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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Glo­ria Nicome, who is liv­ing with an en­larged tu­mour grow­ing on her back, but­tocks, hips and legs that weighs al­most 200 pounds, has been giv­en no­tice by her land­lord to va­cate her Mal­abar apart­ment. While thou­sands of cit­i­zens were busy prepar­ing sump­tu­ous meals and putting the fi­nal touch­es to their homes yes­ter­day ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Contrary to media reports, Barbados Gays and Lesbians Against Discrimination (B-GLAD) said it has no issue with Buju Banton performing in that Caribbean island. “No one is denouncing Buju. I, like many other Caribbean activists and people have moved on and are looking forward to seeing Buju in concert here in Barbados,” ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Five-year-old Joshua Ru­fus can now be just like his favourite su­per­hero Iron Man with his Christ­mas gift of a 3D-print­ed pros­thet­ic hand, which will take the place of his right hand which he lost in a scratch bomb ac­ci­dent three years ago. Joshua was ec­sta­t­ic yes­ter­day when he was fit­ted with the ...

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(CNN) — The US Food and Drug Administration warned on Thursday that the benefits of fluoroquinolone antibiotics do not outweigh the risks — which include aortic aneurysm — for certain patients, according to the latest research. The research is based on reports of patient problems and on studies published between 2015 and 2018. Fluoroquinolone antibiotics ...

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(CMC) – The St. Kitts-Nevis government Monday easily brushed aside a motion of no confidence filed against it by Opposition Leader Dr. Denzil Douglas, who claimed a “grave injustice” had been committed against the people of the twin island Federation. Douglas said that the right of the citizens to “hear their representatives” in the debate ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Scores of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) group representatives from the East Coast of Demerara (ECD) on Sunday matched the energies of their leaders by demonstrating an eagerness to defeat the opposition for the second time in the coming elections. Yesterday afternoon at the Paradise Primary School, stalwarts both young and ...

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(AFP) — Israel’s government decided Monday to hold early elections in April with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu struggling to keep together a one-seat majority in parliament as he also faces potential corruption charges in the months ahead. Despite Netanyahu’s recent legal and political troubles, polls have indicated he would remain prime minister after new elections, ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, lamenting the fact that the island’s first prime minister is receiving a monthly allowance of EC$500 (one EC dollar=US$0.37 cents), says his administration will table legislation early next year to adequately honour people who serve as head of a government in Dominica. “But it is an important thing for ...

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(CMC) — Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo Monday warned the coalition government of doing anything “outside the routine functioning of the state” as he announced plans for an early meeting with President David Granger next year following the successful motion of no confidence against his administration last weekend. “Anything outside the routine functioning of the state ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Annual Prime Minister’s Christmas celebration for children with special needs was held at a different venue this year, much to the delight of students and teachers as they got to experience Government House in a different light. On Monday December 10, 2018, His Excellency Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, Governor General of ...

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