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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com BALI, Indonesia — At the 2018 annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group being held in Bali, Indonesia, from October 11 to 14, for government finance minister and officials, including central bank representatives, fintech (financial technology) apparatus and tools were stressed […]

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Press Release:–  St. Lucian students from four schools participated in a two-day hackathon event to showcase their new skills as part of a United States Government-supported Robotics and Coding pilot program. The program relates to a branch of engineering and science that allows students to design and use robots through computer programming. The Robotics and Coding […]

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CASTRIES, St Lucia — The governments of France and Saint Lucia signed a convention on mutual assistance in criminal matters and an extradition convention in Castries on September 30, 2016. The French Parliament passed a law authorising approval of the agreements and the Council of Ministers consequently approved said agreements. The instruments of approval provided […]

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Mouthwatering jerk chicken or spicy curried mutton might be meals fit for a king, but these perennial favourites are detrimental to his loyal companions, Fido and Kitty. According to Dr Terrina Jones, a veterinary surgeon at the Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA), panicked pet owners are rushing […]

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Martinique officials have  dismissed as unfounded, reports that a young woman from the French overseas territory who disappeared  last year was spotted in Saint Lucia, local news reports have said. According to Martinique 1 Ere, last June a witness had come forward to report that the young woman,  Aude Jean-Alexis, had been seen here. Martinique officials […]

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By Anthony L Hall In “Re Supreme Court: Kavanaugh-Ford Playing Thomas-Hill Roles. But a Different Ending Looms,” September 17, 2018, I delineated some of the principled and political reasons why I asserted that Kavanaugh’s confirmation was toast. And, the intemperate way he spewed bald-faced lies during his testimony only reinforced my assertion. Frankly, there was […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders In one year and eight months’ time, the present holder of the Office of Secretary-General of the Organisation of American States (OAS) will end his current term. Judging from his recent utterances, Luis Almagro might not offer himself for a second term although he has not said so specifically. In his […]

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