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A young man who grabbed a mobile telephone from a tourist in the William Peter Boulevard Tuesday, was pursued by public spirited citizens and eventually arrested by police, eyewitnesses say. The incident occurred about 10.00 a.m. according to reports. According to one eyewitness, the phone snatcher after grabbing the mobile device from a female tourist, […]

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The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has expressed concern over the ‘intentions’ of the current administration as it pertains to granting powers of islandwide jurisdiction to City Police. “This in our view is totally wrong and our membership will not stand by to allow cabinet to grant such ill advised powers to the City Constabulary,” PWA […]

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Jamaica Observer:– There are conflicting reports coming out of The Bahamas regarding the second concert in Buju Banton’s Long Walk to Freedom (LWTF) tour, which was held at Thomas A Robinson National Stadium in the capital Nassau on Saturday. Images have been circulating on social media showing a sparse venue and a caption stating that […]

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The United States has raised questions about the autonomy of Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU), in a just released report. The CIU was set up to  to manage the screening and application process for the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP). “The CIU does not maintain adequate autonomy from politicians to prevent political interference […]

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Jamaica Observer:- THE United States has asked the Jamaican Government to take steps to build the capacity of its law enforcement, prosecution, and courts in order to successfully prosecute financial crime cases. This is one of the recommendations set out in the just-released 2018 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report by the United States Department of State […]

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BBC News:- The US Supreme Court has ruled that a convicted murderer on death row in Missouri has no right to a “painless death”. The ruling clears the way for the execution of Russell Bucklew, who asked for gas rather than lethal injection, citing an unusual medical condition. Bucklew, 50, argued the state’s preferred method amounts […]

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