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'19Jan
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Caricom optimistic about peaceful solution to Venezuelan crisis

NEW YORK, United States (CMC) — Caribbean Community (Caricom) leaders yesterday ended a meeting here with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressing optimism that the UN will assist in...
'19Jan
29

Hundreds of migrants cross US-Mexico border

Nearly 400 migrants detained after crossing under fence into USEarlier this month, Border Patrol agents stationed in the Yuma, Arizona, sector took around 375 migrants into custody after they had made it into the...
'19Jan
29

'Total shock': PDVSA workers take stock of U.S. sanctions' impact

CARACAS (Reuters) - Shock and fear swept through the headquarters of Venezuela’s state-owned oil firm, PDVSA, on Monday, employees said, after the United States imposed sanctions aimed at limiting President Nicolas...
'19Jan
29

Imperial College London criticised for saying Brexit could cause thousands of heart attack deaths

Imperial College London has been accused of joining the ranks of “project fear” after claiming that Brexit will cause 12,400  people to die from heart attacks and strokes.A new study argues that changes to the UK’s...
'19Jan
28

US hits Venezuela oil firm with sanctions

Maduro has presided over an economic and political crisis since succeeding Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, with much of the country crippled by hyperinflation, soaring unemployment and a mass exodus of refugees....
'19Jan
28

Conflict-driven food scarcity worsened in 5 countries in 2018 : UN

Home|News|General| Conflict-driven food scarcity worsened in 5 countries in 2018 : UN Conflict-driven food scarcity worsened in 5 countries in 2018 : UN...
'19Jan
28

Link between conflict and hunger worldwide, ‘all too persistent and deadly’, says new UN report

The new report released by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) follows on from a landmark Council resolution on preventing hunger in conflict zones, adopted in May.The...
'19Jan
28

Murder charge stayed against man held in solitary confinement for more than 4 years

A judge in Thunder Bay, Ont., has ruled a Lac Seul First Nation man who was held in solitary confinement for more than four years will not stand trial for first-degree murder in the 2012 death of another inmate at...
'19Jan
28

Wargaming for Brexit as May’s Government Faces More Setbacks

British officials are war-gaming various strategies for coping with the disruption of Britain leaving the European Union without an exit deal, including declaring a state of emergency and martial law to avert...
'19Jan
28

Shoppers face food shortages and price rises under a no-deal Brexit, warn supermarket chiefs

Britons could face significant disruption to the supply of food if Theresa May fails to strike a Brexit deal with Brussels, leading retailers have warned.Some of the country's biggest supermarkets and restaurant...

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