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The Local:–  A man in Södertälje temporarily lost his parental rights thanks to a mix-up in family court. When the man went in to register himself as the father, the administrative official who handled his paperwork mistakingly entered the wrong name on the form, which was then sent to the Swedish Tax Agency for processing. […]

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(AP) — With the Mega Millions lottery jackpot at a record US $1.6 billion, people are snapping up tickets across the US. The Powerball jackpot also has climbed. It’s up to an estimated US$620 million for Wednesday’s drawing. That would make it the fifth-largest jackpot in US history. But much of the focus has been ...

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China Daily:-  The world’s largest amphibious aircraft, AG600, carried out its first takeoff and landing on waters in Hubei province’s Jingmen on Saturday. Developed and built by the State-owned aircraft giant Aviation Industry Corp of China, the seaplane took off from the Zhanghe Reservoir at 8:51 am and stayed airborne for about 15 minutes. It was […]

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Press Release:-  Officials from the National Lotteries Authority’s After School Programme will meet with parents of the Marchand Combined School this coming Tuesday October 23 at 4:30pm to discuss important issues relating to the initiative. Like all the other selected centres the programme in Marchand is extremely important in both child and community development and its […]

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ABC (AU):-  A New South Wales woman has been unable to stop her brother getting money from their parents’ estate after he shot them dead in 2014. The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, went to the Supreme Court in a bid to prevent her brother benefitting financially from the deaths. At his murder […]

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The Cannabis Movement of Saint Lucia believes that Saint Lucia stands to gain millions of dollars from the establishment of a ganja industry here. The Chairman of the Movement, Andre de Caires estimates that there is a local recreational industry worth $50 million a year. “12.5 VAT on that is $6.2 million dollars on just […]

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(SNO) – A St. Lucian-born British man is reportedly serving three years in a United Kingdom (UK) prison for sex abuse crimes and his victims are not happy with his sentence. The Wandsworth Guardian has reported that 62-year-old Bernard Mathurin of Maysoule Road (London, UK) was “convicted of five counts of indecent assault dating back ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Police are investigating the murder of a Mon Repos man who was shot and subsequently died following a robbery early on Sunday morning. Dead is Christopher Swamy, 30, a handyman of Lot 161, Mon Repos Pasture, East Coast Demerara. The robbery occurred around 01:30 hrs on Sunday morning in front of the ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) — Three men are now dead after the truck in which they were travelling turned turtle at Kumung Trail, Puruni River on Saturday afternoon. The dead men were identified as 24-year-old Clifford Anthony, a porter of Itaballi Landing; David Choi-Weenam, 52, a miner of Four Miles, Bartica and Jude James, 39, a miner ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Prime Minister Andrew Holness says it is of strategic importance that the appropriate programmes be put in place, making Spanish a second language in Jamaica. Speaking at the official opening of the Excellence Oyster Bay Hotel in Trelawny on October 18, Holness said there are so many Spanish investments in Jamaica, that ...

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