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police deter looters in St. Martin

‘There are no rules’: Desperate tourists tweet out of St Maarten as looters with...

Daily Mail: Worrying reports of erupting violence have emerged from St Maarten, the southern half of the Caribbean Island it shares with St Martin, in the wake of Hurricane...

Saint Lucia Continues to Inspire Martiniquan Travel

PRESS RELEASE: (Thursday, 15 March 2018) Saint Lucia recently exhibited to more than 25,000 travel trade and potential visitors at Martinique’s largest international trade show, Salon du Voyage. The...
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JCF using WhatsApp to tackle sexual exploitation

Jamaica Observer:-The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is using WhatsApp to tackle the sexual exploitation of children via social media. Speaking at a JIS ‘Think Tank’ on February 27, head of...

Antigua: Child rapist gets 20 years

Antigua Observer:-Former prison officer Donald Lumsden will spend the next 20 years incarcerated in the prison where he worked, 1735, for violating the trust of a family when he...

Early release for Buju Banton

Jamaica Observer:- INCARCERATED reggae singer Buju Banton may have a year removed from his 10-year mandatory sentence, according to United States prison records. The Federal Bureau of Prisons’ website is reporting...

Barbados records increase in unemployment

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Barbados has recorded a slight increase in unemployment during the period January to March this year as compared to the same period last year, the...

Guyana willing to help displaced Venezuelans

Guyana Chronicle:-  THE Ministry of Citizenship and the relevant immigration agencies are reportedly working on a plan to aid destitute Venezuelans affected by severe economic hardships in their country, and...

T&T: Loaded Gun Found In Baby’s Crib

Trinidad Newsday:- Siparia magistrate Margaret Alert denied bail to the parents of a two-month-old boy when they appeared before her yesterday jointly charged with having a gun and ammunition. It is...

T&T: Catholic Church backs CCJ death penalty decision

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, July 5, CMC – Archbishop of Port of Spain and Apostolic Administrator of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgetown, Reverend Charles Jason Gordon, has welcomed the Caribbean...

Caribbean: Students in ‘sex video’ disciplined

Antigua and Barbuda's Ministry of Education has disciplined students who were involved in a 'sex video' posted on social media last month. Antigua Observer has reported that  the video recording showed...