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Barbados Today:- The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has weighed in on the slow pace of restructuring of regional airline LIAT, which is owned by Barbados and three other Eastern Caribbean Governments. In an interview with Barbados TODAY, CDB President Warren Smith said he was “disappointed” with progress towards executing a plan the bank funded to stem losses, improve […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  A local fertility expert is encouraging career-driven women to consider freezing their eggs as a method to preserve reproductive potential until they are ready for families. “A lot of women don’t know that you can actually freeze your eggs or embryos, especially if you are a young professional who is studying or plan to […]

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Even before I knew last Friday’s Newsspin would be his last, I had decided to offer my two cents to Timothy Poleon’s “Hot Button” question: “Why do you think there is a need for a superintendent minister of the Methodist church in Saint Lucia to reinforce the point that teachers should periodically search the bags of students?”

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(FOX NEWS) — A 27-year-old Indian man is going viral after he announced an intent to sue his parents, claiming he didn’t give his explicit consent to bring him into the world. Raphael Samuel, donning a fake beard and sunglasses, said in a YouTube video posted on Tuesday that he is suing his parents because ...

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(SKY NEWS) — A farmer was eaten alive by her pigs after she collapsed while feeding them, according to Russian media. The 56-year-old woman had gone to feed the animals when she suffered an epileptic seizure, it is reported. She fell down in the pen and was bitten by the pigs. Her husband is understood ...

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