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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The US Coast Guard returned 74 Dominican migrants to law enforcement authorities in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on Tuesday night following the at-sea interdictions of four migrant vessels off Puerto Rico. The interdictions were a result of ongoing efforts in support of Operation Unified Resolve, Operation Caribbean Guard and the […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Officials from Britain’s export credit guarantee agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), are on a tour through several Independent Caribbean countries to promote their attractive credit guarantee and direct-lending products to commercial entities in need of financing. During the visit, the team led by Sam Hoexter, regional director to Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America […]

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NASSAU, Bahamas — The Caribbean Association of Banks concluded its 45th Annual general meeting and conference under the theme: “Banking in the Era of Digitization: The New Normal?” in The Bahamas on October 31 to November 2, 2018. The conference brought together over 230 banking stakeholders including regulators, retail and commercial bankers, service providers and […]

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Eight members of a nine-member jury in the BVI have returned a guilty verdict in a case where a 43-year-old man  had sex with his then 15 year old daughter. According to local news reports, the incident occurred two years ago. It was reported that the man testified that he was under the influence of […]

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By Dr Neals J. Chitan A new day dawned in January 2017 when a different approach to fighting crime was adopted and championed by St Kitts-Nevis’ ministry of national security and its determined and focused permanent secretary, Osmond Petty, and Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris. 2016 had taken the homicidal plotting graph to a record-breaking […]

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BBC:-  A woman has been jailed by the Irish courts for causing criminal damage to a €1.50 (£1.30) packet of crisps. Kathleen McDonagh, aged 25, opened some Pringles in a Tesco in the city of Cork before she had paid for them. The woman had been banned from the store, and told the court she opened […]

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By Tiberiu Dianu The 2018 midterm election seems to repeat the 2000 election Florida patterns. After the first results showing Republican victories in key states, tens of thousands of “lost” or “uncounted” votes are starting to emerge, while Democratic candidates pull back their concessions or refuse to concede. In return, they demand “all votes” to […]

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Dear Sir: Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi is continuing to attempt to lay the blame on the opposition United National Congress for his government’s failure to ensure passage of the three bills related to the Global Forum that, if not passed as he is alluding, would see Trinidad and Tobago being blacklisted and would result in […]

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Dear Sir: The employers’ organisations are pursuing a well thought out plan of attack against the trade union movement and judges of the Industrial Court. In an article entitled: Chamber Welcomes Industrial Climate Talks in the Trinidad Guardian on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, the Chamber made a call for dialogue with all stakeholders on the […]

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