effects of normal aging as well as other more serious conditions. Plasma, the liquid portion of the blood, contains proteins that help clot blood. The infusions are promoted to treat ...

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(CNN) — GM CEO Mary Barra visited employees on Tuesday at a Toledo, Ohio, plant that has been alleged to be the site of racial discrimination and harassment, and told employees all complaints are being taken seriously. “The meetings with employees covered regular business aspects, as well as workplace behavior and culture issues,” said David ...

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(SNO) — The police are warning motorists that they will take tough action against them if they break traffic rules in the capital during the island’s Independence celebrations on Friday. George Nicholas, superintendent of police in charge of operations, warned that the police have utilized the services of a wrecker that will be used “without ...

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BBC News:-  Two prominent Roman Catholic Church cardinals have urged an end of what they call “the plague of the homosexual agenda”, telling bishops to break their complicity over cases of sexual abuse. In an open letter, Cardinals Burke and Brandmüller say the Church has wrongly blamed the abuse of power by clergy as the […]

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Barbados Today:–  Members of the Venezuelan community in Barbados are pleading with the embattled Nicolás Maduro-led administration to allow humanitarian aid into their homeland and ease the suffering of their countrymen. The call from a group of almost 20 members of the Venezuela Association of Barbados (VAB) was made as they stood outside the Venezuelan Embassy […]

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