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Fox News:-  A 12-year-old boy stole a patrol car belonging to the City of Flint Police Department in Michigan on Tuesday, authorities said. The boy, who has not yet been identified, allegedly stole the car after authorities arrived at his home, responding to a domestic disturbance call relating to the boy and his father, local news […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Suriname agrees with the United Nations secretary-general that a lack of trust among countries is the fundamental issue confronting the international community, the minister of foreign affairs of Suriname told the UN General Assembly on Saturday. Yldiz Pollack-Beighle affirmed her nation’s commitment to upholding internationally accepted principles which “provide for predictable […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Climate change results from “an economic calculus” that pushes global destruction, Francine Baron, minister for foreign affairs of Dominica, told the United Nations Assembly on Saturday, stressing that “it must be accepted as the responsibility of our time.” Noting that poverty, inequality and violence are also shared responsibilities, she maintained that […]

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T&T Newsday:–  A 15-year-old Princes Town schoolgirl who secretly married a 46-year-old man in a Muslim ceremony known as Nikah is now on suicide watch. Her husband was detained by Child Protection police on Thursday and is facing charges of sexual penetration. The suspect was detained by Child Protection police on Thursday but complained of chest […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Prime Minister Gaston Browne on Friday signed an accreditation master agreement with the Green Climate Fund (GCF), as the final step in the accreditation process on behalf of the Department of Environment. This milestone unlocks opportunities for the continued strengthening of the climate resilience agenda of Antigua and Barbuda. The accreditation […]

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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica — The use of internet and mobile devices as platforms to shop and purchase travel products is rapidly increasing and has transformed the Jamaican tourism industry. According to the Expedia Group, its mobile booking platforms report a spike in mobile demand during January-June 2018, when compared to the previous year, to the […]

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By Adrian Loveridge Officially from today, the second airline departure tax will be levied on all flight tickets purchased, adding another US$70 per person, irrespective of age, for extra regional travel and US$35 within the Caribbean. Time will tell of course of the impact that it will have on arrival numbers and perhaps more importantly, […]

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By Jwala Rambarran It’s now old news that the prime minister of our twin island country wants to spend taxpayers’ money to build a mega-hotel resort on the controversially acquired Buccoo Estate in Tobago for a billionaire considered the second richest businessman in Jamaica. Prime Minister Rowley thinks the Sandals Tobago resort will inject new […]

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Dear Sir: Recently, the top brass of Belize’s security services; made a pubic pronouncement of their support for a “yes” vote on the upcoming referendum, scheduled for April 10, 2019. The Belize Progressive Party (BPP), in keeping with our mandate to speak out on all matters that bear scrutiny for the betterment of our society, […]

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Dear Sir: Procreation to birth requires a team, it takes a village to raise a child, athletes need a devoted coaching team to win and it takes an association to lobby for success. An entrepreneur (risk-taker) with a very bright idea, which would benefit a significant majority, is doomed to fail without support. Family and […]

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