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Guyana Chronicle:– A MAN, who was being sought by police in relation to a sex video that went viral, was found dead at the Kitty, Georgetown seawall on Tuesday. Dead is 41-year-old Sherwin Apple also called “Yellow,” formerly of William Street Kitty and Silvertown, Wismar, Linden. He allegedly committed suicide. His accomplice was late last evening […]

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(CNN) – Stunning images of Super Typhoon Trami, the fifth storm of this magnitude in the western Pacific this year, have been captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS). European astronaut Alexander Gerst posted the photos on Twitter, nothing that it looked “as if somebody pulled the planet’s gigantic plug.” “Staring down ...

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Antigua Observer:-  Former West Indies fast bowler and one of four knighted former cricketers here, Sir Andy Roberts, said he was not surprised by the resignation of Australian Stuart Law as coach of the senior men’s team. Cricket West Indies (CWI) announced this week that Law’s tenure will end following the tours to India in October […]

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(CNN) – A third person has been diagnosed with monkeypox in England, Public Health England have confirmed. The latest case is a health care worker who had cared for a patient at Blackpool Victoria Hospital in the north of England before they had been diagnosed. Earlier this month, two people were reported to have been ...

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(CNN) – The first man to be prosecuted under France’s new catcalling law has been given a €300 fine for sexually assaulting a woman on a bus near Paris. The man, who was not identified, slapped the woman’s bottom and made lewd remarks about her during rush hour on the bus in the suburb of ...

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One of the Attorneys for Botham Jean’s family, Lee Merrit, has welcomed the firing of Amber Guyger, the female Dallas police officer who shot Botham dead on September 6, 2018. Botham Jean, 26,  was in his own apartment when he was shot by Guyger. Le Merrit described the officer’s dismissal as the first of many […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Commissioner of Police wishes to inform particularly members of the Dennery Community of the postponement of the Town Hall Meeting which was scheduled for today Wednesday September 26, 2018 at the Dennery Primary School. This was necessary based on advice from officials of the Saint Lucia Meteorological Office as the island ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Commissioner of Police Mr. Severin Monchery would like to appeal to all Police Officers both on duty and on leave (vacation, lieu, off etc) to be on standby based on the decision by officials to place the island under tropical storm watch. Tropical Storm Kirk has redeveloped and is more organized ...

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Press Release:-  The Commissioner of Police wishes to inform particularly members of the Dennery Community of the postponement of the Town Hall Meeting which was scheduled for today Wednesday September 26, 2018 at the Dennery Primary School. This was necessary based on advice from officials of the Saint Lucia Meteorological Office as the island has been […]

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(BBC) – India’s Supreme Court has ruled that the country’s controversial biometric identity scheme is constitutional and does not violate the right to privacy. However the court limited the scope of the Aadhaar scheme, saying it could not be compulsory for bank accounts, mobile connections or school admissions. The world’s largest biometric ID database covers ...

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