October 17, 2019

Cayman Islands honour all who served

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His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Martyn Roper and the Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin, attended the Remembrance Sunday Parade and Ceremony at Elmslie Memorial Church on Sunday, 11 November 2018. The well attended event saw the laying of wreaths at both the Cenotaph and the Seamen’s Memorial. This year’s event also marked the centenary of the […]

Honouring all who served

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Please see main story published today “Cayman Islands honours all who served”. Following the service at Elmslie Memorial Church, the Governor hosted a reception at Government House for around 25 veterans. Mr. Roper commented: “It was an honour to attend the service today and to see so many, both young and old, commemorating the sacrifices […]

An absence of peace: When is a war actually a war?

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By Jonathan Marcus From BBC Earlier this month, a relic from World War Two intruded into daily life in north London. A 500lb Luftwaffe bomb was discovered by builders excavating in the leafy suburb of Brondesbury. Local homes were evacuated, local train services were closed down. Eventually the weapon was made safe and finally removed […]

Zika Virus 2016 Update: World War 1 antiseptic can prevent spread?

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By Susmita Pathak Mishra From Australian Network News Zika virus medical intervention has found that there is an old method of preventing the spread of the disease using Acriflavine antiseptic from World War I and II. What is Zika virus Acriflavine antiseptic? The study has been conducted by Hudson Institute of Medical Research’s molecular biologists Michael Gantier […]

Pope to marry couples ‘living in sin’

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From Voice of America Pope Francis on Sunday plans to marry 20 couples whose relationships would traditionally be considered sinful, as he works to make the Catholic Church more inclusive. The mass wedding at St. Peter’s Basilica will include couples who have been living together out of wedlock and those who already have children. This […]