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(BARBADOS TODAY) — St Lucia’s former prime minister Dr Kenny Anthony has described Barbados’ economic restructuring as necessary and unavoidable. But Dr Anthony told Barbados TODAY he was confident the country would return to its glory days, while calling on the Government to continue communicating with citizens during the adjustment process. “I think the policy ...

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By Tiberiu Dianu Between Monday, October 1 and Saturday, October 6, 2018, First Lady Melania Trump made her first major solo trip abroad, visiting the African nations of Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt. The main goal was to identify some challenges these countries are confronted with and where the United States may have a positive […]

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Dear Sir: “We will be reshaping the Jamaican Diaspora Foundation and Institute into the ‘Global Connect Jamaica’, which will be a public-private partnership trust, geared towards encouraging the Jamaican Diaspora to invest in Jamaica,” said Holness at the launch of the Jamaica 55 Diaspora Conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Andrew […]

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Dear Sir: Recently, the New York Times published an article titled “The eleven facts you should know about Trump’s fortune”, written by Russ Buettner, Susanne Craig and David Barstow. It is evident that this article is aimed at eroding the figure of Trump with a view to the partial elections of November, as if he […]

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Dear Sir: The Republican-controlled Senate rammed through the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court out of fear of losing control of the Senate in the upcoming mid-term elections. The vote was along party lines, 49 Republicans and one Democrat for him, and 48 Democrats against him. Unfortunately, they put the Republican Party ahead […]

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(Reuters) – The hunt for missing people in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael early Sunday is turning into a search for the dead, as hope of finding more people alive fades in the Florida Panhandle, U.S. officials said. “We’re going into recovery mode, unfortunately,” said Fire Chief Alex Baird of Panama City, one of the ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) has called on the government to stop importing chicken wings. Chief Executive Officer James Paul, a former legislator, made the call claiming a glut is in the offing. Paul was speaking on the sidelines of a meeting on Saturday with regional trade ministers . He noted that due ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — A young man who reportedly stabbed his form teacher seven times, damaging her lungs and heart after she went to complain to his mother that he had deliberately bumped into her, was remanded for psychiatric evaluation. Matthew Smith, 18, of Cooreville Gardens, St Andrew, was arrested in August and charged with wounding ...

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