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CBC News:– Pope Francis on Friday issued sweeping new sex abuse legislation for Vatican personnel and Holy See diplomats that requires the immediate reporting of abuse allegations to Vatican prosecutors, a policy shift aimed at being a model for the Catholic Church worldwide. The changes were issued under the form of an Apostolic Letter, a […]

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Press Release:- The Dental Services Unit has launched a halitosis campaign as a means of raising awareness on the importance of oral health. As part of the halitosis campaign, the Dental Services Unit will introduce a Dental Comic Strip competition, aimed at starting island-wide conversation on oral health, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and overall health. “We […]

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Sky News:- Two bandmates from Liverpool and their tour manager are among four people to have died in a head-on crash in Arizona. Indie duo Her’s had played a gig in Phoenix and were travelling to California when the accident happened in the early hours of Wednesday, with a pickup truck colliding straight into a […]

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BBC:– Boxing chiefs in California have suspended Bulgarian heavyweight Kubrat Pulev’s licence after he “forcibly” kissed a female reporter on the lips during an interview. Footage emerged of Pulev embracing Vegas Sports Daily’s Jennifer Ravalo when asked about fighting Tyson Fury. Pulev, 37, claimed the pair were friends, but Ravalo said she had only met the […]

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Guyana Chronicle:- ALMOST a month after her son was stabbed, the mother of a Covent Garden Secondary School student is at wits end regarding the investigation, even as the mastermind of the attack remains within the school’s environment. The mother of 15-year-old Shemuel Pierre, a Fourth Form student, told the Guyana Chronicle that her son was […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com WASHINGTON, USA — Continuing a path to engage the Venezuelan government, and following Russia’s deployment of troops and equipment to Venezuela last weekend, fueling reaction from the US State Department, President Donald Trump has since called on Russia to “get out” of Venezuela — meanwhile, […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA – Legislation that would admit Puerto Rico into the union as the 51st state is set to be introduced by Rep Darren Soto (D-Fla) with the support of Puerto Rico governor, Ricardo Rosselló, thus bypassing the need for a referendum. In two referendums, voters choose statehood, and as […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname – In grand style and pageantry last week Thursday-Friday, Suriname celebrated the Hindu spring festival of Holi which is also known as Phagwa. Holi-Phagwa is an ancient Hindu celebration that originated from India and spread to several regions of Asia and the rest of the world. […]

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