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Sky News:–  Kim Jong Un wants Pope Francis to visit his country and believes he would be welcomed “enthusiastically”, according to South Korean officials. The North Korean leader is said to have expressed his desire for the pontiff to make the trip to Pyongyang during his latest summit with South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in last month. […]

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BBC:-  A rare white tiger has mauled a zookeeper to death in its enclosure at a zoo in Japan, officials say. Akira Furusho, 40, was found bleeding from the neck in the tiger’s cage at the zoo in the southern city of Kagoshima. He was taken to hospital and pronounced dead. The male tiger, named Riku, […]

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CMC – The World Bank says even as the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean countries (LAC) are growing again after a number of difficult years, the “fragile recovery” highlights the need to increase efforts to build resilience and manage risks. In its latest regional semi-annual report titled, “From Known Unknowns to Black Swans: […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  THE police say the caretaker of the Church Of God of Prophecy on Old Harbour Road in Spanish Town, St Catherine, has been held in connection with last month’s murder of pastor James Johnson. His apprehension comes weeks after the police have been trying to have a sit-down with him following the brutal killing […]

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Acting Police Commissioner, Milton Desir, has said that he is very happy that no one was injured during an incident in Dennery on Sunday morning, which was recorded and went viral on social media. During the incident, police arrested a young man in front of an irate crowd of onlookers. The individual, identified as Kennis […]

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(BBC) — Police in Mexico are investigating a couple arrested for transporting body parts in a pram in connection with at least 10 murders. At a hearing following his arrest, the man reportedly confessed to killing 20 women in a suburb of Mexico City. Investigators have found body parts in the couple’s flat and at ...

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