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Fox News:-  A Georgia man was convicted Thursday of murdering a grieving man who “accidentally bumped into” him at a bar last year. Torry Bowman, 33, was found guilty in the October 2017 killing of 25-year-old Alec Price, who had been mourning the death of his grandmother, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office announced. Price’s grandmother had died earlier in […]

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(CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW) — During the parliamentary session in Saint Lucia on Tuesday, when numerous motions and bills were tabled and passed, including additional borrowing in excess of EC$200 million and to authorise after the fact a US$20 million World Bank line of credit, former prime minister and minister for finance, Dr Kenny Anthony, took ...

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Compulsory acquisition of private property by the government of Saint Lucia for the purposes of “touristic development” has become a staple of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet’s development ethos. That philosophy has generated public concern that negotiations are well advanced for the relocation and/or closure of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS) and Sir Ira Simmons ...

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Barbados Nation:-  This winter season no visitor to Barbados will be left to face the heat. That’s because the Grantley Adams International Airport has pushed up its schedule and started a number of major renovations there, according to Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds. Government received a US$40 million loan last month from the Caribbean Development Bank […]

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(CMC) – The Barbados-based Caribbean Drought and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CDPMN) says while some parts of the Caribbean have been receiving below-normal rainfall in the past few months, there are concerns for short-term drought situations only in St. Lucia and The Bahamas. The CDPMN, which operates in collaboration with the Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and ...

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Press Release:–  The Saint Lucia Trade Export Promotion Agency (TEPA), is determined to improve Saint Lucia’s cocoa industry. The organization recently submitted a proposal to Compete Caribbean with a view to secure funding in order to assist clients with export potential, Jerson Badal, TEPA Director of Client Services Delivery, said. “For example right now we know […]

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(SNO) — Commissioner of Police Severin Moncherry disclosed on Friday, November 2 that the “person of interest” in the murder of Kimberly De Leon — her husband — has proceeded on 100 days vacation leave. “The person of interest, like I said earlier, has proceeded on vacation leave for I think about a 100 days ...

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