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Trinidad Express:– The desire to have her father walk her down the aisle at her wedding will not be a reality for a woman who was indecently assaulted by him when she was eight and ten years old. The woman said she had forgiven her father and asked that he be spared jail. “My biggest fear […]

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Press Release:–  Saint Lucia continues to prove why she is a destination that inspires travelers to visit and explore her beauty and splendor. Visitors to Saint Lucia can enjoy the perfect summer getaway with 25 properties on the island that are offering guests a holiday guarantee if their vacation were to be interrupted by adverse […]

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Jamaica Observer:– POPULAR social networking service, Instagram (IG) is apologising for blocking Caribbean carnival-related material from its platform. According to Canadian news agency, Vice, several revellers were taken aback when they realised that Instagram issued a community guidelines regulation violation notice when they viewed hashtags like #fuzionmas, #stluciacarnival, #trinidadcarnival2020, #xuvocarnival, and #ehtshirtmas (representing carnival events […]

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St Maarten law enforcement officials seized a large number of gold bars recently from aboard a private aircraft at the Princess Juliana International Airport, local reports say. The Daily Herald said the gold bars were confiscated on July 14, 2019. According to the publication, the flight  on which the bars were found originated from Venezuela. […]

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CBS News:- Two women who worked with a group called Mothers Against Senseless Killings were shot dead Friday in the South Side Chicago neighborhood where they volunteered to curb gun violence. Police say they don’t believe the two young mothers were the intended targets. The deaths of Chantell Grant, 25, and Andrea Stoudemire, 35, in the […]

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AccuWeather:- While an area of disturbed weather off the coast of the southeastern United States is not likely to become a powerful tropical storm, a robust tropical disturbance over the central Atlantic may be a concern for the northeastern Caribbean islands during the first full week of August. The Cabo Verde portion of the Atlantic hurricane season […]

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NBC News:– A Delta Air Lines pilot who was scheduled to fly from Minnesota to San Diego was arrested before the flight for allegedly being intoxicated, authorities said. Gabriel Lyle Schroeder, 37, was taken into custody by airport police at Minneapolis?Saint Paul International Airport on Tuesday morning. Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan told NBC News that […]

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Press Release:–  In the spirit of transparency and public accountability, the Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy hosted a Stakeholders Consultation to discuss the Sandals to Choc Roundabout Road Widening Project on July 12, 2019. This gathering provided business interests in the vicinity of the project site, along with the minibus and taxi sector and utility […]

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Sky News– HIV is mutating and becoming increasingly resistant to current drugs, the World Health Organisation has warned. In a new report, the WHO said all antiretroviral drugs, including newer ones, are at risk of becoming totally ineffective due to the virus evolving. Experts have told Sky News that such drug resistance could be a “barrier […]

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