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(SNO) — St. Lucia’s Ambassador to the United States Anton Edmunds has announced that Saint Lucians can now submit applications for visas at the Canadian High Commission in Barbados, in addition to Trinidad and Tobago. In a media release on Sunday, Nov. 4, Edmunds, who also serves as non-resident High Commissioner to Canada, said: “This is ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Donald Trump and Barack Obama have given rousing speeches as the US enters the last day of campaigning before Americans cast their votes in the midterm elections on Tuesday. Speaking at a rally in Macon, Georgia, the president ramped up his hard-line rhetoric on immigration as he issued warnings about the caravan ...

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(SNO) — A 23-year-old Leslie Land, Castries resident is scheduled to appear in court later this month after he was charged for being armed with a machete, according to reliable sources. Raheem Louis was arrested by a City Police officer on Sunday, Nov. 4, around 1:30 p.m. at Constitution Park in Castries, after the cop ...

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(SNO) — Commissioner of Police Severin Moncherry has said he is confident in the abilities of the officers investigating last week’s shooting death of the wife of a senior police officer attached to the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Kimberly De Leon, 42, a government employee and mother of two children, sustained multiple gunshot wounds ...

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(SNO) – A male suspect in the fatal stabbing of his “friend”, Monchy (Gros Islet) resident Delan Evans, on Saturday evening (Nov. 3), is now in police custody, according to law enforcement sources The stabbing occurred during a fight between both men, one of whom was allegedly intoxicated, sources have told St. Lucia News Online. ...

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(BBC) — An adventurer from Grantham has become the first person to swim 1,780-miles around Great Britain. Ross Edgley, 33, was joined by 300 swimmers for the last mile before he arrived in Margate at about 09:00 GMT. Edgley left the Kent town on 1 June, and has not set foot on land since, swimming ...

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(AP) — North Korea has warned it could revive a state policy aimed at strengthening its nuclear arsenal if the United States does not lift economic sanctions against the country. The statement released by the Foreign Ministry on Friday evening said North Korea could bring back its “pyongjin” policy of simultaneously advancing its nuclear force ...

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(BBC) — Bahrain’s opposition leader, Sheikh Ali Salman, has been handed a life sentence after the Court of Appeal found him guilty of spying for Qatar. The ruling comes just months after the Bahraini High Court of First Tier acquitted Salman of the charge of “colluding” with the rival state. Bahrain cut ties with Qatar ...

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(HUFFPOST) — The body of journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have been dissolved in acid after he was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, an adviser to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan told a Turkish newspaper this week. The adviser, Yasin Aktay, said that’s why the body of Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and U.S. resident, ...

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(AP) — Shooters intent on gang-related retaliation opened fire on the wrong house in suburban Las Vegas, killing an innocent 11-year-old girl in the kitchen, police said Friday. A neighbor on his way to work saw the gunfire late Thursday on a quiet residential street and shot with his legally owned handgun at the car ...

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