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The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off!” This according to Gloria Steinem, the legendary sociopolitical activist and editor of the feminist bible Ms magazine. Then there is the apostle John at 8:31-32: “Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, ‘if you abide in my word and you […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Saint Lucia’s fight against COVID-19 will be boosted following the donation of test kits from the Cayman Islands. Representatives from the Ezra Long Lab of the Owen King EU hospital were present to receive the generous gift of test kits from the Government of the Cayman Islands which will provide greater capacity ...

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) – Prime Minister Gaston Browne has disclosed that Antigua and Barbuda’s most recent confirmed case of the coronavirus is a six-year-old boy who was in the care of another Covid patient. Browne explained that the development, “was not quite surprising” because the young boy and his entire family had been quarantined for some ...

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(AP) — For much of the last two months, President Donald Trump has rarely left the grounds of the White House as he’s dealt with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and sought to minimize his own exposure to the disease. But that changed Tuesday: Trump revved up Air Force One and headed to Arizona ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – Fifteen children, many of whom had the coronavirus, have recently been hospitalised in New York City with a mysterious syndrome that doctors do not yet fully understand but that has also been reported in several European countries, the New York Times reports. Health officials announced Monday night that many of the children, ...

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(AFP) — Russia cemented its place as the European country reporting the highest number of new coronavirus infections Tuesday as its total cases soared passed 155,000. Yevgeny Mikrin, chief designer at Energia, Russia’s top producer of spacecraft, has died from the coronavirus, becoming one of the infection’s highest-profile victims in the country, officials said. He ...

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(AFP) — Virgin Atlantic will cut over 3,000 jobs — around a third of staff — as the coronavirus pandemic grounds planes worldwide, the British carrier part-owned by tycoon Richard Branson announced Tuesday. With the virus having decimated international air travel over the past two months, Virgin said it was obliged to make the cuts ...

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(REUTERS) – Indigenous leaders in Brazil have asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to set up an emergency fund to help protect their communities from the threat of the coronavirus pandemic. The number of indigenous people in Brazil who have died from the coronavirus so far has risen to 18, according to indigenous umbrella organization ...

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Press Release:– The Food Vendors at the Castries Market have a new home thanks to the Government of Saint Lucia and the Government of Taiwan. Vendors will no longer be exposed to the elements which had affected their produce or ability to sell. The first phase takes Saint Lucia one step closer to achieving the transformation […]

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