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Barbados ditches Queen Elizabeth to become republic

Dawn 01 Dec 2021
Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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New beginning: Barbados ditches Britain's Queen Elizabeth to become a republic

Straits Times 30 Nov 2021
BRIDGETOWN (REUTERS) - Barbados ditched Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday (Nov 30) with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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Barbados ditches Queen Elizabeth

Business Day 30 Nov 2021
Bridgetown — Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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Barbados ditches Britain's Queen Elizabeth to become a republic

Gulf Daily News 30 Nov 2021
Barbados ditched Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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A new republic is born: Barbados removes Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state

The Times of India 30 Nov 2021
Barbados ditched Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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Barbados ditches Britain’s Queen Elizabeth to become a republic

The Wire 30 Nov 2021
Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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'NEW BEGINNING': Barbados ditches Britain's Queen Elizabeth

Canoe 30 Nov 2021
BRIDGETOWN — Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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A new republic is born: Barbados ditches Britain’s Queen Elizabeth

Metro USA 30 Nov 2021
BRIDGETOWN (Reuters) -Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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‘New beginning’: Barbados ditches Britain’s Queen Elizabeth

Metro USA 30 Nov 2021
BRIDGETOWN (Reuters) -Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island.
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Barbados farewells queen, becomes republic, declares Rihanna a national hero

South China Morning Post 30 Nov 2021
Barbados ditched Britain’s Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic on Tuesday ...
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A republic is born: Prince Charles, Rihanna watch as Barbados ditches the Queen

Sydney Morning Herald 30 Nov 2021
At the strike of midnight, a republic was born and the last colonial bonds severed nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived on the island ....
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Barbados inaugurates President as head of state replacing the Queen

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 30 Nov 2021
Barbados removes Queen Elizabeth as head of state, forging a new republic with its first-ever president and severing its last remaining colonial bonds nearly 400 years after the first English ships arrived at the Caribbean island ... .

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