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The gambling industry has always been the subject of fierce political debate. This is the case in nations throughout the Caribbean, the Americas and around the world. Opinions will differ over which side has the winning argument but, with a predicted yield in 2019 of US$ 495bn, and a projected value of $525bn by 2023, nobody can dispute the colossal financial aspect.

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CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Mar 17, CMC – The St. Lucia government, describing the ongoing strike action by firefighters here as illegal, said “meaningful” negotiations would only begin when the workers immediately report back to work. Labour Minister Stephenson King, in a March 15 letter to the St. Lucia Fire Service Association (SLFSA), said that the ...

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(CNN) — The Australian man charged with murder in connection with terrorist shootings at two New Zealand mosques that left dozens dead was a frequent traveler who spent time in Pakistan, Turkey and Bulgaria, among other countries in recent years. Fifty people were killed and 50 others were wounded in the attack, New Zealand Police ...

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Christchurch, New Zealand (CNN) — Abdul Aziz Wahabzadah was praying with his four children at the Linwood mosque in Christchurch on Friday when the gunfire started. Friday is the busiest day of the week for mosques around the world, when Muslims convene for Friday prayers. Wahabzadah told CNN he ran outside as soon as he ...

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(CNN) — UK Prime Minister Theresa May has called on British lawmakers to “come together” and vote her Brexit deal through, following months of uncertainty and division. “I am convinced that the time to define ourselves by how we voted in 2016 must now end,” May wrote in a Britain’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper, referring to ...

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The dispute between Venezuela and Guyana surrounding ownership of the Esequiba territory traces its origin back centuries. Like so many territorial disputes around the world, the quarrel between Caracas and Georgetown is one that not only impacts the day-to-day life of these two nations, but neighbouring states too.

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