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UNITED KINGDOM – Bomber named

MANCHESTER –– British police on Tuesday identified the suicide bomber who killed 22 people, including children, in an attack on a crowded concert hall in Manchester, and said they were trying to establish whether he had acted alone or with help from others. The man suspected of carrying out Britain’s deadliest bombing in nearly 12 years […]

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TRINIDAD – Boy fractures skull

PORT OF SPAIN –– Parents are renewing their call for Government to fix the railings of the Fifth Company Baptist Primary school, after a Standard Two pupil fell over it last week, fracturing his skull. School officials said Tisean Alexis, eight, was sliding down the railings around midday last Wednesday when he fell. However, his […]

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TRINIDAD – Boy fractures skull

PORT OF SPAIN –– Parents are renewing their call for Government to fix the railings of the Fifth Company Baptist Primary school, after a Standard Two pupil fell over it last week, fracturing his skull. School officials said Tisean Alexis, eight, was sliding down the railings around midday last Wednesday when he fell. However, his […]

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TRINIDAD – Boy fractures skull

PORT OF SPAIN –– Parents are renewing their call for Government to fix the railings of the Fifth Company Baptist Primary school, after a Standard Two pupil fell over it last week, fracturing his skull. School officials said Tisean Alexis, eight, was sliding down the railings around midday last Wednesday when he fell. However, his […]

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TRINIDAD – Boy fractures skull

PORT OF SPAIN –– Parents are renewing their call for Government to fix the railings of the Fifth Company Baptist Primary school, after a Standard Two pupil fell over it last week, fracturing his skull. School officials said Tisean Alexis, eight, was sliding down the railings around midday last Wednesday when he fell. However, his […]

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TRINIDAD – Boy fractures skull

PORT OF SPAIN –– Parents are renewing their call for Government to fix the railings of the Fifth Company Baptist Primary school, after a Standard Two pupil fell over it last week, fracturing his skull. School officials said Tisean Alexis, eight, was sliding down the railings around midday last Wednesday when he fell. However, his […]

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Bogey broken

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Barbados stunned World number four Jamaica with a pulsating 43-41 victory last night, earning a 1-1 draw in the three-Test series and registering their first win over the Caribbean powerhouses in 33 years. Playing at the National Arena, Jamaica controlled the game for the most part and led 32-31 at the start […]

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Bogey broken

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Barbados stunned World number four Jamaica with a pulsating 43-41 victory last night, earning a 1-1 draw in the three-Test series and registering their first win over the Caribbean powerhouses in 33 years. Playing at the National Arena, Jamaica controlled the game for the most part and led 32-31 at the start […]

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Bogey broken

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Barbados stunned World number four Jamaica with a pulsating 43-41 victory last night, earning a 1-1 draw in the three-Test series and registering their first win over the Caribbean powerhouses in 33 years. Playing at the National Arena, Jamaica controlled the game for the most part and led 32-31 at the start […]

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