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43.2M people plagued by hunger in Latin America, Caribbean
Posted: Sunday, November 12, 2023

UN report: 43.2M people plagued by hunger in Latin America, Caribbean
Although this figure represents a slight improvement of 0.5 percentage points over the previous measurement, the report said the prevalence of hunger in the region is still 0.9 percentage points above the 2019 records prior to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Tunapuna businesses set up CCTV, alarm system

The radiance and indomitable spirit of women
In the heart of this radiant festival, women are the unsung heroines. The significance of women in Divali goes far beyond their roles in the kitchen or the preparation of intricate rangoli designs; it's about the embodiment of strength, resilience, and the pursuit of empowerment. They are the ones who infuse the festival with meaning, weaving their nurturing touch into every aspect of the celebration.

Brain aneurysm
Intracranial aneurysms affect the blood vessels within the brain. These abnormal bulges or weak spots in the walls of the brain can be potentially life-threatening and lead to other severe consequences if left untreated, said Maraj.

It is estimated that approximately two to five per cent of the worldwide population may have an intracranial aneurysm. The exact prevalence of intracranial aneurysms in the population is not well defined as many people may have small aneurysms that go undiagnosed. The incidence of aneurysms appears to be higher in women than in men. So what causes it?

Noble: The problem with Roget's fixation on criminality of 'urban youth'
The media needs to be able to discern those who rob our society and call them to task. Their job must be to explode: "…the myths about white-collar crime and criminals that circulate in society and popular culture make us misperceive these dangers and the destructive consequences of white-collar criminality."

Driver shot dead on highway, man killed in St Ann's
According to reports, around 2 pm, police got a report of a panel van parked on the shoulder of northbound lane of the Uriah Butler highway, near the Caroni overpass, with an unresponsive driver slumped in the front seat.

When the police arrived, they found Andy Daniel, 53, who lived in Arima, with multiple gunshot injuries.

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