by Rebecca Beitsch and Harper Neidig The Hill The Jan. 6 committee’s accumulating evidence against former President Trump, including testimony from White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, has strengthened a potential criminal case against him and chipped away at his most likely defense arguments, legal experts say. Hutchinson, a former special assistant to Trump chief of […]
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BBC- US police have arrested a suspect after six people were killed in a mass shooting at an Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Robert E Crimo III, 22, was detained after a brief chase, police said. The gunman climbed on to a roof, shooting randomly at spectators using a high-powered rifle. It is […]
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BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, July 4, 2022 (MMS-SKN) — Shoppers at five supermarkets on St. Kitts received free environmentally-friendly reusable shopping bags on Saturday July 2, as the St. Kitts Sustainable Destination Council (SDC) kicked off the month-long ‘St. Kitts Plastic Free July (PFJ) 2022’ activities that are aimed at sensitising the public on the dangers […]
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by email@example.com PARAMARIBO, Suriname – The newly elected Prime Minister of Grenada, Dickon Mitchell, on Sunday warned the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) against being viewed as a “talk” shop and urged Caribbean leaders to do more to foster greater regional unity and socio-economic development. Mitchell, who came to office after leading his National Democratic Congress […]
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By Santana Salmon The President of Suriname, Chandrikapersad “Chan” Santokhi says the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) should find ways to fast-track the production of the abundant natural gas reserves from Suriname, Guyana and Trinidad and fulfill regional demand for fertilizer. “If we will agree to design, as quick as possible, a common strategy to speed up […]
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Trending | View in Browser July 04, 2022 Here is today’s selection of top stories from The Associated Press at this hour to begin your day. Today’s Headlines A turbulent US this July 4, but many see cause to celebrate Independence Day arrives at a time when the United States is roiled by hearings over […]
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By Esther Animalu CBS Singer Ricky Martin has rejected as “completely false” allegations from an unnamed individual that led to Puerto Rican authorities issuing a restraining order against him under the U.S. territory’s domestic violence laws. According to Puerto Rican newspaper El Vocero, the unnamed petitioner went to the court directly without filing a […]
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July 3 (Reuters) – Tropical storm Bonnie turned into a Category 1 hurricane off the southwest coast of Mexico on Sunday evening, packing maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour (130 km/h) and higher gusts, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Bonnie, the third hurricane of the 2022 eastern north Pacific season, made […]
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By Ana Ionova Rio de Janeiro Not too long ago, Fernanda da Silva was going hungry, like millions of other Brazilians. The 40-year-old mother of three was out of work and money was tight. Her husband’s monthly earnings as a doorman – 1,300 reais ($250), just over a minimum salary – kept their family afloat. […]
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