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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has said that the issue of coconut vending at Rodney Bay presents an ideal situation to find a way for ‘regular people’ to benefit from the tourism industry, without being disruptive. Pierre spoke  Wednesday evening to the HTS Evening News. Coconut vendors were recently issued notices by the Gros Islet […]

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(BBC) — US President Donald Trump says a woman who left the US to become a propagandist for the Islamic State (IS) group will not be allowed to return. On Twitter, he said he had instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo “not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the country”. Mr Pompeo had earlier stated ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 20, CMC – Chris Gayle’s 24th one-day hundred went in vain as West Indies paid dearly for a plethora of missed chances in the field, allowing England to complete their highest-ever run chase in One-Day Internationals and win the opening contest of the five-match series by six wickets here Wednesday. Asked to ...

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LONDON, Feb 20, CMC – Manager Mike Flynn hailed Jamille Matt’s performance in Newport County’s 4-1 victory at Notts County in an English League Two match on Tuesday night when the Jamaican striker took his tally for the season to 17 with a double strike in the first half. Said Flynn: “I thought he was ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 20, CMC – A back injury has forced experienced seamer Kemar Roach out of the five-match one-day series against England. The 30-year-old is struggling with a stress issue of the lower back and will require rehabilitation with the hope of being ready for the ICC World Cup which bowls off in May. ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb. 20, CMC – The police on Tuesday detained eight Venezuelans in the town of Palo Seco, to the south of here. The police report that shortly after 4pm, they received information that led them to the area. While there, they had cause to stop and search a group of people ...

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HAMILTON, Bermuda, Feb 20, CMC – A 38-year-old Jamaican from the central Jamaican parish of Manchester, who fled from customs officers at Bermuda’s international airport before they found heroin worth three-quarters of a million US dollars in his luggage, was jailed for 18 years by a Supreme Court judge on Wednesday. Omar Davy claimed that ...

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ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada , Feb. 20, CMC – The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security, Sally-Ann Bhagwan-Logie, believes the crisis in Venezuela is one that can lead to a human trafficking problem that will have an impact not just on Grenada but on the entire region. “After all Venezuela is just over 500 ...

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb. 20, CMC – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan says plans to construct an electricity grid have been suspended for now due to the socio-political unrest that Haiti has been experiencing since February 7. Alexander Yu, the Director General of the Department of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, told ...

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NEW YORK, Feb. 20, CMC – Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke on Tuesday described as a “power grab” United States President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency on the southern border with Mexico. In an attempt to bypass the US Congress, Trump declared the emergency on Friday in order to access billions of ...

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