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Minister with responsibility for foreign affairs Sarah Flood Beaubrun is encouraging a comprehensive and frank discussion on homosexuality before amending St. Lucia’s buggery laws. The minister was questioned on her views on the suspected suicide in Dennery on Monday; which involved a 17-year old who identified as gay.  
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A man who says he was an eyewitness, has been recounting events before a police officer struck a male civilian who was in handcuffs in the face. A video recording of the cop’s actions has gone viral with Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry promising a speedy investigation. The man who claims he was an eyewitness to […]

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Press Release:– The Department of Finance wishes to inform the public of government’s policy regarding the pricing regime for gasoline and diesel in Saint Lucia. Four tax components influence the price of petroleum products (gasoline and diesel) in Saint Lucia. These are the invoiced CIF prices of imported petroleum, wholesaler and retailer guaranteed margins and the […]

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The Caribbean Association of Firefighters (CAFF) has written to Saint Lucia’s Fire Chief asserting that it is ‘deeply concerned’ about the climate between the Saint Lucia Fire Service Association and the government here. In the March 26, 2019 letter to Joseph Joseph, the CAFF lauded the initiative which saw Labour Minister, Stephenson King, meeting with […]

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EuroNews:– The engines of a luxury cruise ship that became stranded in a storm failed because of low levels of lubricating oil, it has emerged. The Viking Sky, which had 1,300 people on board, narrowly avoided disaster after it sent out a mayday signal on Saturday. Passengers shared videos of onboard furniture sliding across the vessel’s […]

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Barbados Nation:- Two fake cops were forced to flee and call the real police after Deacons, St Michael residents set upon them when they tried to confiscate a second bicycle. Jamal Omar Beckles, a 35-year-old courier, of Massiah Street, St John, and Kenroy Henderson Brathwaite, a 39-year-old driver, of Apartment 7B, Sargeant Road, Ellerton, St George, […]

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WASHINGTON,  (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump today called on Russia to pull its troops from Venezuela and warned that “all options” were open to make that happen. The arrival of two Russian air force planes carrying nearly 100 Russian troops outside Caracas on Saturday has escalated the political crisis in Venezuela. Russia and China […]

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