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Sky News:–  Cristiano Ronaldo has denied raping an American woman – describing the allegation as “fake news”. The Portuguese footballer addressed the accusations made by Kathryn Mayorga in an Instagram video on Sunday. Ms Mayorga, 34, had told Der Spiegel that Ronaldo raped her in June 2009 in a Las Vegas hotel room. The magazine reported […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  Jamaican scientist Dr Henry Lowe says he and his research partners have found molecules in cannabis and the Jamaican ball moss that can fight prostate cancer. “We have made a lot of new strides in that area in that we have done research and development, and we have, through cannabis, found some new molecules which […]

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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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