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- Caribbean identifying ways to reduce teen pregnancy December 11, 2013Figures released by the United Nations United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA show that an estimated 20 per cent of adolescents in the Caribbean have had at least one child by the age of 19.
- Trinidad moves to tighten regulations regarding sale of tobacco products December 11, 2013Health Minister Fuad Khan, who piloted the Tobacco Control Bill, told the Senate that the regulation provided for the mandatory labelling requirements for cigarette packaging in Trinidad and Tobago.
- Reparations Commission identifies 'public health' as one of six key action areas December 11, 2013Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Reparations Commission chairman, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles said that public health was identified as one of the six areas for reparatory diplomacy and action.
- Search ends for 14 missing in Caribbean Sea December 11, 2013The United States Coast Guard says rescue crews have ended a massive four-day search in the Caribbean Sea for possible survivors of an “overdue illegal migrant boat” reportedly transporting a group of 14 Dominican Republic nationals.
- Taylor torments sloppy Windies December 11, 2013West Indies had New Zealand against the ropes but failed to take advantage of a green-top pitch and chilly overcast conditions as the homeside reached 307 for six at the close.
- US and UK suspend Syria rebel aid December 11, 2013The US and UK suspend "non-lethal assistance" to rebels in northern Syria - but not humanitarian aid - after an Islamist alliance seizes FSA bases.
- Thousands file past Mandela's body December 11, 2013South Africans queue in their thousands to view the body of former President Nelson Mandela, which is lying in state for three days.
- Pope named Time's Person of the Year December 11, 2013Time Magazine names Pope Francis as its Person of the Year, saying he has pulled "the papacy out the palace and into the streets".
- Ukraine police abandon stand-off December 11, 2013Pro-EU protesters in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, push back riot police from their protest bastions as the president promises not to use force.
- Spy agencies 'track Google cookies' December 11, 2013The latest Snowden leak suggests US and UK cyberspies are taking advantage of Google's proprietary cookie technology to track suspects.
- India court reinstates gay sex ban December 11, 2013India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
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