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Trinidad Newsday:–  With last Monday’s bombing by US-backed Syrian forces of the two remaining ISIS-controlled villages in which 200 men, women and children were reportedly killed, some families in TT fear their loved ones who migrated to Syria and Iraq might be among the dead. A family who spoke anonymously to Sunday Newsday yesterday, said, “I […]

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CMC:– Former legendary West Indies captain Sir Vivian Richards has endorsed Ricky Skerritt and his running mate Dr. Kishore Shallow in their bid to become Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) new president and vice-president respectively. Last month Skerritt announced his intention to challenge current CWI president Dave Cameron in the upcoming elections slated to be held in […]

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BBC News:- Theresa May could gain support for her Brexit deal if she promises to stand down as prime minister, senior Conservatives have told the BBC. MPs in the party have said they might reluctantly back the agreement if they know she will not be in charge of the next stage of negotiations with the EU. […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force have been demanding money from some show promoters for them to prolong their entertainment events beyond the stipulated 2:00 am cut-off time for weekend events, the Jamaica Observer can report. Some show promoters have complained to the Sunday Observer regarding the “unreasonable” demands made by some policemen who often enter […]

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BBC News:- The singer Barbra Streisand has apologised after she was criticised for sympathising with Michael Jackson over child abuse accusations against him. Streisand told The Times newspaper that she believed the allegations against the late superstar but said his actions “didn’t kill” the accusers. She later wrote on Instagram that she was “profoundly sorry for […]

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Press Release:– Anytime women come together with a collective intention, it’s a powerful thing!  That was evident at the recently held “Tea & Testimony,” tea party event which saw over 320 women gather at Government House, adorned in pink, for an afternoon of delights and empowering stories from inspiring women both local and regional. Organized by […]

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