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Three straight for Lyon's Women
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - Lyon scored three goals in five minutes to beat Wolfsburg 4-1 in extra time and win the Women's Champions League for the third year running yesterday.After an often-quiet 90 minutes, the final roared into life in extra time when...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Lead Stories

Gender Justice -UWI must address sexual harassment, says professor

The University of the West Indies (UWI) is being urged to address the often ignored issue of sexual harassment on its campuses.While commending the UWI for the launch of its gender policy on Tuesday, Professor V. Eudine Barriteau warned that...

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News

Earth Today | Men under threat in natural disasters

JAMAICAN AND Caribbean men at the margins of society, namely those who are poor, have disabilities or who are gay, are among those at highest risk in natural disasters.Such is the revelation of Dr Leith Dunn, senior lecturer and head of the...

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Sports

Nicholson on fire in Slovenia

Former Boys' Town forward Shamar Nicholson has struck a rich vein of form after a relatively slow start in the Slovenian Premier League.Yesterday, Nicholson scored once and provided an assist as his club, Domzale, whipped Triglav 4-0. The 21-year-...

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Entertainment

Inspiration adds to education - 'No Violence in Love for Girls' tour goes to high schools

The 'No Violence In Love' campaign, launched in 2017 to bring awareness to and reinforce positive images in the minds of the Jamaican population in general, this year narrowed its focus to high school girls with the launch of the 'No Violence In...

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Commentary

Editorial | Dirk should prosecute existing cases
Karl Harrison, the chairman of the recently-promulgated Integrity Commission, has named the acting heads of the three divisions that will be critical to the work, and ultimately, the success of the commission. Unfortunately, Justice Harrison stopped...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | The new normal is not normal
THE EDITOR, Sir Peter Champagnie in a letter to the Gleaner of May 21, 2018, stated, inter alia, " ... the Government's crime-fighting initiative in the way of zones of special operations (ZOSOs) and states of emergency has proven to be effective...

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Social

Something Extra | Thursday

We can give you 100 ways in which Kelly Tomblin, former CEO of JPS, excited specially invited guests at the recent launch of her new book, 100 Days of Doing Power Differently - Change your leadership, Change the World. But we'll let our pictures do...

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Food

Pastry done just right

With over 16 years of culinary experience in the art of pastry making, Chef Peggy Nelson has become a fundamental staple within The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. Her expertise has contributed to the flavourful array of savoury pastry available within the...

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World News

Estimated 7,000 bodies may be buried at former asylum

STARKVILLE, Mississippi (AP):Some of the boxes stacked inside anthropologist Molly Zuckerman's laboratory contain full bones a skull, a jaw, or a leg. Others contain only plastic bags of bone fragments that Zuckerman describes as "grit".These...

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