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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — When people talk sports in Trinidad and Tobago, football or cricket typically dominate the conversation – but in February 2016 all anyone could talk about was gymnastics. The Rio 2016 Olympic Games were close at hand, and then 20-year-old gymnast Thema Williams was widely considered to be the country’s best […]

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New York Times:–  An Alabama police officer fatally shot a 21-year-old black man on Thursday night who the police initially said shot at least one person at a mall near Birmingham, turning a Thanksgiving holiday shopping scene into chaos. But on Friday the police said evidence suggests that the man actually was not the gunman and that the […]

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BBC:-  “We are in a state of chaos. In the city in which I live, I hear and see examples of chaos almost every day. Little children are victims of senseless gun violence…” Two years ago, 11-year-old Milwaukee schoolgirl Sandra Parks wrote these words in an award-winning essay about the murders in her city. On Monday […]

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BBC:-  Four members of the same family have been arrested after a nine-year-old boy was beaten to death at his home the eastern French city of Mulhouse. Police sources told local media that the boy had refused to do his homework and was hit with a broom handle. The boy’s elder brother, sister and stepsister were […]

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ChronicleOnline:–  A 5-day-old girl died early Sunday morning after a Dunnellon family’s pit bull got into her crib and attacked the infant. Citrus County Sheriff’s Office investigators are ruling the child’s death accidental, and no charges are expected to be filed in connection with the death, sheriff’s spokeswoman Lindsay Blair said Wednesday. Sheriff’s detectives are […]

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Dear Sir: I listened with incredulity to Learie Carasco’s television show last week and read his newspaper that seems to narrate the whereabouts of Sergeant Leozandrae De Leon of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) and husband of Kimberly, the day his wife Kimberly was shot and killed. The narrator’s newspaper also went on […]

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Antigua Observer:-  Police said Jamaica’s most wanted man was shot and killed during a major military exercise in Richmond Hill, St. James, a suburban parish on the north-west end of the island. They said Delano ‘Prekeh’ Wilmot, along with another alleged gangster, Richard Anderson, also known as ‘Cruz’, were accused of numerous crimes including multiple murders […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland — One of the suspects in last week’s bloodbath that left three brothers and one of their spouses dead was killed during a gunfight with the police in Westmoreland yesterday morning. The deceased has been identified as 38-year-old Leon Smith of Grange Hill, Westmoreland. According to reports, about 5:30 am, the police […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — With approximately three-quarters of the region’s highly-skilled said to be living abroad, two of Barbados’ key multinational partners want to see the issue of brain drain addressed if Caribbean economies are to prosper. However, officials are of the view that Barbados and other Caribbean countries must address a number of inefficiencies within ...

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(CMC) – Police said Jamaica’s most wanted man was shot and killed during a major military exercise in Richmond Hill, St. James, a suburban parish on the north-west end of the island. They said Delano ‘Prekeh’ Wilmot, along with another alleged gangster, Richard Anderson, also known as ‘Cruz’, are accused of numerous crimes including multiple ...

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