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Nieuwe leiding bij Frank Cameron Centrum

PARAMARIBO- “Legendarisch! Zo betitelde minister Joan Dogojo het jarenlange werk van Frank Cameron van het Frank Cameron Centrum.  Het bezoek van de minister van Sociale Zaken aan het centrum stond in het teken van de overdracht van de leiding aan Mary – Ann Cameron door geestesvader Frank Cameron. Dit geschiedde bij de herdenking van het 31-jarig bestaan van het centrum. ...

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Pope Francis asks Mexico’s indigenous people for forgiveness

MEXICO – Pope Francis has asked Mexican indigenous people in Chiapas state for forgiveness over the way they have been excluded from society. He made his appeal while celebrating Mass in three native languages after a new Vatican decree approved their use. The Pope also used the open-air service in San Cristobal de las Casas to warn about threats to ...

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Pope Francis asks Mexico’s indigenous people for forgiveness

MEXICO – Pope Francis has asked Mexican indigenous people in Chiapas state for forgiveness over the way they have been excluded from society. He made his appeal while celebrating Mass in three native languages after a new Vatican decree approved their use. The Pope also used the open-air service in San Cristobal de las Casas to warn about threats to ...

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Brazil Zika virus: New link to microcephaly in babies

BRAZIL – More evidence linking the Zika virus to birth defects in babies has been found, scientists in Brazil say. The team at the PUC-Parana University discovered the virus in the brains of two babies who only lived for 48 hours. The mosquito-borne virus is thought to cause microcephaly in babies, who are born with damaged brains and abnormally small ...

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Brazil Zika virus: New link to microcephaly in babies

BRAZIL – More evidence linking the Zika virus to birth defects in babies has been found, scientists in Brazil say. The team at the PUC-Parana University discovered the virus in the brains of two babies who only lived for 48 hours. The mosquito-borne virus is thought to cause microcephaly in babies, who are born with damaged brains and abnormally small ...

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CARICOM must wage relentless campaign against threat to banking sector – PM Dean Barrow

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The threats to the Region’s banking sector via the trend of de-risking could have “cataclysmic ramifications” for the Caribbean, and a “relentless” campaign must be waged against it, Chairman of CARICOM and Prime Minister of Belize, the Hon Dean Barrow warned on Monday. At the opening ceremony of the Twenty-Seventh Intersessional Meeting […]

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CARICOM must wage relentless campaign against threat to banking sector – PM Dean Barrow

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The threats to the Region’s banking sector via the trend of de-risking could have “cataclysmic ramifications” for the Caribbean, and a “relentless” campaign must be waged against it, Chairman of CARICOM and Prime Minister of Belize, the Hon Dean Barrow warned on Monday. At the opening ceremony of the Twenty-Seventh Intersessional Meeting […]

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Trinidad to host high-level Caribbean Technology Forum

PORT OF SPAIN – Senior Caribbean government technocrats will this week explore new mechanisms for facilitating comprehensive regional approaches for the planning and execution of information and communications technology (ICT) projects to foster development. The first Caribbean ICT Collaboration Forum, which is being convened by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), will be held in Port […]

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