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Sky News:– He’s arguably the greatest footballer to ever play the game but fans shouldn’t call Lionel Messi “God”, according to the Pope. The Pontiff says using the term to describe the Barcelona star is theoretically “sacrilege” and has warned supporters against doing it. Asked about the subject on Spanish television channel La Sexta, Pope Francis […]

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ICC- India have retained the ICC Test Championship Mace and won the purse of $ 1 million for a third year running after finishing at the top of the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings on the cut-off date of 1 April, while New Zealand have ensured second place. A top place finish was never in doubt …
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Sky News:- A man could be banned from having sex with his wife of 20 years because it is claimed she no longer has the mental capacity to consent. The woman has learning difficulties, and social services bosses with responsibility for her care say there is evidence that her mental health has deteriorated to the point […]

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Press Release:- The Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards (SLBS) has established a National Ad Hoc Mirror Committee of the American Society for Testing and Materials International on Cannabis, (Committee D37). The committee brings together representatives of educational and research institutions, state and non-state actors, with a wealth of knowledge and experience that will guide the participation […]

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BBC News:– Catholic priests in northern Poland have burned books they consider to be sacrilegious, including ones from the Harry Potter boy wizard series. An evangelical group, the SMS from Heaven Foundation, published pictures of the burning – which took place in the city of Gdansk – on Facebook. They also show an elephant figurine and […]

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — It is a tradition of modern Haitian politics that the prime minister serves as a buffer to the president and is usually the one to be sacrificed when the government is under pressure. Jean Henry Céant is that buffer. As Haitian president, Jovenel Moise’s pick for prime minister — in the hope […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com CASTRIES, Saint Lucia — Following Saint Lucia’s participation in the gang of four CARICOM leaders that discussed the intensifying political calamity in Venezuela at Mar-a-Lago with US president, Donald Trump, Saint Lucia’s foreign minister, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun said that Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has the respect […]

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