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DHAKA, Bangladesh, Feb 4, CMC – West Indies left-hander, Evin Lewis, confirmed his return to form when he thumped an unbeaten half-century to propel Comilla Victorians to a convincing eight-wicket win over Chris Gayle’s Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League here Monday. Playing in the first qualifier at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Victorians ...

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L’ Anse Road resident, Michael Beharry, says his mentally challenged son, Mervin Beharry, had a toy gun in his possession when he was shot by the police Monday morning. The father told St Lucia Times that he was at home taking his medication when he heard four gunshots. “I went down the road and I […]

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HAMILTON, Bermuda, Feb 4, CMC – Bermuda will host the ICC America’s Region T20 World Cup qualifying tournament later this year, the Bermuda Cricket Board (BCB) announced on Monday The double elimination tournament will see Bermuda take on regional rivals Canada, the United States and Cayman Islands between August 15 and 25. The top two ...

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 4, CMC – In-form all-rounder Keemo Paul has replaced suspended West Indies captain Jason Holder in the 14-man squad for the final Test of the three-match series against England starting in St. Lucia on Saturday. The 20-year-old Paul has played two Tests, the last coming against India in Rajkot last October. ...

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Hardly a day now passes in any CARICOM nation without the occurrence of some horrific incident of violent crime or misogynistic abuse of women. Indeed, just a few days ago we in Barbados learnt of the violent death of 29-year-old Jabar Lashley who was reportedly stabbed to death by a teenager—the ninth homicide of the ...

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(SNO) — Mary Williams, the mother of slain government accountant Kimberly Williams-De Leon is running out of patience and is getting frustrated with the pace of investigations into her daughter’s death. Mary, also known as Phillipa, told HTS News that she has made up her mind to put her “neck on the guillotine” to get ...

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(SNO) — An investigation is underway into a police shooting that occurred on Monday on L’Anse Road, Castries, near the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The injured man, identified as Mervin Beharry, is currently in stable condition at Victoria Hospital after sustaining two gunshot wounds to his chest and leg, according to law enforcement sources. Reports ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Kraigg Brathwaite will take over as captain and Keemo Paul has been added to the West Indies team as the Cricket West Indies (CWI) selection panel announced a 14-member squad to face England in the third and final Test match of the Wisden Trophy Series. The changes are enforced after captain Jason ...

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By Rachel Knowles NASSAU, Bahamas — At least 28 Haitian migrants drowned in the waters off Abaco in The Bahamas, and 17 were rescued after their sloop ran aground on Saturday, Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) officials said on Sunday. Troy Pritchard, Hope Town’s fire chief, described the scene as “simply heartbreaking”. Pritchard and his […]

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NEW YORK, USA — The crisis in Venezuela will not be solved by sanctions that “can lead to starvation”, a UN-appointed rights expert said last week. Special Rapporteur Idriss Jazairy, who reports to the Human Rights Council, issued the warning against the background of widespread suffering in the South American country, linked to spiralling economic […]

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