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(SNO) — Saint Lucia recorded its second homicide for 2019 following the shooting of a young man in the city on Monday evening (Jan. 14), according to law enforcement sources. Dead is Hendy Calderon, who was 20 years old. Calderon was shot around 9:20 p.m. on Monday at Water Works Road, Castries. He was transported ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) says it is in search of the sustainable underlying principles and rationale underlining the government’s position regarding two matters involving Venezuela even as Kingston maintains that it had come under no external pressure in adopting its positions. The JCC said it was seeking transparency, openness and forthrightness ...

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(BBC) — MPs are preparing to vote on whether to back Theresa May’s deal for leaving the European Union. The so-called “meaningful vote” will take place later as five days of debate on Brexit come to an end. Mrs May has called for politicians to back her deal or risk “letting the British people down”. ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Seeds taken up to the Moon by China’s Chang’e-4 mission have sprouted, says China National Space Administration. It marks the first time any biological matter has grown on the Moon, and is being seen as a significant step towards long-term space exploration. The Chang’e 4 is the first mission to land on ...

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(BBC) — US President Donald Trump has put on a fast food feast at the White House, blaming the partial government shutdown for the lack of catering staff. He welcomed the winners of the national college football championship, the Clemson Tigers, with more than 300 burgers as well as fries and pizzas. “Because of the ...

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(SKY NEWS) — Three children have died after getting trapped in an unplugged freezer while playing outside, police in Florida have said. According to the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office, the youngsters could not be revived by the time they were found in the garden of a home in Live Oak on Monday. Two of the ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The Gar­dasil vac­cine, one of the two vac­cines used in the pre­ven­tion of the Hu­man Pa­pil­lo­ma Virus (HPV), which is the pri­ma­ry cause of cer­vi­cal can­cer, is on­ly utilised by five to six per cent of T&T’s fe­male pop­u­la­tion at pub­lic health cen­tres and hos­pi­tals. This was wor­ry­ing ac­cord­ing to T&T’s lead ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Of­fi­cials of the Susamachar Pres­by­ter­ian Church have arranged for flu vac­ci­na­tions to giv­en to their con­gre­ga­tion mem­bers to­day. Dis­trict Med­ical Of­fi­cer Dr Clement Rago­b­ar con­firmed that vac­ci­na­tions would be done from 4 pm at the church at Carib Street, San Fer­nan­do. Dr Rago­b­ar said they were hop­ing to do as many as ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Lo­cal rice pro­duc­tion dropped from 21,000 met­ric tonnes in 1992 to just 585 met­ric tonnes last year, a Joint Se­lect Com­mit­tee (JSC) chaired by An­tho­ny Viera heard from Na­tion­al Flour Mills (NFM) chair­man Nigel Ro­mano yes­ter­day. Ro­mano, who gave a break­down of the quan­ti­ty of rice pro­duced in tes­ti­mo­ny be­fore the JSC ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) — The post mortem examination that was done on Cyril Nova Persaud, whose body was fished out of the Lamaha Canal at Durban Backlands on Sunday, determined that he died from brain hemorrhaging as a result of multiple blunt trauma to the head, compounded by compression injuries to the neck. The autopsy also ...

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