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AFP:-  An iconic swimming pool picture painted by British legend David Hockney sold for $90.3 million in New York on Thursday, setting a new auction record for a living artist, Christie’s said. “Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)” was snapped up after more than nine minutes of bidding, dominated by two rival telephone […]

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London (CNN)A tourist is suing British Airways, claiming he suffered injury and loss of earnings from having to sit next to an obese passenger on a 12-hour flight. Stephen Prosser, 51, from Penygraig, South Wales, told Pontypridd County Court on Friday that British Airways cabin crew ignored his warnings he would be injured if he […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Caribbean Air­lines lost more than a quar­ter of a bil­lion dol­lars fly­ing the Lon­don route be­tween June 2012 and Jan­u­ary 2016, ac­cord­ing to Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley. Row­ley was speak­ing in the Par­lia­ment on Wednes­day on a mo­tion to vest the as­sets of Petrotrin in­to three com­pa­nies which will com­prise the re­struc­tured en­ti­ty. […]

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CMC:-  ROSEAU–Friday began a national consultation on the decriminalisation of marijuana with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit urging stakeholders to come up with feasible ideas that would facilitate his government’s final position on the issue. “What you express here today would be recorded and will be analysed and a report will come out of those discussions […]

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NBCDFW:-  Investigators say a 2-year-old East Texas boy has died after accidentally shooting himself with a pistol he apparently found while visiting relatives. Cherokee County Sheriff James Campbell said foul play was not suspected in Thursday night’s shooting at a house near Rusk. Campbell said the victim, whose name wasn’t immediately released, and his 1-year-old […]

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(SNO) — Prime Minister, Allen Chastanent, has said that his government is moving to rectify the long-running St. Jude Hospital issue. Addressing the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce this week he said the designs and the engineering drawings for the project have been completed and funding has been secured for the proposed new wing. “We ...

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Press Release:-  The Government of Saint Lucia is embarking on a Health System Strengthening Project to improve the accessibility, efficiency and responsiveness of key health services. The project has four components. Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, and External Affairs, Hon. Allen Chastanet, explained to the House of Assembly that each component […]

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Mexico News:-  A 36-year-old woman from the United States is in a medically-induced coma in El Paso, Texas, more than two weeks after nose job surgery in Ciudad Juárez went wrong. Laura Ávila, a real-estate agent from Dallas, Texas, went to a plastic surgery clinic in the Chihuahua border city on October 30 to have the […]

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The chair of the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) has underscored the necessity of unity if the small islands that comprise the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are to develop. Sandra Husbands, minister in the ministry of foreign trade of Barbados, urged delegates at the two-day meeting in Guyana to make CARICOM […]

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By Stephen A Cooper LOS ANGELES, USA — Sister Carol, respectfully and affectionately known as the “Black Cinderella” and “Mother Culture,” is both a pioneer and pillar of reggae music. The last of three female reggae artists to ever be nominated for a Grammy award, Sister Carol is one of the most highly accomplished, glass […]

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