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Monday May 21, 2012

ST Croix, USVI (TDN) --US government assist families laid off by refinery closing

The United States Department of Labor has earmarked US$7.8 million to assist the 1,158 workers who were displaced with the closure of the Hovensa oil refinery on St. Croix in mid-February, 2012.

The National Emergency Grant funds will be made available to the affected families to help them find new jobs. Just under half of the funds will be released immediately while additional funding up to the amount approved will be made available as the USVI demonstrates a continued need for assistance.

Hovensa oil refinery was the largest private employer in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and largest oil refinery in the Caribbean.

Monday May 21, 2012

Nassau, Bahamas (TDN) --Bahamas is a country in crisis

Bahamas prime minister Perry Christie.

Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie says his country is in crisis as his newly formed Cabinet met for the first time last week.

"We've indicated over and over that the country is in crisis when it comes to crime and when it comes to the economy, when you have a country where over 34 percent of the people are unemployed, and a country where murders continue unabated, then you know that very radical initiatives are necessary," the prime minister said.

Christie said that his new administration was committed to addressing those issues and would hit the ground running as they attempted to come to grips with the serious situation facing the country.

Monday May 21, 2012

Bridgetown, Barbados (TDN) -- Mexico’s president to attend CARICOM-Mexico summit

Mexico's President Phillipe Calderon.
Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon is expected to lead a high-powered delegation to the Second CARICOM-Mexico Summit taking place in Barbados on Monday, May 21.

The one-day summit, which will bring together CARICOM heads of government as well as Calderon where they are expected to discuss a number of pressing issues, including security, tourism, trade and investment and technical cooperation.

Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, President Calderon and the current chairman of CARICOM, President Desiré Bouterse of Suriname, are slated to address the summit’s opening ceremony on Monday.

Tuesday May 15, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- AIDS deaths continue to fall in Dominica

Health officials in Dominica have reported a significant drop in HIV-related deaths in 2011 with only five persons having died from the virus. The officials notes that these deaths occurred because the persons were not accessing the available treatment, care and support services. For the period 1987-2011, there were 143 certified HIV-related deaths.

At the same time, there were 15 new cases of HIV recorded in 2011. Of those persons testing positive for HIV 10 were male and 5 female. The cumulative figure from 1987 - when the first HIV case was noted - to 2011 was 376 reported cases. Those persons most affected by HIV in Dominica are between the ages of 25 – 49, the country’s most productive population.

Monday May 14, 2012

Havana, Cuba (TDN) -- Cuba's government may lift travel restrictions

Communist Cuba appears on the verge of lifting many overseas travel restrictions on its citizens after more than fifty years with Parliament Chief Ricardo Alarcon saying that a "radical and profound" change is forthcoming.

Many in Cuba are now speculating that the much-hated exit visa could soon be a thing of the past, even if Raul Castro's government continues to limit the travel of doctors, scientists and others in sensitive positions to prevent a brain drain.

The latest announcement appears to be part of efforts by President Raul Castro to make some serious changes in that country. In the past 18 months, he has removed prohibitions on some private enterprise, legalized real estate and car sales, and allowed compatriots to hire employees, ideas that appear to directly contradict Cuba’s Marxist government stance.

Monday May 14, 2012

Bridgetown, Barbados (TDN) -- Renewable energy conference concludes in Barbados

The Achieving Sustainable Energy for All in Small Island Developing States Conference has just concluded in Barbados with the adoption of the "Barbados Declaration" addressing universal access to modern and affordable renewable energy services while protecting the environment, ending poverty and creating new opportunities for economic growth.

More than 20 Small Island Developing States (SIDS) attended the conference and committed to taking actions toward providing universal access to energy, switching to renewable energy and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.

For its part, Barbados maintains that it will increase the share of renewable energy in that country to 29 percent of all electricity consumption by 2029.

Monday May 14, 2012

Washington, DC (TDN) -- OECS countries to get help to fight violence against women

Chile is providing technical assistance to strengthen capacities in the area of violence against women in the Eastern Caribbean. The countries of Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, St Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, and St Vincent and the Grenadines has been targeted by the initiative.

The agreement was signed recently by Chile and the Organization of American States (OAS). Chile recently contributed US$1million for social development in the Caribbean, of which $113,000 targets gender-based violence in the region.

“The problem still exists, but we are working very hard to reduce it,” said OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza, who stressed that protecting women’s human rights was one of the OAS’ priorities.

Thursday May 10, 2012

Georgetown, Guyana (TDN) -- Guyana could become major oil exporter

Guyana is expected to be ranked as one of the major oil producing countries in the world in the next ten years.

This was predicted by President Donald Ramotar as he addressed the opening of a five-day oil and gas training course for key technicians in Guyana. He said that t here is a lot of optimism that the doiscovery will come in the not too distant future.

Several oil companies including Repsol, Tullow Oil, CGX, Exxon Mobil and YPF holding have been searching for oil off the coast of Guyana where it is considered the second most attractive under-explored basin in the world with a potential of 15.2 billion barrels of oil.

Thursday May 10, 2012

Rio de Janerio (TDN) -- Dominican boxers fail to qualify for 2012 Olympics

Dominica’s chances of having boxers qualified for the 2012 Olympics has been dealt a severe blow after super heavyweight contender Christopher Joseph and light heavyweight contender Lenon Bannis were both eliminated at the quarterfinal rounds in boxing qualifiers in Brazil.

Bannis was defeated by Carlos Gongora of Ecuador while Joseph went down to Simon Kean of Canada. Earlier two other boxers Lucien Hewlette and Rowain Christopher had lost in the round of sixteen qualifiers.

All four men had received training in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom before the event.

Dominica’s only representation at this year’s summer games may come down to only two athletes.

Wednesday May 09, 2012

Bridgetown, Barbados (TDN) -- Barbados to borrow US $125 million to become more fuel efficient

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Prime Minister of Barbados Freundell Stuart.

Freundel Stuart prime minister of Barbados has announced that his country will borrow over Bds$250 million (US $125 million) from the Washington-based Inter-American Development Bank in an effort to make itself energy-efficient and cut the country’s high fuel import bill.

Stuart noted that his country had an exceptionally high import fuel bill reaching as much as US$393 million, or six per cent of GDP, in 2011. Speaking at the opening of the three-day Sustainable Energy For All Conference attended by the Small Islands developing Sates, he said that high fuel costs were having a negative impact on his country’s overall competitiveness.

The funds will be spent on various renewable energy projects across the island.

Tuesday May 08, 2012

Kingston, Jamaica (TDN) -- Jamaica political parties investigate claims of receiving millions from convicted fraudster

Jamaica's Peoples National Party (PNP) and the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) are investigating allegations a Jamaican fraudster gave them millions in 2007.

Court documents from the Turks and Caicos claims that David Smith gave cash to both the JLP and the PNP.

Former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson is accused of accepting $1 million from Smith, who ran a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme through a phony investment group called Olint, a charge which he has vehemently denied.

Smith was convicted in a Florida court on wire fraud and money laundering charges and is facing 30 years in prison.

Tuesday May 08, 2012

Roseau, Dominica(TDN) -- Police officer on bail for gun charge is fired

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Fired police constable Ohssel Tyson.

Police sources are confirming the firing of constable Ohssel Tyson after he was arrested and charged for the theft of a government issued semi automatic pistol and several rounds of ammunition. It is believed that Tyson sold the unlicensed firearm to a civilian.

After his arrest by members of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) on April 7, 2012, he was arraigned in court and released on a $30 000 bail. He is awaiting trial.

Sunday May 06, 2012

Rio de Janerio, Brazil (TDN) -- Baptiste through to quarterfinals in Olympic boxing qualifying

Lenon Baptiste of Dominica is through to the quarterfinals of the pre- Olympic boxing qualifiers taking place in Brazil. He defeated Antiguan Joel Kirby by a score of 9 to 8 and will now face Carlos Góngora of Ecuador on May 8.

Baptiste is competing in the light heavyweight division and joins fellow Dominican Christopher Joseph who is through to the quarterfinals in the super heavyweight division. Both men have made it thus far against extraordinary odds and now have just two more fights to make it to the finals. There are eight boxers in the quarterfinal round.

Sunday May 06, 2012

Caracas, Venezuela (TDN) -- Replacements for Chavez possibly being considered

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The ailing Venezuelan leader is battling cancer.

Rumors continue to swirl in Venezuela that President Hugo Chavez will name a successor to run in the October presidential elections. Chavez 's frequent trips to Cuba for cancer treatment and lingering questions about his health continue to fuel the rumors.

Despite the government’s official position that there is no alternative to Chavez, several names have begun to circulate as possible replacements including foreign minister Nicolas Maduro, vice president Elias Jaua and national assembly president Diosdado Cabello.

Chavez has been in power since 1999 and his departure could have a profound impact on the Latin American region.

Sunday May 06, 2012

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (TDN) -- Laurent Lamothe is Haiti’s new prime minister

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Haitis prime minister Laurent Lamothe.

Laurent Lamothe has been named Haiti's prime minister. He is a former foreign minister. The announcement was made by presidential decree Friday.

President Michel Martelly signed the decree just hours after the lower chamber of deputies ratified Lamothe’s nomination to the post by a vote of 63-2.

Lamothe replaces Garry Conille who resigned last February after a falling out with president Martelly. His appointment appears to have been met with broad international support.

Sunday May 06, 2012

Kingston, Jamaica (TDN) -- Jamaica Police make arrests in lottery scams

Police in Jamaica have arrested six people following an investigation into wide ranging lottery scams. Those arrested are accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from U.S. citizens through the scams.

According to the Police, one of those arrested had more than $60,000 in an account believed to belong to the victims. They also say that they recovered lists of US victims giving their names and addresses.

Police believe that many of those scammed are elderly citizens who are easily tricked on parting with their money when promised greater reward or told that they had won some lottery but would need to give a certain amount of cash.

The most recent investigation was reportedly started when an elderly American citizen reported to the Police that he was scammed out of more than $120 000.

Tuesday May 01, 2012

St John's Antigua (TDN) -- LIAT Chairman dismisses reports of appointment of new CEO

The Chairman of the LIAT Board of Directors, Dr. the Hon. Jean Holder, has dismissed media rumours that a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has been appointed for the airline in the wake of the announcement by acting CEO Brian Challenger that he would be resigning from the post at the end of June.

“Absolutely no one has been interviewed, appointed or promised the job of CEO at LIAT,” the LIAT Chairman said, adding that “it is the Board of Directors’ intention, beginning immediately, to conduct the search for an appropriate candidate to serve as LIAT’s CEO at this critical juncture in the airline’s development.

“Mr. Challenger remains on the jobs for the next two months following which Chief Financial Officer Mrs. Julie Reifer-Jones will act as CEO until such time as arrangements for the appointment of a new CEO have been finalized,” the LIAT Chairman added.

Tuesday May 01, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Government to appoint special constables to stem rise in crime against visitors

The Dominica government has announced the appointment of 20 special constables to help in the fight against crimes committed on visitors and to upgrade security in the major tourist sites.

These constables will roam areas frequented by visitors such as the beaches and waterfalls and report suspicious activities to the Police.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said the appointment was part of a larger crime fighting plan under consideration by his government.

The announcement came following a sharp increase in crimes against tourists including rapes and robberies.

Tuesday May 01, 2012

Port of Spain, Trinidad (TDN) -- Trinidad sees increase in white collar crimes

Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago say that white collar crimes such as money laundering and fraud are rapidly on the rise in that country.

This has led Andrew Sabga president of the Chamber of Commerce to call for perpetrators of these crimes to be called to account if apparent misappropriation of funds was evident.

The authorities pointed to the recent CLICO Financial fiasco where scores of insurance policy holders in its Headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago and throughout the Caribbean were left unsure of recouping their investments after the company went bankrupt.

According to Sabga, those who perpetuate these crimes should be made to return funds when convicted. He also called for swift justice for offenders.

Tuesday May 01, 2012

St Georges, Grenada (TDN) -- Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada may be headed for conflict over oil

Trinidad and Tobago and Grenada appear to be headed for confrontation over the spoils of exploration for two of the country’s deep water blocks which were up for bid last week.

The offshore acreage blocks claimed by Trinidad are said to be located North East of the Trinidadian border and on the international boundary with Grenada.

Trinidad and Tobago’s energy minister has confirmed the blocks run through Grenadian territory but insists that negotiations were held with Grenada in April 2010 concerning his country’s claims.

Sunday April 29, 2012

Calibishie, Dominica (TDN) -- Police arrest two for robbery and rape of American citizen

Police in Dominica have arrested two men from Wesley in connection with the robbery and rape of a woman in Calibishie. The woman who is from the United States of America is said by Police to have been residing in Calibishie for over nine years.

Police refused to name those arrested only indicating that they are still persons of interest who are helping in the investigation. The woman was assaulted last weekend by two armed and masked men who reportedly beat her with a cutlass. She is reported to have for the US because she feared for her life.

Sunday April 15, 2012

St John's, Antigua (TDN) -- Outsourcing of LIAT Cargo & Quikpak in Antigua

Representatives of the Antigua & Barbuda Workers' Union (ABWU) and the Management of LIAT (1974) Ltd. met on Friday 13th April, 2012 under the auspices of the Dr. the Honourable Errol Cort, Minister of Labour, Government of Antigua & Barbuda to seek to resolve matters relating to the outsourcing of LIAT Quikpak & Cargo Operations in Antigua.

The meeting agreed to a request from the Minister for a two (2) week extension of the time-frame for a consultation between the company and select representatives of the company's unions.

That consultation will be chaired by the Minister of Labour and is intended to provide an opportunity for additional dialogue between the unions and the company on the company's business plans for 2012 and going forward.

The meeting agreed that both sides will seek to reconvene on Monday 23rd April, 2012 to finalize these matters.

Monday April 11, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Police officer released on $30 000 bail

Police officer Ohssel Tyson who was arrested and charged for the theft of a Police firearm was released on a $30 000 bail after appearing before a Roseau magistrate on Tuesday. He is required to turn in his travel documents and report twice weekly to the Roseau Police station.

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Dominica secures gold at CARIFTA games

Dominica on Monday won a gold medal at the 2012 CARIFTA Games in Bermuda.

Luan Gabriel came first in the female under seventeen 200 meters event to secure Dominica’s only gold medal at the games winning the race in 24.35 seconds.

Earlier in the games another Dominican athlete Shanee Angol secured a bronze medal in the women’s under 17 Javelin with a throw of 35.71meters.

The Jamaicans ended the championships with a massive 77 medals - 34 gold, 24 silver and 19 bronze medals - with The Bahamas running second best with 38 medals (13 gold, 13 silver, 12 bronze) and Trinidad and Tobago's 24 medals (eight gold, nine silver, seven bronze) rounding out the top three.

Monday April 9, 2012

Port-au-Prince, Haiti(TDN) -- 27 die in traffic accident in Haiti

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The accident left 27 people dead.

Police in Haiti says that 27 merchants were killed just outside the country’s capital when the truck they were driving in fell off a hillside. The truck was filled with merchants transporting goods to the countryside.

Michel Martelly's office said in a statement that the passengers died when their truck flipped on National Highway 2 near the western town of Petit Goave. Thirty people were wounded, the office said.

It is believed that the brakes on the truck failed as it tried to drive up a steep hill, causing it to roll backward. It then veered off the side of the highway.

Fatal traffic accidents are common in Haiti. In January, as many as 29 people died on one of the capital's busiest streets when a truck's brakes failed and the driver crashed onto a sidewalk and ran over street vendors and motorcycle drivers.

Monday April 9, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Police officer arrested

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Police Officer Ohssel Tyson.

Police Chief Cyril Carette has confirmed reports that a police officer has been arrested. He confirmed the arrest of police constable Ohssel Tyson, by members of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) on April 7, 2012.

Tyson is said to have been involved in selling an unlicensed firearm to a civilian and also is being probed for other offences. Reports also indicate that the officer was under police watch for a while before the arrest was made.

Saturday March 31, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Photographs confirming sodomy by gay tourists published

Photographs have recently surfaced of Hart and Myer engaged in sexual activity in full view of the public aboard Celebrity Cruises, which was docked at the port in Roseau. The two were subsequently arrested, charged and fined by the Dominica Police before being released.

Their arrest stirred controversy across the gay community in the United States and became the subject of more media coverage.

The photos can be seen at TDN FAcebook Page. The photos are graphic and viewer discretion is advised.

Sunday March 25, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Pharmacist and National Olympic president John Charles has died

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John Charles dead at age 65.

Well known Dominican pharmacist John Anthony Charles owner of J.A.Charles Pharmacy has died at the age of 65. Charles who was also an avid boxer and body builder and served as President of the Dominica Olympic Committee from 2009. He is said to have collapsed suddenly at a residential home in Elmshall.

Despite valiant efforts by medical staff to save his life he subsequently succumbed. The cause of death is not known and police say that a post mortem will be conducted.

Charles is survived by his wife Patricia Charles, a former manager at the Agriculture and Industrial (AID) Bank of Dominica and his children and other relatives.

Friday March 23, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Siblings sentenced to 15 years for murder

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The three siblings were all found complicit in the death of their brother.

A High Court in Dominica has sentenced convicted murderers Herbert Xavier, Lauretta Xavier and Manuella Williams to 15 years each in prison for their role in the death of their brother Harrison Williams on September 24, 2010.

On March 9, 2012 the three siblings from the village of Soufriere were found guilty by a nine member jury. During the trial, the court heard that Williams suffered multiple injuries to his head and upper body and also had two fractures to his ribs.

In his defense, Herbert Xavier maintained that he was simply defending himself from his brother while the two sisters claimed they had no part in the beatings.

A large crowd of onlookers descended on the court to hear the verdict read by High Court judge Cottle.

Thursday March 22, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Fishermen lost at sea found with 10 000 Euros

Three men who were reported missing last week after a fishing expedition have been rescued but are now under investigation by the authorities.

“Ian Liverpool and Aronian Larond of Grandbay and Junior Xavier of Newtown were missing for about three days before been rescued by a passing tanker just outside of Martinique. They were taken to Martinique and after a search, were found to be in possession of 10 000 Euros and Police now suspect that they may have been involved in the illicit drug trade.

The men have since been brought back to Dominica by the Coast Guard and the Police are continuing their investigations.

Saturday March 17, 2012

Road Town, BVI (TDN) -- Police identify BVI shooting victim

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20 year old Kawanna Todd Rhymer.

Police in the British Virgin Island has confirmed the shooting death of 20 year old Kawanna Todd Rhymer of Grand Fond, Dominica outside a night club in Tortola.

Hours after her death, 23 year old Alcedo Tyson turned himself in to the authorities and has since been charged in the murder of Kawanna.

Rhymer’s death comes just one day after another Dominican from the same village but working in Antigua was buried after been gunned down while she worked at a gas station during a botched robbery.

Like Dorothy Prince who was killed in Antigua, Rhymer was also a gas station attendant, employed at Delta Petroleum.

Police say Rhymer was shot to death shortly after 4:00 A.M on Friday morning during an altercation with a young man. She was pronounced dead on the scene a parking lot of Deuces Night Club at the entrance to CSY dock at Baughers Bay.

Meanwhile, BVI Premier Dr. D. Orlando Smith has expressed his sympathy on Facebook.

“My condolences to the family and loved ones of the Dominican lady shot and killed early this morning. I can only imagine the grief you are feeling but I know that the RVIPF will do everything in its power to bring the perpetrator to justice,” he said.

Friday March 16, 2012

Road Town, BVI (TDN) -- Dominican shot to death in BVI

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The victim is pronounced dead at the scene.

Just one day after a Dominican working in Antigua was buried after been gunned down, another Dominican female has been shot to death this time in the British Virgin Islands.

Like the young lady in Antigua, the recent victim in the BVI was also a gas station attendant, employed at Delta Petroleum. Details are still sketchy and Police have not released the name of the victim.

Police say the young woman was shot to death shortly after 4:00 A.M on Friday morning during an altercation with a young man. She was pronounced dead on the scene a parking lot of Deuces Night Club at the entrance to CSY dock at Baughers Bay.

No arrests have been made but Police believe that they know the attacker.

Wednesday March 14, 2012

Marigot, Dominica (TDN) -- Former Prime Minister Edison James radio interview

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Edison James.

Former Prime Minister Edison James was the guest of “This Week in Interview” on Wednesday March 14, 2012 Live on TDN Radio and Q95 FM.

James who was recently reinstated as Opposition Leader and Head of the United Workers Party discussed the future plans of his party as well as the current social, political and economic situation facing the country.

Monday February 27, 2012

Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- Four arrested for murder including Police Officer

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Dorothy Prince.

Antigua- Police commissioner Vere Browne has announced the arrest of all four men they believe were involved in the murder of Dorothy Prince of Dominica at an Antigua service station where she worked.

Among those arrested is a police officer and a former member of the Antigua Defense Force. The other two men are said to be well known to the courts and the four are said to be in their early 20s and 30s.

The men are expected to be formally charged later this week, at which time their names will be revealed.

Prince was killed when the masked men stormed the gas station and took away almost $6 000. Although Prince and the two other attendants did not resist the robbery, she was shot three times as the men made their escape from the station just over two weeks ago.

Tuesday February 21, 2012

Port-Au-Prince, Haiti (TDN) -- USAID intervenes in Haiti to offset charcoal industry

The U.S. Agency for International Development say it plans to build a small market in Haiti to offset the charcoal industry.

The Agency has awarded a $7.2 million contract to Chemonics International Inc. so it can help businesses with the production and sales of charcoal cook stoves and liquefied petroleum gas stoves.

In Haiti, the practice of burning charcoal has led to widespread deforestation and it is estimated that only about 2 percent of the country is still left with forests.

Charcoal is derived by the burning of wood covered under dirt.

Tuesday February 21, 2012

Bridgetown, Barbados (TDN) -- Red Jet to increase fares on selected routes

Low cost carrier Red Jet based in Barbados.

Low-cost carrier REDjet, based in Barbados has announced that it will increase its fares for the period leading up to and after Easter for passengers travelling to and from Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad .

When the airline began operations about ten months ago, fares were set as low as US$9.99. However during the period March 1 to April 30 fares will increase to a minimum of US$39.99 for those routes.

Redjet also indicated that fares could rise to as high as US$99 if booking is done within two weeks of flight date or if there is strong demand and the lowest fare seats are sold out.

After tax is added and not considering any “extras” the total cost of the REDjet one-way promotional flight totals US$115.80. Extras include priority boarding (US$10), baggage (starting at US$10 for small luggage up to US$25 for larger ones), travel insurance ($9.40) and text message confirmation (US$1).


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