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Dear Sir: Trinidad and Tobago – the land of Carnival, steelband, tassa, calypso and chutney – is the same country that produces a unique brand of Divali to the world. In fact, the annual Hindu Festival of Lights has become Trinidad’s largest, national, open-air festival, second only to Carnival. Divali is a welcome alternative to […]

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Dear Sir: The horrific circumstances in which Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent and constant critic of the ruling Saudi Arabia’s terrorist gang disguised as royal family, found death are not novelties at all, rather once again encores. The long violent history of Islam, in extremity, and with regularity, should be sufficient for the civilized men and […]

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Dear Sir: This tribute is to a magnificent, great and absolutely astounding lady who overcame the many odds that confronted her. Born in 1941, Marva Sprauve-Browne was the daughter of Eunice Canton Sprauve and Dr Gehardht Sprauve. Sprauve-Browne graduated from Charlotte Amalie High School in 1957. She enrolled at Morgan State College and graduated in […]

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ABC News:-  Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that America’s global dominance is coming to an end, with the U.S. itself accelerating that process with a string of mistakes “typical of an empire.” The Russian president, speaking at the Valdai forum in the Black Sea resort town of Sochi, criticized the U.S. for implementing sanctions against Russia […]

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Concern has been expressed over the possibility of drug resistance to tuberculosis and HIV in Saint Lucia, as a result of infected individuals not accessing health care. The facilitator of a workshop here on stigma and discrimination, Patricia Isaac-Joseph, told the Communications Unit of the Ministry of Health that one of the issues  facing health […]

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(SNO) — Motorists are urged to proceed with caution when travelling in Desrameaux, Monchy as the road near the Spring Water depot has become unstable due to a partial collapse of the hillside on Friday (Oct. 19), according to reports. Based on photos and video obtained by St. Lucia News Online, one section of the ...

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Dutch News.NL:-  The first gender neutral passport in the Netherlands will be handed out on Friday, reports Omroep Brabant. Leonne Zeegers, from Breda, will receive a document with an ‘X’ in the place where an initial representing male or female would normally be. The initial is to symbolise that the Dutch courts have recognised Zeegers’ rights […]

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Fox News:-  Twenty men in the United Kingdom have been convicted of raping and abusing more than a dozen teenage girls in the northern city of Huddersfield. The convictions are the latest in a series of child sexual exploitation cases in the region. Prosecutors said the men embarked on a “campaign of rape and other sexual […]

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Press Release:-  The Health and Family Life Education Department of the Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary School has embarked on an Anti-bullying Campaign. The purpose of this program is to sensitize students, teachers, parents and ancillary staff of the dangers of bullying and to create a more conducive learning environment. On Monday, October 22, 2018 at […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) – Head of the Jamaica Diaspora and Deportation Immigration Prevention Task Force, attorney Joan Pinnock, is imploring Caribbean nationals who wish to file a battered spouse petition to do so soon. Speaking with THE WEEKEND STAR, Pinnock said persons seeking green cards using this route will no longer be able to do so, ...

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