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(PRESS RELEASE) — In recognition of the United Nations (UN) call for participation for International Day of Democracy, the Electoral Department will be embarking on a number of activities throughout the month of October 2019 under the theme “Elections 40 years and beyond”. Some of the activities planned to mark the occasion include: – a ...

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Where is the justice!” This was the desperate cry from Joanna Joseph this week, speaking on the death of her 17-year-old son Arnold Joseph. On May 22, Arnold was fatally shot by police who claimed the driver of a “suspicious vehicle” in which he was a passenger had failed to obey a command to stop.

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Antigua and Barbuda intends to continue talks with Barbados over the sale of Bridgetown’s shares in the  loss-making regional airline, LIAT, Antigua Observer has reported.. This amid media reports that the talks have collapsed. Antigua and Barbuda’s Minister of Information, Melford Nicholas,  was quoted as saying that a shareholders meeting will be held next month. […]

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In an offended and on-the-offense world, parched for even a drop of forgiveness, the sight of 18-year-old Brandt Jean hugging Amber Guyger, the former Dallas cop who shot his older brother dead in his own apartment, is most soothing to the guilty. So the humanity of Jean’s open arms, filled suddenly with the convicted murderer ...

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Signalling distress, sending a message, claiming allegiance – ships use flags for many reasons. In the Caribbean they are also used to bypass regulations, avoid taxes and encourage shipbreaking as unscrupulous vessel owners exploit loopholes in shipping registries and sail under flags of convenience.

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Never before at a House sitting had a point been repeated as many times—I invite you to count them, dear reader—in the ostensible interests of clarity, self-preservation and having your cake and eating it: “Mr. Speaker I just want to offer a word of explanation with regard to the report of the Salary Review Commission. I want to make it absolutely clear, because I know this is the season of mischief, that no matter what you say [did ‘you’ refer to the Speaker?] someone or those with their own agenda are going to twist what is said in this House.

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DAR ES SALAAM,  (Reuters) – Tanzanian president John Magufuli yesterday backed an official who sparked outrage and violated the country’s rules by beating more than a dozen students with a stick, and Magufuli urged parents and school teachers to do the same to build a disciplined nation. “I congratulated the regional commissioner for caning the […]

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Press Release:- Guyana Amazon Warriors became the first time to finish a Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) season with a perfect record of 10 wins from 10 matches by defeating Trinbago Knight Riders at Providence Stadium. The Knight Riders defeat means they will now play St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in the Eliminator match for a […]

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