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Press Release:-  The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday January 19th at its new rented headquarters in the Valmonte building at Barnard Hill, Castries. The meeting which began at 10:15 was attended by more than forty (40) members, a marked improvement in attendance of previous AGM’s. A […]

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El Universal/La Prensa de Monclova:–  The death of a 15-year-old girl in Monclova, Coahuila, has been attributed to Rapunzel syndrome, an extremely rare disorder characterized by compulsive hair-eating. At the time of her death, Katia Jatziri’s stomach contained more than a kilo and a half of her own hair. The girl’s mother had taken her […]

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Antigua Observer:-  Antigua and Barbuda’s controversial citizen by investment, Mehul Choksi, has surrendered his native Indian passport, in what is being described by Indian news outlet NDTV as a move to avoid extradition. According to the news outlet, Choksi, a wanted fugitive in his native country, has given up his Indian citizenship and listed his new […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, is reporting a good response to an appeal by his office for donations to victims of the Rose Hill fire on New Year’s day. Francis says he is very pleased with the donations and contributions made to his office by members of the public and some corporate entities for the victims. […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The United Kingdom has reportedly granted humanitarian protection to the alleged gay friend of Trinidad and Tobago’s chief justice Ivor Archie, Dillian Johnson, allowing him to seek refuge in Britain. Johnson fled Trinidad and Tobago in December 2017 following a shooting […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Avianca Airlines of Colombia, which reached an agreement with United Airlines and COPA Airlines in November of 2018, is now looking to use this strategic and commercial partnership to bring new service and innovation for passengers traveling between the United States, Guyana and Suriname. It […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com GENEVA, Switzerland — The Venezuelan government has initiated the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) dispute settlement mechanisms against neighbouring Colombia over restrictions Colombia has placed on liquid fuel from Venezuela. Venezuela claims the measures concerning liquid fuel distribution and licensing, surcharges on products, market access and product […]

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