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MBC Television Senior Reporter Miguel Fevrier, who was recently incarcerated at the Bordelais Correctional Facility, released a statement Tuesday evening, apologising for his “carelessness” while expressing gratitude to those who stood by him. Feverier was reportedly arrested for failing to comply with a court order regarding a criminal matter that occurred many years before he ...

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Updated at 11:08 p.m. to include news about the arrest of second suspect Law enforcement officials in Dallas, US said they have made a breakthrough in the fatal shooting of Joshua Brown but it has nothing to do with the recent murder trial of ex-cop Amber Guyger. Officials said his death is linked to a ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Jamaica Tallawahs opener Chris Gayle on Tuesday cleared the air on his recent visit to Linden in the company of party members of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR). T20’s biggest global star was in Guyana for the Tallawahs final game of the Hero CPL 2019 against the unbeaten hosts Guyana ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) – In an abrupt move, Prime Minister Gaston Browne has declared that he has told Prime Minister Mia Mottley that Antigua and Barbuda has found $40 million to pump in LIAT and no longer wants to buy Barbados’ shares in the cash-strapped carrier, Antigua Newsroom has reported. The money is to come from ...

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(BBC) — Bernie Sanders has told reporters he could slow the pace of his campaign for the presidency after suffering a minor heart attack. The 78-year-old Vermont senator said he planned to “change the nature of the campaign a bit” after he was hospitalised in Nevada last week. Doctors operated on Mr Sanders to remove ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Criminals are now using aerial drones to smuggle drugs, cellphones and other contraband to inmates at prisons in Trinidad. Prisons Commissioner Gerard Wilson disclosed that the use of drones had increased following the launch of the Prisons Interdiction Unit (PIU), a team of officers assigned to the entrances of all prisons to ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — A St Catherine woman, Arlene Drackett, claims she has been battling a mysterious illness since using a hair-locking gel that she purchased at a wholesale in Spanish Town two years ago. In addition to having dizzy spells, Drackett stated that she has also been experiencing severe headaches and scalp tenderness since September 2017 ...

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The family of Cletus Hippolyte say they have not given up on finding him alive. Hippoylte who is popularly known as “banana split” is a businessman and former entertainer. He spent many years in London, but returned to St. Lucia to invest in a range of businesses. The members of his family are once again …
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