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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Corn soup ven­dor Leopold Adams was among four peo­ple who were killed be­tween Mon­day night and yes­ter­day. Adams was shot and killed while wa­ter­ing his plants out­side his John John Ter­race apart­ment around 4.45 pm Mon­day. Rel­a­tives said they do not know why Adams, 56, was killed, as he was de­scribed as ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton is warning that persons who refuse to destroy mosquito breeding sites on their property could face penalties. Tufton said there is law that allows for fines on individuals or business entities that reject warnings to eradicate such areas on their premises. “I believe that the time ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — A suspected outbreak of leptospirosis, which is being blamed for five of their colleagues suddenly falling ill, has forced police personnel operating out the old Area One headquarters in Montego Bay to vacate the building, where rats have taken charge. “On February 1, it was brought to the attention of the St ...

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A man, described as being ‘demented’, caused panic among staff and students of the Camille Henry Memorial School in Castries Tuesday morning. The incident occurred at approximately 8.20 am, according to a letter that was circulated to parents of students attending the institution. A parent, who spoke to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity, […]

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(BBC) — Venezuela’s embattled President Nicolás Maduro has called Donald Trump’s government a “gang of extremists” and blamed the US for his country’s crisis. In an interview with the BBC, Mr Maduro said he would not allow humanitarian aid into Venezuela as it was a way for the US to justify an intervention. “They are ...

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb 12, CMC – The Catholic Bishops of the Episcopal Conference Haiti (CEH) are urging Haitians to come together and deal with the political situation confronting the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country where opposition parties have been staging deadly protests demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moise. In a message titled ...

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(BBC) — An Ethiopian singer has died after he was hit by a bullet fired to celebrate the opening of a new hotel. Dadhi Gelan was performing in the hotel in Ashufe, a small town in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, when a stray bullet hit him, one of his friends told the BBC. Dadhi was a ...

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(DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE) — The Ross University School of Medicine, which departed Dominica recently, is headed for a court battle with landlords in Portsmouth who are now pursuing legal action against it. This is in addition to a lawsuit against the institution by the government of Dominica. After a meeting between government officials and landlords ...

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(SKY NEWS) — West Indies cricketer Shannon Gabriel has been charged by the international cricketing body over an “inappropriate comment” to England captain Joe Root. Root was overheard saying “there’s nothing wrong with being gay” as he reacted to something that Gabriel said which was not picked up by microphones in the on-field incident on ...

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(SNO) — A search is still underway for a missing 87-year-old male resident of Bocage, Castries. Relatives said Ignatius Eugene, also known as Mr. Son, was last seen about 1 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, at his residence, wearing a blue and white striped top and army-green pants. They say he suffers from dementia — ...

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