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(PRENSA LATINA) – Venezuela called on Wednesday for a conception that favors production and questions the speculation that prevails in today”s economy. There is a phenomenon on which we are insisting and that is also contained in the 2015 report from the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States: the growth of the speculative economy ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. mourns the passing of one of its stalwarts, Jeffa Bellase of the Vieux Fort South Football League. She was an unselfish giver who selflessly gave her short life to Vieux Fort and the national community in the field of Football. She breathed and lived a life ...

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(CMC) – Telecommunications company, Digicel, has signed a multi-million dollar information communication technology (ICT) contract with three Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries as part of the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP). The agreement was signed with St Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada and St Lucia. “A lot of what we want to do developmentally in ...

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(CMC) — A new Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) report indicates that between 1999 and 2017, 79 per cent of prisoners in Haiti were detained without being sentenced, which, according to the report, is above the Latin American and Caribbean region’s average of 44 per cent for the same period. Haiti heads the list of 24 ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The WINDIES faced a toiling day in the field in sweltering conditions, after India CAPTAIN Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat first, in the first match of the Paytm Test Series in Rajkot. The WINDIES were dealt a blow before a ball was bowled, when Captain Jason Holder still ...

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(BBC) – A man suspected of shooting seven US police officers during a stand-off on Wednesday has been identified as a disabled military veteran. Frederick Hopkins is alleged to have killed one police officer and injured six more in Florence, South Carolina. The 74-year-old was injured during the Vietnam War and was also a disbarred ...

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(BBC) – Video streaming service Netflix is the world’s most data-hungry application, consuming 15% of global net traffic, according to research from bandwidth management company Sandvine. Video in general accounts for more than half of net traffic, it suggests. Other media streaming such as embedded video on websites accounts for 13.1%, YouTube, 11.4% and web ...

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(CMC) – The former United States President, Bill Clinton, Wednesday urged the ?Caribbean to continue to expand efforts to rejuvenate the regional tourist industry and guide the countries towards a stronger and more sustainable future. “I don’t have to tell you the critical role travel and tourism plays in the Caribbean the sector accounts for ...

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(BBC) — France’s most-wanted fugitive Rédoine Faïd was tracked down by police through phone-taps and was discovered using a burqa as a disguise, prosecutors say. Faïd, 46, was detained on Wednesday in the town where he grew up north of Paris. Six others are being held. He broke out of jail on 1 July, escaping ...

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(SKY NEWS) — A man has been arrested after packages suspected to contain the poison ricin were sent to the Pentagon and President Trump. William Clyde Allen III, 39 and from Logan in Utah, has been detained. The FBI said it was investigating “potentially hazardous chemicals” in Logan, which is 66 miles (106km) north of ...

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