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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Guyana is putting arrangements in place to ensure the smooth sale of the country’s share of crude oil when production begins in the first quarter of next year, Dr Mark Bynoe, Director of the Department of Energy said Monday. Liza Destiny, the Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, is expected ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Po­lice are yet to es­tab­lish a mo­tive for the mur­der of Mario “Tat­too Man” Fran­cis who was shot dead on Sun­day night in Diego Mar­tin. At around 9 pm, Fran­cis was walk­ing along Up­per Ceme­tery Street when a gun­man ap­proached him and opened fire. He died at the scene. In an un­re­lat­ed ...

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(REUTERS) — A bloody clash between two prison gangs yesterday left at least 57 inmates dead with 16 of them decapitated, authorities in the state of Para said, the latest deadly clash as Brazil’s government struggles to control the country’s overcrowded jails. State authorities said the riot began around 7 a.m. local time (1000 GMT) ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — A woman and her daughter were murdered at their home in Eltham Park, St Catherine on Sunday night. Information received by the Jamaica Observer is that 37-year-old Winsome Williams and her 23-year-old daughter Daniella Carnegie, otherwise called “Bun”, had moved to Eltham Park recently in an effort to get a fresh start. ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — A Businessman told a High Court judge yesterday how he had to sell off his business and migrate because of a robbery in which his family was terrorised. Even as he left his hometown, he received threatening telephone calls, as the case remained pending for 13 years. Yesterday, Jason Mitchell and Keron ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Paul Burke, the outspoken former general secretary of the People’s National Party (PNP), has reacted with disbelief at the decision of his wife, Dr Angela Brown Burke, to endorse Peter Bunting over Dr Peter Phillips in the Opposition party’s presidential race. Several Comrades were shocked last Friday when Dr Dayton Campbell announced ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — With their savings stolen by thieves who shot and killed Moruga grandmother Merle Singh-Subero, her family said they do not have money for her funeral expenses. Singh-Subero’s son, Anthony Singh, said the family had been struggling to survive before the robbery, and with the stolen savings gone they were left with nothing. ...

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Saint Lucia’s Trade Union Federation (TUF) has accused the Government of reneging on the agreement reached during recent negotiations. TUF President, Julian Monrose told St Lucia Times that members met Monday to review the situation and were very unhappy. “When we met with the Government Negotiating Team (GNT) on July 1st,  we were of the […]

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Saint Lucia is among countries that are included in a new CARIFORUM study on Human Trafficking. According to a report in CARICOM Today, the study is expected to provide a greater understanding of the problem within and across  borders. Canadian firm, Dunn, Pierre, Barnett and Company, Canada Limited, has been engaged by CARIFORUM to conduct […]

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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis, asserting that he is a politician, has hinted to reporters here that he could contest the next general elections. In answer to the question of whether he would run, Francis disclosed that he has been bombarded with that query. “As I said, I am a politician and if the opportunity presents […]

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