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Police officers were out in full force in Castries on Sunday morning ahead of the planned “Anti-Chastanet” round the island motorcade. Prior to the scheduled 11:00am start time participants were instructed by the police to “go home.” The RSLPF’s Wayne Charley (left) speaks to organizer Richard Frederick. Followed by a large group of supporters, event […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Commissioner Milton Desir Sunday denied social media reports that Talk Show Host and former Castries Central MP, Richard Frederick, had been arrested during preparations for an ‘unlawful’ anti-government motorcade. Frederick was one of the organisers of the event. “Richard Frederick has not been arrested,” Acting Police Commissioner Desir declared. According to the […]

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CNN: Coronavirus rages on the edges of Rio de Janeiro — in the hills and slums run by drug gangs, where police dare not go unless on an armed raid. Absent of help from the state — President Jair Bolsonaro has pledged to crush criminals “like cockroaches” — the gangs have stepped up. Where before they peddled […]

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Loved ones of the victims of unsolved homicides and those who died at the hands of police attended the black lives matter protest. The names of individuals killed in various high profile cases could be heard far and wide as calls for accountability from the criminal justice system were demanded by protesters.
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BBC News:- Atlanta’s Police Chief has resigned after the fatal shooting of an African-American who had fallen asleep in his car at a drive-through restaurant. Rayshard Brooks, 27, was shot by a police officer during a struggle on Friday, authorities say. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Erika Shields handed in her resignation on Saturday. Protesters in […]

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Press Release:- During Saint Lucia’s May Reading Month, educators saw an increase in reading amongst early grade students. Limited movement during this time may have sparked an expanded variety of reading activities and the production of reading videos by students across Saint Lucia. Teachers and students were engaged in the creation of over 300 reading activity […]

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Press Release:– The CARICOM Reparations Commission (CRC) in collaboration with the Saint Lucia National Reparations Committee and the Nobel Laureate Festival Committee will convene a virtual Zoom symposium on June 15 involving a number of prominent scholars, economists and public officials who will pay tribute to Saint Lucian-born economist and the Caribbean’s first Nobel Prize […]

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Hindustan Times:– Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy’s revelation of facing racial comments while playing for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL has created a lot of stir, so much that even Bollywood celebrities have started to voice their opinion on it. Actress Swara Bhaskar became the first from the B-town to react on the incident. […]

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BBC News:– French police have clashed with activists protesting in Paris against racism and alleged police brutality. Police used tear gas against stone-throwing protesters who tried to hold a march that was banned. The rally is part is a worldwide movement inspired by America’s Black Lives Matter protests. It was organised under the banner “Justice for […]

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