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(NEW YORK POST) – A renowned mathematician claims to have cracked one of the field’s most enduring riddles — and it could be worth $1 million to him if he’s right. In a 45-minute talk Monday at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum in Germany, Sir Michael Atiyah presented what he said was a “simple proof” to ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – The crazed racist accused of murdering an African-American man in Manhattan last year told investigators that he was on a mission to purge the Earth of black people. “I think we should just preserve the best people and get rid of all the dead weight,” said James Jackson, 30, in the ...

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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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(NEW YORK POST) – A state senator in Texas is accused of sending an explicit text message and a photo of his genitals to a University of Texas graduate student — telling her, “I just really want to f–k you,” according to unnamed university officials. Three senior officials at the university told the Austin American-Statesman ...

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BBC:-  A Danish policewoman who hugged a protester wearing the niqab is under investigation, the police complaints body has said. The unnamed officer hugged the woman at an August demonstration against Denmark’s ban on wearing face veils. Members of the conservative Venstre party made the complaint, arguing the officer should not have been involved. But the […]

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(INEWS GUYANA) – An autopsy performed on the body on is 41-year-old Sherwin Apple, also known as “Yellow” revealed that he was murdered and did not commit suicide as earlier speculated. The cause of death was given as asphyxiation/strangulation with added compression to the neck. Relatives also revealed that no traces of poison was found ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A 17 year old boy learning to drive and his driving instructor were shot in the head in Cocorite on Wednesday. The victims have been identified as Stephen Gonzales, 17, of Alyce Glen, Petit Valley, and Narace Harrilal. They are in hospital in critical condition. Police suspect that the two were hit ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – St Vincent and the Grenadines, continues to struggle under the ever rising crime crisis while Dr. Ralph Gonsalves and the ULP remain willfully blind and indifferent. The recent incidents in which a policeman in uniform was robbed at gunpoint, close to a police station in Stubbs, and the robbery of the Minister ...

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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 according to […]

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(SNO) – Just weeks away from his 19th birthday, Saint Lucian goalkeeper Vino Barclett has joined Trinidad and Tobago Pro League outfit Morvant Caledonia United from Barbados Soccer Academy in Barbados. Barclett is best known as having guided Saint Lucia to the first beach soccer gold medal in the history of the Commonwealth Youth Games ...

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