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BBC- Uefa investigators want Manchester City to be banned from the Champions League for a season if they are found guilty of breaking financial rules. However, according to one well-placed source, a final decision is yet to be made by chief investigator Yves Leterme. The former Belgian prime minister, chairman of the investigatory panel of Uefa’s …
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Trinidad Express:- Three assault rifles, including an AR-15 and an AK-47, were discovered on the Port of Port of Spain yesterday hidden in a barrel stocked with canned meats and vegetables. Police are searching for a man who attempted to retrieve the barrel but after the rifles along with three magazines and an assortment of ammunition […]

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Press Release:– The control of the natural resources of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is the underlying objective of the hostile policy adopted by the United States government against the Latin American country, the Minister of Popular Power reiterated for the Foreign Relations, Jorge Arreaza. During a press conference at the Venezuelan Embassy in Moscow, the […]

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Guyana’s Acting Prison Director, Gladwin Samuels, who is currently in Saint Lucia, says he is proud to know that none of his countrymen are incarcerated at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF). “Fortunately, I found out that there are no Guyanese in the prison here,” Samuels said during an interview while visiting the BCF. “There is […]

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Saint Lucia’s Forestry Department is concerned about illegal wildlife exports from this country, Wildlife Officer, Pius Haynes, has disclosed. “Illegal wildlife trading is third to the illegal drugs trade and the illegal trading of weapons,” Haynes told the MBC Television programme – Police Insight on Monday night. He explained that the trade in wildlife is […]

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Press Release:– The Government of Saint Lucia recognizes that a successful agriculture industry is critical to the sustainable development of Saint Lucia. Hence, the Government continues to enhance and source markets for the island’s new and emerging crops as well as current crops such as bananas. In that regard, Prime Minister Honourable Allen Michael Chastanet […]

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