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(PRESS RELEASE) — Local player Reginald Martyr captured first place and a purse of US$500 after claiming the top spot in Saint Lucia’s very first international chess tournament held at the St. Lucia Olympic Center. Martyr had to see off a field of chess experts from not only Saint Lucia, but Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — A woman, who threw her husband’s monthly pay cheque and her wedding band into the offering plate at a well known Deliverance Ministry church in Berbice, is seeking the police intervention after the pastor said he cannot return the offering. The woman’s husband became furious after he found out what his wife ...

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(BBC) — US actress Jane Fonda has been arrested while participating in a climate change protest in Washington DC. The 81-year-old was filmed being escorted away by police officers as she protested outside the US Capitol building with Oil Change International, a group advocating for clean energy. She warned that she would be getting involved ...

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(BBC) — Mastercard, Visa, eBay and payments firm Stripe have pulled out of Facebook’s embattled cryptocurrency project, Libra. Their move, first reported in the Financial Times, follows the withdrawal of PayPal, announced last week. It represents a huge blow to the social network’s plans to launch what it envisions as a global currency. The project ...

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Caribbean Airlines lost over US$600 million in the last eight years(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley said yesterday State-owned Caribbean Airlines is in the black “for the first time”. Speaking at the “Spotlight on Budget 2020” forum at the Radisson Hotel, Port of Spain, the Prime Minister said from losing over US$600 million ...

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Saint Lucia’s Randy Serville led the Coppin State University Eagles men’s cross country team with a ninth-place finish and a personal-record 30:18.6 on the 8K Delaware State University Alumni Cross Country Invite on Friday, October 11 at the Delaware State Outreach & Research Center. A freshman from Castries, Serville cut two minutes from his previous ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A Bronx judge slammed the five gangbangers who killed Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz with lengthy prison terms Friday but saved his sharpest rebuke for the teen’s “cowardly” executioner. Judge Robert Neary handed down the sentences to the Trinitarios gang members separately in Bronx Criminal Court, first sending Jonaiki Martinez Estrella, 25, to ...

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