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(SNO) — Saint Lucians have been urged to reduce waste by utilizing reusable items as efforts continue to keep the island clean. The advice came from Glen Lake, officer with responsibility for corporate communications and public relations with the JICA Saint Lucia Office, following a major cleaning activity recently. He pointed out that Saint Lucians ...

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(SNO) — The Saint Lucia Squash Association will be marking the occasion of the nation’s 40th Anniversary of Independence with the staging of the Independence Squash Tournament on Sunday, February 17, 2019 at the Saint Lucia Yacht Club (SLYC). This team-based tournament has long been a signature event for the local squash fraternity, with players ...

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(SNO) — Reigning GPAC and Hauff Mid-America Sports Indoor Track Athlete of the Week, Allana Paul, continued her strong start to her first-ever indoor track and field season, with two podium finishes at the Dennis Young Classic last weekend. Paul was fresh off two first-place finishes and a second-place run at the Chelsey M. Henkenius ...

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(Consumer Reports) –Fruit juice’s health halo has slipped in recent years, mainly because it packs a lot of sugar and calories. But there’s another, lesser-known health risk with these juices: They may also contain potentially harmful levels of arsenic, cadmium, and lead, according to new tests from Consumer Reports. CR tested 45 popular fruit juices ...

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(SNO) — As the political crisis in Venezuela continues unabated, Saint Lucia has stated that only Venezuelans should determine their future through new elections. Speaking to reporters outside parliament on Tuesday, Minister responsible for External Affairs, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, stressed the importance of new elections in the Spanish-speaking South American country. “There is an issue in Venezuela ...

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(CNN) — Venezuelan army defectors are calling on the Trump administration to arm them, in what they call their quest for “freedom.” Former soldiers Carlos Guillen Martinez and Josue Hidalgo Azuaje, who live outside the country, told CNN they want US military assistance to equip others inside the beleaguered nation. They claim to be in ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) — A woman was stabbed about her body on Tuesday morning by her ex-husband whom she had been separated from for a number of months. The woman, who has been identified as Unika Stewart, 24, of Cow Pen Street, Bagotstown is currently fighting for her life at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). ...

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(BBC) — The US will shiver this week in a once-in-a-generation deep freeze, forecasters warn. The most extreme arctic blasts, caused by a spinning pool of cold air known as the polar vortex, could bring temperatures as low as -53C (-64F). Weather officials in the state of Iowa have warned people to “avoid taking deep ...

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(BBC) — A Toronto landscaper accused of killing eight men who went missing between 2010-17 has pleaded guilty to their murders. Bruce McArthur, 67, was arrested last January and charged in the deaths of two men, and police subsequently charged him in six other cases. Most of his victims had links to Toronto’s Gay Village ...

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(AFP) — The United States said Tuesday that it has handed control of Venezuela’s bank accounts in the United States to Juan Guaido, the opposition leader whom Washington has recognised as interim president. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed off on the order last week for Guaido to control holdings in the Federal Reserve Bank ...

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