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St. Lucia Has Once Again Found Itself On An International Black-List.The Organisation For Economic Cooperation And Development (OECD), Has Placed St. Lucia And Six Other Caribbean Nations, As Operating High-Risk Schemes That Sell Either Residency Or Citizenship In A Report Released On Tuesday. The OECD, Has Been Criticised For Having A Very Strong Pro-European Bias.
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The Leader Of The Opposition Philip J. Pierre Is Enjoying Overwhelming Support From His Party Ahead Of The Second Leg Of The Conference Of Delegates During Which A Decision Will Be Taken On The Leadership Of The SLP. At Sunday’s Convention, Pierre Received The Endorsement Of Leading Members Of The Party, As Well As Other …
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Police In The South Of Saint Lucia Are Placing Those Suspected Of Criminal Behaviour On The Defensive. The Lawmen And Women Have Conducted Raids That Have Resulted In Arrests And The Confiscation Of Illicit Items.
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The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has not ruled out the use of body cameras by police officers here. PWA President, Travis Chicot, has said believes in any initiative that pushes the agenda of law enforcement and makes things better for the police. “I totally believe that it can work,” Chicot stated. However he noted that […]

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By Caribbean News Now BASSETERRE, St Kitts — A belated acknowledgment by St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris that his government had “invited” the Barbados-based Regional Security System (RSS) to deploy forces to the Federation “to assist ongoing efforts at ensuring citizen safety and security” has raised questions both locally and regionally. […]

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BELMOPAN, Belize — The highly anticipated 1.5 degrees’ report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been released, and the news is dire. But while scientists “sound the alarm about complacency”, they’ve given hope that it is still possible to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees. The report clearly outlines the risks of […]

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