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(BBC) — An eight-year-old boy from Guatemala has died in US government custody, immigration authorities say. It is the second time this month an immigrant child has died while being detained after crossing the US-Mexico border. The previous instance saw a seven-year-old girl, also from Guatemala, die hours after being taken into custody. US officials ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Tommy Lee Sparta’s legal team is gearing up to sue the Government in order to recover money they said the entertainer lost as a result of him being arrested and charged with lottery scamming. “It is our intention to file action against the Attorney General’s Department with regard to numerous retainers given to ...

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(SNO) — Economic Minister, Guy Joseph, believes that Saint Lucia has the potential to attract regional businesses and the George F.L. Charles Airport, located in Castries, has an integral role to play in achieving that goal. Speaking on Radio 100’s ‘Drive By’ with Russell Lake, Joseph said the government’s plans for both Castries and Vieux Fort ...

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(STABROEK NEWS) — A new political party helmed by former Speaker of the National Assembly Ralph Ramkarran, political consultant Dr Henry Jeffrey, attorney Timothy Jonas, and businessman Terrence Campbell will be launched in the coming days with constitutional reform for inclusive governance the cornerstone of its platform. The shock passage of a no-confidence motion against ...

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(SNO) — After a 10-year haitus, American Airlines has re-introduced two flights per day into Saint Lucia. The captain and crew of the airline were welcomed recently by officials including tourism minister, Dominic Fedee, who said the additional flights will boost the island’s tourism product. “I think it’s a big day for the tourism industry ...

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(SNO) — At least four individuals sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle accident in Thomazo, Dennery on Tuesday, Christmas Day, according to the St. Lucia Fire Service. Most of the victims were on a Toyota Hiace and Suzuki Vitara that both collided, causing two other vehicles to get involved in the accident, officials said. Two persons ...

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(SNO) — The Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority (SLSWMA) is appealing to Saint Lucians to keep their communities clean since poorly managed waste poses a health threat to everyone. On Wednesday, December 19 and Thursday, December 20, the Authority undertook major cleaning activities on the island in its drive to create a cleaner environment. “Some ...

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(SNO) — The Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority (SLSWMA) is appealing to Saint Lucians to keep their communities clean since poorly managed waste poses a health threat to everyone. On Wednesday, December 19 and Thursday, December 20, the Authority undertook major cleaning activities on the island in its drive to create a cleaner environment. “Some ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — President David Granger has called on the nation to accept that differences exist and that there is no need for hostility and hate. “Guyanese, despite the divisions of the past and the difficulties of the present should accept that differences would sometimes exist, but they need not be hostile or hateful,” the ...

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(SNO) – A man is nursing a gunshot wound following a shooting incident in Mongouge, Choiseul on Tuesday, Dec. 25, according to emergency and law enforcement officials. The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Mongouge resident, Brian Felix. He was shot in the foot around 7 a.m. and transported by ambulance to hospital in stable ...

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