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Stabroek News:-  This story is developing and will be updated. The vote of former APNU+AFC MP Charrandass Persaud which brought down the government in a vote of no-confidence on December 21  is valid, Chief Justice Roxane George ruled this afternoon. Persaud’s vote had been challenged by citizen Compton Reid. It was one of several planks seeking […]

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BBC:– Two police officers have been found guilty of raping a 39-year-old Canadian woman at a renowned Paris police headquarters in 2014. They were both jailed for seven years by a Paris court, three years after the case was thrown out in another trial. Emily Spanton waived her right to anonymity to pursue the case. […]

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A senior official has criticised the reaction of the authorities to recent reports of students with guns. In one of the incidents, a photo of two young males in school uniform toting what police said appeared to be real guns, was posted on social media. In another incident at the Corinth Secondary school, it was […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility collaborated with Carnival Fascination on Thursday, January 24, 2019, to assist with maintenance and beautification works at the Holy Family Children’s’ home in Ciceron. Last year, the Carnival Corporation announced a series of community projects geared towards supporting […]

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(BBC) — At least eight people have died in the US Midwest as the region shivers in the grip of its worst cold snap in decades. An Iowa student found dead outside a college building is among victims of the deadly freeze. Hospitals have been treating patients reporting frostbite as life across a swathe of ...

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(CNN) — The current measles outbreak in Washington state has tallied the highest number of infections since 1996, an official said Wednesday. The 37 cases there include 36 in Clark County, across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and one case in King County, which includes Seattle; one case in Oregon is linked to the ...

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Saint Lucia is on target with projects identified in programme areas with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), the Ministry of Health has reported. PAHO hosted its biennial meeting recently at the Coco Palm Resorts, providing health officials with the opportunity to assess their degree of progress in the delivery of products and services for 2019. PAHO/WHO […]

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By G.A. Dwyer Astaphan The St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment (CBI) programme has been one of the best known and most successful of its kind. Through it, a citizen of almost every country in the world who makes one of basically two specified investments, and passes due diligence, can become a citizen of […]

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By Adrian Loveridge Recently seeing an image of one of the late Sir Freddie Laker’s B707s, registration number G-AVZZ, painted in Caribbean Airways livery, took me back several decades to when we conceived and operated one of our largest groups at that time to Barbados. We had approached a Swedish-owned, high end caravan company that […]

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Dear Sir: Akilah Holder has chosen to resurrect in your January 28th edition an article she wrote ten years ago. I wonder what motivates her to go on the warpath again, ten years later. Nature has created various divergent forms of sexuality. Some are physical forms, such as hermaphroditism, and many more individuals than has […]

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