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(CMC) – Haiti no longer has an Embassy in Africa, following the closure of its Embassy in Benin last week. According to Government officials, in July 2016, announced plans to close its only Embassy on the African continent but without specifying at that time the definitive nature or a date for the official move. “It ...

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(CMC) –A Grenadian American lawyer in Brooklyn has been indicted on a grand larceny charge for allegedly withholding proceeds from the US$1.7 million sale of a building in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn owned by a retired couple. “This defendant was trusted with funds that he was obligated to give to his clients,” said Brooklyn ...

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(CMC) – Legislators have given the green light to a register of sex offenders being set up in the territory, however, it will remain off-limits to the general public. Opposition legisltors have welcomed the legal change but raised concerns about how few of the recommendations from a Joint Select Committee (JSC) report on a register ...

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(CMC) – Chairman of the Cannabis Movement, Andre ‘Pancho’ de Caires has rejected a historic bill decriminalising ganja for medical and scientific purposes in St Vincent and the Grenadines, stating that it is not for St. Lucia. According to de Caires, said the organisation looked at St Vincent’s marijuana bill before it was tabled in ...

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(CMC) – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has joined the commemorations with a call to work together to find solutions that will ensure that all people in the Caribbean and elsewhere have access to quality health services, without having to endure financial hardship. PAHO said about one third of the population of the Region ...

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