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WASHINGTON–Millions of U.S. cell phones buzzed and beeped on Wednesday during the first test of a presidential alert system that would warn the public of a national emergency, such as an imminent attack. The test message from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) went out at 2:18 p.m. EDT and triggered a loud tone, a […]

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(Jamaica Observer) – MINISTER of Education, Youth and Education Senator Ruel Reid has reiterated that in about five years students sitting Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) subjects will do some aspects of their examinations online. “They’re already doing marking online, and all CXC exams are likely, within the next five years, to be online,” Senator Reid …
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El Universal:–  Ninety state police officers in Tamaulipas have been let go and 100 more are under investigation for corruption and collaborating with organized crime. The investigation by the internal affairs office of the Public Security Secretariat is a slow process, explained police chief Augusto Cruz Morales, “because it’s not easy . . . we have […]

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