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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Income Inequality, Injustice Roots of World Protests

  In recent weeks, mass protests have broken out in countries from Lebanon to Spain to Chile. All are different - with distinct causes, methods...

Horror School for Young Nigerians Busted

Isa Ibrahim says he tried to escape the day before the police raid BBC- A survivor of the Nigerian "torture house" raided by police...

US Congress Fed Up, Launches Formal Impeachment Probe of Trump

  WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Tuesday the House would open an impeachment inquiry into President...

Thomas Cook Collapses, UK Mounts Biggest Tourist Repatriation Effort

  British travel firm Thomas Cook has gone out of business, as many as 600,000 holidaymakers stranded abroad and millions more with their holidays cancelled,...

Worldwide Climate Strike Day Brings Out Millions

Millions of people around the world are expected to walk out of school and work on Friday, as part of the global climate strike...

2019 Notting Hill Carnival in Photos

  THE GUARDIAN- A masquerade dancer feeling the heat...

Reaction to Trump’s ‘Chosen One’ Rant Reverberates Worldwide

The front page of the New York Daily News ― headlined “The Last Whopper” ― features Vice President Mike Pence, Housing and Urban Development...

Eat Less Meat, Plant More Trees to Save the Earth

Efforts to curb greenhouse gas-emissions and the impacts of global warming will fall significantly short without drastic changes in global land use, agriculture and...

US: Most Mass Shootings, Most Private Gun Ownership

(CNN)- The United States. Home to liberty, the pursuit of happiness and the most mass shootings in the world. America's unique relationship to gun ownership...

UK Gambling Group Fined $7.3m for Money Laundering, Problem Gamblers

UK's Ladbrokes Coral Group has been fined US$7.3 million for "systemic failings" in protecting problem gamblers and stopping money laundering. An investigation from the Gambling...

UN Wants 2021 to be the Year Child Labor Ends

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has unanimously adopted a resolution declaring 2021 as the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, and...

Windrush 2: UK Passport Holders From Chagos Islands Told to Go...

Lindy and Jonathan D’Offay are forced to live in a static caravan. They say a council officer told them to ‘go back to the...

UK: As May Leaves, New PM Johnson Begins Forming Govt., to...

  Boris Johnson will head to Downing Street later after he takes over from Theresa May as prime minister. The new Conservative leader will take...

Moon Landing Celebrated Worldwide, but Not by Millions of Doubters

Independent- On Saturday, July 20, half a century had passed since Nasa launched its first of six spectacular missions to the Moon, broadcasting to...

Prayer, arts, crafts highlight Independence events in UK

LONDON, England –- The Federation’s High Commission participated in a series of celebrations commemorating the 35th Anniversary of Independence of St. Kitts and Nevis. On...

2018 CBI Index ranks St. Kitts and Nevis No. 2 of...

St. Kitts and Nevis ranks No. 2, behind Dominica, in a special report and CBI Index released today by Professional Wealth Management (PWM) a...

CARICOM discusses youth development, recommends decisive action at highest government levels

GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Decisive action at the highest level of government is necessary to mainstream youth development, according to Dr. Douglas Slater, CARICOM Assistant...

PM Harris in Dubai Seeking CBI Business

St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister, the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris, is in Dubai to discuss the new investment opportunities available for Middle Eastern...

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