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Sky News:-  America says “everything is on the table” to keep migrants out as it unveiled the first phase of a wall at the Mexico border. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the administration was looking at all legal options to keep migrants out. Her comments come as a caravan of migrants made up of thousands […]

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Sky News:–  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shunned the VIP area to sit with the general crowd when they watched one of the final Invictus Games events. The couple had returned to Sydney from Tonga for the closing hours of the event, which was founded by Prince Harry for wounded military personnel to compete in […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) has launched an essay competition for Primary (Grades 5 & 6) and Secondary School students as part of its ongoing advocacy campaign to raise awareness about the impacts of the establishment of the proposed dolphinarium on the island. The competition seeks to give students the opportunity to write […]

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Antigua Observer:–  Mere hours after a High Court Judge dismissed his suspension, top cop Wendel Robinson has been suspended again. The police service commission, in a letter to Robinson, advised that he’s now being suspended pending the outcome of internal disciplinary charges of discreditable conduct. It was earlier this month, while his challenge to the legality […]

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Star Telegram:–  DALLAS A lawsuit filed by the family of a man shot inside his own apartment in September by former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger alleges Guyger “showed signs of being a dangerous and violent person.” Guyger is accused of fatally shooting Botham Shem Jean after walking into his apartment on Sept. 6, mistakenly believing that it […]

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BBC:–  Hundreds of commuters have fainted on the London Underground during morning rush hours, the BBC has found. Since 2016, 825 people have fainted or felt faint while travelling on the Tube between 08:00 and 08:59, Transport for London (TfL) data shows. The RMT union described the numbers of people fainting as “alarming”. Passengers raised concerns […]

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A police officer was rushed to hospital Friday after a road accident at Rodney Bay about 5:10 pm, it has been reported. Law enforcement sources have identified the injured officer as Edley George. According to information provided by the emergency services, George was traversing the road when he was hit by a motor scooter. The […]

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