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Against the backdrop of a recent upsurge in violent crime, leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM), Therold Prudent, has asserted that the country has to find a way out of ‘this mess’ in 2019. “When murder, rape and other deviant criminal behaviours are no longer alarming or repulsive to the St Lucian conscience, it […]

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(CMC) – Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness Monday described former national security minister Dwight Nelson, who died on Sunday night as a true friend and someone who was always willing to give of himself in the service of his country”. Nelson 72, died at his home after being ill for some time. “Dwight dedicated his ...

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(CNN) The two sailors had been stranded on their boat for nearly three weeks. They were adrift and out of fuel, low on fresh water, and surviving off what fish they managed to catch. Their salvation came on Friday in an unexpected form: a massive cruise ship with 11 decks, a dining room, cafe, and […]

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(CMC) – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary-General, Irwin LaRocque, Monday said the 15-member regional integration grouping had made “some significant advances” during the past 12 months and was looking forward to the final year of the strategic plan to re-position CARICOM. In an end-of-year message, LaRocque said that CARICOM member countries had demonstrated a willingness and ...

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(CMC) – At least five people were killed and several others injured following weekend clashes among rival groups sparked by the shooting death of an opponent of Frandy Louis, a deputy leader of a political party here on Saturday. Police said that violence erupted after supporters of the man, identified only as “Bouligan” and Louis ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica government is exploring the possibility of strengthening legislation so as to ensure there are no breaches to the ban on single-use plastics, which takes effect on January, 1, 2019. Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Daryl Vaz, says the Andrew Holness administration will examine the ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Op­po­si­tion MP Bar­ry Padarath yes­ter­day hailed Guyana MP Cha­rran­das Per­saud as a hero for democ­ra­cy in the Caribbean and warned the Dr Kei­th Row­ley-led Gov­ern­ment that it could find it­self in a sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion. On Fri­day, Guyana Pres­i­dent David Granger’s coali­tion gov­ern­ment top­pled af­ter Per­saud vot­ed with the Op­po­si­tion in a no-con­fi­dence ...

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(CNN) More deadly tsunamis could strike the Indonesian coastline in the coming days, authorities warn, as the volcano which triggered the weekend’s devastating wave continues to erupt. At least 373 people have died from the tsunami, which struck the Indonesian coastline without warning Saturday night. Hundreds more are injured and more than two dozen remain […]

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