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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Jamaica calls for comprehensive climate change impact review

WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — Jamaica yesterday called for a comprehensive review of the impact of climate change on the Caribbean, including the “cancers”

St Hugh’s student dies after house firebombed 

A St Hugh’s High School student has died after suffering severe burns in an arson attack at her home in Stony Hill, St Andrew.

US life expectancy drops again as overdoses climb

TAMPA, United States (AFP) — Life expectancy in the United States dropped yet again as drug overdose deaths continued to climb — taking more than 70,000 lives in 2017, a record high — and suicides rose, a US government report said Thursday.

A view from the outside: Dalton Harris ‘photo’ is fair game 

Social media platforms have been bursting at the seams with the recent release of a photograph of our latest son of the soil to create waves on the world stage, Dalton Harris, sitting in the lap of fellow X Factor contestant Brendon Murray while being tightly hugged.

Woman charged with murder of female allegedly found at lover’s house 

The St Ann police have charged a 41-year-old woman with the murder of another female, whose nude body was found with multiple stab wounds along a roadway in a Runaway Bay, St Ann housing complex on Wednesday, November 14.

Facebook was warned of alleged Russian meddling back in 2014

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Facebook acknowledged on Tuesday that its engineers had flagged suspicious Russian activity as early as 2014 — long before it became public — but did not confirm evidence of a coordinated campaign., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0