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BBC News:– The Cuban government has cancelled the country’s 12th annual march against homophobia. In a Facebook post, the state-run National Centre for Sex Education (CENESEX) blamed “new tensions in the international and regional context” for the cancellation. Activists have condemned the move and questioned the government’s motives. Cuba was set to approve same-sex marriage under […]

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Guyana Chronicle:- A GUYANESE man will be charged with murder in New York after he allegedly left his three-year-old daughter to burn, in a car, near a park in Queens. Reports allege that the child was strapped to her baby seat inside a chained-shut, gasoline-covered car that was set ablaze on Sunday. The full horror of […]

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Barbados Today:-  Grenada is now a shareholder in the financially burdened airline, LIAT. The revelation came this morning from Grenada’s Minister of Trade, Industry, Co-operatives and CARICOM Affairs Oliver Joseph, who was addressing that island’s weekly government press conference at his St George’s conference room. “I am pleased to announce that Grenada is now the […]

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Jamaica Observer:- Ackaisha Green, the 24-year-old mother who was ridiculed by her mother for turning over to the police a bag of cash she found in an ATM two weeks ago, is now the recipient of a flood of kindness from Jamaicans here and abroad. Yesterday, her hope of pursuing a housekeeping course at HEART Trust/NTA became […]

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Police are on the hunt for two armed bandits who targeted the Sea Town Chinese restaurant on Brazil Street, Castries on Sunday night. The criminals emptied the establishment’s cash register, as they pillaged the cashier’s station. However, any jubilation at their heist might be short lived, as the bandits were caught on camera and the …
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(ABC NEWS) — At least eight students have been injured in a shooting at a Colorado school on Tuesday, according to authorities. Two suspects are in custody, Douglas County Undersheriff Holly Nicholson Kluth told reporters during a press conference. Emergency dispatchers received reports that shots were fired at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch just ...

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Acting Commissioner of Police Milton Desir says a combination of traditional policing and targeted interventions is starting to pay off. Desir is also commending members of the public who have come forward with information to the police and is urging others to do likewise. The acting police commissioner’s comments follow an upsurge in gun violence over …
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MOSCOW (AP) — Venezuela’s foreign minister says the country may expand the presence of Russian military specialists there, as Moscow and Washington accuse each other of interfering in the country’s crisis. Russia has had deep military cooperation with Venezuela over the years, including supplying weapons and aircraft. It sent military advisers to the troubled South ...

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A judgment has been awarded against the state in an almost 6-year-old fatal police shooting. 32-year-old Mandy Louisy was shot by law enforcement officers in Babonneau on August 9th, 2013. The ruling was handed down on Friday May 3rd. Attorney-at-law and human rights advocate Mary Francis issued a statement on behalf of the deceased’s mother. …
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