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NBC News:– The family of a man who died of a heart attack on a Carnival cruise ship alleges in a lawsuit that he was barred from disembarking while the ship was docked and forced to die a painful death as the ship sailed to its next destination. In the lawsuit filed Tuesday in Miami federal […]

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MP Guy Joseph’s decision to ignore questions by Choice News editor Janeka Simon has generated reaction on both sides of the political divide. But the full dialogue as it unfolded outside the House on Tuesday has not been reproduced until now. When asked by MBC’s Miguel Fevrier about his comments regarding Dr. Kenny Anthony’s wife during a rally in Soufriere last Sunday, the Castries Southeast MP replied that he was merely highlighting the hypocrisy of the SLP’s anti-government slogan: ‘Family, Friends and Foreigners’.

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Saint Lucia’s External Affairs Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, asserting that domestic violence is a very complex problem, has told reporters here that there is no ‘quick fix’ for it. “It is something that we have been working on for many years – not just here in Saint Lucia but worldwide,” Flood-Beaubrun observed. “The question people always […]

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According to onlookers on the scene, early Monday morning, 24-year-old Ted Leriche of Hospital Road was attempting to jump over the median that separates traffic going north and south when a southbound black Subaru collided with him. Within minutes several nauseating videos and stills of the accident were in circulation, including the victim’s severed lower leg on the ground. Some in the gawking crowd at the scene of the accident were still in their swimsuits, having rushed from a nearby beach event.

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During a United Workers Party public rally last Sunday, Commerce Minister Bradley Felix, the government’s point man on cannabis, addressed the burning issue of marijuana. The minister told the Soufriere crowd that in 2019 “we can no longer arrest a man for a joint” and bemoaned, “You’re arresting a man for a flower; a bud; for grass.”

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