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Many nations in the Caribbean and Latin America have a new momentum in 2019. Nations that have invested and worked hard to make their economies strong at home and attractive to those abroad are reaping the rewards. Each nation’s story is unique, but within them can be found shared lessons for all.

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Joseph “Reds” Perreira turned 80 on May 20 and deserves more than congratulatory words for this milestone. Reds came to Saint Lucia from his native Guyana in 1984 to head the OECS Sports Desk and still follows sports with great passion, even after the end of his 12-year role.

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NBC News:– A Utah judge has been suspended for six months without pay after he made a series of critical statements about President Donald Trump online and in his courtroom over the past few years. The Utah Supreme Court filed its court ruling this past week on Judge Michael Kwan’s actions. Kwan, who has served as […]

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Jamaica Observer:– More than 400 motorcycle riders have died on Jamaica’s roads in the past four years, but still, bikers continue to put their lives at risk, creating a major challenge to other road users, and it appears that neither the police nor the Road Safety Unit in the Ministry of Transport have a clue how to […]

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(NEW YORK TIMES) — The Toronto Raptors eliminated the Milwaukee Bucks, 100-94, Saturday night in the sixth game of their Eastern Conference playoff series, bringing the N.B.A. finals to Canada for the first time. The win — Toronto’s fourth straight in the best-of-seven conference finals — cemented a stunning comeback for a Raptors team used ...

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(NEWSDAY) — The remaining two escapees who were among eight who escaped from prison two weeks ago were recaptured today (May 25) in South Orpouche. According to police, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley were held at Ralph Narine Trace, South Oropouche by the Special Operations Response Team. The arrest of the men went off without ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — A 50-year-old chain saw operator appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court Friday charged with the murder of his reputed wife 39-year-old Farida Khayum at their Riverstown, Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast home. Davenand Narine was not required to plea to the capital offence which alleged that on ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Having always envisioned a career on the international level, dancehall artiste Shenseea may be one step closer to making that dream a reality. Not only did the artiste land a huge collaboration with international, Grammy-nominated rapper Tyga, but the ‘Shenyeng Boss’ also signed her first major international record deal. Shenseea is now ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Three men and a community dog were killed in separate road crashes, which occurred just hours apart in Westmoreland on Thursday (May 23). The three victims have been identified as 20-year-old Odain Morgan, a labourer of Hartford district; 49-year-old Devon Morrison, of Shrewsbury district; and 21-year-old Andre Daley of Bartley Street, Savanna-la-Mar, ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The Papine Police are now investigating the shooting death of a businessman in Mona Common, St Andrew yesterday. Dead is 38-year-old Damion Williams, otherwise called ‘Ugly Man’, of Mona Common, Kingston 6. The incident occured shortly after 9:00 pm. Reports from the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Corporate Communications Unit (CCU), are that Williams ...

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