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“Call Me Maybe” singer cancels Boy Scout concert over gay ban

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen on Tuesday pulled out of a concert for the Boy Scouts of America because of the organization’s ban on gay members, becoming the second headliner to pull out of the Scouts’ Summer Jamboree show. Jepsen, whose hit single “Call Me Maybe” was nominated for Grammy Song of the Year, said ...

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Defense force soldiers in Trinidad and Tobago to be given Police powers – News dominica


Defense force soldiers in Trinidad and Tobago to be given Police powers
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The legislation will allow members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) to function and perform the duties of a police officer. Cabinet had earlier approved and confirmed support for the legislation. According to the official release, the ...
Jack warns criminals in hotspotsTrinidad & Tobago Express
More patrols to reduce road carnage in TobagoTrinidad Guardian
New Tourism Development Company (TDC) Board appointed in Trinidad ...South Florida Caribbean News

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HID Global Broadens its Latin America Presence to Deliver Best-in-Class Secure … – Business Wire (press release)

HID Global Broadens its Latin America Presence to Deliver Best-in-Class Secure …Business Wire (press release)BUSINESS WIRE)–HID Global®, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, today announced the expansion of its Latin America presence to deliver best-in-class secure identity solutions. The company’s addition of several new hires will enable HID … and more »

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Probe ordered into alleged Guyana police beatings – Caribbean360.com


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Probe ordered into alleged Guyana police beatings
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image A Government Information Agency (GINA) statement Monday said that the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), an agency of the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment has commenced an investigation into the matter.
Guyana probes alleged police beating of IndiansNews & Observer
Mines Commission probing `alleged confrontation' at MarudiStabroek News

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Czech court acquits US heavy metal singer over fan death

PRAGUE (Reuters) – A Czech court acquitted the frontman of U.S. heavy metal band Lamb of God of manslaughter charges on Tuesday in the death of a fan who was pushed off the stage at a concert in Prague. The prosecution accused Randy Blythe, 42, of shoving 19-year-old fan Daniel Nosek off the stage at the 2010 concert, causing him ...

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Latin Builders Association Academy Lacks Diversity – Miami New Times (blog)

Latin Builders Association Academy Lacks DiversityMiami New Times (blog)I’d certainly like to see Miami-Dade County Public Schools approach me and other entrepreneurs in Miami’s entertainment industry to open a charter school to offer kids business careers in music, television, and film. And you better believe that school … and more »

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Bieber apologizes to angry fans for late UK show

LONDON (Reuters) – Canadian singer Justin Bieber apologized on Tuesday after fans booed him for turning up nearly two hours late to a London concert, blaming technical issues for his late performance. The 19-year-old teen idol had been scheduled to take the stage at London’s O2 Arena at 8.30 p.m. but said in a Twitter message that the time was ...

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FieldOne’s Intuitive Field Service Management Hits Latin America – Marketwire (press release)

FieldOne’s Intuitive Field Service Management Hits Latin AmericaMarketwire (press release)Grupo i9 is considered one of the market’s leading integrators of Microsoft products in Latin America. The company works closely with customers to develop solutions customized to meet individual needs. The company deploys and services a full range of … and more »

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Deficit of meritocracy in the Caribbean – Jamaica Observer

Deficit of meritocracy in the CaribbeanJamaica ObserverLast Friday, at least 100 workers employed by the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) stayed away from their jobs, protesting against the decision of the company to hire a Trinidadian as a ma...

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Czech court acquits heavy metal singer Blythe over fan death

PRAGUE (Reuters) – A Czech court on Tuesday acquitted the frontman of U.S. heavy metal band Lamb of God, Randy Blythe, of charges he caused the death of a fan at a concert in Prague three years ago. The prosecution had accused Blythe, 42, of causing the death of the 19-year old fan by pushing him off the stage at ...

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