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Pope Francis has begged countries still applying the death penalty to adopt a moratorium, Vatican News has reported. According to the publication, the Pope made the appeal as he on Monday received in audience members of the International Commission against the Death Penalty. He is reported to have told the visitors that since the beginning of […]

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(SNO) — As Saint Lucia heads into the busy Christmas season, the police are promising to get tough on criminals and criminal activities on the island. Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry said new plans are being put in place as the police have not met some of their intended targets in the fight against crime. “We ...

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(CMC) – The St. Kitts-Nevis government has brushed aside critics questioning how it intends to finance a programme that would provide nationals with an EC$500 (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) grant monthly. The Poverty Alleviation Programme (PAP) is due to roll out on December 21 and Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris said that it is aimed ...

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A chef and a barman were due to appear in a Trinidad and Tobago court Tuesday, after being arrested at a bank for a fake cheque,the Trinidad Express has reported. The publication reported that they were held for attempting to deposit a fraudulent cheque valued over TT$3 million dollars. The two were identified as Thomas […]

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A 6-year-old girl in Missouri died Friday after police said she was accidentally shot in the head by her 12-year-old brother, local news outlets have reported. The child’s parents were at a Christmas party,it was reported. According to Fox 2 Now,  Maliyah Palmer was shot in the head and died at a nearby hospital. The two […]

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(CMC) – The Bahamas government has confirmed that a 61-year-old man has died from the HINI influenza, otherwise known as swine flu. Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands, who was unable to provide any specifics about the case, said the death occurred last week. “H1N1 speaks to a particular subtype of influenza and the technically correct ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant has called for a truce to street demonstrations by opposition parties as the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country prepare to celebrate the Christmas holidays. “I appeal to the patriotism of all, to surpass ourselves, so as to offer the population a climate of lull to allow him to approaching ...

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(CMC) – The Jamaica-based Sandals Resorts has categorically denied allegations that it is covering up allegations of sexual assault on two American female guests insisting that it stands ready to “vigorously defend itself in court”. In a statement, Sandals said “recent allegations of cover-ups by our organisation are false and are gross misrepresentations of not ...

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