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Sky News:- Waitrose has apologised for selling a dark chocolate Easter duckling that was labelled as “ugly” after suggestions it was racist. The supermarket chain said it did not intend to “cause any offence” and it had replaced the £8 product with new labelling that removes the names. Originally, the trio of Easter ducklings included milk […]

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At least 13 storm systems should reach tropical strength and get a name in 2019, with 5 becoming hurricanes and two spawning winds of 111 miles per hour or more. That’s according to the first official hurricane season prediction for the 2019. The official start of the hurricane season is still two months away, but …
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The chairman of the St. Lucia Fire Service Association is calling on the authorities to move swiftly to appoint a fire investigator. Felix told reporters on Monday that the absence of an appointment remains a sore point for officers. He said the most disheartening aspect of the matter is that a qualified female candidate, continues …
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BBC News:– Twin brothers from the Belgian city of Leuven have been acquitted of involvement in a snack-bar fight because they could not be told apart. Ibrahim and Murat A were both put on trial for assault and causing injury to a man during a row in October 2015. Police obtained CCTV footage of the attack, […]

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Guyana Chronicle:– JARREL Duke was, on Monday freed of a rape charge by the Sexual Offences Court of the Demerara High Court after a jury returned a not-guilty verdict. Duke, 20, was on trial before Justice Brassington Reynolds for allegedly engaging in sexual penetration with a six-year-old boy between December 14, 2013 and December 18, 2013. […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) — An Air Canada flight was forced to make an emergency landing at the Grantly Adams International Airport yesterday, following a medical emergency in which 94-year-old German man died on board. The authorities report that flight AC 1724 from Montréal-Trudeau International to Barbados was met by emergency services. It’s reported that the […]

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