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            [post_content] => After admitting to playing a part in a group that distributes child pornography, a 25-year-old man in the Cayman Island was slapped with 10 charges that surrounds child porn. On Monday, Trevorne Obrian Daley was remanded to prison where his charges were related to eight photographs of individual children with seven of them being boys. The other charges also included possessing a quantity of indecent photographs of children, and using email to distribute the child pornography to another person within the Cayman Islands between January 2015 and December 2015.

Trevorne Obrian Daley, a work permit holder, was nabbed by lawmen when he drew attention to himself on befriending a boy on Facebook. He then moved to communicate with the boy via WhatsApp. According to Crown Counsel Kenneth Ferguson, authorities from the US had also raised an alert about indecent articles uploaded to Google Drive. When lawmen carried out a search that was warranted, more than a thousand pornographic images of children were reportedly discovered.

During the court hearing, Crown Cousel Ferguson despised bail as he cited the seriousness of the charges that Daley was given. He also pointed out that Daley, a work permit holder, did not have strong ties to the island. The convict now awaits May 31.
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Cayman Island Work Permit Holder On Child Pornography Possession & Distribution Charges

May 25, 2016
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After admitting to playing a part in a group that distributes child pornography, a 25-year-old man in the Cayman Island was slapped with 10 charges that surrounds child porn. On Mo...Continue reading

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            [post_content] => In the break of sugar being a shortage since dropping into a grinding economic crisis, Coca-Cola with be halting productions of its namesake drink in Venezuela. The news was sent via an email from the Atlanta-based company on Friday. It stated that the production of sugar-sweetened beverages will be suspended in the coming days prior to hearing from local suppliers that the raw material is on a shortage. Operations for sugar-free beverages will however continue and the company's offices and distribution centers will remain open.

With widespread food shortages and inflation forecast to surpass a whopping 700%, the decision was made as Venezuela's economy is teetering on the edge of collapse. Last month, Empresas Polar, Venezuela's largest food and beverage company, stopped production of beer because of a lack of imported barley.
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Coca-Cola Production In Venezuela Halted Due To Sugar Shortage

May 21, 2016
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            [post_content] => In just two weeks, St. Lucia will be having a new government even though it is almost a year earlier than constitutionally due. Yesterday evening, prime minister Dr. Kenny Anthony announced in a televised address to the nation that general elections have been scheduled for June 6. A week from now, nomination will occur. If was to go as scheduled, the poll would have occurred on the 5th of April, next year.

Even though the United Workers Party (UWP) called for early elections, the head of the ruling St. Lucia Labour Party said they are ready for the electorate.

“I have decided in the interest of our country, to call the general election several months ahead of its due date to ensure peace, stability and certainty in our country and its affairs,” the prime minister said.

While addressing the nation, Dr. Kenny Anthony was sure to highlight the progress the country saw under the SLP administration. Prior to announcing the date of the election, he also directed to supporters in the capital on a 15-point election plan that his party will initiate if it is re-elected to office. This include adding at least 2,000 new hotel room to reduce unemployment, raising the income tax threshold from EC$18,000 (US$6,666) to EC$30,000 (US$11,111), and establishing a tertiary education trust fund.
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May 20, 2016
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