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Saint Lucia police have confirmed that they have seen the viral video of a man being stoned but are yet to verify the location of the incident. “We tried finding out about it. We don’t know where that is but it looks local,” a law enforcement official told St. Lucia News Online. The amateur video, ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor CASTRIES, Saint Lucia — The government of Saint Lucia legislative and regulatory framework for Citizenship by Investment (CIP) presented in parliament, last week, The National Economic Act, 2019, intended to, “make the process for the use of CIP funds transparent and accountable.” However, the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party, (SLP) contents […]
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Press Release:–  On Sunday June 23rd, 2019 from 3pm, the National Cultural Center Grounds will come alive as the predominant sound of Carnival, Groovy and Power Soca, takes its first stage of competition. In 2018, the Groovy Monarch title was captured by Arthur, while Ricky T with Teddyson John, walked away with the Power Soca title. This year with […]

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(AFP) — Bangladesh powered to the second highest run chase in World Cup history as Shakib Al Hasan’s brilliant century clinched a memorable seven-wicket win over the West Indies on Monday. Shakib blasted 124 from 99 balls and Linton Das hit a superb 94 from 69 deliveries to lead Bangladesh to 322-3 with 8.3 overs ...

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BBC Sports:- Shakib Al Hasan’s sublime unbeaten 124 helped Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history with a dominant seven-wicket win over West Indies at Taunton. Set 322 for victory, the Tigers made a rapid start but lost two wickets in quick succession to leave the game evenly poised at 133-3 off […]

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — The Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha is concerned about Venezuelan migrants entering the country with Hindu marriage licences issued by a pundit in central Trinidad. Pundit Lutchmidath Persad Maharaj, in a telephone interview yesterday, said there was an investigation of Venezuelans coming in from Cedros, presenting Hindu marriage licences. These licences, he added, ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor ROSEAU, Dominica – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has indicated that very soon he will unveil a comprehensive housing programme aimed at providing adequate housing for everyone in Dominica. This in addition to the government having kept its promise to provide new housing funded entirely by Citizenship by Investment (CBI) and […]
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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Prime Minister Andrew Holness has rejected claims that his Administration is moving to introduce same-sex marriage through the back door. “We hear many talks in the society about how we define gender and sexuality in our country,” said Holness at a Father’s Day picnic at the Office of the Prime Minister in ...

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(Reuters) – The ad-hoc board of Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA, appointed by opposition leader Juan Guaido, said on Saturday it had asked Jamaica’s government not to seize the company’s shares in an oil refinery on the island. Jamaica’s Senate in February passed legislation clearing the way for the government to acquire the 49 percent ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Gov­ern­ment’s visa stip­u­la­tion for Venezue­lans is caus­ing con­cerns among some Venezue­lans who are due to come here soon, as well as re­cent reg­is­trants who had planned to bring rel­a­tives over. Their con­cerns are about the pro­ce­dures to be and how ef­fi­cient­ly the sys­tem will be im­ple­ment­ed. The stip­u­la­tion was an­nounced by Gov­ern­ment ...

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