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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A 17 year old boy learning to drive and his driving instructor were shot in the head in Cocorite on Wednesday. The victims have been identified as Stephen Gonzales, 17, of Alyce Glen, Petit Valley, and Narace Harrilal. They are in hospital in critical condition. Police suspect that the two were hit ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – St Vincent and the Grenadines, continues to struggle under the ever rising crime crisis while Dr. Ralph Gonsalves and the ULP remain willfully blind and indifferent. The recent incidents in which a policeman in uniform was robbed at gunpoint, close to a police station in Stubbs, and the robbery of the Minister ...

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(SNO) – Just weeks away from his 19th birthday, Saint Lucian goalkeeper Vino Barclett has joined Trinidad and Tobago Pro League outfit Morvant Caledonia United from Barbados Soccer Academy in Barbados. Barclett is best known as having guided Saint Lucia to the first beach soccer gold medal in the history of the Commonwealth Youth Games ...

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(SKY NEWS) – A passenger was removed from an Indian aircraft after trying to enter the cockpit to charge his phone. The man, who was drunk according to some reports, attempted to enter the cockpit on 24 September as it prepared to leave Mumbai for Kolkata. He was thrown off the flight “on the grounds ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Office of the Mayor will in the coming days assist in bridging the gap between the end of a child’s school day and the end of a parent’s workday when it launches its first ever after-school programme. The programme, dubbed PASS, Partners for After School Success, will offer free lessons in ...

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(SKY NEWS) – Disgraced actor Bill Cosby’s star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame will not be removed despite him being jailed for sexual assault, the organisation in charge of the LA tourist attraction has confirmed. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said that while it is “regrettable” when celebrities’ personal lives do not live up ...

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(CNN) – Congenital syphilis cases — when a mother passes syphilis onto her baby during pregnancy or delivery — have more than doubled in the United States since 2013, according to an report released Tuesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Eight out of 10 pregnant women who have untreated syphilis will ...

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(CNN) – Stunning images of Super Typhoon Trami, the fifth storm of this magnitude in the western Pacific this year, have been captured by an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS). European astronaut Alexander Gerst posted the photos on Twitter, nothing that it looked “as if somebody pulled the planet’s gigantic plug.” “Staring down ...

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(CNN) – A third person has been diagnosed with monkeypox in England, Public Health England have confirmed. The latest case is a health care worker who had cared for a patient at Blackpool Victoria Hospital in the north of England before they had been diagnosed. Earlier this month, two people were reported to have been ...

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(CNN) – The first man to be prosecuted under France’s new catcalling law has been given a €300 fine for sexually assaulting a woman on a bus near Paris. The man, who was not identified, slapped the woman’s bottom and made lewd remarks about her during rush hour on the bus in the suburb of ...

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