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Managua, Nicaragua's capital. A 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit off the Nicaraguan coast about 50 miles from the capital on Saturday.
Prime Minister David Cameron hosts a meeting with the Heads of the Overseas Territories and the Chief Ministers of the Crown Dependencies Anti-poverty campaigners have urged David Cameron to build on his agreement with Britain's network of Crown dependencies and overseas territories to forge a global deal on tackling tax evasion.
Vice-President of the Rotaract Club of Montego Bay Rayon Reid and Director Alwyn Taylor pose with the five awards received by the club at the District Rotaract Conference in the Cayman Islands.