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Masked gunmen attacked the Morne Bakery Tuesday afternoon, escaping with an undisclosed sum of money. But the owner of the business place said that as a Christian who has faith in Jesus Christ, she does not hate the criminals. “I will continue to pray for them,” she told St Lucia Times. The woman, who requested […]

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(BBC) — An eight-storey apartment block has collapsed in the Turkish city of Istanbul, killing one person, while other people were injured or are trapped beneath rubble. Video from a residential area in the city’s Kartal district shows rescuers at work around a mound of debris. Reports suggest at least four people may be missing, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Calvary Baptist Church at Massade, Gros Islet celebrates its 50th anniversary with a number of events that begin on Friday, February 8. The theme chosen for this milestone is “Keeping the Faith”. The guest speaker for the anniversary services is Dr. Glendon Thompson. Dr. Thompson serves as senior pastor of Jarvis ...

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(CBC) — Global Affairs Canada has updated its official travel advisory for Venezuela to warn Canadians to avoid all travel to the South American country because of the ongoing humanitarian and political crisis there. “Avoid all travel to Venezuela due to the significant level of violent crime, the unstable political and economic situations and the ...

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By Youri A Kemp Unless you have totally zoned out from mainstream information sources, including your Google+, Facebook and Twitter news alerts, then odds are you have heard about the disaster that was the Fyre Festival that was supposed to take place in Great Exuma, The Bahamas in the summer of 2017. The disaster of […]

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Press Release:–  The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed an appeal in the matter of Gloria Shillingford v. Angel Andrew. Mr. Andrew had given Ms. Shillingford, his sister, power of attorney to sell property belonging to him. However, Mr. Andrew claimed that Gloria then made unauthorised payments to herself, her daughter and their cousin […]

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By John Skippings Question: Who is the speaker, to whom it is spoken and on what occasion? “I would build a great wall, and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me, and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border. And I will have Mexico pay […]

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By Matthew Thomas NARCOTIC: A narcotic is a type of drug that has the potential to be addictive. Such types of drugs should only be used according to a doctor’s prescription. Any other type of use is considered an abuse. PSYCHOACTIVE DRUG: A psychoactive drug is a chemical substance that changes brain function and results […]

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