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Trinidad Express:–  FOUR lawyers are under police probe for possible links to alleged gang leaders. The Sunday Express was informed the four lawyers, who have visited prisoners at the Maximum Security Prison, are being investigated by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). The link between lawyers and gang members was first raised in a CCN […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  THE Joint Services, on Saturday, seized a large number of prohibited itemsitems during raids conducted at the Timehri, Georgetown, Lusignan, New Amsterdam, and Mazaruni prisons. The items seized include chargers, cannabis, razor blades, cutlery, cigarettes, cards, nails and earpieces. Police in a release said, the searches were conducted by over 200 ranks from the […]

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Antigua Observer:-  Visitors suffering from physical disabilities may soon have a special service that would allow them to equally enjoy all that Antigua and Barbuda has to offer. President of the Antigua and Barbuda Association of Persons with Disabilities, Bernard Warner, was invited to Cabinet on Wednesday to discuss his proposal for a special service dedicated […]

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BBC News:–  A controversial cartoon of Serena Williams published in an Australian newspaper last year did not breach media standards, a press watchdog says. The cartoon depicted Williams jumping above a broken racquet next to a baby’s dummy in the US Open final. Critics complained that the caricature used racist and sexist stereotypes of African-American people. The […]

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CMC News:–  LONDON– The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee wants all British Overseas Territories (OT), including those in the Caribbean, to legitimise same sex marriages. In addition, the Committee believes that the British government could do more than “simply support” same sex marriages in principle. In its 44 page report titled “Global Britain and the […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  FOUR policemen have been detained in connection with a robbery in Hellshire, St Catherine, last week when thieves made off with $17 million worth of jewellery, US$5,500 in cash, and other items. The Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency confirmed yesterday that the officers had been taken into custody, but their identities have not […]

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Debbie Lustal, the mother of the Guyanese national who was the victim of Sunday morning’s fatal stabbing at Bagatelle, Castries, has described her son as  having been an outgoing individual who always put a smile on everyone’s face. “He was the life of the party,” Lustal recalled. She said Michael Pooran, 27, always liked to […]

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One suspect is assisting police with investigations into the fatal stabbing Sunday morning of Guyanese national, Michael Pooran at Bagatelle, Castries. Neville Atille, a friend of the deceased, told St Lucia Times that Pooran, 27, was a very good person who was outgoing and liked to dress. He disclosed that about 5.00 a.m., neighbours brought […]

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NEW YORK, USA — As the number of refugees and migrants from Venezuela continues to rise – hitting the 3.4 million mark this month – United Nations agencies sounded the alarm on Friday over the humanitarian needs these women, children and men face, and the strain this represents for communities hosting them. The UN refugee […]

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