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(NEW YORK POST) — The remains of a missing Native American woman in Washington state have been discovered in a freezer — and her death has been classified as a homicide, according to a new report. Rosenda Strong, a 31-year-old mother of four, had been staying at her sister Cissy Reyes’ Wapato home back on ...

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(AFP) — Canada introduced new consumer protection rules Monday for airline passengers traveling to or from the country, offering up to Can$2,400 (1,634 euros) in compensation for people who miss flights because airlines have overbooked. “We have created a world-leading approach to air passenger rights that is clear, consistent, transparent and fair,” said Transport Minister ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — It’s “Mission: Impossible” meets “Mars Attacks” — and it’s going down at Area 51. An event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” appeared on Facebook earlier this month, urging alien enthusiasts everywhere to gather for a history-making mission. In the past week, the number of people “going” ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Famed local actor Raymond Choo Kong was stabbed to death in Arima this afternoon. He is one of seven people murdered in the past 24 hours. Choo Kong was murdered in Arima where he has his home and a business. Police have confirmed that the killing happened at his bar, which is ...

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Saint Lucia Carnival is in high gear: It’s the first day of the Parade of Bands. And Prime Minister Allen Chastanet wants us to be safe. Chastanet, writing on his official Facebook post on Monday, wished everyone a fun but safe carnival. “Wishing all the carnival bands, revelers and spectators a safe and enjoyable 2 ...

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(BVI NEWS) — St Vincent native Lennox Da Silva has been slapped with a six-and-a-half year prison sentence for killing his wife at their Greenland apartment roughly two years ago. His sentence is to take effect on the date he was first placed on remand. “You have brought pain and anguish to the family … ...

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(BVI NEWS) — Trinidad & Tobago native Andre Stedman has been sentenced to eight years imprisonment for raping a minor a few years ago. The former security officer who is in his late 50s was also slapped with a 12-month prison sentence for indecent assault. His sentences are to run concurrently (at the same time). ...

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(REUTERS) – U.S. authorities launched small-scale operations to arrest undocumented families over the weekend in a start to President Donald Trump’s plan to deport thousands of immigrants. The multi-day operation was expected to target hundreds of recently-arrived families in about 10 cities who have been ordered deported by an immigration judge. The removal operations are ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The Joint Con­sul­ta­tive Coun­cil (JCC) has filed a Free­dom of In­for­ma­tion Act (FOIA) re­quest­ing de­tails of the State’s US $71 mil­lion deal with a Chi­nese-based hous­ing con­struc­tion com­pa­ny. New­ly-in­stalled JCC head Fazir Khan said on Fri­day that the FOIA was nec­es­sary be­cause no in­for­ma­tion has been pro­vid­ed to the con­struc­tion in­dus­try about ...

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(ANTIGUA NEWS ROOM) — Prime Minister Gaston Browne says Antigua and Barbuda is prepared to acquire further shares in the cash-strapped regional airline but is unwilling to pay an estimated US$44 million being asked by Barbados for the sale of its shares in the airline. The two countries have been holding discussions on the acquisition ...

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