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(CNN) – A 7-year-old girl is in critical condition at a New Delhi hospital after undergoing surgery for injuries she suffered while being raped with a metal water pipe, officials said Wednesday. Her mother was by her bedside after the girl underwent hours of surgery. The exact type of pipe used in the assault is ...

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(DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE) — President of the United Workers Party (UWP) Isaac Baptiste has said although Dominica faces many challenges after Maria and despite differences, one must recognize the work of the government. He was addressing a Praise and Thanksgiving function organized by the party on the 1st Anniversary of Hurricane Maria held at the ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — A Government backbencher, a medical doctor, is urging her fellow lawmakers to introduce lethal injection as a method of execution and abolish hanging. St Philip North MP Dr Sonia Browne told the House of Assembly this afternoon that hanging is antiquated and could also result in the condemned person’s suffering. The measure ...

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(YAHOO) — Delta Air Lines is apologizing to a black woman for calling the police after an argument over damaged luggage — a situation the woman claims was racially motivated. A spokesperson sent the following message to Yahoo Lifestyle: “We apologize to this customer for her experience in the Boston baggage service office and Delta ...

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(THE NEW TODAY) — The Public Workers Union (PWU) has confirmed that “over 80 nurses” will be leaving the island shortly to take up permanent employment in the United Kingdom. Union officials told reporters last week that the mass exodus is partly due to the continued “arrogance and disrespect” demonstrated to the nursing fraternity by ...

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(THE SUN – TCI) — The Minister of Tourism, Hon. Ralph Higgs has assured the country that the government is, in no way, planning to enter into arrangements with Airbnb, VRBO or any other vacation rental operators. In the Throne Speech, delivered in June by Governor of Turks and Caicos, Dr. Johhn Freeman, he promised ...

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