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The Police Welfare Association (PWA) is standing behind Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, in a public spat with Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis. Moncherry and Francis have traded words publicly over a meeting between the two men that was rescheduled several times and failed to materialise. ‘We believe it is indeed fitting for us to rally with […]

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Fox News:–  They were eight seconds that changed the world – former marine Lee Harvey Oswald leaned out of the sixth-floor window and squeezed the trigger on his bolt-action rifle three times. As a bullet blasted through John F Kennedy’s neck, hero secret service agent Clint Hill was the first to react, leaping out of a following […]

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BBC:-  “We are in a state of chaos. In the city in which I live, I hear and see examples of chaos almost every day. Little children are victims of senseless gun violence…” Two years ago, 11-year-old Milwaukee schoolgirl Sandra Parks wrote these words in an award-winning essay about the murders in her city. On Monday […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  It’ll be more of a Silent Night this Christ­mas: “scratch” bombs have at last been banned and de­clared il­le­gal. And any­one us­ing them here­on, in­clud­ing stu­dents, will face pros­e­cu­tion for an il­le­gal weapon. This af­ter Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young an­nounced yes­ter­day that Cab­i­net had de­cid­ed to ban the im­por­ta­tion of scratch bombs im­me­di­ate­ly. […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  THREE policemen who reportedly took a man into custody after he was freed by the court and demanded and accepted US$200 and $58,000 for his release are scheduled to return to the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on December 4. Corporal Kevin Watson and constables Ricardo Thompson and Andre Thomas, who were assigned […]

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NORTHSOUND, Antigua and Barbuda (AFP) — Australia dethroned the West Indies and booked a place in tomorrow’s Women’s World Twenty20 final with a crushing 71-run victory in the first semi-final yesterday at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Stunned by the Caribbean side in the 2016 final in Kolkata, the three-time champions were at […]

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