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Guyana Chronicle:– JARREL Duke was, on Monday freed of a rape charge by the Sexual Offences Court of the Demerara High Court after a jury returned a not-guilty verdict. Duke, 20, was on trial before Justice Brassington Reynolds for allegedly engaging in sexual penetration with a six-year-old boy between December 14, 2013 and December 18, 2013. […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) — An Air Canada flight was forced to make an emergency landing at the Grantly Adams International Airport yesterday, following a medical emergency in which 94-year-old German man died on board. The authorities report that flight AC 1724 from Montréal-Trudeau International to Barbados was met by emergency services. It’s reported that the […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has underscored his administration’s commitment to sports, asserting that the government is committed to delivering on a promise to improve sports facilities across the Island. Writing on his official Facebook page, Chastanet noted that on Friday morning there was an official ground breaking to begin upgrading of the Soufriere mini stadium […]

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WILX 10:– Trump Tonic, an orange-flavored vodka is being made inside an old post office in Newport, Arkansas and could be coming to a store shelf near you. “We’re off and running,” J. Ross Jones says. Jones is one of the owners at Postmaster Spirits and Craft Distillery, a new operation that bottles liquor next […]

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Press Release:- The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank is preparing to release the new EC polymer bank notes. The polymer notes will co-circulate with the currently existing paper notes. Circulation will commence with the new $50 bill in June, followed by the $100, $20 and $10 banknotes in August and September. Acting Director in the Currency Management […]

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Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church in Saint Lucia Seth  Ampadu, has asserted that leaders must demonstrate integrity. “If you are a leader, you must not do things that would give people the opportunity to distrust you,” he told reporters Tuesday. The Methodist Minister spoke against the backdrop of news that broke last weekend that […]

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There has been a call for more effective security measures at schools, including the provision of CCTV cameras, after a break in at the Gros Islet Secondary School. “I am really hoping that the powers that be – the Ministry of Education, our District Officers, will see the need to equip our schools with ample, […]

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[Jackie Salo (The New York Post)- April 8th 2019]:- An Oregon woman unable to give birth to kids of her own is about to become a mom to twins — all thanks to her own twin sister who stepped up to serve as an egg donor and surrogate, according to reports.   (Whitney Bliesner (left) and Jill …
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[BBC News -April 8th 2019]:-  A national park in Florida has captured a record 17 ft (5.2 m) python using an innovative approach to tackling the invasive species. The female snake, the largest ever to be removed from Big Cypress National Preserve, weighed 140lb (63.5kg) and was carrying 73 developing eggs. Pythons pose a major …
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