PHOTO UPDATE: Double homicide victims identified

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Shares 100 Double homicide victims: David Khodra (left) and Shane Augustin. The victims of Saturday’s double homicide in La Clery, Castries have been identified as David Khodra, 28, and Shane Augustin, 25. The men were reportedly on a motorcycle when shots were fired at them from a car minutes after 2 a.m. Initial reports to Read More

PHOTO UPDATE: Double homicide victims identified

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Shares 100 Double homicide victims: David Khodra (left) and Shane Augustin. The victims of Saturday’s double homicide in La Clery, Castries have been identified as David Khodra, 28, and Shane Augustin, 25. The men were reportedly on a motorcycle when shots were fired at them from a car minutes after 2 a.m. Initial reports to Read More

Palm Beach Golfer, 12, Builds Infant School in Jamaica

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Rafe Cochran, a 12-year-old golfer from Palm Beach, Florida, has made it possible for students at Chester Infant School in St. Ann, Jamaica, to attend classes in a totally new school building. In the summer of 2017, Food for The Poor (FFP) Jamaica constructed classrooms, kitchen, bathrooms, sick bay and office, all of which were Read More

Airlift under way as Florida airports start to close

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“All flights have ceased operations in preparation for Hurricane Irma”: that is the blunt message on the front page of Miami International Airport’s website. The last take-off from the usually hyperactive airport was shortly before 10pm on Friday night: an Air Europa departure for Madrid. “There are no scheduled flights for Saturday and Sunday,” says Read More

Irma hits Cuba as Category 5 hurricane

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Trees sway in the wind at the main square as Hurricane Irma passes by Remedios, Cuba September 8, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini REMEDIOS, Cuba (Reuters) – Hurricane Irma pounded Cuba’s northern coast today as it headed for Florida, where millions of residents were told to evacuate after the storm killed 22 people in the Caribbean and Read More

Millions In Florida Ordered To Evacuate As Irma Crashes Past Cuba

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The Category 5 Hurricane Irma made landfall in Cuba on Friday before being downgraded to Category 4. A satellite image shows the storm at 3 a.m. Saturday. CIRA/CSU and NOAA/NESDIS/RAMMB hide caption toggle caption CIRA/CSU and NOAA/NESDIS/RAMMB The Category 5 Hurricane Irma made landfall in Cuba on Friday before being downgraded to Category 4. A Read More

CCRIF to make payouts to countries affected by Hurricane Irma

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The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF SPC) will be making payouts totaling over US$15 million to three Caribbean countries affected by Hurricane Irma earlier this week. “The CCRIF board and team offer condolences for the loss of life and hope these funds will provide some assistance. We stand ready to support the Government and Read More

Gold processing fee, regulations for review

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Sep 09, 2017 News 0 Government has agreed to review the $2,500 processing fee that miners have to pay for every ounce of gold.The announcement came yesterday in a long-awaited meeting between miners and Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, and representatives from the Guyana Gold Board.According to the ministry, Trotman met with members of Read More

Online shop brings the best of Latin American fashion to the world

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Gabriela Durán noticed that Latin American fashion designers were turning out amazing products, but no one outside their countries knew anything about it. LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — She founded Boca Ciega to change that. The online jewelry, clothing and accessories store is constantly looking for unknown designers and those Read More