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- Tokyo Citizens In Panic Buy Bottled Water As Faucets Spew Radiation
- Historic Plan To Get Haitians Mortages
- Freeze In UK Air Passenger Duty
- Caribbean Quake Shakes Domincian Republic
- Radiation From Fukushima Would Take 7 Days To Reach U.S
- Winds Blowing Japanese Radioactivity Over Pacific Ocean
- Analysis Of No.4 Fukushima Reactor Pose The Greatest Danger
- Radiation Released in Japanese Atmosphere
- BP Oil Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives Along Gulf
- 8.9 Earthquake And Tsunami Hits Japan 53 Countries on Alert!
- Letter From Cairo: Egyptians Full Of Hope
- Oil $101/barrel Gold Nearly $1500/oz
- German TV Exposes The Horrors Of Toxic GM Soy
- Caribbean Faces Uncertain Times
- Barbados Today - Barbados First Digital Newspaper
- Breakdown Of What Is In A Vaccine!
- Dollar Falls To 14-month Low Against Euro
- Guyana One Man Stance Against EPA Agreement
- Deadly 3rd Wave Swine Flu Pandemic Coming!!! Is Barbados Ready?
- One Year Old Has Baby In Stomach
- Barbados MTW Launches Website
- Gold $1180/oz India/IMF At It Again
- 1300 Girls Harmed by HPV Vaccines in UK
- Pastor Confesses Porn Addiction
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- Time to move Caribbean countries from 'stabilization to growth' - IMF December 13, 2013The lending agency will assist the Caribbean and other low-income countries in strengthening policy buffers against shocks and advance policies “to help achieve more inclusive growth going forward, with a particular focus on capacity building.”
- The EPG wanted Ireland back in the Commonwealth December 13, 2013At its very last meeting in June 2011, the Eminent Persons Group (EPG), mandated by the 2009 Commonwealth Summit to make recommendations for reform of the Commonwealth, removed from its report a proposal encouraging Ireland to re-join the association.
- St Lucia imposes restrictions on importation of toy guns December 13, 2013National Security Minister Phillip La Corbiniere, speaking on local television, said that the rationale behind the amendment to the Customs Act was to prevent replica guns from entering the country.
- The light of Nelson Mandela's legacy for CARICOM leaders December 13, 2013No meaningful strategies for endurable social change could be achieved in CARICOM without a full-blown embrace of authentic moral leadership says Dr Isaac Newton.
- Britain issues warning after Vincentian dies from cocaine-laced Caribbean drink December 13, 2013Police report that Vincentian born Joromie Lewis, 33, of Gosport in Hampshire died within hours of drinking a small amount of the Cole Cold Pear-D drink he had brought back with him from a trip to the Caribbean.
- Boult crushes Windies with swing as New Zealand take the lead December 13, 2013Shane Shillingford was one among four batsmen to make a duck as the visitors were all out for 193 in their first innings.
- N Korea purge sparks stability fears December 13, 2013The execution of a once-powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un raises fresh fears of instability in the secretive nuclear-armed state.
- S Africa closes queues for Mandela December 13, 2013Tens of thousands of South Africans are queuing in the hope of seeing Nelson Mandela's body but the authorities warn many may be disappointed.
- Irish bailout exit 'just one step' December 13, 2013The Irish Republic's exit from its bailout rescue programme is a "milestone" but not the end of the road, the country's finance minister says.
- US captive in Iran said to be CIA December 13, 2013An ex-FBI agent believed held in Iran for the last seven years was working for the CIA on an unapproved mission, the Associated Press reports.
- Top Mafia suspect's family arrested December 13, 2013Family members of Italy's most-wanted Sicilian Mafia suspect, Matteo Messina Denaro, are arrested in a police swoop in western Sicily.
- Ukrainian court frees protesters December 13, 2013A Ukrainian court frees nine people arrested during clashes between pro-EU protesters and riot police, a key demand of the protest movement.
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