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(BBC) – The first black woman has been appointed to lead an Oxbridge college. Sonita Alleyne, 51, who has been elected as the next master of Jesus College, Cambridge, will also be its first female appointee and will take up the role from October. Businesswoman and entrepreneur Alleyne said it was “an honour to be ...

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NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Guyana’s motor-racing ace, Kristian Jeffrey, was shot to the right ear on Sunday morning, moments after leaving the Buju Banton concert at the National Stadium, Providence. The two-time Caribbean Group Four champion and a friend who was in his company were also relieved of their personal belongings, including jewellery, cellular phone ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — A major police investigation is under way into the theft of 19 firearms and numerous rounds of assorted ammunition from a security company in Montego Bay, St James, one of three western parishes now under a state of public emergency. It is understood that the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) is also part ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Residents of May Pen, Clarendon, have been left terrified following a brazen daylight attack by criminals with high-powered weapons yesterday that left two cops injured. A police sergeant and a constable, both attached to the May Pen Police Station, were shot and injured as they attempted to foil a robbery at a ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Come 2020, citizens will have another option to choose when casting their votes in the general election. The “Patriotic Front”, T&T’s newest political party, has been launched. The party is the brainchild of Mickela Panday, daughter of former prime minister Basdeo Panday. Mickela officially launched the party in Chaguanas on May 24, ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Three girls all under the age of 18 were found at the house in which prison escapees Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley were hiding. The house at Ralph Narine Trace, Harris Village, is located next to the mangrove that leads to the Godineau River, which can take a boater into the Gulf ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Three men were gunned down in a parked vehicle at Fazal Avenue, Penal on Sunday night. Police said residents reported hearing several gunshots in the area at around 8pm. A video posted to social media showed three men slumped inside the vehicle. Police said the men were not immediately identified. And a ...

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The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, Andrea, died almost as fast as it formed near Bermuda last week. This was reportedly the fifth consecutive year a tropical storm had formed in the Atlantic before the official start of the hurricane season. Despite this, Maria Medard, deputy director of the National Emergency Management ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor CARACAS, Venezuela – Venezuelan ambassador to Russia, Carlos Tortosa, said, that despite the ongoing blockade by the United States, his country had found ways to defeat them and continue to advance his nation’s economic development. In an interview with the Russian agency RT, Tortosa said that, “when our president announced […]
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Provisions market vendors were Sunday busy preparing to commence operations on Monday at their temporary new location. Some were painting up their stalls  and other paraphernalia in readiness for business at the former location of the headquarters of the Saint Lucia Fire Service on Jeremie Street. “I feel good about it. Sometimes you live with […]

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