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Asserting that rap is based on three pillars: sex, drugs and protest, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, wants cultural leaders to devise a means of controlling rather than banning the music. “If it is impossible to stop, then we must lead it and direct it,” the Russian President was quoted as saying in an Associated Press (AP) […]

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Saint Lucia police who launched an investigation into a report of a kidnapping in the City, have disclosed that based on information obtained, the incident involved a domestic dispute. Earlier this week, a WhatsApp message warned people to be on the lookout for a white Daihatsu Terios vehicle. The message, which was widely circulated, suggested […]

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(CMC) – A shocking batting collapse, inspired by Test left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, sent Jamaica Scorpions to a stunning 41-run defeat inside three days, in their opening match of the Regional Four-Day Championship here Saturday. Set a paltry 107 for victory after bowling Barbados Pride out for 187 in their second innings at lunch, Scorpions ...

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(CMC) – Interim West Indies one-day captain Rovman Powell conceded Friday leaving out speedster Oshane Thomas had been a mistake in the Caribbean side’s selection for the decisive third One-Day International. Following the comprehensive eight-wicket loss, Powell said they had misjudged the conditions and opted for the extra spin option in the form of left-armer ...

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(CMC) – Bermudian striker Jonté Smith scored his 11th goal of the season as Lewes routed lowly Brightlingsea Regent 5-0 to go top of the Bostik League Premier Division at the Dripping Pan on Wednesday night. Smith, 24, headed in the home side’s fifth goal from close range on the stroke of half-time as Lewes ...

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(CMC) – Chief selector Courtney Browne has urged a “bigger commitment” from Evin Lewis, after the left-handed opener was named in a 15-man Twenty20 squad for the three-match series against Bangladesh. The player’s future has been shrouded in doubt in recent times, especially after abruptly pulling out of the recent tour of India for “personal ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) says it has launched a new fund to provide financial support and stability for the region’s cultural and creative industries. It said the Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) will provide grants for innovative projects within the creative industries sector and was established with an initial ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica government has signed a new four year wage agreement with the Jamaica Police Federation (JPF). The accord was signed late Friday and followed months of negotiations. Finance and Public Service Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke told the signing ceremony that the accord would not only mean that the number of public servants ...

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(CMC) – A High Court judge has given three Jamaican students permission to challenge the decision of the Immigration Division to refuse to renew their student permits that would have allowed them to remain here to study Hinduism at a school in Central Trinidad. Justice Ricky Rahim has granted leave to Ravi Rambarran, the students’ ...

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(CMC) – The Trinidad and Tobago government has signed a new agreement with the BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) as the oil company announced the sanction for two new gas developments offshore. A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister said that the agreement signed on Friday concludes “the first phase of this country’s ...

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