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Reuters:–  The government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition are continuing to hold talks in Barbados in an effort to find ways to resolve the Latin American country’s political crisis, the Foreign Ministry of mediator Norway said yesterday. Friday’s statement, the first in three weeks, came a day after U.S. President Donald Trump said […]

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Prime Minister  Allen Chastanet has pointed to developments taking place in Soufriere as evidence of  the new Saint Lucia has United Workers Party (UWP) promised to build. “If you are looking for evidence of the New Saint Lucia that we promised to build, then take a drive down to Soufriere,” Chastanet wrote on his official […]

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In America, black people have taken to recording all encounters with police officers, despite that the latter are required by law to wear body cameras on duty. Following the highly controversial deaths of Trayvon Martin, Laquan McDonald and Walter Scott, among many other young, black men, personal recordings seem more important than ever to the black community.

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Will reparations for slavery, and white apology tours improve the national psyche? The notion that people of European descent should apologize for the role their ancestors played in the trans-Atlantic slave trade is only topped by the even more ridiculous assumption that somehow a so-called “white apology tour”, with the added bonus of reparations, will […]

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