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(ABC NEWS) – Hurricane Willa, now a Category 3 storm, is churning toward Mexico with winds up to 125 mph. Deadly storm surge is expected between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta, which has already seen heavy rain and flooding. Willa was passing over Las Islas Marias, Mexico, Tuesday morning and is forecast to make landfall Tuesday ...

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(ABC NEWS) – A 13-year-old boy stabbed his teacher with an 8-inch butcher knife at his Georgia middle school on Monday, according to the principal. The student was taken into custody after the incident in an eighth-grade language arts classroom at Trickum Middle School, Gwinnett County Public Schools spokeswoman Sloan Roach told ABC News. The ...

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet joined Prime Minister of Saint Vincent Hon. Ralph Gonsalves, Grenada’s Hon. Keith Mitchell, Barbados’ Hon. Mia Amor Mottley and Antigua and Barbuda’s Hon. Gaston Browne, for an update on the Technical Committee Report on the Restructuring of the LIAT on Monday 22nd October 2018 at the Argyle International Airport in SVG.

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(DALLAS NEWS) – Attorneys for the parents of a 26-year-old man shot and killed in his own apartment by an off-duty Dallas police officer in uniform say they are close to filing a lawsuit against the city in federal court. Although Amber Guyger wasn’t on the clock, a court could find the city liable if ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) – American Airlines has announced that effective October 22, the airline will be going cashless at Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI). Passengers will be required to use a credit or debit card to make any transactions at the airport, including purchasing tickets and paying for checked baggage. “American has transitioned to a cashless ...

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(SKY NEWS) – A 75-year-old woman in the US has been charged with shooting her grandson over a cup of tea, according to local media. Helen Washington is said to have wounded the boy because he rested his drink on a wooden table in her home. Police officers arrived at the property in Brooklyn Centre, ...

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Sky News:-  Rapper Jon James McMurray has fallen to his death after a video shoot on the wing of a plane mid-flight went tragically wrong. The 34-year-old Canadian had been training “intensively” for the stunt which involved rapping while walking along the wing of a plane, according to his management. But the small plane he was […]

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(SKY NEWS) – A German man has been jailed for attempted murder for poisoning baby food in order to blackmail supermarkets for money. The 54-year-old was sentenced to 12 years in prison after he laced several jars with a compound used in anti-freeze. The man – who has not been named – sent emails last ...

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(AFP) — Mexico “absolutely” could follow Canada’s lead in legalising marijuana as a way to reduce violence generated by a war on drugs that “doesn’t work,” its incoming foreign minister said Tuesday. Marcelo Ebrard, who will become foreign minister when Mexico’s president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador takes office December 1, said he discussed Ottawa’s experience ...

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The Water and Sewerage Company Inc (WASCO) began trucking water from Castries to the South of Saint Lucia Monday, in an attempt to bring relief to customers affected by a water shortage after the recent heavy rainfall. WASCO Communication and Marketing Officer, Cherry-Ann Williams, explained that the heavy rainfall created challenges for the company, such […]

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