Law & Order

Mary Francis welcomes response to Botham Jean killing, says all lives matter

Human Rights Advocate, Mary Francis, has welcomed the outpouring of outrage and grief following the tragic shooting death of Botham Jean, asserting that the support for the family of...

Sealys: Women in Public Service Should Not Be Reporting to Doctor Ubaldus Raymond

The President of Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia, Catherine Sealys, asserting that Public Service Minister, Doctor Ubaldus Raymond owes everyone an apology over a nude photo scandal, has declared...

“Culture of Greed and Selfishness, A Recipe for Crime and Violence”

by Seth Ampadu- Superintendent Minister – Methodist Church We can minimize crime in our communities by avoiding greed and selfishness. As we all know, the causes of crime are very...

French rappers fined for huge airport brawl

France 24:-  Two French rappers who clashed in a gang fight at Paris’s Orly airport, delaying flights and damaging a departures lounge, were fined 50,000 euros ($57,000) each on...

Barbados: ‘No charges’ over beer-drinking child video

Barbados Today:-  No charges are pending for anyone in connection with a viral video in which a child is seemingly drinking a beverage from a Banks beer bottle, while...

Saint Lucia Urged to Copy T&T In Compensating Relatives of Cops Killed In the...

The Saint Lucia government has been urged to follow the lead of Trinidad and Tobago in compensating relatives of police officers killed in the line of duty. In the twin...

Antigua: Top Cop says Death Penalty Can Be a Deterrent

Antigua Observer:-  Acting Commissioner of Police, Atlee Rodney, believes there is still a place for the death penalty in today’s society. “Over the years we keep hearing all the debate about...

Malaysia government agrees to abolish death penalty

Sky News:-  Malaysia's government has agreed to abolish the death penalty in a move welcomed by human rights groups. Capital punishment is exclusively carried out by hanging in Malaysia - a...
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Digicel goes to court over ‘microwave link’ shut down by Suriname

Guyana Chronicle:-  DIGICEL has taken legal action against the Telecommunications Authority Suriname (TSA) for shutting down an alleged illegal “microwave link” which Digicel used to feed data capacity to its...

Marijuana to become legal across Canada next week

DELTA, British Columbia (AP) — Mat Beren and his friends used to drive by the vast greenhouses of southern British Columbia and joke about how much weed they could...