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A 37 year old male  was injured as a result of an accident at Praslin Wednesday morning, emergency officials say. According to the officials, the motorcycle he was riding ran off the road. A video of the aftermath of the accident was posted on social media. The victim is reported to have sustained a suspected […]

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(VIRGIN ISLANDS NEWS ONLINE) – With daily earthquakes in the Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands region, some of which have been felt in the [British] Virgin Islands, the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) has been monitoring the situation closely while urging the public to have their emergency plans in place, including in the event of a tsunami. ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – Venezuela’s cash supply has tanked so far that it has less money than Jay-Z. The South American country’s reserves, which were already at a 30-year low, have now fallen below $1 billion amid economic sanctions, Bloomberg reported Friday. Venezuela’s central bank has only about $800 million in cash and $200 million ...

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(AP) – A man who served nearly three decades in prison for a triple killing in Philadelphia in what prosecutors called a “perfect storm” of injustice was freed after a judge threw out his conviction. “Theophalis Wilson, you are free to go,” Judge Tracy Brandeis-Roman said Tuesday as extended family and friends who packed the ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) – The head office of the regional trade and integration bloc CARICOM is looking to cut its huge electricity bill, which in recent years topped US$500,000 annually; the situation once landed the Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara Secretariat into a financial crisis. Now, it is looking at solar energy to solve its problems. ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – The pervasive problem of crime in Trinidad and Tobago can be solved through reading the bible and praying. This according to the Trinidad and Tobago Council of Evangelical Churches, which released a statement on Tuesday relaying its position on the country’s increasing crime rates. According to the Council, a return to biblical ...

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