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Earlier this month Barbados announced the establishment of diplomatic relations with the Asian Kingdom of Cambodia and the European nation of Belarus. Beyond the standard press releases and signing ceremonies that always accompany such developments, this news is another chapter in the pursuit of a foreign policy that has seen the country of around 290,000 build a global identity that defies its comparatively small size.


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Sky News:- A man who died from the coronavirus in the Philippines is the first reported death from the illness outside of China, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The 44-year-old was a resident of Wuhan, the Chinese city in Hubei province, which is the epicentre of the outbreak. A 38-year-old woman, who travelled to […]

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One would think, by the number of times the bastardized word “yoof” is spewed from the lips of Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre, that it is a new favourite flavour among Red Zoners. But then, perhaps not. What’s more likely is that someone bought the rumour that to win the next elections, all campaign efforts must concentrate on Saint Lucia’s young voters—“de youfs”!

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BBC News:– At least 20 people have been killed and others injured in a stampede during an outdoor religious service in Tanzania. Worshippers were attending a Pentecostal service at a stadium in the northern town of Moshi on Saturday evening when the incident occurred. Moshi district commissioner Kippi Warioba said attendees rushed forward to be anointed […]

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The Construction of the new St Jude Hospital is progressing on schedule, with concrete slated to have been poured Saturday for the first floor of the building, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet announced. “Currently, the structural frame is at about 40% complete. By integrating the new wing with the existing buildings which were up to DCA […]

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram:-  Botham Jean lived in relative obscurity before he was shot by Amber Guyger, a former Dallas police officer later sentenced to 10 years in prison for his murder. But in death, Jean instantly became famous and is destined to become more famous. The Botham Jean Foundation is the subject of a two-minute […]

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Saint Lucia has recorded another homicide, the fourth for 2020. Law enforcement officials have confirmed that a man was stabbed in the abdomen Friday night in Vieux Fort along the Old St Jude Highway and later succumbed to his injuries. According to reports, the incident occurred about 9.00 pm. Photos on social media showed the […]

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SNO – As if the dreaded coronavirus is not enough, China on Saturday has reported an outbreak of the H5NI bird flu at a chicken farm. The highly pathogenic strain of bird flu was reported in Hunan Province, which neighbors the coronavirus-hit province of Hubei. China’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said that 4,500 ...

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The Massy Stores Supermarket on New Dock Road, Vieux Fort, had to be evacuated Saturday afternoon following reports of a gas leak, emergency officials say. A video was posted on social media. A spokesman for the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) told St Lucia Times that Freon gas leaked from a refrigerator into the store. […]

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by Fernelle Neptune (Ministry of Health) Nurses and surgeons in the Endoscopy Unit and the Operating Theatre recently participated in an endoscopy workshop aimed at expanding their skills and capabilities to incorporate more advanced endoscopic techniques at the Victoria Hospital. Consultant Surgeon at the Victoria Hospital, Dr. Arlette Charles, said she is very pleased with […]

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