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Sky News:–  A father was separated from his baby after getting off a train to have a cigarette, leaving the child behind. CCTV footage from the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority in Ohio captured the incident which happened on 12 January. The father is seen standing up after setting the baby carrier on the seat, adjusting […]

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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP)  will, in office, address vindictiveness and other negative traits that are dividing the society, it has been announced. “When the Saint Lucia Labour Party gets into office, the Saint Lucia Labour Party will, as far as possible, try to stop he animousity, the division, the bitterness and the […]

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BBC:-  Mobile phones should be banned from the dinner table and bedtimes as part of a healthy approach to devices, the UK’s four chief medical officers have said. Children should also take a break from screen-based activities every two hours, the guidance said. They also said technology companies must do more to keep children safe. The […]

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Windsor Star:–  A man who allegedly broke into Rihanna’s mansion and spent 12 hours making himself at home has been sentenced to five years probation. Eduardo Leon avoided jail time by pleading guilty to stalking the singer on Wednesday. According to The Blast, he was ordered to complete Los Angeles county’s Office of Diversion and Reentry […]

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(SNO) — At least eight people, including five children, are homeless as a result of a fire in Sunbilt, Castries on Wednesday evening, according to sources. There were no reports of injuries. A two-storey apartment building that had accommodated at least two families was totally destroyed, despite efforts of the firefighters. When the fire broke ...

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