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A marvelous season for Saint Lucian sprinter Julien Alfred is now at an end. Alfred, 18 this year, is a freshman student-athlete at the University of Texas. In recent months, she has reset national records for the 60m, 100m, and 200m. Many would have been looking forward to Saint Lucia’s reigning Junior Sportswoman of the ...

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China is now the world’s largest outbound travel market with around 145 million Chinese travellers journeying all over the globe, spending US$ 265bn in 2017, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). The Chinese are notoriously big-spenders. Citizens of a superpower, these tourists have significant disposable income and are not afraid to invest in the best. That means the best accommodation, transportation, experiences and souvenirs.

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Choiseul Craft Masters picked up the 2019 Digicel Saint Lucia Premier League pretty much where they left off 2018. Dominating. Craft Masters thrashed Soufrière Stumpers by a massive nine wickets to open the domestic Twenty20 season at the Philip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort. The Choiseul franchise lost just one wicket, that of Junior Henry ...

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(BBC) — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Planned Parenthood, an abortion and healthcare provider, have sued Alabama over its ban on abortion. The groups called the “extreme” law a “manmade public health emergency”. The ban, which offers no exceptions for rape or incest, was signed last week but has not taken effect. Anti-abortion ...

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(BBC) — At least 23 inmates have died after clashes broke out at a jail inside a Venezuelan police station, according to a rights group. At least 14 police officers were wounded, Una Ventana a la Libertad said. The jail, in Acarigua, is designed to hold 250 people but currently has around 540 inmates, the ...

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(BBC) — At least 17 students have died as a fire ripped through their classrooms in India, officials said. Students were seen jumping and falling from the building in the western city of Surat as black smoke billowed from windows. Most of the victims were teenagers who had been studying at a tuition centre. The ...

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Shawn Joseph, the man who was fatally shot in Bagatelle, Castries on Friday, May 24, was allegedly a gunman ‘back in the days’ but he had changed his life for the better, reliable police sources have informed St. Lucia News Online. Joseph, who is originally from Conway, Castries but resided at Ti Rocher, was part ...

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