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Rising seas could knock out the internet — and sooner than scientists thought

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New research says 4,000 miles of internet cable could be underwater by 2030. …read more

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Slap on wrist for child killer – 25-year sentence cut to nine for man who beat one-year-old to death

Jamaica’s second-highest court has slashed by more than half the 25-year prison sentence that was imposed on a St Mary …read more

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Dumps need security, says NSWMA chairman

Dennis Chung, chairman of the National Solid Waste Management Authority, told The Gleaner yesterday that arsonists were responsible for the …read more

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Samuda is the man to replace Wheatley – political commentator

WITH THErecent departure of Andrew Wheatley from the Cabinet, political commentator Dr Paul Ashley says senior member Karl Samuda, who …read more

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Slap on Wrist – for child Killer

Jamaica’s second-highest court has slashed by more than half the 25-year prison sentence that was imposed on a St Mary …read more

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Dumps need security, – says NSWMA chairman

Dennis Chung, chairman of the National Solid Waste Management Authority, told The Gleaner yesterday that arsonists were responsible for the …read more

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Mets lose to Nationals by three touchdowns and a field goal worth of runs

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The Mets have had better nights. After five innings against the Nationals in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday night, they trailed …read more

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Trump silent on Mueller at Tampa rally

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President Donald Trump likes to remind supporters that he thinks he’s the victim of a ‘witch hunt.’ But on Tuesday …read more

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Facebook’s new foreign influence report excluded most divisive rhetoric

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Facebook released only some of the pages and content publicly, declining to release the depth some pages went to stoke …read more

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Aeroméxico plane crashes in Durango; no deaths reported

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The Aeroméxico Embraer 190 carrying 101 people went down about 10 miles from Durango International Airport. Authorities said weather was …read more

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