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(BBC) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political rival, Benny Gantz, have signed an agreement to form an emergency unity government. The deal will reportedly see the pair rotating the leadership of the country, with Mr Netanyahu going first as PM. It brings political certainty to Israel after three inconclusive elections and a ...

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(DAILY MAIL) — A 41-year-old man reportedly admitted to killing his girlfriend and cooking her legs after feeling hungry during their drinking party in Ukraine. The cannibal, identified only by his first name of Oleksandr, is said to have been frying and eating his victim’s legs when police raided his house in the central city ...

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(DAILY MAIL) — A five-year-old Michigan girl who complained to her parents a month ago of a headache has died after contracting the coronavirus. After spending two weeks on a ventilator, Skylar Herbert of Detroit died Sunday. She had tested positive for COVID-19 in March and later developed a rare form of meningitis and brain swelling. ...

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(CNN) — President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana has lifted a three-week lockdown in two cities, citing improved coronavirus testing and the “severe” impact of the restrictions on the poor and vulnerable in the West African nation. Nonessential businesses in Accra and Kumasi, the country’s two largest cities, can re-open Monday and residents can return to ...

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre addressed the partial opening of schools in a post on the official Facebook page of the Saint Lucia Labour Party on Sunday. The post is reproduced below: The government has announced that there is a partial opening of schools tomorrow but not a physical opening. I take that to mean […]

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Archbishop Robert Rivas has apologized to prime minister Allen Chastanet for his Easter Sunday homily. According to the leader of the local roman catholic church, the prime minister was not pleased with the use of his name in a parable about the lessons which can be drawn from Easter Sunday
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Brice and company limited is one of the house-hold names donating to the Covid-19 relief effort. The building supplier contributed over one thousand dollars long before efforts to raise funds for a long list of causes regarding the island’s response to the pandemic.
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Bus drivers who ply the Vieux-Fort to mon repos route say they are struggling to make ends meet amid the covid-19 restrictions. The operators are also worried about their financial obligations and loan payments. They are seeking answers from the relevant authorities on the moratorium bank loans.
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