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(CMC) – West Indies head coach Stuart Law has praised the talents of Roston Chase, labelling him “a quality player” who has worked hard to convert his weaknesses into strengths. The right-handed Chase completed his fourth Test hundred on Saturday’s second day of the second and final Test against India here, after resuming the day ...

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(CMC) — The Bermuda Bar Council (BBC) is supporting an objection to a bid to hire a leading London barrister to challenge a Supreme Court ruling that quashed a ban on same-sex marriage. The Royal Gazette newspaper said it understood the council has told the Progressive Labour Party government that it does not support the ...

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(CMC) – Haiti said 18 people have now been confirmed dead following the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that rocked the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country on October 6. The Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC) in its latest revised statement said that 580 people were injured up from the last figure of 333. The last assessment had ...

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(CMC) – The Guyana government says it will pay sugar workers the second half of the severance due to them. President David Granger, on a visit to East Berbice Corentyne, said the “sugar workers are going to get their severance pay”. “At the beginning of the year, we said one part will be paid in ...

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(CMC) – A 32-year-old security officer, who single-handedly and heroically rescued three young girls from a burning building at the Walker’s Place of Safety in January, will receive the Badge of Honour for Gallantry from the Jamaica government. Two people died in the fire that swept through the building on January 16. A Jamaica Information ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Debbian James was in search of the perfect figure when she forked out US$5,000 (J$667,761) for her butt implants. However, since then the experience has been nothing short of a nightmare, as her body is now deteriorating. “Right now, this is the worst decision I have ever made in my life,” James ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Police killed three robbers on Friday. The three were allegedly among a gang of four men suspected of hijacking a cigarette salesman at Todd’s Road, Caparo and robbing him of $80,000 in cigarettes. The thieves also stole a security officer’s firearm. Within hours of the robbery, Central Division police tracked the suspects’ ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — The security forces believe they have finally weakened the notorious King Valley gang, which has been driving fear into residents of this and nearby parishes. Several members of the criminal outfit were picked up yesterday morning during a joint operation between the Jamaica Defence Force and Jamaica Constabulary Force in the district ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Winston “Boyo” Hammond, older brother of Beres Hammond and father of singer Lenn Hammond, died on October 9 in Toronto, Canada from cancer. He was 73 years-old. According to a statement from his family, Hammond was the fifth of 10 children born in Annotto Bay, St Mary. Like his famous sibling, he ...

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(Reuters) – Turkey’s investigation into the disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has revealed recordings made on his Apple Watch purportedly indicating he was tortured and killed, a Turkish newspaper reported on Saturday. The report in the pro-government Sabah daily, which could not immediately be verified, emerged after a delegation from Saudi Arabia arrived ...

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