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CNC3:– The Ministry of Finance has requested the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) to urgently disburse funds under our catastrophe insurance policy. This was confirmed via a tweet by Finance Minister Colm Imbert. Imbert said in the tweet that the CCRIF usually deals only with hurricane relief, but that two years ago, the Ministry of […]

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Telesur English:-  Eighty-three percent of Venezuelans ratify today the importance of dialogue between the government and businesspeople to satisfy the people’s needs, revealed a study of survey company Hinterlaces published here. According to the results of the poll, quoted by political analyst Jose Vicente Rangel, four-fifths of the Venezuelan population support the initiative of fixing prices […]

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Saint Lucia  stands ready to assist Trinidad and Tobago which has been hit by widespread weekend flooding,  the Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Velda Joseph has disclosed. Joseph said NEMO is aware of the torrential rains that affected the twin Island republic from Friday, causing severe flooding in mainly the Eastern and […]

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News Observer:-  On Saturday, a man walked into Greenville, North Carolina’s Sup Dogs restaurant and ordered two waters. He had a few sips, then left $10,000 in cash on a table, with a note that said “thanks for the delicious water,” Sup Dogs owner Brett Oliverio told The News & Observer in an interview. This was no ordinary […]

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The Cannabis Movement is preparing to make a presentation to the cabinet of ministers on the benefits of legalising marijuana, it has been announced. Chairman of the Cannabis Movement, Andre ‘Pancho’ de Caires told St Lucia Times that he expects the presentation will be made early next month. He disclosed that last week representatives of […]

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Asserting that there is need to review the granting of citizenship to foreign investors under the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP), the leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM), has advocated a phased approach to the the issue. Therold Prudent expressed the view that before anyone is granted a Saint Lucian passport, that person should […]

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WASHINGTON, United States (AFP)— The administration of US President Donald Trump is considering a proposal to narrowly define gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by birth genitalia, The New York Times reported on Sunday. According to a memo obtained by The Times, the Department of Health and Human Services is leading the effort to […]

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Cuenca Dispatch:- Ecuador has broken formal relations with Venezuela after that country’s communication minister called President Lenin Moreno a “liar.” On Thursday, Ecuador expelled Venezuela’s ambassador. The action followed comments by Jorge Rodríguez, Venezuela’s communication minister, who said that Moreno’s claim that 6,000 Venezuelans a day were entering Ecuador was false. Moreno Tweeted the number in […]

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The Local:–  A man in Södertälje temporarily lost his parental rights thanks to a mix-up in family court. When the man went in to register himself as the father, the administrative official who handled his paperwork mistakingly entered the wrong name on the form, which was then sent to the Swedish Tax Agency for processing. […]

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China Daily:-  The world’s largest amphibious aircraft, AG600, carried out its first takeoff and landing on waters in Hubei province’s Jingmen on Saturday. Developed and built by the State-owned aircraft giant Aviation Industry Corp of China, the seaplane took off from the Zhanghe Reservoir at 8:51 am and stayed airborne for about 15 minutes. It was […]

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