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A Marc, Bexon woman says a request by her son for a man to return some goats he had stolen, led to a double murder in the community Sunday night. Jania Soolal told St Lucia Times that her son, Mosiah Soolal, had bought three goats. Soolal said an individual whom she identified by name, stole […]

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Asserting that the COVID-19 crisis is worse that the worst hurricane and 911, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has said that Saint Lucia must anticipate and prepare for the worst. While noting that Saint Lucia has two confirmed cases of the disease, both of them ‘imported’, the PM said this country has to be concerned about […]

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Martinique has shut down non-essential public places including night clubs, restaurants, cinemas, cafes and nightclubs until further notice as the Island recorded its first Coronavirus death, local reports say. The deceased was identified as an 86-year-old woman who succumbed Sunday. The octogenarian was in contact with a family member who had taken a sea cruise […]

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Jamaica Observer:- THE Government of Jamaica has increased the number of countries on which there is restricted travel from eight to nine in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. Speaking at a press briefing at Jamaica House last evening, Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced that travel restrictions were placed on the United Kingdom. However, permanent secretary in […]

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(BVI NEWS) — A Jamaican man residing in Long Bush has admitted to wounding a United States chef in Road Town on November 30 last year. Prince Akeem Bambury, 24, pleaded guilty when he appeared before Magistrate Ayanna Baptiste-DaBreo on Wednesday. He had initially pleaded not guilty when he appeared before the court in December ...

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(KAIETEUR NEWS) — Although Suriname has announced a total shutdown of its airspace and borders from March 14 to March 21, 2020 in the wake of its first confirmed case of COVID-19, provisions are being made to facilitate some travelers. This is according to a statement issued by Caribbean Airlines, which revealed that as a ...

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