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Saint Lucia’s External Affairs Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, asserting that domestic violence is a very complex problem, has told reporters here that there is no ‘quick fix’ for it. “It is something that we have been working on for many years – not just here in Saint Lucia but worldwide,” Flood-Beaubrun observed. “The question people always […]

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LONDON, England – The World Medical Association (WMA) has called on the president of Honduras to bring to an immediate end the use of violence against protesters striking against the government’s health and education reforms. The protests, led mostly by doctors and teachers against the privatisation of education and public health services, have resulted in […]
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By Melissa Martin PhD “We have an abundance of rape and violence against women in this country and on this Earth, though it’s almost never treated as a civil rights or human rights issue, or a crisis, or even a pattern. Violence doesn’t have a race, a class, a religion, or a nationality, but it does […]
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NBC News:- At least 52 people were shot and 10 killed in Chicago’s most violent weekend so far this year, leading police Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Monday to declare the uptick a “despicable level of violence.” At a news conference, Johnson described how police were within blocks of some of the shootings — one commander […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Girls from across Trinidad and Tobago showcased their own original technological solutions to gender-based violence and climate change at the Trinidad and Tobago segment of the Caribbean.Girls.Hack competition last Friday, 24 May 2019. The young girls competed for the opportunity to present their tech-based innovative ideas to policymakers during the […]
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Stabroek News:- Nearly 12 years after his last concert here, Jamaican reggae icon and dancehall artiste Buju Banton returned to Guyana with a sold out performance early Sunday morning during which he urged youths to choose harmony and denounce crime. He did not disappoint the over 20,000 fans who came out, amidst overcast skies and the […]

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Barbados Today:- Acts of violence “on par with boys” have replaced wandering as the principal offence for wayward girls here. Registrar of the Supreme Court Barbara Cooke-Alleyne, said girls were now “on par” with boys as it relates to charges for assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. She made the revelations at the opening of […]

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Trinidad Express:– Crime has become so commonplace in the country it is somewhat accepted says Ambassador of the European Union to Trinidad and Tobago Aad Biesebroek. Speaking at the launch of the ‘Life After Today’ initiative at the San Fernando West Secondary School on Tuesday, Biesebroek said more needs to be done to steer youths that […]

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