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Saint Lucia police have made it clear that they are not taking a threat against officers lightly. Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir told a news conference Thursday that the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is investigating a threat issued against cops on social media. The threat was issued following the discovery on Tuesday of the […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal against the murder conviction in the matter of Carlton Hall v The Queen [2020] CCJ 1 (AJ) and affirmed the order of the Barbados Court of Appeal that the appellant be brought to the Trial Court for resentencing. ...

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Press Release:- MIAMI (February 13, 2020) – Medical specialists reminded the hospitality sector that the Caribbean had only a very small chance of contracting Coronavirus but warned them to be wary of an unprecedented amount of misinformation and fake news circulating about the virus, especially on social media sites. Dr. Lisa Indar, Deputy Executive Director, Surveillance […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association recognizes the understandable heightened sense of anxiety among the populace particularly since the announcement of the mandatory quarantine initially of four returning (asymptomatic) nationals last week and more so, that of a non-national at a public health facility yesterday February 12, 2020. We fully recognize and […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – Vacation destination website TheTravel has advised against visiting Trinidad and Tobago. In a February 2 article headlined “The Safest Caribbean Destinations (And Dangerous Places To Avoid)”, readers were told “Although the dual island country is beautiful and has so many natural wonders, the reality is it’s not safe to visit at this ...

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CARICOM Today:- As more countries around the world begin to report cases of the 2019-Novel Coronavirus Outbreak, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States have begun to take steps to ensure the impact is minimised in the Region. Surveillance teams have been established and other preventive measures have been put in place. The World Health Organization (WHO) […]

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BBC News:– The “whole world needs to be on alert” to fight the coronavirus, the head of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Programme has said. Dr Mike Ryan praised China’s response to the deadly outbreak, saying: “The challenge is great but the response has been massive.” The WHO will meet on Thursday to discuss […]

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The family of Botham Jean plans to file a separate lawsuit against South Side Flats, the apartment complex where  he was fatally shot, the Dallas Morning News says. The publication quotes Jean family Attorney Lee Merritt as having said Saturday that a confusing layout on the upper floors, coupled with a faulty door mechanism, created […]

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(PAGE SIX) – Meghan Markle may soon be hit with another bombshell amid Megxit — her estranged dad will likely be a key witness against her in an upcoming court case, legal papers reveal. The Duchess of Sussex, 38, is suing the Mail on Sunday newspaper in the UK for printing a letter she wrote ...

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