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US & Canada · Los Angeles

Legendary 'Goodfellas' actor Ray Liotta dead at 67

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Legendary actor Ray Liotta is dead at 67-years-old. He reportedly died in his sleep while in the Dominican Republic while filming "Dangerous Waters."See the Story
US & Canada · Houston

At Houston NRA event, Trump decries Uvalde massacre, blasts calls for gun control as ‘repulsive’

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Trump spoke Friday at a National Rifle Association convention in Houston. He opened the speech with a moment of silence and recognition of the tragedy. The NRA has spent more than $2 million on lobbying politicians in the Texas Legislature. Texas Republicans have already shown significant resistance to such legislation.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

Monkeypox can be contained if we act now, WHO says

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Latest data from WHO’s Member States to 22 May, indicates more than 250 confirmed and suspected cases of monkeypox from 16 countries and several WHO regions. The disease “can affect anyone and (it) is not associated with any particular group of people,” Dr Rosamund Lewis told journalists in Geneva.See the Story

Louvre Ex-Director Charged in Art Trafficking Case

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A former director of the Louvre Museum in Paris has been charged with conspiring to hide the origin of archaeological treasures that investigators suspect were smuggled out of Egypt in the chaos of the Arab Spring, a French judicial source said Thursday.See the Story
Americas · Japan

Japan prepares to reopen borders to foreign tourists for 1st time in 2 years - The Mainichi

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Japan will resume accepting overseas tourists in June, after keeping its borders closed for some two years during the coronavirus pandemic. Japan has been criticized from both within and outside the country for keeping its rigid pandemic border control measures. The number of foreign visitors in 2021 fell to 245,900, the lowest figure since statistics began to be collected in 1964.See the Story
Americas · Barbados

Move to get more men tested

The Heart and Stroke Foundation will soon be rolling out a project to get men to submit to blood pressure testing in an area where most men are likely to frequent. Dr Kenneth Connell, president of the Foundation and Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI Cave Hill Campus, said the initiative would be a barbershop project. “Men don’t usually go out to get screened. It is a …See the Story
Americas · Barbados

Eight years for killing husband

Syberton Marcelle Miller, who was described by her two daughters as “heartless”, a “sociopath” and “evil personified”, was ordered to serve eight years in prison for killing her husband four years ago. However, her time in jail will be minus the three and a half years she has spent on remand. Her attorney Arthur Holder has already indicated he will appeal. Miller, 66, of 5th Avenue, Rowans Park North, St …See the Story
Americas · Barbados

Barbados, Guyana seek closer economic bond

Barbados and Guyana are seeking to establish a relationship that could be used as a developmental model to transform the Caribbean. Yesterday during the opening ceremony of Agrofest held at Queen’s Park, The City, President of Guyana Dr M. Irfaan Ali said the type of collaboration both countries needed to tackle security threats would require unification and innovation.See the Story
Americas · Barbados

Barbados crush Trinis within 3 days

TAROUBA, Trinidad – Leaders Barbados Pride took a giant step towards the successful defence of their Regional First Class crown when they clobbered archrivals Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by an innings and 22 runs inside three days, yesterday. It was an impressive performance and comeback for the Barbadians, who were beaten by Guyana Harpy Eagles in the previous round.See the Story

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