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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — ACTOR Raymond Choo Kong was attacked and beaten at a traffic light near his home in Arima a week before his murder, says close friend Anthony ­Medina. Medina, a hair stylist who worked on a number of Raymond Choo Kong productions, said the veteran thespian was in severe pain when he came ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — RESIDENTS of lower Lyndhurst Road and Brenton Avenue in St Andrew fought desperately yesterday to remove items from their homes as a fire that ripped through a warehouse on the nearby Ivy Road threatened their properties. Some householders on Lyndhurst Road, in the vicinity of Calvary cemetery, meanwhile, doused their houses with ...

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(CMC) — Belize health officials say they are monitoring the outbreak of dengue fever in Central America and some Caribbean countries particularly as they have been reported deaths in Honduras. Belize, a Central American country which is part of the 15-member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) grouping, said that “source reduction strategies are the most effective way ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — As Scotiabank moves to repay its customers who were robbed by ATM hackers, the bank has announced a new online banking feature to warn customers. Just over a week ago, several people fell victim to ATM “skimming” in which thieves gained access to accounts by retrieving accounts and passwords as they used ...

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West Indies A failed to build on a tidy, half-century opening stand between John Campbell and Sunil Ambris, and slumped to another defeat against India A by 148 runs in their One-day series. Ambris scored 30 and Campbell made 21, putting on 51, but the rest of the batting failed to fire, except all-rounder Keemo ...

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT DATE: 17TH JULY, 2019 FORECASTERS: THOMAS AUGUSTE PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS FAIR. PRESENT WEATHER AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT IS FAIR. PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 30 C OR 86 F. LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 27 C OR 81 F. WIND AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Trinidad and Tobago’s ‘failure’ to stop the ‘ease of killing’ has registered another high-profile suspected homicide, July 15, 2019, in Arima, north-eastern Trinidad and Tobago, the beloved actor, playwright, and producer Raymond Choo-Kong. The mayor of Arima, Lisa Roxanne Morris-Julian, lauded Choo Kong’s creativity and compassion, saying the […]
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(AFP) — An Australian media group yesterday lost an appeal against an Aus$300,000 (US$211,000) defamation payout to West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle after claiming he exposed his genitals to a masseuse. Gayle was accused by former media group Fairfax, which at the time was publisher of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, of ...

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PROVIDENCIALES, TCI – Eleven Sergeants and Inspectors of the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RT&CIPF) took part in a Tactical Firearms Command Course to develop command and leadership skills in the delivery of the Tactical Firearms command role. The four-day workshop provided an overview of roles and responsibilities of command, positive command attributes, […]
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(NEW YORK POST) — Teamwork makes the dream work, and they proved it in Panama City over the weekend. Cellphone footage captured from a PC balcony shows dozens of beachgoers forming a human chain — with up to 100 people locking arms at one point — as they attempted to save two swimmers caught in ...

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