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(SNO) — This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, however this time around men will have to play a role, as the Ministry of Health and Wellness is calling on them to come in and have their breasts examined as they too can get breast cancer. Janelle Alexander Dupre (family life educator), Michelle Francois (national ...

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(CMC) – A senior official of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says Jamaica continues to make strong economic progress, with the country’s economy poised to generate continued growth. “Most would agree with me that Jamaica is now in a position to do things it hasn’t been able to do for the last two or three ...

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(CMC) – The Bahamas has expressed an interest in becoming part of an initiative that seeks to boost travel within the region. Aviation officials, who participated in the State of the Tourism Industry Conference (SOTIC), say they discussed the initiative during the “Sky Is The Limit” workshop exchanging ideas on how to make travel to ...

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(CMC) – Police have detained the chief executive officer of the Washington University of Barbados, Gopi Venkat Rao, after he was linked to a scheme that swindled hundreds of students of thousands of dollars. Venkat Rao is wanted in India amid allegations that he had promised the students admission to foreign medical universities. Soon after ...

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(CMC) – The Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) says the country has recorded its lowest ever deforestation rate to date of 0.048 per cent and this augurs well for the Guyana -Norway Forest agreement. In 2009, Norway and Guyana signed a US$250 million agreement to preserve tropical forests with the two governments envisioning a financial mechanism ...

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(T&T GUARDIAN) — The reign of three teenaged ban­dits, whom po­lice said lured their vic­tims to a lone­ly area by false­ly ad­ver­tis­ing a car of sale on Face­book, end­ed on Thurs­day when they were ar­rest­ed. Po­lice said the three men, who ages are 18 and 19, were held by San Fer­nan­do and Mon Re­pos CID ...

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(BBC) — The US Senate has voted to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, after weeks of rancorous debate. The Senate backed Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination by 50 votes to 48. Mr Kavanaugh had been embroiled in a bitter battle to stave off allegations of sexual assault. But after an 11th-hour investigation by ...

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(CMC) – Guyana marked the 42nd anniversary of the Cubana airline disaster pledging to continue the fight against terrorism. “Guyana has paid a heavy price in the loss of lives for dictating policies and goals. We felt that way because 10 years after being freed from the shackles of three centuries of colonial bondage we ...

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(CMC) – West Indies suffered a humiliating innings and 272-run defeat inside three days in the opening Test here Saturday, to hand India their largest-ever victory in Tests. Starting the third day at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium requiring a huge effort to remain in the contest, West Indies spectacularly lost 14 wickets, to extend their …
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