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(BBC) — The restrictions being placed on Huawei’s access to the Android operating system will cast a long shadow over Tuesday’s launch of the Chinese company’s latest handsets. The firm has invited press from across the globe to London to witness the unveiling of its Honor 20 Series smartphones. The BBC understands the devices will ...

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(CMC) — Prime Minister Gaston Browne says Barbados has agreed to sell almost all of its shares in the cash strapped regional airline, LIAT, to Antigua and Barbuda. Browne speaking on his private radio station, said that he had received communication from his Barbados counterpart Mia Mottley, indicating that Bridgetown was willing to sell all ...

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(NEWSDAY) — One of the Venezuelans arrested in Point Fortin over the weekend has been identified as the leader of a notorious gang in Tucupita. He is also wanted by the Venezuelan authorities for murders, drug trafficking, kidnappings and other offences. Nicknamed “El Culón,” the man is believed to have assumed control of the Evander ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he has no pity for escaped prisoners, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley, who released a video at the weekend claiming their innocence. And he warned persons aiding and abetting the fugitives that they were also breaking the law. In a CNC3 television interview on Monday, Griffith ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — In his bid to escape after raping a coconut vendor last week, a Mayaro man hopped onto a fisherman’s boat and headed out to sea. Police said the suspect frequents the beach selling items on a daily basis, but he has not been seen since the attack. The man does not have ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Tobago Divisional officers destroyed what they say was $500,000 in marijuana during an eradication exercise in the Mt. St. George area. The weed was uprooted and burned in a raid supervised by Sgt. Stewart of the Tobago Division. Officers attached to both the Crown Point Police Station and Tobago Division Task Force, ...

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua — Britney Cooper has been named as the replacement for Deandra Dottin for the West indies women’s tour of Ireland and England. Deandra suffered damage to her right shoulder and will require corrective surgery, ruling her out of competition for the upcoming months. Deandra’s recent destructive form has seen her rise to ...

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(BBC) — US President Donald Trump has outlined his “strongly pro-life” views on abortion amid controversy over strict new laws passed in several states. Mr Trump said he was against abortion except in cases of rape, incest or a “serious health risk” to the mother. His stance on what is a divisive election issue in ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Guyana’s Interception of Communications Act was Wednesday amended to pave the way for call centres to legally record calls with customers, Minister of Public Telecommunications Cathy Hughes told the National Assembly. In piloting amendments to the 2008 Act, Hughes said the law currently does not take into account advances in telecommunications technology. ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — The Guyana LGBTQ+ Coalition on Friday officially launched the Guyana Pride Festival 2019 at the Secretariat of the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD). Joel Simpson, of SASOD, said persons should come for Guyana Carnival and Stay for Pride 2019. The Pride Festival will run from May 28 to June 3, ...

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