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(PRESS RELEASE) – Massy Stores joined forces with the Common Wealth Youth Peace Ambassadors (CYPAN) to celebrate “World food day with the staff and students of the Marchand Combined School, by providing breakfast to that educational institution. This year’s theme for World Food day is Zero Hunger and CYPAN chose to celebrate the day with ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – In the case of Japhet Bennett v The Queen, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today overturned the conviction of Mr. Japhet Bennett. Mr. Bennett had been found guilty of the 2009 murder of Mr. Ellis Meighan Sr. in Belize City and was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2013. During the trial, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed a claim by Titan International Securities Inc (Titan) for USD$4,460,000 in losses as a result of a search and seizure operation conducted at its offices in September 2014. The Court did, however, order the Government of Belize (GOB) to pay Titan vindicatory damages of ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) – The praise and worship session at the St Paul’s United Church in Montego Bay, St James, came to an abrupt end on Sunday morning when one of the veteran church members collapsed and died. At about 10 a.m. Alston Wallace, the church’s popular caretaker/musician, had just completed a segment of praise and ...

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(CNN) – Abortion will be legalized in Queensland, after lawmakers in the Australian state overturned 19th-century legislation banning the procedure. The Legislative Assembly voted 50-41 to make termination available on request up to the 22nd week of pregnancy. The bill also creates “safe access zones” of 150 meters around abortion clinics to protect women from ...

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(CNN) – A series of allegations of sexual harassment and assault has prompted the resignation of an Indian government minister, the most prominent public figure named in the country’s own #MeToo movement. Facing allegations of groping, assault and harassment from former female colleagues, MJ Akbar, junior minister for foreign affairs, said he had decided to ...

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(CMC) – A prominent criminal attorney is calling on the Grenada government to take immediate legal steps to accommodate Canadian visitors who need to use marijuana for medicinal purposes despite the island’s law prohibiting the use of the drug. Attorney, Anselm Clouden, a vocal advocate for the decriminalisation of marijuana over the years for both ...

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(THE SUN) – A mom is offering one of the UK’s first sex doll rental services and offers to make bespoke dolls for those seeking comfort after losing a partner by matching their likeness. Jade Stanley, 35, says business is booming and now offers the first ever rental service for those looking for comfort after ...

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(TELESUR ENGLISH) – International financial transactions using foreign currency were reportedly blocked, agroindustrial and pharmaceutical sectors said. Venezuela is replacing the dollar with the euro or yuan in its international business endeavors, Bolivarian Minister of Industries and National Production, Tareck El Aissami said Tuesday. The newest round of sanctions imposed by the United States against ...

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(FOX NEWS) – Smithfield Foods has reportedly disposed of 50,000 pounds of product after an employee allegedly relieved himself while working on the production line. The company says the male employee has since been suspended pending an investigation. Surveillance video on the incident, which happened over the weekend, was shared with 10 On Your Side ...

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