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Farrakhan: Away with The Queen! Seek reparation
"Reparation is what we must seek, but it will not happen if we must go and beg England for it," said Farrakhan from the platform of the National Arena.

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Today's Issue Published: Monday | October 20, 2014
Lead Stories

Crazy law. 1945 act could bar deaf, blind, mentally ill from entering Jamaica
People living with disabilities could find themselves barred from entering Jamaica if immigration officials strictly enforce a 1945 law which lists people who are "deaf and dumb or deaf and blind, or dumb and blind" as prohibited immigrants.

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News

Retired librarian to be honoured
When Patricia Cuff began working at the Jamaica Library Service (JLS) in 1965, it was completely different from what it is today.

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Sports

Lloyd apologises, says walkout a 'mistake'
NEW DELHI, India (CMC): West Indies chief selector, Clive Lloyd, has apologised for the one-day side's abrupt walkout of the tour of India and says the players have made a mistake.

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Commentary

EDITORIAL - Targeting the Chinese
Something positive may yet be salvaged from that ghastly incident last week in St Catherine in which four men transporting the pay bill for workers building the North-South highway were ambushed and shot dead. It seems that, at last, the authorities are taking security on the site seriously.

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Letters

LETTER OF THE DAY - Don't drop the catch, Dave Cameron
THE EDITOR, Sir: Whether Wavell Hinds "hoodwinked" the 15 players who toured India or not, WICB President Dave Cameron has been gifted an opportunity to become the man that history will remember as being the saviour of West Indies cricket.

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Entertainment

Davis presents 'Dripping Blood'
Gospel came to Redbones Blues Café last Thursday as Carlene Davis first introduced her new CD, Dripping Blood, to the wide cross section of invited guests and then completed the evening with a concert.

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Flair

anne martin IMAN sole Jamaican agent
IMPALA INC, the parent company for IMAN Cosmetics, seeks to offer more parity in pricing between the Caribbean Region and the United States (US) mainland, given the proximity.

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Social

Something Extra
We know you didn't get enough so here is another serving of the grand masked event, the 2014 Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week launch.

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International

CDC to revise Ebola protocol, cover all skin
WASHINGTON (AP): Revised guidance for health-care workers treating Ebola patients will include using protective gear "with no skin showing", a top federal health official said yesterday, and the Pentagon announced it was forming a team to assist medical staff in the United States, if needed.

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