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by Terry Finisterre Undoubtedly 14 year old De Andre Calderon has had a remarkable year both locally and regionally to the extent that he had not lost to a local player – until last Sunday – when he lost in the semi-finals of the National Day Senior Table Tennis Singles Championships to Adrian Albert. From […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – Senior US officials failed to tell the truth about the war in Afghanistan throughout the 18-year campaign — and hid evidence that it was unwinnable, according to a damning report by the Washington Post. The paper, which obtained a cache of government documents under the Freedom of Information Act after a ...

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(FOX NEWS) – A passenger was stung by a scorpion aboard a United Airlines flight in a bizarre incident that prompted an emergency response. The unidentified woman, who was flying from San Francisco to Atlanta, said she was stung by the venomous creature while midair. She felt a stinging sensation on her leg, prompting her ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – A heartbroken British man turned himself into a human fireball in front of his ex-girlfriend who dumped him after only a few weeks together, according to reports. Horrified witnesses say flames reached at least 15 feet high as the burning man, identified by UK media as Morgan Baskett, 42, begged “Let ...

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(BGR) – If there’s one thing sci-fi movies have taught us over the years, it’s that combining one animal with another animal almost always ends badly. Scientists in China aren’t trying to create mutant monsters, but they did create baby pigs with monkey cells. Yes, you read that correctly. As NewScientist reports, a team of ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Ministers of Health of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States OECS recently met in Saint Lucia for two important meetings to discuss and examine ways to improve access of health services to citizens of the region. The Ministry of Health & Wellness in collaboration with the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States ...

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(PAGE SIX) – Rapper Juice Wrld was injected with Narcan by agents who assumed he was overdosing on Percocet — as it emerged the star was on the FBI’s radar following a raid on his jet last month, according to reports. The “Lucid Dreams” star was given two doses of the emergency treatment as he ...

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(NBC NEWS) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by a convicted murderer who filed a civil rights lawsuit because Texas prison officials denied her request to be considered for gender reassignment surgery. The justices let stand a lower court’s decision to reject the claim by inmate Vanessa Lynn Gibson ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Ireland, through the Irish Government’s Programme for Overseas Development (Irish Aid), has announced the 2020/21 Call for Ireland-SIDS Fellows Programme. The scholarship is open to nationals from select OECS Member States who are interested in Masters level studies relevant to addressing climate change, the blue economy and associated challenges. ...

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The Gros Islet bus driver who was involved in a confrontation with a female passenger last month has been fined and urged to seek counselling to assist him in controlling his temper, officials of the Gros Islet Minibus Association say. Edmund Joseph, alias ‘Yellow’, appeared before the association’s Disciplinary Committee last week, along with the […]

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