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(CNN) — UPDATE: Recovering the wreckage of a helicopter that crashed, killing a newlywed couple and their pilot Saturday, “is going to be difficult” because of the rough Texas terrain, authorities said. Will Byler and Bailee Ackerman Byler, who married Saturday evening at the Byler family ranch in Uvalde, had just exchanged vows and were ...

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(MIAMI HERALD) — After Arizona police say a murder-suicide rocked the town of Litchfield on Saturday, neighbor Danny Dillon looked on in shock. “We stood outside and we prayed,” Dillon said, according to AZFamily. “It’s just hard. You can’t get your mind around it, you just can’t.” On Saturday afternoon, an 11-year-old boy shot and ...

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(CMC) – In an unusually very high voter-turnout in midterm elections in the United States that observers say illustrates strong opposition to President Donald J. Trump, a number of Caribbean Democratic candidates in New York romped to victory Tuesday night with overwhelming majorities. Uninterrupted rain throughout Tuesday and problems with the voting machines did not ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The CCSS Alumni invites ALL present and past students to an urgent meeting to be held on Saturday, 10th November 2018 at the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School Auditorium. The aim of the meeting is to discuss the planned moved by the government of relocating the school. We can’t allow our legacy to ...

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(SNO) — Three Saint Lucians including the country’s first female Governor-General Dame Pearlette Louisy were among 10 “distinguished” members of the Caribbean community who were conferred with the prestigious UWI Pelican Awards recently, according to a release from the University of the West Indies (UWI) . Louisy, who served as governor general from 1997 to 2017, ...

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(SNO) — The man who reportedly killed his friend during a fight in Monchy over the weekend has been formally charged. Jason Charles, 33, of Monchy, Gros Islet was charged on Tuesday, Nov. 6 for murdering his intoxicated friend, Delan Evans, of Ravine Ma-Cock, Monchy on Saturday, Nov. 3, according to reliable sources. Charles, who was ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia police have removed another illegal firearm off the country’s streets. Jermeel Pierre, 34, of Cas En Bas, Gros Islet has been charged for the illegal possession of a .45 Taurus pistol and nine live rounds of ammunition, law enforcement sources have told St. Lucia News Online. Reports are that on Monday, ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados Workers Union (BWU) says the state-owned Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has announced plans to send home more than half of its 230-strong workforce while also agreeing to a proposal by the employees’ bargaining agent for voluntary separation. BWU special advisor and former general secretary, Sir Roy Trotman, speaking to reporters following ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Danielle Year­wood was al­most nine months preg­nant when she, her un­born son and the child’s fa­ther were mur­dered in Waller­field on Mon­day af­ter­noon. Year­wood, 19, and hus­band Ri­car­do “Mamoo” Daloo left their home at La Pla­ta Gar­dens, Va­len­cia, ear­li­er that day so she could un­der­go her fi­nal ul­tra­sound when they were at­tacked ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica-based Sandals Resorts International (SRI) says it has suspended work on its fourth hotel in St. Lucia after having already invested in excess of six million US dollars in design and site preparation. In a brief statement, the hotel chain said that it had decided to take the action pending the outcome ...

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