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France’s top scientific advisor claims Omicron could become dominant variant

France's top scientific adviser on Thursday alerted that the novel Coronavirus’s newly identified variant Omicron could become the dominant variant of Covid-19 in the...

US: 15-year-old killed three, wounded six in shooting incident

A 15-year-old student opened fire Tuesday at a high school in rural Michigan state, killing three young men before being taken into custody

Manuel Rosales recognises legitimacy of Nicholás Maduro as Prez of Venezuela

The elected governor of the state of Zulia, Manuel Rosales, has recognized the legitimacy of Nicolás Maduro as President of Venezuela.

Israel capital Tel Aviv becomes world’s most expensive city

The upheaval at the top of the ranking, Tel Aviv has supplanted Paris and Singapore as the most expensive city in the world

Laboratories adapting to vaccines to counter “Omicron” variant

For six days, a wind of panic has been blowing over the world. The culprit has a name, Omicron.

Bureaucrats out of “power” as new govt takes charge of Punjab state

Public cries foul after Charanjit Singh Channi led government ripped off Bureaucrats from their powers to resolve issues related to Punjabis

Punjab smells political vendetta as top administrators satisfy personal grudges with power

it seems the new top officials have used their positions for ‘political vendetta’ instead of serving the interests of the state.

UK based St Kitts and Nevis national wins another legal battle against fake news

In an unconditional apology, UK based news organisation 'CCE News' has taken back allegations levelled against London based businessman Gurdip Dev Bath.

Bilateral ties between Taiwan and St Kitts and Nevis are “consistent”: Mark Brantley

Premier of Nevis and the Minister of Foreign Affairs for St Kitts and Nevis Mark Brantley discussed the longstanding diplomatic relations with Taiwan during his interview with an international news outlet.

Volcano erupts on Spain’s La Palma island, 5,000 evacuated

The Canary Islands' first volcanic outburst in 50 years forced the evacuation of about 5,000 people, including about 500 tourists, and destroyed about 100 homes, officials said Monday.

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Jamaica-Spain signs a memo of understanding on rebuilding tourism sector

Jamaican Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett and their Spanish counterpart have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) as the Caribbean tourist destination rebuilds its hospitality sector.

Global leaders of Brazil, Guyana and Suriname postpones the meeting on joint energy corridor

The global leaders of Brazil, Guyana and Suriname have deferred the plan of building up a regional energy corridor as Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro left the conference early.

Haiti needs an immediate action to reestablish security situation: PM Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked for immediate action to settle the security situation in Haiti as several senior officials from Canada, the US, France and other nations green flagged to increase help for the Caribbean nation's troubled police force.

Foreign Minister Mark Brantley calls youngsters to apply for scholarship in Taiwan, Serbia and Turkey

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of St Kitts and Nevis, Mark Brantley, calls upon the nation's youth citizens to use the international scholarships that the island's authorities retain utilizing the nation's diplomatic relations.

PM Narendra Modi extends greetings to PM Mottley on her massive success

Barbados has conducted its first general elections held for the first time since Barbados became a republic. Mia Mottley scored a clean sweep by winning all thirty constituencies by the Barbados Labour Party (BLP).
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