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(AP) — A southern Illinois woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for soliciting the murder of her 76-year-old husband and helping to conceal his body. The (Carbondale) Southern Illinoisan reports that Jackson County State’s Attorney Michael Carr announced last week that 55-year-old Carmen Stonemark of DeSoto pleaded guilty to solicitation to commit ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A former paramedic from Florida was sentenced to 70 years in prison for recording a series of heinous videos of himself raping his 1-year-old daughter and posting them to the dark web. James Lockhart, 31, made the sickening four-video series of the sexual abuse between March 2016 and February 2018 and ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — The death of a Georgia man has been confirmed by the US State Department, making him the 11th American tourist to mysteriously die in the Dominican Republic over the past year. Tracy Jerome Jester Jr., 31, of Forsyth, died on March 17 — as a result of “respiratory issues,” according to ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — The remains of a missing Native American woman in Washington state have been discovered in a freezer — and her death has been classified as a homicide, according to a new report. Rosenda Strong, a 31-year-old mother of four, had been staying at her sister Cissy Reyes’ Wapato home back on ...

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(AFP) — Canada introduced new consumer protection rules Monday for airline passengers traveling to or from the country, offering up to Can$2,400 (1,634 euros) in compensation for people who miss flights because airlines have overbooked. “We have created a world-leading approach to air passenger rights that is clear, consistent, transparent and fair,” said Transport Minister ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — It’s “Mission: Impossible” meets “Mars Attacks” — and it’s going down at Area 51. An event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” appeared on Facebook earlier this month, urging alien enthusiasts everywhere to gather for a history-making mission. In the past week, the number of people “going” ...

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – A resounding win for Italy’s Marco Gradoni brought the 2019 Optimist World Championship to an end on Monday as the 15-year-old claimed the winning title for an incredible third consecutive year. Competitors battled it out on the water in Antigua and Barbuda amid high winds and a punishing current in an […]
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Sky News:– Theresa May lifted the cricket World Cup with skipper Eoin Morgan as she welcomed England’s heroes to Downing Street. The victorious team posed with the beaming prime minister before heading to the No 10 garden for a celebratory drinks reception after Sunday’s historic World Cup win. And addressing the England players and staff, […]

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The former governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, (CBB), Dr DeLisle Worrell is urging regional countries to seriously consider using the United States dollar as their national currency. Writing in the July edition of his monthly newsletter under the caption “Sovereignty and the US Dollar,” Worrell said one question which always surfaces in response […]

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Press Release:–  ? ?On July 5, 2019, Bitt Digital Inc. became the first company to complete and exit the Regulatory Sandbox guided by the Central Bank of Barbados and the Financial Services Commission. The Sandbox provided Bitt with the opportunity to test its blockchain-based financial technology (fintech) products, services, and business models in a controlled […]

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