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Trinidad Guardian:-  Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith was in­volved in a ve­hic­u­lar ac­ci­dent yes­ter­day, but luck­i­ly he suf­fered no in­juries. Grif­fith’s of­fi­cial ve­hi­cle col­lid­ed with an­oth­er ve­hi­cle dri­ven by a civil­ian as his se­cu­ri­ty de­tail chased af­ter a dri­ver who had been dri­ving in a reck­less and dan­ger­ous man­ner. So­cial me­dia users were first alert­ed about the […]

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BBC:- The man accused of killing 50 people in attacks on two New Zealand mosques has lodged a formal complaint over his prison treatment, media say. Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, has so far been charged with one murder and is expected to face further charges. A source told news website Stuff the prisoner had said he […]

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Press Release:– Do you want to be a nurse, electrician, hair stylist, teacher or interested in another profession and need to determine which school is right for you? Are you looking for work on a cruise ship? Do you want a promotion or to obtain a certificate, diploma or degree? Well if you are, join us […]

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MSN News:- The European parliament has overwhelmingly backed a watershed resolution calling for reparations for crimes committed in Africa during European colonialism. The bill urges European member states to introduce a series of sweeping reforms aimed at tackling ‘structural racism’ facing millions of Afro-Europeans. It calls on the countries to implement nation-wide strategies to deal with discrimination […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Commissioner has told twenty-five school security guards who were sworn in this week as Special Police Constables, that they should enforce the law without fear, favour or prejudice. “There is nothing like ‘I am not going to act because this person is is my sister; this person is my brother; this person […]

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Sky News:– Convicted drug lord El Chapo is sidestepping into fashion by creating an eponymous clothing brand inspired by his twin daughters. The 61-year-old kingpin, whose real name is Joquin Guzman, is working with his wife Emma Coronel Aispuro, 29, on the sartorial project. The El Chapo-branded clothing will feature the drug lord’s name and signature […]

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BBC:- Details have begun to emerge of the final moments of an Ethiopian Airlines flight which crashed three weeks ago. An anti-stalling system on the plane, a Boeing 737 Max, has been blamed for the disaster which killed all 157 people on board. Soon after take-off – and just 450ft (137m) above the ground – the […]

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MIAMI, United States (CMC) — The United Coast Guard says it seized nearly 2,000 pounds of marijuana with a street value of more than US$3.5 million during an exercise in the Caribbean Sea. It said six smugglers had been detained. “I couldn’t be more proud of this crew,” said Captain Mark Gordon, Commanding Officer of […]

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Press Release:- After a long running sensitization campaign, the Government of Saint Lucia has taken another significant step toward addressing vehicular traffic in the capital city. According to Minister for Transport, Hon. Guy Joseph, a bill was passed to authorize the Castries Constituency Council to install parking meters within the city of Castries under the Motor […]

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