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New York Post:-  A combative President Trump on Wednesday angrily barked at reporters at a White House news conference — refusing to answer questions and ordering reporters to stop talking and sit down when they asked things he didn’t like. After CNN’s Jim Acosta pressed him on why he characterized a caravan of a few thousand […]

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Trinidad Express:-  Fire officers are yet to determine whether the blaze which destroyed two homes in Couva on Divali night was caused by fireworks. The fire started in an upholstery workshop owned by 61-year-old Michael Rampersad at Baksh Settlement, Mc Bean Village, Couva on Tuesday. Neighbours said children from the community were playing with scratch bombs […]

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Jakarta Post:-  A Sriwijaya Air flight bound for Jakarta from Bengkulu on Monday was reportedly delayed for an hour after passengers objected to the pungent aroma of durian in the passenger cabin. Antara reporter Boyke Ledy Watra, who happened to be on the plane, reported that several passengers argued, occasionally almost coming to blows, with flight crew […]

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Senator Fortuna Belrose has welcomed a recent cabinet shuffle in which she was made Minister in the Ministry of Tourism, Information, Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries with responsibility for Culture and the Creative Industries. Belrose was formerly Minister within the Ministry for Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local Government. “The shuffle is basically reinforcing government’s […]

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The President of the National Association of Driving Schools (NADS), Kingson Jean, has welcomed a notice from the police advising owners of stray animals that the animals could be seized or shot. But while welcoming the notice, Jean expressed the view that the situation had been allowed to fester for too long without serious action […]

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UPI:-  Commuters on a Philippines bus captured video of a dog that boarded the public transportation alone to follow his owner to work. Witnesses said the dog boarded the bus by itself Friday in Cebu City and stared out the window as the vehicle went about its route. Passenger Tet Tapuyao captured video of the canine […]

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Press Release:-  The University Grants Committee (UGC) of The University of the West Indies (The UWI) met in a special session at The UWI Regional Headquarters in Mona, Jamaica on November 1, 2018, to receive the special report of a Task Force commissioned to examine alternative models of university funding in light of the challenges facing […]

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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre, has been responding to assertions that there could be a tourism backlash from this country’s failure to legalise marijuana. Pierre, who is a former Tourism Minister, said that Saint Lucia can make a start by decriminalising possession of small portions of ganja. He spoke against the backdrop of a warning […]

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