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ABC News:–  First lady Melania Trump told ABC News in an exclusive interview that she has told her husband there have been people in his administration she didn’t trust who worked for him. Asked by ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas whether there are still people in the president’s administration “he can’t trust,” the first lady […]

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Barbados Today:-  No charges are pending for anyone in connection with a viral video in which a child is seemingly drinking a beverage from a Banks beer bottle, while a man in a Barbados Water Authority shirt and a woman stand by chatting, a senior police officer has said. Police had launched an investigation into […]

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The Saint Lucia government has been urged to follow the lead of Trinidad and Tobago in compensating relatives of police officers killed in the line of duty. In the twin Island republic, relatives of members of the protective services killed in the line of duty are expected to receive $5 million in a compensation package […]

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Antigua Observer:-  Acting Commissioner of Police, Atlee Rodney, believes there is still a place for the death penalty in today’s society. “Over the years we keep hearing all the debate about it, but I think it still has its place. I think it can serve as a deterrent to some of the heinous crimes we are […]

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Companies in the United States and Canada have expressed an interest in starting medical marijuana projects here, the Chairman of Saint Lucia’s Cannabis Movement, Andre ‘Pancho’ de Caires has disclosed. He said one of the investors wants two thousand acres of marijuana to be grown in Saint Lucia. The Cannabis Movement Chairman said the investors […]

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Sky News:-  Malaysia’s government has agreed to abolish the death penalty in a move welcomed by human rights groups. Capital punishment is exclusively carried out by hanging in Malaysia – a legacy of British imperialism – and is currently mandatory for crimes such as murder, terrorism, treason, kidnapping, possession of firearms and drug trafficking. More than […]

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