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As the crisis in Venezuela continues, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders say they are abiding by the principles of non-interference and non-intervention in the affairs of state. In a joint statement issued on Friday, the leaders however said they would be seeking United Nation’s assistance in resolving the issue.
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Police have arrested four people in connection with another spate of vehicle theft. Investigators have been able to track down and recover four vehicles each reported stolen hours apart between January 24th and 25th. But, there’s good news for the victims. At present, each of the stolen vehicles has been returned according to police.
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Press release- SLNCA- The National Lotteries/SLNCA Elite Ladies Cricket Program recommences this weekend at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground from 9am. A squad of forty ladies comprising females who participated in the Under 17 District Female competition along with selected senior women cricketers will continue practical and theoretical work under the guidance of local cricket …
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Western Zone Total Construction Supplies Football Tournament will be kicking off this weekend, Sunday 27th January 2019 at the Marigot playing field with activities commencing at 10A.M.  The sponsor, Total Construction Supplies has once more confidently rallied around the football teams and continues to honour their slogan “Giving you the advantage.” The grand opening will …
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A 25-year-old Bruceville resident was injured in an early morning shooting on January 24th.  The victim has been identified as Jahmill Pierre. News4orce has learned that a gunman who concealed his identity during the attack, opened fire on Pierre while on his commute near the ‘Shanty Town’ area in Vieux Fort. Witnesses say the shooter then …
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A former ambassador to the United Nations has appealed to the Allen Chastanet led administration to clarify its position on Venezuela. Earl Huntley has characterized Saint Lucia’s decision to not recognize the legitimacy of the Maduro Presidency but accept his incoming diplomats as ‘odd’. He says Caricom and other multinational bodies have taken notice.
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