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Saint Lucia to transition to organic farming
15 August 2017 - Saint Lucia's agriculture will soon transition from the use of toxic to non-toxic organic chemicals. Seven farms will pilot an Organic Farming Transitionary Project funded by GEF. (more)

St Lucia celebrates independence
23 February 2007 - Thousands of cheering islanders lined the streets of St Lucia's capital as children danced and sang patriotic songs to celebrate the Caribbean island's independence from Britain 28 years ago. (more)

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Maharishi Vedic Agriculture provides solutions for Saint Lucia's economy
25 July 2008 - Plans are underway to revitalize Saint Lucia's once-flourishing banana industry by developing a Maharishi Vedic Agriculture programme in that country. (more)

Businessmen in Saint Lucia express interest in Transcendental Meditation Technique's effect on brain
14 July 2008 - Speaking 9 July 2008 on Maharishi's Global Family Chat, Raja Pat Barrett, Raja of Invincible Saint Lucia for the Global Country of World Peace, and Dr David Lee Sheng Tin, National Director of Trinidad and Tobago, reported on the success of a recent lecture on Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Technique and the brain held in Saint Lucia. (more)

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Hundreds killed in Sri Lanka
11 May 2009 - The United Nations on Monday said attacks in Sri Lanka that killed hundreds were the tragedy it had long feared, while the Tamil Tigers and government traded blame ahead of UN Security Council talks about the war. In the latest and largest reported assault on civilians trapped in the war zone, hundreds of people were reported killed on Sunday and Monday in artillery barrages that struck the less than 5 sq km (2 sq mile) strip of territory the separatist rebels control. A doctor in the war zone, paid by the government but whose personal safety is at the whim of the Tigers, said at least 433 people had been killed, and 1,347 people had been wounded in two days of shelling. Getting a clear picture of events in the war zone -- known as the Wanni -- is next to impossible, as it is generally closed to outsiders and those within it are not fully independent of pressure that is often applied at gunpoint. (more)


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