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Jamaican Who Returned ATM Cash Gets $1.2m Reward

Jamaica Observer:-  Ackaisha Green, the woman who found a large sum of cash in an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and handed it over to the police, has been rewarded...
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Alabama Senate Passes Near-Total Abortion Ban

(CNN) Alabama sent the most restrictive abortion bill in the country to the governor's desk Tuesday night, with the state's Senate passing legislation that could punish doctors who perform...
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The woman who invented Mother’s Day came to hate it

CNN: :Mother's Day means big business for retailers. This year is no different -- shoppers will spend an average of $196 per mom. If you hate all of the commercialization behind the...

Nurse Adopts Girl Left Alone In U.S. Hospital

Sky News:- A nurse has adopted a little girl she took into her care after she had no hospital visitors for several months. Liz Smith, 45, had always wanted to have...

Woman, 61, Gives Birth To Her Own Granddaughter

Sky News:- A 61-year-old woman has given birth to her own granddaughter after carrying her son's baby as a surrogate. Matthew Eledge, 32, and Elliot Dougherty, 29, who live in Omaha,...

US: Stranger Gifts Car To Struggling Nursing Student

ABC News:- When 22-year-old Kayla Cooper walked out of car dealership in tears, little did she know a good Samaritan was about to help her. Cooper, a nursing student at San...
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Public assistance requested to determine suitability of proposed candidates for RSLPF 2018 enlistment

Press Release: The following list of police applicants is being processed for possible selection into the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. In an effort to determine the suitability of these...

Police officer adopts baby daughter of homeless woman

CBS News:-  A California police officer who responded to an emergency call of a homeless pregnant woman has adopted her newborn daughter. Officer Jesse Whitten, with the Santa Rosa Police...
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Promoting Health at Work: A Basic Human Right

PRESS RELEASE: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, September 6, 2018.   “The reality for most persons is that one-third of our adult life is spent at work.  This can have...

Goats ‘drawn to happy human faces’

BBC:-  Scientists have found that goats are drawn to humans with happy facial expressions. The result suggests a wider range of animals can read people's moods than was previously thought. The researchers...