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(DEMERARA WAVE) – Two bandits, who pretended to be policemen, slammed the living quarters of a security guard, forcing him to flee the premises after which the tied him up and stole GY$6.1 million dollars in items from a sand pit operation, police said. The incident occurred at Jason Baskarran Sand Pit, Yarrowkabra, Soesdyke- Linden ...

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By Melanius Alphonse In its simplest form, chaos is a state of utter confusion or disorder. Similarly, a mirror is undramatic, a reflection of self, a composite of the image presented. And on a linear structure, this interlaced with dreams and flashbacks, can also create a stream of sub-consciousness, abuse or negligence. In addition, concealment […]

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By Josefina Josepha On Saturday, October 6, 2018, the US Senate’s final vote tallied 50-48 in favour of Supreme Court justice appointee Brett Kavanaugh, who was paraded before the world to know that he had sexually assaulted Dr Chrissy Ford more than 30 years ago. In the USA, a man is guilty upon accusation instead […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Ladera Resort, an eco-luxe adults-only oasis located on St. Lucia’s southern end of the island, has been named as the Boutique Luxury Hotel of the Year in Caribbean Journal’s first ever Caribbean Boutique Hotel Awards, which celebrates the best of the Caribbean’s most authentic, fascinating and unforgettable properties. “We are honored to ...

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Mexico News Daily:-  A man arrested last week in México state has confessed to killing at least 20 women, sexually abusing some of them and selling their belongings and bones. Juan Carlos N., 34 and his wife Patricia N., 38, were arrested in the municipality of Ecatepec Thursday after leaving a house with a baby carriage containing human […]

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Press Release:-  The recent passage of Tropical Storm Kirk, and the 5.6 magnitude earthquake that rattled several OECS Member States directly following the storm, served as a reminder of the urgent need for resilience building within the region and the importance of international responsiveness and support to recovery efforts in the event of a disaster. It […]

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The event kicked off with pledges to tackle issues such as non-communicable diseases and youth unemployment Caribbean Week in Agriculture 2018 got underway in Barbados on Monday October 8th, 2018. The meeting brings together policy makers, agriculturists, agro-processors and entrepreneurs. For five days, they will discuss the most pressing issues facing regional agriculture and identify …
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(AP) — The death toll from a magnitude 5.9 earthquake that hit near northern Haiti has increased to 17. Officials say nine people died in the north coastal city of Port-de-Paix, seven in Gros Morne and one in Saint-Louis de Nord. The government said late Monday that another 333 people were injured and that at ...

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