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(Consumer Reports) –Fruit juice’s health halo has slipped in recent years, mainly because it packs a lot of sugar and calories. But there’s another, lesser-known health risk with these juices: They may also contain potentially harmful levels of arsenic, cadmium, and lead, according to new tests from Consumer Reports. CR tested 45 popular fruit juices ...

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Newsday:-  Venezuelan pirates reportedly kidnapped five Trinidadian fishermen and a 17-year-old boy yesterday afternoon and demanded a ransom of US $200,000 for their safe return. Senior officers in the Southwestern division this afternoon confirmed the kidnapping, and said the message was sent to the victims’ families through another fisherman. The kidnapped men are Ricky Rhambarose, 35, Jerry […]

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(SNO) — As the political crisis in Venezuela continues unabated, Saint Lucia has stated that only Venezuelans should determine their future through new elections. Speaking to reporters outside parliament on Tuesday, Minister responsible for External Affairs, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, stressed the importance of new elections in the Spanish-speaking South American country. “There is an issue in Venezuela ...

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Jamaica Observer:–  Sandals Resorts yesterday welcomed Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson’s assurance that her Government will settle a current dispute with Beaches Resorts. At the same time, the all-inclusive resort chain made it clear that it has, for the past 23 years in which it has operated in the TCI, met its tax obligations. […]

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Declaring that humans are ‘political beings’, the Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church here has however stated that politics should not divide people. “The political temperature is too high – it is too much. If that happens, we forget about building the nation” Seth Ampadu said in an interview Tuesday. “Everything that we do, politics […]

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