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DeVos rescinds Obama-era rules on campus sexual assault cases

DeVos rescinds Obama-era rules on campus sexual assault cases  Fox News DeVos rescinds Obama-era school sexual assault policy  The Hill DeVos Scraps Obama Guidance on Investigating Campus Sexual Assault  Bloomberg Full coverage

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DeVos rescinds Obama-era rules on campus sexual assault cases

DeVos rescinds Obama-era rules on campus sexual assault cases  Fox News DeVos rescinds Obama-era school sexual assault policy  The Hill DeVos Scraps Obama Guidance on Investigating Campus Sexual Assault  Bloomberg Full coverage

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Protest greets Nagamootoo during visit to storm-affected Bath Settlement

Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo was Friday morning meeting with residents of Bath Settlement, West Coast Berbice whose houses were damaged by a recent storm, despite being greeted by protests. On Nagamootoo’s arrival at the village, People’s Progressive Party (PPP) activist, Faisal Jafferally and a group of persons held placards. At one time, there was a …

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Law wants ‘settled’ team for World Cup qualifier

West Indies coach Stuart Law has challenged his one-day squad to use the remainder of the series against England to prove they should be part of the team who will now need to contest the qualifying tournament next year to reach the 2019 World Cup. Shai Hope struck four fours in his 35 (Photo: Getty Images) Defeat at Old Trafford in the ...

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US stock indexes waver in early trading; oil flat – The Courier-Express

The Courier-ExpressUS stock indexes waver in early trading; oil flatThe Courier-Express24, 2015, file photo, a man walks towards the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, as technology compan...

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Trump’s travel ban to expire on Sunday

(AFP) President Donald Trump’s contentious travel ban expires Sunday with little clarity over whether America’s door will reopen for travellers from six majority-Muslim countries. Based on the policy, US embassies or representatives in Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen should resume granting visas to their nationals planning to visit the United States for work, study, pleasure or to emigrate. ...

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After Irma, our Florida island is getting aid. But what about the Caribbean? – The Guardian


International Investment

After Irma, our Florida island is getting aid. But what about the Caribbean?
The Guardian
This was starting to look like the worst investment of all time. But at the last minute, Irma took a hard-right turn after hitting the Florida Keys and we just got a side-swipe. It was bad enough. The storm had higher winds than the great Michael Fish ...
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UK's Caribbean territories braced for 'dangerous' Hurricane MariaTimes & Star
Clarity, Charity And The Hurricane Irma Catastrophe In The CaribbeanNews Americas Now Caribbean And Latin America Daily News
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Harrowing Rescue of Woman and 2 Children After Boat Capsizes in Puerto Rico During Hurricane Maria

Harrowing Rescue of Woman and 2 Children After Boat Capsizes in Puerto Rico During Hurricane Maria  PEOPLE.com ‘I just need my mother’: The frantic quest to contact loved ones in Puerto Rico  Washington Post Hurricane Maria: Video shows dramatic rescue of woman, 2 sons from capsized vessel  Fox News Full coverage

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Windies wait on injured birthday boy Gayle

(AFP) West Indies were left waiting to discover the full extent of Chris Gayle’s hamstring injury after the star batsman spent part of his 38th birthday having scans in a Nottingham hospital yesterday. The big-hitting opener was ruled out shortly before the toss in yesterday’s second One-Day International against England at Trent Bridge after damaging his right hamstring. To compound ...

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First batch of Natural Resources Wardens graduate

Twenty-five officers from the Ministry of Natural Resources graduated from a Ranger training course on Thursday at the Guyana Police Officers’ Training Centre. The five-week training programme was a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Public Security, the Guyana Forestry Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency, National Parks Commission and the Wildlife Agency. (From left to right) ...

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