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(BBC) — US President Donald Trump has outlined his “strongly pro-life” views on abortion amid controversy over strict new laws passed in several states. Mr Trump said he was against abortion except in cases of rape, incest or a “serious health risk” to the mother. His stance on what is a divisive election issue in ...

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Press Release:-  Saint Lucia and the Republic of Cuba have renewed its cooperation agreement in the health sector for another two years. Cuban Ambassador to Saint Lucia His Excellency Alejandro Simancas Marin and Saint Lucia’s Minister for Health and Wellness Sen. Hon. Mary Isaac recently signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of further developing […]

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Parkinson’s is a neurological disorder first known as Shaking Palsy but which later took its name from the English doctor who identified it in 1817: James Parkinson. Its symptoms appear slowly and it is often difficult to diagnose in the early stages. It usually affects people over 60 but it is not unheard of in younger people. Famous sufferers of Parkinson’s include Muhammad Ali and Michael J. Fox.

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Guyana’s Interception of Communications Act was Wednesday amended to pave the way for call centres to legally record calls with customers, Minister of Public Telecommunications Cathy Hughes told the National Assembly. In piloting amendments to the 2008 Act, Hughes said the law currently does not take into account advances in telecommunications technology. ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — The Guyana LGBTQ+ Coalition on Friday officially launched the Guyana Pride Festival 2019 at the Secretariat of the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD). Joel Simpson, of SASOD, said persons should come for Guyana Carnival and Stay for Pride 2019. The Pride Festival will run from May 28 to June 3, ...

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Saint Lucia police have arrested a man believed to have been involved in the theft of some car tyres and rims at Lumbard, Mon Repos, in the wee hours of Sunday morning. The suspect is reported to have been in the company of another man when the items were stolen from a parked vehicle. According […]

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In recent years the Caribbean has seen a number of high profile cases find a final resolution far from home in the UK’s Privy Council (PC). However, with the rise in the past two decades of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as an alternative to the PC, there’s renewed debate about the appropriateness of a London-based court having the final say on Caribbean legal matters. That’s why it’s a good time to review the state of play between the PC and CCJ.

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Sky News:– Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts. The students at Morehouse College, an all-male historically black institution, were already in a celebratory mood as they prepared to receive their degrees at the end-of-year ceremony, but were sent into […]

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