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When two gun-toting bandits attacked a community shop in Ciceron on Tuesday, they assured their victims that they did not come to kill anyone, the owner of the business says. Susanna Hippolyte-Anatole who owns Suzie’s One Stop Grocery Shop, says the incident occurred about 3.00 pm. Interviewed by HTS Evening News, she recalled that her […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Two men are patients at the Georgetown Public Hospital after they were beaten and had their limb and finger chopped off by two bandits on Friday last at Lago’s Apartment, Apaiqua Landing, Mazaruni River. Police Headquarters in a statement revealed that Tameshwar Sukram, a 31-year-old gold miner of Enterprise Squatting Area, […]

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Consultant Psychiatrist Dr. Julius Gilliard believes there should be mandatory mental health support for relatives of suicide victims. “They need to go through it so that they are assisted in a more  healthy manner,” Gilliard said Wednesday night. He made the comments during the DBS Television programme – Newsmaker Live. Saint Lucia has recorded seven […]

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By Kenneth Garger (NEW YORK POST) — Ghislaine Maxwell will likely kill herself or “be silenced” in jail, a victim lawyer has reportedly predicted — a year after he correctly forecast Jeffrey Epstein’s early death behind bars. “I don’t think she is going to get out of jail alive,” Spencer Kuvin, an attorney for several […]

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) has warned accident victims that death could be the consequence of refusing medical treatment. Deputy Fire Chief Gorge Victorin told MBC Prime that there have been instances where accident victims not only decline to be treated on the scene by trained emergency personnel, but also refuse transportation to a […]

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On his return to TALK, at the end of his COVID-19 break, the host Rick Wayne was typically provocative. A walking encyclopedia of all things political on the Rock of Sages, he started with what he deemed “a prayer.” Yes, your eyes have not deceived you. But what a prayer! ‘Pity the Nation’—the poem by […]

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The grieving mother of the island’s latest young male taken away by the epidemic of gun violence is pleading for answers from law enforcement officials. Loved ones claim they have yet to be notified by police since the tragic death and feel victimized twice over by the lack of information.
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(CNN) — New York City officials say that Hart Island, which for decades has been used as the final resting place for people who died unclaimed, will also be used for unclaimed coronavirus victims. Mayor Bill de Blasio responded Friday to concerns that mass burials would be necessary because of the high number of bodies ...

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(Reuters) – Ecuador’s government has begun storing the bodies of victims of the coronavirus in giant refrigerated containers as hundreds of deaths in the city of Guayaquil, the centre of the country’s outbreak, have already filled morgues and hospitals. Ecuador has confirmed 318 deaths from the virus, one of the highest tallies in Latin America. ...

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