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The brother of one of the world’s best gymnasts Simone Biles has been charged with murder after a shooting which left three people dead. Tevin Biles-Thomas, 24, of Cleveland, was arrested on Thursday in Georgia over the New Year’s Eve incident. Police and prosecutors said that an “uninvited group” entered an Airbnb rental property in […]

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Hurricane Dorian strengthened to a Category 3 hurricane Friday, and it’s expected to stay “extremely dangerous” as it moves near the Bahamas and approaches the Florida coast, the National Hurricane Center said. There’s a good chance Dorian will power its way into a Category 4 with potentially catastrophic 140 mph winds before making landfall on […]

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The Department of Education would like to inform parents and guardians of students assigned to the School Transportation Subsidy programme for the Academic Year 2019/2020 of the following; •           Parents and guardians should make travel arrangements for students to their specific schools on the morning of Monday September 02, 2019. •           Students will be informed […]

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An Alabama judge has ordered that a man who robbed a bakery of $50.75 (£41.72) be released from his life sentence. Alvin Kennard, 58, was handed the harsh sentence under strict rules introduced in the 1970s to deter repeat offenders. The ruling provoked an emotional reaction from friends and family, who have been visiting Kennard […]

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Following a two-week training program funded by the United States Agency for International Development through its Community, Family and Youth Resilience (CFYR) Program, 18 young people received Certificates of Participation after completing a combined workshop on Youth Agro-Entrepreneurship, Social and Leadership Skills. These young people, who hail from Anse La Raye District in Saint Lucia, […]

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Joel Jn.Charles, Physical Education teacher at the Ciceron Combined School and Faustina Edward, a final year law student in the UK have teamed up to create a scholarship fund dubbed ‘One Step Closer’. The pair founded this initiative as a means to help students in their community with their education by providing them with the […]

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