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The Minister of National Security Senator Hermingild Francis says he sympathizes with the Pratt family from the United Kingdom for the inordinate delay in getting justice for the slain John Pratt.  John Pratt was killed some 4 years ago, while he and his wife slept in their yacht in the Vieux Fort bay. Senator Francis …
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A police stop and search operation along the Castries Gros Islet highway Friday, resulted in the arrest of a Jamaican national for possession of an illegal gun and ammunition, law enforcement officials said. Police effected the arrest about 1:30 p.m, it was reported. According to information obtained by St Lucia Times, the police stopped a […]

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The Salvation Army’s kettle drive was handed over to some special persons in the community. The traditional kettle collection attracted the support of the community and corporate entities. Beneficiaries of this yearly effort had their spirits lifted for the season.
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National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis has declared in response to calls on social media for his resignation, that he works at the behest of the prime minister. “If the prime minister believes I am not being as efficient as I can be, then it is his prerogative to decide to change me,” the former Deputy […]

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Former US president Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have been named the most admired man and woman by Americans in an annual Gallup poll, ABC News has reported. This year was Mr Obama’s 11th consecutive year of being crowned the most admired man in the list, and he’s just one year short of […]

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Former Suriname guerrilla leader turned politician, Ronnie Brunswijk, has defended a decision to rain money from a helicopter on the village of  Moengo Tapoe. According to news reports, video footage of the ABOP party leader dropping the cash  in eastern Suriname, first appeared on Sunday. Local media said villagers could be seen scrambling to collect […]

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts — The speaker of the St Kitts and Nevis National Assembly, Michael Perkins, has been accused of colluding with the government on Monday, in blocking a full debate of a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris. After leader of the opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas, spoke for two hours […]

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CARACAS, Venezuela — When Reuters revealed in November 2018 that the Venezuelan government had contracted with the Chinese company ZTE to develop a national biometric identification system, public reactions were mixed. The report stirred outrage both in Venezuela and internationally. But for those who have closely followed the Venezuelan government as it has tightened its […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — The board of directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved a loan of US$36.6 million and a grant of £25 million to the government of Belize, to upgrade the Coastal Highway. The funds will be used to improve climate resilience along the road, and increase connectivity between the southern and […]

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