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[Press Release] The United Workers Party is in a desperate state.  In their latest release the Party has again tried to mislead the public for their failure to obey the law in that case the Finance Act Section 39. 41. The issue is not the Finance Build Contract, it’s the refusal of the government to …
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(FOX) — A Dallas police officer said he’s seeing increased hostility from Dallas citizens in the wake of the shooting death of Botham Jean by an off-duty DPD officer. Sr. Cpl. Larry Bankston has been with DPD for 15 years and said the fallout from Amber Guyger’s actions is affecting how people feel about police ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Saint Lucia, along with seven other Caribbean countries, is part of a regional initiative to advance the ratification of the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from Their Utilization also known as the Nagoya ABS Protocol. This protocol provides greater legal certainty ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Brian Bernard Memorial Fund, a donor advised fund administered by the National Community Foundation, was established in memory of the late commissioner of Police, Mr. Brian Bernard. The MISSION of the Fund is to strengthen ethics within our communities by inspiring individuals and institutions to act ethically towards one another. The ...

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(FOX) — A man was arrested after he reportedly rubbed produce on his behind before placing it back on the shelf inside a grocery store, according to police. Manassas City police say officers responded to a Giant Food store in the 10100 block of Dumfries Road in Manassas on Saturday afternoon after receiving a report ...

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Press Release:-  The United Workers Party is in a desperate state.  In their latest release the Party has again tried to mislead the public for their failure to obey the law in that case the Finance Act Section 39. 41. The issue is not the Finance Build Contract, it’s the refusal of the government to bring […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has taken note of the recent press statements made by LUCELEC relating to the ongoing dispute with the company. In the interest of ensuring that the public and other interested parties are not misled, the CSA would like to present its view so that everyone concerned can […]

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Magistrate Peter Hugh placed Attorney-at-law Ryan Crawford on his own recognisance after the prosecutor, Inspector Shavion Jupiter did not object to bail when the man appeared at the vigilance Magistrate’s court. Crawford,who independently addressed a police corporal on September 13 ,2018 in an expletive-laden tirade brought along eleven lawyers to defend him ...

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(TELESUR ENGLISH) – International Community Principles At the 25th U.N. session of October 1970, the General Assembly adopted a resolution titled ‘Declaration on Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation Among States in Accordance with the Charter of the United Nations.’ Not too many people would know that, therefore I think it is ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Government Senator Kamina Johnson Smith says the brazen killing of Pastor James Johnson inside his St Catherine church yesterday afternoon is a clear sign that criminals no longer subscribe to the unwritten code that violence against some vulnerable groups and in some places are off limits. “We understand, anecdotally, that there are ...

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