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Nation News Brief for Barbados

Nation News Brief for Barbados

Barbados

Get daily summaries from The Nation Newspaper on the leading news stories in Barbados.
NationBarbados, 10 hours ago

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Collin Morikawa builds three-shot lead at Workday Charity Open before storms pause second round

Collin Morikawa builds three-shot lead at Workday Charity Open before storms pause second round

Canada

Nick Taylor is top Canadian at 6-under, followed by Adam Hadwin and Mackenzie Hughes at 5-under
The Globe and Mail, 10 hours ago

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Facebook’s software kit to blame for iPhone's popular apps crashing

Facebook’s software kit to blame for iPhone's popular apps crashing

Nigeria

Friday’s widespread crashes of popular apps running on the iPhoneserve as a reminder that Facebook is still tracking you through your phone.
Vanguard Newspapers, 10 hours ago

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Coronavirus Australia: Victoria reports 216 new Covid-19 cases and death of man in his 90s

Coronavirus Australia: Victoria reports 216 new Covid-19 cases and death of man in his 90s

United Kingdom

Daniel Andrews says effects of lockdown won’t be reflected for weeks as NSW cases linked to Casula pub
The Guardian, 10 hours ago

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Here is your handy guide to sport on television this week

Here is your handy guide to sport on television this week

Ireland

Monday – Sunday, July 6th – July 12th
The Irish Times, 10 hours ago

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Grenada elected as a VP of United Nations General Assembly

Grenada elected as a VP of United Nations General Assembly

Grenada

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) elected the island’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Her Excellency, Keisha A McGuire as a Vice President of its 75th session, by consensus, on Monday, 29 June 2020.
Grenada News, 12 hours ago

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St Thomas man charged for raping his daughter seven years ago

St Thomas man charged for raping his daughter seven years ago

Jamaica

A St Thomas man charged with raping his seven-year-old daughter seven years ago is to face the Morant Bay Parish Court on Wednesday. The girl is now 14 years old. The name of her 34-year-old father is being withheld to protect the identity of...
Jamaica Gleaner, 15 hours ago

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Nigerian Arrested With New Voter Card At Aflao

Nigerian Arrested With New Voter Card At Aflao

Ghana

A Nigerian, Emmanuel Philip has been arrested by the Aflao Sector Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) with the new voters’ identification card. According to Assistant Inspector Felix Klu-Adjei,Read More...
Daily Guide, 16 hours ago

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Unemployment benefits delayed | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Unemployment benefits delayed | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

The Ministry of Finance is advising the public that due to technical problems being experienced by the bank that facilitates these transfers, unemployment benefit payments due today were delayed.The delay has been resolved and all unemployment benefit payments are scheduled to be processed to all persons this evening."We know that these funds are critically important to many persons," said a Ministry of Finance spokesperson."While this situation was beyond the Government of Bermuda’s
The Royal Gazette, 16 hours ago

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Costa Rica announces new restrictions to limit mobility in Greater Metropolitan Area

Costa Rica announces new restrictions to limit mobility in Greater Metropolitan Area

Costa Rica

Costa Rican authorities on Friday announced a series of health measures to limit mobility in the Greater Metropolitan Area, which includes the capital of San José and surrounding cities. The following measures take effect beginning Saturday, July 11. They will last through Sunday July 19. The entire GAM (and elsewhere) elevated to an Orange Alert…
The Tico Times, 18 hours ago

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