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(NEW YORK POST) — An obese American tourist who made headlines when he forced an air hostess to wipe his butt as he moaned in pleasure midair has died in Thailand. The unnamed pervert left several Taiwanese stewardesses traumatized when he demanded they help him in the lavatory by removing his pants and wiping his ...

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CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido today called on supporters to take to the streets on May 1 for what he called “the largest march in the history” of the South American country to keep the pressure on President Nicolas Maduro to leave power. “They will need to listen to the people saying: […]

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MIAMI — The U.S. Virgin Islands is determined to position itself as the number one tourism destination in the Caribbean by employing robust public-private partnerships. Recently-installed U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan, Jr., who led the Territory’s delegation to Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami last week, made the declaration during discussions with leaders of the ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) is pleased to announce that one of the leading global providers of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, Huawei, is the diamond sponsor for the CTU’s 30th Anniversary Celebration. Under the auspices of the government of Trinidad and Tobago, the CTU will be celebrating ...

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BBC News:- Snakes have been found in Liberian President George Weah’s office, forcing him to work from his private residence, the BBC has learnt. Press secretary Smith Toby told the BBC that on Wednesday two black snakes were found in the foreign affairs ministry building, his official place of work. All staff have been told to […]

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(SKY NEWS) — He’s arguably the greatest footballer to ever play the game but fans shouldn’t call Lionel Messi “God”, according to the Pope. The Pontiff says using the term to describe the Barcelona star is theoretically “sacrilege” and has warned supporters against doing it. Asked about the subject on Spanish television channel La Sexta, ...

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The head of the Saint Lucia Catholic church has expressed concern about violent crime here, telling members of the flock that life is cheap in Saint Lucia. Archbishop Robert Rivas was addressing the traditional Good Friday Way of the Cross observance. He disclosed that in Trinidad and Tobago one thousand dollars in local currency which […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has declared that  restructuring of the economy has helped  to put Saint Lucia on a strong financial footing, with the result that the country has regained the confidence of business people and investors, locally and internationally. “The budgetary proposals for the upcoming financial year are designed to achieve growth that will […]

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Guyana Chronicle:– AGAINST the background of an increase in the smuggling of contraband into prisons here, government has moved to procure full body and baggage scanners for the New Amsterdam Prison. The scanners are being purchased under the Citizen Security Strengthening Programme (CSSP), through which, US$1.8M has been set aside to strengthen the Guyana Prison Service […]

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Trinidad Newsday:– MOMENTS after a video went viral on social media showing a man mercilessly beating his mother, he was shot and killed at the family home in Debe on Wednesday morning. The killing occurred less than 24 hours after Harish Baldath, 35, had also threatened to kill his 65-year-old mother Johageen Soogrim, who is a […]

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