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The Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF), has defended a decision to allow murder convict, Remy Nelson, to address students of the Clendon Mason Secondary School on Thursday. The decision has attracted mixed reviews on social media since the story was published by St Lucia Times. While some persons applauded the initiative of using a prisoner to […]

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Associated Press:-  A man who was fired from his job as a food vendor at Comerica Park after a video surfaced showing him spitting on a pizza has pleaded guilty. Court records show Jaylon Kerley entered the plea Wednesday to one felony count and one misdemeanor count of food law violations. The felony is punishable by up […]

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USA Today:-  All you need is six lucky numbers to change your life forever. The jackpot in the Mega Millions soared Friday to a record-setting $1 billion, the largest Mega Millions prize ever, for the drawing tonight at 11 p.m. EDT. It will be the second-largest jackpot for any game played in the United States, behind the Jan. […]

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(BBC) — An Arizona man has survived two days trapped alone in an abandoned mine shaft with rattlesnakes. He killed three of the snakes while waiting to be discovered, according to rescue crews. John Waddell, 62, was lowering himself into a 100ft (30m) gold mine shaft, when his equipment broke, said a friend who found him. ...

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com PORT AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Some three months after Haitian prime minister, Jack Guy-Lafontante, and his entire Cabinet resigned following a botched attempt to remove a fuel price subsidy under the advice of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which led to massive civil unrest and riots in […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Some 25 FBI agents this week raided municipal offices in San Juan, Puerto Rico, searching through documents and seizing digital records following an anonymous tip called into the comptroller’s office over how the mayor’s office awards government contracts – specifically, a $4.7 million deal with […]

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LONDON, England (CNS) — The Cayman Islands government has taken a very different position from Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) over the current balance in the relationship between the UK and its Overseas Territories. In its submissions to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee for the review currently underway, the Cayman Islands government described the […]

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YORK, England — Experts at Britain’s University of York will carry out urgently-needed repairs and restoration on the parish register recording the marriage of Admiral Lord Nelson, which has arrived in the UK for the first time in over 130 years from Nevis, its home in the Caribbean. The register arrived at the University on […]

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HAVANA, Cuba — Environment experts in Cuba are now better equipped to evaluate the impact of disasters using damage and loss assessment (DaLA) methodology developed by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). This follows a DaLA training workshop conducted by a team from ECLAC’s subregional headquarters for the Caribbean from October […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — On October 16 and 17, 2018, the US Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), hosted an advanced mutual legal assistance workshop for regional attorneys in Barbados. This workshop follows the first mutual legal assistance seminar, held in Barbados in April 2018. […]

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