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CMC News:– A three-day regional workshop aimed at preventing violent extremism got underway here on Tuesday amidst concerns that the return of Caribbean nationals from participation in terrorist activities could pose a significant threat to the region. However the conference, which is being organised and funded by the  Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Implementation Agence for Crime and […]

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Dear Sir: Placing local government services directly on every resident’s front door is critical. The hosting of local government elections, throughout the nation, on fixed dates. Public administrators would design, enforce, monitor and report on the city, town or neighborhood strategic plan. Local or municipal Police officers ready to protect and serve. Health and education […]
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By Sir Ronald Sanders There were echoes of US President Donald Trump’s famous campaign slogan, “Make America great again”, in the first parliamentary statement of Britain’s new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.   “Our mission”, Johnson declared is “making this country the greatest place on earth”. As with president Trump’s slogan, prime minister Johnson’s catchphrase is […]
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By Jean H Charles Haiti and Puerto Rico are dancing on the same tune, governor Ricardo Rosselló must go, Jovenel Moise must resign. San Juan has been rising for a week and Haiti has been in turmoil for a year, both nations for the same reason, the arrogant, corrupt and let them it cake attitude […]
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BBC News:-The recruitment of 20,000 new police officers in England and Wales will begin within weeks, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said. The College of Policing welcomed the pledge but warned of “logistical challenges”, partly because of concerns of a lack of instructors for training. It is “not just getting people through the doors”, its […]

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An alleged gang leader, his wife and two others were gunned down Thursday in an attack that police say involved high powered assault weapons. The incident occurred in Las Cuevas, local reports say. The victims were identified as reputed drug and gun smug­gler, Vaughn ‘Sand­man’ Mieres, his wife and two oth­ers . According to Trinidad […]

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Trinidad Express:– The gruesome deaths of 12 people this week — seven fishermen, four Las Cuevas murders and a police killing in Sea Lots, are all possibly linked to the murder of reputed drug dealer Vaughn Mieres, aka “Sandman”. Speaking at yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s, National Security Minister Stuart Young […]

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The St. Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) has for the first time spoken out on the status of negotiations with the government. The president of the SLMDA Dr. Merle Clarke, says her organisation has been working as part of the Trade Union Federation, and is ready to sign the collective bargaining agreement, along with …
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