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Premier Burt announce vendor for BEDC Virtual Market
The Premier holds a press conference to announce the chosen vendor for the BEDC Virtual Market.
‘You’re playing selective god’: Google ‘whistleblower’ tells Project Veritas search engine ‘skews’ results in Democrats’ favor
An alleged program manager at Google Cloud has said the search engine monolith is “playing god” in the US political scene, skewing results to benefit Democrats, according to an ...
The next presidential debate: The two old Peddler and Hawker Will Be Muted During Debate
Finally, Biden and Trump will have to listen and not only to shout at each other. The Commission on Presidential Debates will mute the microphones of Joe Biden and President Don...
No new COVID-19 cases reported in Bermuda, 19 October
Over Friday and Saturday, 1408 test results were received by the Ministry of Health, and none were positive for COVID-19.
Press Conference Remarks by the Minister of Labour on Update to Re-Employment Plan
The global and local economic and social outlook remains daunting. The healthcare crisis caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic has resulted in sharp declines in economic activity. ...
Ministry of Public Works - Road Work and Repair Advisory
The Ministry of Public Works wishes to inform motorists that the railway trail, Southampton from White Hill Field gateway to Tribe Road No 5 will be made one way on 26th October...
Bermuda Government Press Conference
The Hon. Curtis L. Dickinson, JP, MP, Minister of Finance and The Hon. Jason Hayward, JP, MP, Minister of Labour
Canada and the US extend their border closures until November
Canada and the United States extended the ban on non-essential travel between the two countries until November 21 in order to contain COVID-19, Canadian Minister of Public Secur...
German justice calls for the arrest of Jürgen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca
A Cologne court has issued arrest warrants against Jürgen Mossack and Ramón Fonseca Mora for tax fraud and criminal association in connection with the case of the Panama Papers,...
'Slavery and the City' tour sheds light on London's dark past
Sellout tour highlights links to slave trade in heart of Britain's financial centre
Letitia Wright 'tormented' by Britain's history of racism while working on new miniseries
Letitia Wright 'tormented' by Britain's history of racism while working on new miniseries - The Number One magazine feat. news, reviews, movie trailers, cinema, DVDs, interviews...
Britain's first black Archbishop to get peerage 'imminently' after row
John Sentamu, who retired as the Archbishop of York in June, is expected to be given a place in the House of Lords after a row erupted over him not being automatically ennobled
Trump Unloads on Fauci, Calls Him a ‘Disaster’ and an ‘Idiot’ About Coronavirus
President threw a tantrum about the nation’s top infectious-disease doctor on a campaign call, one day after the NIH expert’s “60 Minutes” interview aired.
Fauci on his media restrictions, Trump contracting COVID, masks, voting and more
In a wide-ranging 60 Minutes interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses his frustration with a Trump campaign ad; explains why, early in the pandemic, masks were largely recommended...
IS CARICOM STILL NECESSARY IN THIS DAY IN AGE
Caricom from the beginning and why it was developed, to the purposes it currently serves and whether or not it still serves those purposes.
The Stock Market Is Ignoring the Economy. Here's Why.
Stocks are booming while companies shed millions of workers from payrolls. WSJ explains why the stock market seems disconnected from economic reality.
Zakaria: Virus ushering in greatest economic inequality in decades
CNN's Fareed Zakaria takes a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has worsened inequality globally and in the US.
The Real Recession Is Just Starting
The economy is in Recession; we just haven’t felt it because of the CARES Act stimulus, but, eventually we will because we have a huge unemployment problem.
Tens of thousands fill Plaza de Santiago on the anniversary of protests in Chile
The central Plaza Italia in Santiago was taken over this Sunday by tens of thousands of people, who gathered to commemorate a year since the start of social protests in Chile de...
Tens of thousands demonstrate in France in tribute to the murdered teacher
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in France on Sunday in tribute to Professor Samuel Paty, who was beheaded by 18-year-old refugee boy on Friday for teaching his students...
The $16 TRILLION bug: Pandemic could cost US economy its entire annual output
The US economy may lose a whopping $16 trillion due to the devastating impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, both in output and people’s lives, new research has found.
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