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Dear Sir: Haiti’s lower chamber after several months of social turmoil is forcing the Jean Henry Céant government to resign. It gives a fresh opportunity to President Jovenel Moise to choose a new prime minister and form a new government that might bring relief to the masses of the Haitian people that live in complete […]

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Dear Sir: The Willie Redhead Foundation (tWRF) has always expressed its concerns about the derelict buildings in St George’s and its environs. The owners or inheritors of these buildings have lost interest in their maintenance and refurbishment, perhaps due to escalating construction and maintenance costs, and in some cases absentee owners who do not intend […]

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Dear Sir: The Non-State Actors Reparations Commission (NsARC) wishes to send our condolences to the family of Aston Forde the 16-year-old youth who is the latest victim of this ongoing crisis of gun violence, which according to Attorney General Dale Marshall is out of control. We also wish to express our sympathy to the family […]

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Dear Sir: My people, we are called to be the environmental consciousness pioneers, at this critical juncture of Earth’s dramatic agony, caused by our human species. Our mission is sacred; the indomitable laws of nature require us to preserve the sanctity of her breast, her bosom and her precious womb. We all come forth from […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua — Cricket West Indies (CWI) said it has never denied liability in the Phil Simmons’ dismissal affair for no other reason than to ensure an amicable resolution in the interest of CWI. “The negotiations with former coach Simmons and his representatives are ongoing. While we have a hearing date for March 26, […]

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TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands — GunBoat 62 Chim Chim (USA) and owner John Gallagher, fresh off winning the Multihull division at the RORC Caribbean 600 are cruising in the British Virgin Island (BVI) enjoying time with his wife Carol between regattas. Chim Chim has sailed mainly long-distance races including two Transpac, Gallagher explained. He’s looking […]

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(SNO) — Legal adviser to the government of Dominica, Senior Counsel Tony Astaphan, has said Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is acting like a “lone ranger” in a number of issues affecting the region. His comments came in light of a meeting of five Caribbean leaders, including Chastanet, with US President Donald Trump on Friday where ...

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