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The suspect in an assault that was recorded on video that quickly went viral has been arrested and charged, Acting Assistant Superintendent of Police Elvis Thomas has disclosed. Thomas identified the suspect as Roddy Jarvy James. He told reporters Thursday that James was charged with wounding and damage to property and was due to appear […]

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Two days after a fire destroyed a wooden structure in Talvern, Babonneau, police are reporting that the charred remains of a man were discovered in the rubble. Police said the remains have been identified as that of Steve Bernard, popularly known as “Bico’. According to police, a foul smell from the rubble led to neighbours ...

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ICC- Zimbabwe Cricket has been suspended with immediate effect. The ICC Board unanimously decided that Zimbabwe Cricket, an ICC Full Member, is in breach of Article 2.4 (c) and (d) of the ICC Constitution which imposes an obligation on Members to provide a process for free and democratic elections and to ensure that there is …
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Police are investigating the discovery of a charred body Thursday morning in the rubble of a  house fire  that occurred earlier this week at Talvern, Babonneau. A senior law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that the deceased was identified as Steve Bernard, alias ‘Bico’, 51. A relative said he was mentally challenged. “He was […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has said on his official Facebook page that he really enjoyed this year’s Saint Lucia carnival celebrations which organisers have dubbed a resounding success. On Carnival Monday Chastanet briefly jumped up with some female revellers at Vigie, Castries. “I really enjoyed this years Carnival celebrations. On Monday, when numerous revellers asked […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The St Catherine Adult Correctional Centre has created 30 products, which it is looking to place on the market shortly. These items, which have received the endorsement of the Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Audley Shaw, include various sauces, wines, beers, syrups, pudding and porridge mixes, tea, and a lotion ...

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(AFP) — British MPs on Thursday backed a measure that would frustrate any attempt to force through a no-deal Brexit by suspending parliament, helped by several rebel members of the governing Conservatives. The measure, which passed by 315 votes to 274, is a major setback for former London mayor Boris Johnson, who is expected to ...

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(CMC) — The United States Customs and Border Protection agency says officers arrested a Jamaican man at the Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on a Palm Beach County, Florida, felony arrest warrant for sex offenses on a child. On Wednesday, the agency said officers arrested Vivian Linton Vickers, 43, as soon as he deplaned ...

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(AP) — Thousands of Philippine police officers have received administrative punishments with more than 2,000 dismissed for wrongdoings during raids where drug suspects were killed under the president’s crackdown, officials said Thursday. Communications Assistant Secretary Marie Rafael Banaag told a news conference that 14,724 police were investigated for their involvement in police drug operations that ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Peta-Gay Ffrench, the woman accused of stealing a baby from Victoria Jubilee Hospital on January 8, pleaded guilty to the charge when she appeared in the Supreme Court a short while ago. She is to be sentenced on September 19. The 27-year-old woman, who is from Harkers Hall in St Catherine, was ...

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