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Dear Madame Vestager, We do not want or accept privatisation of the hospital built by the EU in Saint Lucia The European Union funded design, construction and equipping of the Owen King EU Hospital in Saint Lucia between the years 2006-2016, the hospital is now complete and the new government of Saint Lucia has decided […]

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Mr Knops, State Secretary of Kingdom Relations Mrs Van Ark, State Secretary for Social Affairs and Employment September 17, 2018 Subject: Dutch help or recolonization of the former Netherlands Antilles? Dear Mr Knops and Mrs Van Ark, We took notice of several expressions, declarations and publications that came out of the last meetings held in […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Hayley Matthews collected a polished, maiden One-day International hundred to lead strong WINDIES Women’s batting and set things in motion for a convincing 115-run victory over South Africa Women in the decisive, third ICC Women’s Championship ODI on Saturday. The 20-year-old Matthews became only the fifth female player from the Caribbean to […]

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By Robertson S. Henry KINGSTOWN, St Vincent — Addressing the local media for the first time since his election to the presidency of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation (SVGFF) on August 16, 2018, Marvin Fraser spoke on a number of developmental and governance issues and wants people to hold him to his […]

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(CNN) — This shipment of bananas donated to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice was ripe for contraband. “Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Sometimes, it gives you bananas. And sometimes, it gives you something you’d never expect!,” posted the department on Facebook. On Friday, department officers went to pick up two pallets of donated fruit ...

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Read more  It was a fruitful morning for a pair of prison guards who uncovered some monkey business when they spotted $17.8 million of cocaine hidden inside a shipment of bananas donated to the Texas prison system. Two sergeants at the Scott Unit set out on Friday morning to pick up two pallets of already-ripe fruit – […]

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(BBC) — The US ambassador to the UN has urged Iran to “look in the mirror” for the causes of an attack on a military parade that killed 25 on Saturday. Nikki Haley said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had “oppressed his people for a long time”. She was responding to Mr Rouhani’s fierce criticism of ...

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(ABC) — Investigators are looking to trace the movements of a Dallas police officer leading up to the night she shot and killed an unarmed man in his own apartment after, according to the officer, mistaking it for hers. The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office has requested records from Ring Alarm security system and are ...

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