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(CMC) – The chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), James Patterson, has warned of an orchestrated plan to stall the November 12 Local Government Elections (LGE). He says GECOM has been facing “designs and machinations to stymie the operation and coming into force, the coming elections” and that there is “mischief afoot internal and ...

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(BBC) — A teenage girl who called 999 to report she was in an unknown location with a man who had just raped her was found by police using a drone. The 16-year-old contacted police in the early hours of Saturday to say she was on land in Boston with her attacker. Police recognised the ...

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(CMC) – St. Lucia will host the first Forum of the Caribbean Nationally Determined Contributions Finance Initiative (NDC FI) later this month. The October 11-12 initiative is one of two events being held here to raise public awareness on the impacts of climate change. The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission said that an ...

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(CMC) – The Press Association of Jamaica (PAJ) has called on Prime Minister Andrew Holness to address what it called the “loutish behaviour” of his State Minister Everald Warmington, who clashed with a reporter earlier this week. “On numerous occasions in the past, he (Warmington) has verbally abused members of the press without any satisfactory ...

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — Ineta Liburd, the mother of two of yesterday’s shooting victims, is appealing to the government for help to get out of the country with the rest of her family. Her plea comes as she received reports last night that her brother, Calvin “Burger” James, was back in her village looking for her, ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Health authorities say they are closely monitoring reported sightings of bed bugs mainly in public spaces in Barbados, and are asking householders to report any sightings on their premises to the Environmental Health Department. Acting Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr Kenneth George said that while the Ministry of Health and […]

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