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Vieux Fort bus drivers Wednesday ended a strike over the arrest of a colleague, following a meeting with Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry. Moncherry had informed the drivers that he would not meet with them under duress and advised that they return to work. The President of the Southern Minibus Association, Phillip Jn Baptiste, told St […]

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Vieux Fort bus drivers Wednesday afternoon staged a strike after an incident in which they say a colleague of their ‘defended’ himself after a police officer in plain clothes ‘rushed’ him. Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, has issued a statement  to St Lucia Times on the matter. According to driver Amorson Dilsuk, a bus driver was […]

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On September 9 the Millet Minibus Association started suspending services to the communities of Venus Estate and Belair in protest against “unacceptable condition of the roads”. Fresh off a meeting over the weekend, the Association’s president, Cyprian Yarde, told the STAR on Monday that a decision had been taken to continue the suspension of services until complaints had been given reasonable attention. Cancelling services altogether was contemplated, Yarde said.

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At a pre-cabinet press briefing on August 6, this was how Prime Minister Allen Chastanet addressed the proposed Virgin Atlantic pull-out from Saint Lucia: “We respect Virgin Atlantic and certainly our doors are open for dialogue. I’m hoping that prior to June 20 of next year we might have found an amicable solution. But in the absence of that, we’ve also moved on.”

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Pro-ISIS and pro- Al-Qaeda channels on the Telegram messaging app have been inundated with posts relating to 9/11, including threats and calls for Muslims in the U.S. to carry out new terrorist attacks, according to a report by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). “Allah will give us victory against them and what America awaits […]

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