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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — As thousands seek to get relief from loss of earnings during the COVID-19 crisis, a local bishop has told worshippers via social media that they will have to pay tithes to the church from grants and hampers given to them by the State. Prophet Rev. Dr De Van Narine, founder of The ...

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(AP) — Gene Deitch, an American Oscar-winning illustrator, animator, film director and producer has died. He was 95. His Czech publisher, Petr Himmel, told The Associated Press Deitch died unexpectedly during the night from Thursday to Friday in his apartment in Prague’s Little Quarter neighborhood. No further details were given. Deitch’s movie “Munro” won the ...

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(BBC) — A gunman disguised as a policeman killed at least 16 people, including a female police officer, in what is believed to be Canada’s worst mass shooting. The 12-hour rampage started late on Saturday and ended with a car chase. Police said the suspect shot people at different locations in Nova Scotia, many of ...

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(St. Lucia News Online) — Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre understands it can become “frustrating” practicing physical distancing and staying indoors almost daily in the fight against COVID-19. As such, he gave the public some personal advice and what he does to pass the time, via his official Facebook page on Saturday, April 18: It ...

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(St. Lucia News Online) — Prime Minister Allen Chastanet continues to stress the importance of social distancing in the battle against COVID-19. In a social media post on Sunday, the prime minister suggested that it’s better to practice social distancing than being dead. “Always remember that being 6 Feet Apart is Better than being 6 ...

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(St. Lucia News Online) — The number of Saint Lucians in the diaspora who have died from COVID-19 increased to 22 over the weekend. The latest victims are Susanna Valentina Joseph and Victor Mangal, the Saint Lucia Diaspora Affairs Unit disclosed on its Facebook page on Sunday, April 19. Joseph, who lived in New Jersey, ...

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Associated Press:- NEW YORK — Coronavirus is dealing a gut punch to the illegal drug trade, paralyzing economies, closing borders and severing supply chains in China that traffickers rely on for the chemicals to make such profitable drugs as methamphetamine and fentanyl. One of the main suppliers that shut down is in Wuhan, the epicenter of […]

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Archbishop Robert Rivas O.P. has apologized to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet for a “parable” that he shared last Sunday, during a sermon at the Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. With Saint Lucia on a partial shutdown, Rivas was delivering a message virtually to the church’s congregation. He said: “What would you do if you […]

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CMC (ST JOHN’S): – Regional carrier, LIAT, will be extending the suspension of passenger services to May 15, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones, the extension of the suspension was based on a review by the board of directors and executive management of the airline. “Several destinations […]

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