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ZIMBABWE – President Mnangagwa says he was ‘inches’ from Bulawayo explosion

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has survived an apparent bomb attack at a rally in the city of Bulawayo. Mnangagwa said an object “exploded a few inches away from me – but it is not my time”. Video footage from White City Stadium shows an explosion happening close to Mnangagwa as he was leaving the stage having addressed supporters. While the ...

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ZIMBABWE – President Mnangagwa says he was ‘inches’ from Bulawayo explosion

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has survived an apparent bomb attack at a rally in the city of Bulawayo. Mnangagwa said an object “exploded a few inches away from me – but it is not my time”. Video footage from White City Stadium shows an explosion happening close to Mnangagwa as he was leaving the stage having addressed supporters. While the ...

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Residents urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously

Barbadians are once again being urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously and to start their preparations for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season early. This warning has come from the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), which says locals should take note of the increased activity in the region in 2017 and predictions of an above average season for 2018. Forecasters say ...

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Residents urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously

Barbadians are once again being urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously and to start their preparations for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season early. This warning has come from the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), which says locals should take note of the increased activity in the region in 2017 and predictions of an above average season for 2018. Forecasters say ...

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Residents urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously

Barbadians are once again being urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously and to start their preparations for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season early. This warning has come from the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), which says locals should take note of the increased activity in the region in 2017 and predictions of an above average season for 2018. Forecasters say ...

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Residents urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously

Barbadians are once again being urged to take hurricane preparedness seriously and to start their preparations for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season early. This warning has come from the Department of Emergency Management (DEM), which says locals should take note of the increased activity in the region in 2017 and predictions of an above average season for 2018. Forecasters say ...

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JAMAICA – Fewer Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad

The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago continues to decline. Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamina Johnson Smith disclosed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 in 2016. “According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the ...

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JAMAICA – Fewer Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad

The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago continues to decline. Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamina Johnson Smith disclosed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 in 2016. “According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the ...

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JAMAICA – Fewer Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad

The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago continues to decline. Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamina Johnson Smith disclosed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 in 2016. “According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the ...

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JAMAICA – Fewer Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad

The number of Jamaicans being denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago continues to decline. Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamina Johnson Smith disclosed that 289 Jamaicans were refused entry by the twin-island republic in 2017, a reduction from the 416 in 2016. “According to the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA), 63 Jamaican nationals were denied entry (to Trinidad) in the ...

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