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AccuWeather:- The recent lull in tropical activity across the Atlantic Ocean may come to end at midweek. An area of disturbed weather, known as a tropical wave, is churning toward the Lesser Antilles and being monitored to potentially become the next organized system in the Atlantic Basin. The system is currently in an environment that […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN/EXPRESS) — The taint­ed love be­tween two po­lice of­fi­cers turned trag­ic in Mt D’Or, Champs Fleurs, yes­ter­day, af­ter SRP Michael Youk­see turned his ser­vice weapon on WPC Rack­el Kipps, the moth­er of his two-year-old daugh­ter, killing her be­fore us­ing the gun to al­so end his own life. The mur­der/sui­cide, cou­pled with a dou­ble mur­der ...

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(CNN) — President Donald Trump’s tweet blaming “gross mismanagement” for the devastating California wildfires is sparking a backlash from top firefighters’ associations, politicians and celebrities. In a series of tweets Saturday, Trump said the state’s deadly wildfires are a result of poor forest management and threatened to cut federal aid. “There is no reason for ...

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(BBC) — Rumours of child abductors spread through WhatsApp in a small town in Mexico. The rumours were fake, but a mob burned two men to death before anyone checked. On August 29, a little after midday, Maura Cordero, the owner of an arts and crafts shop in the small town of Acatlán in the ...

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(BBC) — A five-minute scan could be used to spot people at risk of dementia before symptoms appear, researchers claim. Scientists used ultrasound scanners to look at blood vessels in the necks of more than 3,000 people and monitored them over the next 15 years. They found those with the most intense pulses went on ...

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(BBC) — The death toll in wildfires sweeping California has risen to 31, with more than 200 people still unaccounted for, officials have said. Six more people were confirmed killed in the Camp Fire in the north of the state, taking the toll there to 29. It now equals the deadliest wildfire on record in ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — Even though he was released from a medical centre in Cuba, President David Granger will not be back in Guyana for Local Government Elections (LGE) on Monday, November 11. This was confirmed by the President’s Assistant Director (Editorial) of the Public Information and Press Services Unit, Ariana Gordon when contacted by News ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — The Private Sector Commission (PSC) is calling on employers to allow their staff the time off to cast their ballots in the Local Government Elections (LGEs) being held today Monday November 12, 2018. Today marks the second consecutive occasion in decades that Guyana will see the hosting of Local Government Elections (LGE), ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has called for swift action to resolve funding issues at The University of the West Indies (The UWI). During his hour-long presentation at the Cave Hill Campus’ Alumni Symposium on Saturday, Arthur called on regional governments to find new, creative, sustainable funding methods for the university. “The ...

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(WINK) — A tropical wave that formed east of the Caribbean islands has increased in surrounding thunderstorms, allowing for greater likelihood of tropical storm formation, as it continues to move west. National Hurricane Center in Miami reported, there is a 30-percent chance of formation in the next 40 hours, considered low, with a high chance ...

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