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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Sterling Castle St Andrew residents, angered by the murder of eight-year-old Shantae Skyers, yesterday afternoon set fire to a man killing him. They have accused the man of being involved in the killing of the little girl. Her decomposing body was found in bushes on Tuesday in a section of the community ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — State en­ti­ties re­main trou­bled that they are un­able to iden­ti­fy hun­dreds of adult males who im­preg­nate teenage school girls. This was re­vealed yes­ter­day be­fore a Joint Se­lect Com­mit­tee on So­cial Ser­vices and Pub­lic Ad­min­is­tra­tion which held an in­quiry with of­fi­cials of the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion (MOE), Chil­dren’s Au­thor­i­ty (CA), Min­istry of So­cial ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A Ja­maican na­tion­al who is the co-own­er of a phar­ma­cy in Mara­bel­la was kid­napped from his home in Palmiste, San Fer­nan­do, on Sun­day and a US$6 mil­lion ran­som de­mand­ed for his safe re­lease. Ac­cord­ing to a po­lice re­port, Yohan Chin was at his home at Mon­i­ca Dri­ve, Palmiste, in the com­pa­ny of ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Jamaican reggae icon Buju Banton has been given the all-clear by the Ministry of National Security to enter Trinidad and Tobago. Buju, real name Mark Myrie, is scheduled to perform at the I Am Legend—the Return concert on Easter Sunday at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain. Minister of National Security ...

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(BBC) — North Korea says it has test-fired a new “tactical guided weapon” with a “powerful warhead”, the first such test since talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un ended without agreement. State media gave few details, but analysts say this is unlikely to be a return to the long-range missile tests seen as a ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — It was a chaotic scene at the Fort Wellington Magistrate’s Court Wednesday morning when the woman accused of killing her mother was brought to court. Before the matter was called, the woman – 42-year-old Camila Jameer – was heard wailing loudly from the briefing room at the court, and as she ...

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Today is the 20th anniversary of the murder of our cousin, Tom Nugent, who traveled from Canada to Saint Lucia to celebrate my brother’s, Steve Sjodin’s wedding. Tom was 23 when he was killed, newly graduated with a business degree from Queen’s University, excited about starting his adult life, full of plans and hope. We ...

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(BBC) — Two students blamed for a large forest fire in the Italian region of Como have each been fined €13.5m (£11.7m). The men, both aged 22, were barbecuing at a mountain forest home belonging to one of their grandfathers when the fire broke out on 30 December last year. The huge bill for the ...

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(BBC) — Peru’s former President Alan García has shot himself as police came to arrest him. Casimiro Ulloa hospital in the capital, Lima, said he was in surgery where he was being treated for “a bullet wound to his head”. Mr García is accused of taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht – claims he ...

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(NEWSDAY) — A teenage boy was talked out of attempting to jump from the La Horquetta walkover this morning thanks to the work of two good Samaritans, the police and members of the emergency medical response team. Newsday understands the boy climbed onto the walkover at around 9 am. People in the area saw him ...

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