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Dallas News:-  Attorneys for the parents of a 26-year-old man shot and killed in his own apartment by an off-duty Dallas police officer in uniform say they are close to filing a lawsuit against the city in federal court. Although Guyger wasn’t on the clock, a court could find the city liable if she used her authority […]

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CNC3:– The Ministry of Finance has requested the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) to urgently disburse funds under our catastrophe insurance policy. This was confirmed via a tweet by Finance Minister Colm Imbert. Imbert said in the tweet that the CCRIF usually deals only with hurricane relief, but that two years ago, the Ministry of […]

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Telesur English:-  Eighty-three percent of Venezuelans ratify today the importance of dialogue between the government and businesspeople to satisfy the people’s needs, revealed a study of survey company Hinterlaces published here. According to the results of the poll, quoted by political analyst Jose Vicente Rangel, four-fifths of the Venezuelan population support the initiative of fixing prices […]

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(PAHO/WHO) – Delegations from Member States of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) will renew their commitment to primary health care (PHC) this week, as a vital part of achieving universal health and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The renewal of this commitment will take place within the framework of the Global Conference ...

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Saint Lucia  stands ready to assist Trinidad and Tobago which has been hit by widespread weekend flooding,  the Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Velda Joseph has disclosed. Joseph said NEMO is aware of the torrential rains that affected the twin Island republic from Friday, causing severe flooding in mainly the Eastern and […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Breast cancer is the main cause of cancer deaths among Caribbean females, accounting for 14%-30% of cancer deaths. This disease has a significant impact on women’s health and is two times higher in the Caribbean compared to the USA[i]. “The large number of deaths from breast cancer is very alarming since they ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Gaston Browne says he remains Antigua and Barbudans will vote in support of replacing the London-based Privy Council as the region’s final court. Browne, speaking ahead of the release of a poll conducted by the Barbados-based Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) on Monday, said that he is confident that voters will ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados-based Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) Monday said it is “shocked” at the murder of the Trinidad and Tobago talk show host, , Ricardo Welch, saying that the Caribbean has generally had a “good track record of media workers being safe”. Police are still searching for three gunmen who shot and killed Welch, ...

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(SNO) – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is touting a positive economic outlook based on a recent report on Saint Lucia by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Writing on his Facebook page this morning (Oct. 22), Chastanet said “a 3.7 percent growth” is projected for Saint Lucia by the IMF. He said Saint Lucia’s economic trajectory ...

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News Observer:-  On Saturday, a man walked into Greenville, North Carolina’s Sup Dogs restaurant and ordered two waters. He had a few sips, then left $10,000 in cash on a table, with a note that said “thanks for the delicious water,” Sup Dogs owner Brett Oliverio told The News & Observer in an interview. This was no ordinary […]

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