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Loop News:–  Caribbean airline LIAT will continue to fly across the region, despite its current financial difficulties. The assurance comes from LIAT’s Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones in response to news that the company is in need of a US $5 million cash injection to stay afloat. Acknowledging the airline’s challenging financial situation, Reifer-Jones said LIAT […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — A Caribbean Community (CARICOM) delegation will meet with the United States Secretary of State, Michael R Pompeo on Wednesday for talks aimed at reaching a settlement on the ongoing economic and political situation in Venezuela, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has said. Rowley, who attended the 30th CARICOM Inter-sessional […]

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(NEW YORK POST) — Instead of telling babies to say “cheese” for the camera, people on Twitter are now literally throwing slices of cheddar at them. The quirky Twitter trend, which has been called the “cheesed challenge,” was started by user @unclehxlmes on Thursday. He uploaded a video of himself approaching his toddler brother while ...

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(CNN) — An 11-year-old girl is facing a first-degree child abuse charge after she assaulted a 1-year-old boy she was babysitting in Maryland, leaving him with injuries so severe, he died days later, police said. Authorities arrested the girl after Paxton Davis died Thursday following an assault that left him with multiple injuries in his ...

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NBC News:–  Two officers involved in the fatal shooting of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, last year will not be charged, the district attorney announced Saturday. The shooting of Clark, 22, in his grandmother’s backyard on March 18, 2018, sparked protests. The two officers said they believed Clark had a gun and was in a shooting […]

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(BBC) — Fears over chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-fed beef are “myths”, according to the US ambassador to the UK. In the Daily Telegraph, Woody Johnson urged the UK to embrace US farming methods after Washington published its objectives for a UK-US trade deal. EU rules currently limit US exports of certain food products, including chicken ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — On Tuesday evening, February 26, new bookstore 758 Saint Lucia Books, Café Littéraire, at the Gablewoods Mall, Sunny Acres was the venue for a well-attended and successful book launch of Saint Lucian Writers and Writing: an author index of published Saint Lucian books, compiled and edited by Saint Lucian author and librarian ...

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