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Dear Sir: Most people would not want their gardener running their hospital unless he or she was qualified to do so. It is different in politics. Under a democratic system, the job for heading the administration of a country, one that affects almost every aspect of the lives of the citizens in that nation, is […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Race day two of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta was once again blessed with vibrant sailing conditions on the beautiful southern coast of Antigua. The race committee led by Stephen Parry, set the butterfly course, with the common course at 20nm, and the long course at 30nm. The majority of the legs […]

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COLOMBO, (Reuters): – Islamic State claimed responsibility yesterday for the bomb attacks in Sri Lanka that killed 321 people in what officials believe was retaliation for assaults on mosques in New Zealand. The claim, issued through the group’s AMAQ news agency, was made after Sri Lanka said two domestic Islamist groups with suspected links to foreign […]

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Trinidad Express:– Bail in the sum of $350,000 has been granted to each of the three men accused of holding four Venezuelan women hostage and sexually assaulting two of them in a “fake police station” in Diego Martin. The bail bonds were granted by Magistrate Rehanna Hosein when the men, Virgil Pompey, of Wilson Road, […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has been honoured by two of his counterparts from Martinique. The Mayor of Saint Esprit, Fred-Michel Tirault and Cakin Sainte-Rose, Mayor of Macouba, were part of ninety member delegation that visited Saint Lucia over the Easter Weekend. According to release from his office, Mayor Francis was honored for his outstanding service […]

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(NEWS.COM.AU) — Max Holloway’s son, Rush, is fast becoming the most popular kid in the UFC. The 7-year-old Hawaiian follows his dad around wherever he goes and has already started jiu jitsu training as he dreams of his own career in the Octagon. “If anybody can take my spotlight, it’s him,” says Holloway. “That’s the ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — Two 14-year-old Florida girls face charges after authorities say detailed notes were uncovered describing their grisly plot to kill nine people. Delaney M. Barnes and Solonge N. Green were arrested Wednesday after a teacher at Avon Park Middle School discovered the eight-page murder plot titled “Project 11/9,” The Ledger reported. The ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A vulture caused a motorcycle wreck in Kansas that killed an Army veteran of five tours of duty and his wife, neither of whom was wearing a helmet, according to authorities. The bird of prey flew out of a ditch as Brandon Husband and his wife, Jennifer, sped on their Harley-Davidson ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — ISIS claimed responsibility Tuesday for the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka that killed at least 321 people, as an image emerged of three men said to be among the suicide bombers with a flag of the terror group in the backdrop. The three men in the photo released by pro-ISIS ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A United Airlines employee repeatedly shouted racial slurs at an actress in view of other customers, calling her a “shining monkey,” according to the woman’s attorneys and court documents. The actress, Cacilie Hughes, was returning home to Houston on Feb. 26 after a speaking engagement on women’s empowerment at a university ...

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