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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — The police have recovered four weapons and a quantity of matching ammunition from a makeshift tree house/camp after they shot and killed three career criminals in the backlands of Johanna, South Black Bush Polder, on Sunday. According to sources close to the investigation, the police recovered one AR-15 assault rifle, one nine-millimetre ...

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NBC News has reported that the Botham Jean Foundation, created to honour the memory of a Saint Lucian slain by a police officer in his own apartment in Dallas, U.S., will assist the family of a Texas woman who was fatally shot by a police officer last Monday. Police said Pamela Turner, 44, was shot ...

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The Botham Jean Foundation will help the family of a woman who was shot dead by a Texas Cop pay for the funeral expenses of the deceased, according to news reports. NBC News reported that Botham Jean’s mother, Allison Jean, said that the foundation in her son’s honor and  be used to help the family […]

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CAQUETÁ, Colombia – According to spokesman Rupert Colville, while speaking with reporters in Geneva, he articulated that the rights office in Colombia is diligently following up on the accusations reported by the national human rights institution, state institutions and civil society recorded a total of 51 human rights defenders and activists have been allegedly killed […]
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Sky News:– At least four people have been killed and another two are missing after two sightseeing seaplanes collided in mid-air in southeast Alaska. Ten other passengers have been taken to hospital following the incident on Monday near the town of Ketchikan. Eleven people were inside a single-engine de Havilland Otter DHC-3 operated by Taquan Air […]

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(BVI NEWS) Roughly 20 months after the former NDP government implemented a work permit waiver policy under the Skilled Workers Programme, waivers have now been discontinued. The discontinuation became effective on April 30. However, to facilitate employers still in possession of a previously-issued work permit document that is valid, Cabinet decided on a three-month ‘grace ...

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Trinidad Express:- A businessman was shot dead while saying prayers in a mosque in California, Couva, on Friday. Haniff Mohammed, a contractor, was killed inside the premises. The shooting happened around 1.30 p.m. at Junon Street. Member of Parliament for Couva South Rudranath Indarsingh said the killing sent shock waves through the community. During a telephone […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith yes­ter­day pre­sent­ed a graph­ic which sug­gest­ed 14-year-old Nao­mi Nel­son may have been killed by a bul­let to the head from an il­le­gal gun fired by Care­nage res­i­dents and not the po­lice. How­ev­er, he re­fused to be pressed in­to con­firm­ing what the graph­ic seemed to be sug­gest­ing, say­ing he ...

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(THE GUARDIAN-UK) — Nearly 200 people have been killed and more than 1,000 injured in the most recent wave of fighting in Libya, officials said this weekend. The offensive to take control of Tripoli launched by Khalifa Haftar, a military commander based in the east of the country, is now in its second month. There ...

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Sky News:– A burglar stabbed to death by a pensioner whose house he was raiding was lawfully killed, a coroner has ruled. Henry Vincent was stabbed as he burgled the home of Richard Osborn-Brooks in Hither Green, southeast London, on 4 April 2018. Vincent’s cause of death was given as an incised wound to the chest. […]

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