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Family members of the late Botham Jean have said that they are pleased with the level of support they are getting from Saint Lucians. A thanksgiving birthday praise march in memory of the 26 year old who was shot dead in his apartment in Dallas on September 6, 2018, by a female police officer, took […]

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USA Today:-  A federal judge in Kansas has ruled that a South Korean-born teenager, who was adopted by her aunt and uncle in Kansas, will have to leave the country right after graduation from college because of a disparity between state and immigration laws regarding a child’s age at the time of their adoption. Hyebin Schreiber was brought to […]

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France 24/Reuters:- During a trip to the French overseas territory Guadeloupe on Friday, President Emmanuel Macron pledged to keep a promise to clean up toxic Sargassum seaweed within 48 hours of it running aground. Like the rest of the Caribbean, the Antilles suffered in 2011 from an unprecedented invasion of Sargassum seaweed (sometimes known as gulf […]

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Young Saint Lucian cricketer Kimani Melius has gotten a recall to the West Indies B Team to take part in the Cricket West Indies Regional Super 50, which bowls off in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago in early October. The West Indies B team will play in Group A of the tournament, and includes home …
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(SNO) — Saint Lucia is sending its smallest team ever to the Summer Youth Olympic Games, with just three athletes representing the nation in two sports, athletics and swimming. Ironically, however, hopes may never have been higher that the island will get its first medal at this level. The III Summer Youth Olympic Games will ...

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(SNO) — Young Saint Lucian cricketer Kimani Melius has gotten a recall to the West Indies B Team to take part in the Cricket West Indies Regional Super 50, which bowls off in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago in early October. The West Indies B team will play in Group A of the tournament, and ...

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A father and his six year old son were forced to flee their home Thursday night due to the effect of high winds associated with the passage of Tropical Stork Kirk. The incident occurred at Vieux Secrieux, Gros Islet. Relatives and neighbours have since helped the family to rebuild the house. Roberto Soudine told St […]

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USA Today:–  Two police officers were killed in a shootout early Saturday morning in Mississippi. The names of the officers are not yet being released pending notification of the next of kin. The incident occurred in Brookhaven, Mississippi, an hour south of Jackson. Authorities say one of the suspects is also dead and another is hospitalized. It is not […]

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AFP:-  When the stone slabs crashed into her butcher’s shop window last week, Elisabeth Cure became the latest victim of “radical vegans” who are trying to force a change in eating habits in traditionally meat-loving France. The attack in a quiet town of Saint-Arnoult-en-Yvelines, 50 kilometres (30 miles) southwest of Paris, took place at 3:00 […]

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UNITED NATIONS, Sept 29– St. Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Friday lamented the lack of financial and other support for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) saying that global policies, programmes and strategies remain “unfairly unaccommodating” to the “very real and true challenges” facing SIDS. “That SIDS are more vulnerable to natural hazards than other countries, […]

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