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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – The Federal Republic of Germany contributed €1 million (US$1.1 million) to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), supporting emergency food assistance to more than 16.000 families severely affected by the drought in the Dry Corridor of Honduras. Most of these families are subsistence farmers and daily wage labourers, who have lost […]
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WASHINGTON, USA — Argentina will develop satellite technology to increase the effectiveness of public policies for managing disaster risk and enhancing productivity with a $60 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The program’s general objective is to help increase the effectiveness of public policies for managing disaster risk, enhancing productivity, and improving the […]
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By J. K. Roberts The working people of Grenada, especially the lower-class, should vigorously challenge, reject and protest the outrageous and unconscionable intent of the government to increase, as of September 2019, the contribution-payment to the National Insurance Scheme (NIS).  The increase is from nine percent to eleven percent of salaried income, to be shared […]
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Dear Sir: Something is not right about the account presented by Dominic Fedee on the Virgin Atlantic matter. That’s just not what you expect of Virgin Atlantic, and the explanation given does not seem like the whole story. Firstly, Fedee said demand for Saint Lucia is strong in the UK market, only second to Barbados. […]
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Dear Sir: It was amazing to read the interview in today’s Sunday Guardian wherein the member of parliament for Laventille West Fitzgerald Hinds is quoted as saying to the people of Laventille to “Fix Your Mind & Stop Making Excuses.” This is an insult of the highest order and is an admission of the absolute […]
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Dear Sir: In the words of the Beatles’ song A Day in the Life: “I read the news today, oh boy…” North Korea shoots off more missiles, ships are seized in the Strait of Hormuz, countries worldwide are facing political chaos, and immigration crises abound as people flee intolerable conditions in their homelands, all brought […]
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Dear Sir: The Dark Ages: Europe is a nation of plunder. This nation watches what you have and comes and takes it, with or without your permission. The so-called dark ages testify to this. Norsemen, Vandals, Vikings, the invasion of coasts, the burning of villages, the sacking of towns. They plunder what you have, take […]
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By Jean H Charles Civilization as we know it, may have been started some 4,000 years ago with the call by God to Abraham to leave his homeland, the Mesopotamia (Iraq, already the most enlightened nation in the universe than, with the practice of the Code of Hammurabi strangely resembling the Ten Commandments given by […]
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