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By Dr Neals J Chitan I am convinced that the black man is the new endangered species and that there seems to be a systemic and systematic process that renders him absent from family, civic, professional and religious life. Despite Dr Martin Luther King’s dream of racial equality, respect and opportunity; the dreamer himself met […]

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Dear Sir: Days after a shooting disaster in New Zealand, the prime minister of New Zealand announced a ban on assault weapons and promised legislation to enforce the ban within weeks. Good leadership is decisive, quick and responsible. It seeks that which is best for the many. Here in Trinidad and Tobago there seem to […]

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Dear Sir: NKBB congratulates the peoples of Bonaire for their unprecedented act of courage and resistance of massively protesting and boycotting the march 20, 2019 cover-up elections organized by the Dutch government in a desperate action to legitimize the Dutch colonial status imposed on October 10, 2010. As all political analysts are analyzing the results, […]

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Dear Sir: The Society for the Resettlement of Caribbean Nationals (SRCN) wishes to commend the Barbados museum and historical society and the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill campus for dedicating the UWI 2019 lecture series to the experiences of Barbados immigration from the 1900s, in particular of the of persons from the […]

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Dear Sir: President Trump continuously bashes John McCain about various McCain positions that Trump disagrees with, which is somewhat amazing since McCain has been dead for seven months. I believe draft dodger Trump (DDT) wants to be in the spotlight all the time and doesn’t care if he receives negative criticism about his comments. As […]

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Trinidad Express:- A man will be going to court on Friday charged with stealing his wife jewelry. The Chaguanas incensed when he sold the jewels without her permission, police say. The man, from New Settlement Caroni Savannah Road, Chaguanas, has since been charged with larceny of $10,000 in jewellery and is expected to appear before […]

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Sky News:– A Russian billionaire at the centre of the UK’s costliest divorce battle has managed to keep hold of his £350m superyacht – despite still owing his ex-wife 40% of his fortune. Oil and gas tycoon Farkhad Akhmedov had his yacht Luna impounded in Dubai last year. The move came after his ex-wife Tatiana won […]

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BBC News:- Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó will be barred from holding further public office for 15 years, the maximum allowed by law, the state financial controller has announced. Comptroller Elvis Amoroso said Mr Guaidó’s personal financial statements contained inconsistencies. Mr Guaidó, head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, declared himself interim president in January. He has […]

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National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, supports a review of Saint Lucia’s buggery law. “If Saint Lucians want that to be revisited I have no problems with that,” he told reporters. “But I think the time has come when we really have to look at it,” the former Deputy Police Commissioner stated. He expressed the view […]

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[BBC NEWS – March 28th 2019]:- Pope Francis has addressed the mystery of why he withdrew his hand from worshippers’ kisses, explaining it was a “simple question of hygiene”. Vatican spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said the Pope was worried about germs when meeting Catholics last Wednesday. Video showing Pope Francis pulling away his hand from people attempting …
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