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Dominica Continues to Strive Forth in 2017

Dear Dominican Brothers and Sisters, An old year, 2016, has been marred by a continuation of neglect for constitutional law by the ruling administration; an apparent gormandizing of meant-to-be state funds for personal use, particularly by those in the ruling party inner sanctum; and the age-old issue of non-transparency and ineffective accounting processes in government-run […]

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Scarborough Progressive Cricket Club pledges support to C.D.O.A Christmas Event

The Scarborough Progressive Cricket Club has pledged increased sponsorship of the annual Children’s Christmas party produced by the Commonwealth of Dominica Ontario Association (C.D.O.A). Recently the C.D.O.A hosted its yearly family event for children of the Dominican diaspora in Toronto, at the Lawrence Heights Community Centre. Despite snowy conditions, the young patrons enjoyed free refreshments, […]

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Samsung to buy car tech company Harman for $8 billion

By Hyunjoo Jin and Miyoung Kim SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics <005930.KS> has agreed to buy Harman International Industries <HAR.N> in an $8 billion deal (6.4 billion pounds), marking a major push into the auto electronics market and the biggest overseas acquisition ever by a South Korean company. The transaction highlights Samsung’s efforts to break […]

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On Listening To a Discussion On What Makes a Song Cadence

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I try as far as possible to understand why certain statements are made these days on any cultural practice in my country of birth conscious of the fact that they are spoken by men and women with all their senses in tact. Ha-Ha. It is a profound choice to listen. Every now and then I […]

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U.S. Olympic gold medalist swimmer Ryan Lochte issued an apology.

By Cassandra Garrison and Caroline Stauffer MIAMI/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – U.S. Olympic gold medallist swimmer Ryan Lochte issued an apology on Friday and his teammate Jimmy Feigen agreed to pay 35,000 reais (8,411.72 pounds) to a charity after Brazilian police said they lied about being robbed at gunpoint at the weekend. Rio Games organisers […]

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U.S. government researchers begin first clinical trial of a Zika vaccine

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. government researchers said on Wednesday they have begun their first clinical trial of a Zika vaccine as concerns over the mosquito-borne virus mount following the first cases of local transmission in the continental United States. There is no approved vaccine or drug for Zika, a virus spreading rapidly […]

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Indian officials launched investigations into child deaths in India’s mica mines

By Nita Bhalla and Rina Chandran DELHI/MUMBAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Indian officials launched investigations on Wednesday into child deaths in India’s mica mines after the Thomson Reuters Foundation revealed children were being killed in illegal mines and their deaths covered up. A three-month investigation in the mica-producing states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and […]

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Israel will reduce monthly transfers of tax collected on behalf of the Palestinians a response to the killing of two Israelis in Palestinian attacks

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel will reduce monthly transfers of tax collected on behalf of the Palestinians in what aides to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described as a response to the killing of two Israelis in Palestinian attacks in the occupied West Bank this week. The amount deducted from about $130 million sent to the Palestinian […]

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