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Mississippi sues firms, saying they polluted the environment – The Daily Progress


Mississippi sues firms, saying they polluted the environment
The Daily Progress
GRENADA, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's attorney general is suing companies it accuses of dumping toxic chemicals in Grenada and Water Valley that polluted the groundwater and air. The attorney general's office filed two lawsuits Friday after outcry from ...

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Serenity Cruise Ship Makes First Call on Grenada – Caribbean360.com (subscription)


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Serenity Cruise Ship Makes First Call on Grenada
Caribbean360.com (subscription)
The luxurious Serenity of Crystal Cruises docked in the beautiful St George's Harbour last Tuesday, bringing just over 1,000 passengers and 655 crew members. Crystal Cruises is the world's most awarded luxury cruise line with its fleet covering the globe.

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Former calypso monarch Akima Paul appointed Grenada’s High Commissioner – Soca News


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Former calypso monarch Akima Paul appointed Grenada's High Commissioner
Soca News
Born and raised in Victoria, Grenada, Akima went to St Joseph's Convent. She first came to prominence while championing the cause of environmental protection in a local newspaper, as a result of which she became, at 15, one of the youngest people to ...

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AG Hood sues over Grenada, Water Valley contamination – Jackson Clarion Ledger


Jackson Clarion Ledger

AG Hood sues over Grenada, Water Valley contamination
Jackson Clarion Ledger
Helen McKinney only learned recently that the Grenada auto manufacturing plant where she worked nearly 30 years had been using and allegedly dumping a cancer-causing toxin. "I feel that we should be compensated for working in that type of environment ...

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Wreck kills cycle rider – Daily Sentinel Star

Wreck kills cycle riderDaily Sentinel StarA Winona man is dead as a result of a motorcycle wreck inside the Grenada city limits. Assistant Police Chief George Douglas said the accident happened Sunday morning on Cecil Shelton Drive. Douglas identified ...

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Grenada expresses support for Venezuela amid protests – Jamaica Observer


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Grenada expresses support for Venezuela amid protests
Jamaica Observer
ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) — Grenada has assured Venezuela that it will stand behind the South American country “no matter what”. Foreign Affairs Minister Elvin Nimrod, addressing the 40th anniversary of bilateral relations between the two countries ...
Venezuela protesters target Maduro, vow to keep up pressureDaily Sentinel Star
Venezuelans return to streets, roused by ban on opposition leaderReuters
Venezuela opposition march over Henrique Capriles banBBC News

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South African president accuses protesters of racism – Daily Sentinel Star


South African president accuses protesters of racism
Daily Sentinel Star
South Africa's black president on Monday said many white demonstrators calling for his resignation are racist, in remarks that critics are likely to view as an effort to undercut growing concerns about his leadership. President Jacob Zuma spoke at a ...

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A look at Barclays’ recent scandals and problems – Daily Sentinel Star


A look at Barclays' recent scandals and problems
Daily Sentinel Star
As Barclays' CEO gets reprimanded for overstepping the rules in unmasking a whistleblower, here's a look at the troubles and scandals to hit the London-based bank in recent years. ——— June 2012: Barclays is fined $453 million by U.S. and U.K ...

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Australia says it’s ready to supply uranium to India – Daily Sentinel Star


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Australia says it's ready to supply uranium to India
Daily Sentinel Star
Australia said Monday that it was ready to export uranium to India, nearly three years after the two countries signed an export deal for peaceful power generation. At a joint news conference in New Delhi with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ...

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