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Man charged with mosque murders in Christchurch had white supremacist symbols on guns

Sky News – A 28-year-old Australian man has been charged with murder after a terror attack at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand left 49 people killed. Brenton Tarrant, handcuffed and wearing a white prison suit, appeared in court on Saturday morning, a day after the usually peaceful nation suffered its deadliest terror attack. He stood silently in the Christchurch ...

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Man charged with mosque murders in Christchurch had white supremacist symbols on guns

Sky News – A 28-year-old Australian man has been charged with murder after a terror attack at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand left 49 people killed. Brenton Tarrant, handcuffed and wearing a white prison suit, appeared in court on Saturday morning, a day after the usually peaceful nation suffered its deadliest terror attack. He stood silently in the Christchurch ...

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Firearm policy at the workplace

The growing incidences of gun-related crime have become almost a perennial problem all over the world. The problem gets disconcerting when it is considered that workplaces are not immune from the threat of gun-related activity. The right to bear firearms is a constitutional right in the United States of America. In other societies, it’s nothing more than the granting of ...

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Firearm policy at the workplace

The growing incidences of gun-related crime have become almost a perennial problem all over the world. The problem gets disconcerting when it is considered that workplaces are not immune from the threat of gun-related activity. The right to bear firearms is a constitutional right in the United States of America. In other societies, it’s nothing more than the granting of ...

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It gets under your skin

The number of destructive and potentially deadly ingredients supposedly for skin ‘toning’ and ‘lightening’ or bleaching found in some creams and lotions widely sold in Barbados and across the Caribbean, should be regulated or banned with serious fines for violators. That is the sentiment coming from dermatologist Dr Andrew Forde who has been speaking about the massive disfigurement, and even ...

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It gets under your skin

The number of destructive and potentially deadly ingredients supposedly for skin ‘toning’ and ‘lightening’ or bleaching found in some creams and lotions widely sold in Barbados and across the Caribbean, should be regulated or banned with serious fines for violators. That is the sentiment coming from dermatologist Dr Andrew Forde who has been speaking about the massive disfigurement, and even ...

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More test runs – Barbados Today

More test runs  Barbados TodayThe public should expect to see more emergency response drills in Barbados and Director of the Department of Emergency Management Kerry Hinds said one ...

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More test runs

The public should expect to see more emergency response drills in Barbados and Director of the Department of Emergency Management Kerry Hinds said one drill will be held to mark World Tsunami Awareness Day on Tuesday, November 5, this year. She made these comments at the Barbados Coast Guard during an initial debrief, following Thursday’s Caribewave 2019 exercise, as evaluators ...

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More test runs

The public should expect to see more emergency response drills in Barbados and Director of the Department of Emergency Management Kerry Hinds said one drill will be held to mark World Tsunami Awareness Day on Tuesday, November 5, this year. She made these comments at the Barbados Coast Guard during an initial debrief, following Thursday’s Caribewave 2019 exercise, as evaluators ...

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Dramatic beginnings – Barbados Today

Dramatic beginnings  Barbados TodayStorybooks, comics, and popular children's movies came to life at the Maria Holder Nursery School as they celebrated Character Day under the theme ...

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