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HAMILTON, Bermuda, Mar 14, CMC – A citizen of Czechoslovakia who caught attempting to smuggle nearly US$10 million of heroin into Bermuda has been jailed for 30 years by a Supreme Court judge. It marked the biggest quantity of heroin ever imported to the island that went to trial, the court heard. Josef Vlcek, 49, ...

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LONG KEY, Mar.14,CMC – The United States Coast Guard says it has interdicted 26 Cuban migrants 48 miles southeast of Long Key, Florida who were attempting to enter the country illegally. The coast guard says they received a report from a “good Samaritan boat of a 30-foot disabled wooden sail vessel with 26 passengers aboard ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica , Mar 14, CMC – The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) has placed a temporary restriction on the Boeing 727-8 and 737-9 Max aircraft from entering its airspace. The JCAA in a statement late Wednesday said the ban that came into effect at midnight will remain in force until further notice. Director General ...

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ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Mar. 14, CMC – Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has indicated that Government will be amending the legislation that establishes the National Insurance Scheme to ensure that it does not become bankrupt, but the amendment will only happen until there is wide public consultation on the issue. “We stated that at present ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mar. 14, CMC – Technology Minister Fayval Williams, has called on Jamaicans to educate themselves in cybersecurity measures to protect their information from cyberattacks. “It is absolutely imperative that we take cybersecurity and data security seriously at all levels. Something as seemingly harmless as downloading an app or clicking on a link can ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Mar. 14, CMC – The national airline of Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean Airlines (CAL), says it will not acquire the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft if it is found that it does not meet required safety standards. The airline in a statement on Thursday said it does not fly the Boeing ...

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Press Release:-  The Government of Saint Lucia takes the opportunity to restate its commitment to the general welfare of all Saint Lucian workers. The core of its policies include the boosting of morale and the improvement of the productivity of the State. Since 2016, the Government has addressed several long outstanding issues related to the health […]

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Saint Lucia police have begun an investigation into a sudden death that occurred at Vieux Fort. Law enforcement officials told St Lucia Times that the body of Rosheke Charles, 35, was discovered Thursday morning at his home by a relative. The officials said there were no apparent marks of violence on the body.  

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