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Kim Jong-nam: More arrests over airport poisoning

BBC:-Two more suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of Kim Jong-nam, the brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, in Malaysia. A female Indonesian suspect and a...

T&T: Girl kidnapped by Facebook ‘friend’

Trinidad Express:-MISSING for more than two weeks, 15-year-old Melissa Samlal has contacted her mother, telling a scary story of being taken to an unknown location by a woman she...

Jamaica: Delinquent public servants fined

Jamaica Observer:-THE Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC) says that between its inception in 2001 and March 2016, it has reported 1,164 delinquent public servants to the Director of Public Prosecutions...

SLP Senator: Hanging not ‘one stop’ crime solution

Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Senator, Guibion Ferdinand, has said that no one measure will stop crime. Ferdinand spoke against the backdrop of calls by his labour party colleague,...
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PM concerned about Venezuelan arms, drugs

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has said that he is concerned about the increase in drug trafficking cases and arms coming into Saint Lucia, telling reporters that Venezuela has been...
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SLP candidate says: “Bring back hanging!”

Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) endorsed candidate for Castries North, John Charlery, has called for the reintroduction of hanging as a means to deal with  crime which he says...

Organisers: Anti crime vigil a success

Organisers of a Valentine's Day  anti crime vigil which was held this evening to draw attention to a recent double homicide at Tamarind Heights in La Clery and a...

Money laundering suspects in court

Venezuelan Antonio Alcantara and Saint Lucian Anthony Jaye, appeared in court today charged with money laundering in connection with  the possession of the equivalent of over one million EC...
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Valentine’s Day vigil against crime

A Valentine's Day candlelight vigil against crime is planned for later today. Organizers have invited members of the public to be part of the event which will be held at...

T&T: Bandit robs man, returns $20

Trinidad Express:-A SYMPATHETIC gunman who had just robbed a man of $700, apparently felt sorry for his victim and gave back $20, so he could travel home. The robbery happened...