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(PRESS RELEASE) – Members of the public will soon be able to report unlawful activities and make general inquiries when the City Police Department launches its three-digit toll-free emergency phone line next month. His Worship, Mayor Peterson D. Francis says the new service will permit City Police officers to speedily respond to any incidents taking ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Vieux Fort North Parliamentary Office held another successful Nobel Laureate Week activity on Saturday, January 26. Students of all four primary schools in the constituency participated in the first ever Schools’ Poetry Contest. Students were challenged to write poems about their communities in Vieux Fort North and were awarded monetary prizes ...

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 4, CMC – The Antigua and Barbuda government has warned motorists that they would be charged if they are found to be eating and using a cell phone while driving. Attorney General Steadroy Benjamin told Parliament that the amendment to the Vehicles and Road Traffic Act will also allow for the ...

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NASSAU, Bahamas, Feb 4, CMC – The Bahamas government has condemned a video circulating on social media disputing allegations that the country is not safe for visitors. “The assertions made that Nassau is the most dangerous destination is refuted emphatically. We take the issue of visitor safety very seriously,” the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation ...

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(CNA) — Award-winning Taiwanese novelist William Lien has always had an eye for overseas adventure, performing his military service by teaching Chinese in the Philippines and working odd jobs in Canada and Hawaii after that. So when he saw an offer online a few years ago to volunteer in St. Lucia, a diplomatic ally of ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — In the Caribbean region, cancer is the second leading cause of death. However, a significant number of cancer deaths can largely be reduced and prevented through many strategies, including primary prevention, early detection, management, and treatment of patients with cancer. “Nearly one-half of cancers are preventable or treatable if detected early. Cervical ...

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(BBC) — Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has said he cannot rule out the possibility of civil war as pressure mounts on him to stand down. In a TV interview, he warned that US President Donald Trump would leave the White House “stained with blood” if he intervened in the crisis. He also defiantly rejected the ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A po­lice cor­po­ral has been robbed of his of­fi­cial po­lice iden­ti­fi­ca­tion card, Nis­san X-trail ve­hi­cle val­ued $75,000, $500 in cash, and oth­er im­por­tant doc­u­ments at Matu­ra. Po­lice re­port­ed that around 1:10 am on Sun­day, 45-year-old Cpl Nyvile Fran­cis and Clif­ford Su­perville, 50, of To­co, were head­ing north along the To­co Main Road ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Move­ment for So­cial Jus­tice (MSJ) leader David Ab­du­lah says Venezue­lan na­tion­als can­not de­ter­mine what T&T’s for­eign pol­i­cy should be. He was com­ment­ing on calls by Venezue­lans in this coun­try for Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley to sup­port their coun­try’s op­po­si­tion leader Juan Guai­do as the in­ter­im pres­i­dent of Venezuela. A group of ...

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(BBC) — A 21-year-old Nepali woman died of suffocation in a windowless “menstruation hut” after she lit a fire to keep warm, say police. Parwati Bogati was found when her mother-in-law went to check on her. “She was excited about the next day as her menstruation would end. Poor child closed her eyes forever,” Laxmi ...

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