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September 11th, 2018
PM Browne questions why nation left out of US interview waiver programme

Antigua Observer

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda is having a hard time understanding why the twin-island state as well as two other member states of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean (OECS), were not included in the list of countries that are to benefit from the United States (U.S.) interview waiver programme for people renewing their visas.

September 10th, 2018
Peace concert ends in violence

Jamaica Observer

A concert in the Majesty Gardens on the weekend, which was staged to promote peace in the violence-prone community, ended prematurely when a man was shot and killed at the height of the performances.

September 9th, 2018
Teenaged Cousins Shot Dead!

St Lucia Star

As of last Saturday (September 8, 208) the death toll for 2018 stood at 27, with the fatal shootings of 19-year-old, Callis Benjamin and 13-year-old Rohan Louison.

September 8th, 2018
Diplomat’s driver found dead in car trunk

T&T Guardian

The body of a worker employed at the Embassy of El Salvador was yesterday found in an agri­cul­tur­al area in Cunu­pia.

September 7th, 2018
Police busts dangerous gang: Arrest five with guns, fake plates

Kaieteur News

GROVE EBD, Guyana, SA - Police have dismantled a gang that is believed to be linked to a recent multimillion dollar heist, after intercepting a car with five men yesterday at Samatta Point Grove, East Bank Demerara.

September 6th, 2018
Cayman to create new trade ministry

Cayman Compass

Premier Alden McLaughlin revealed plans to create a new ministry to fight for Cayman’s interests overseas, saying the territory could no longer rely on the United Kingdom to defend the islands’ economic interests.

September 5th, 2018
Barbudans will be forcibly removed – PM Browne

Antigua Observer

Barbudans, who continue to ignore repeated notices to leave the National Technical Training Centre, (NTTC) shelter in Antigua will be forced to do so.

September 4th, 2018
Striking teachers abandon classrooms countrywide

Demerara Waves

Numerous teachers across Guyana stayed away from classrooms at government-run schools, even as the Ministry of Education deployed scabs comprising retired and trainee teachers to cushion the impact of a strike that has entered the second week to press demands for increased salaries.

September 3rd, 2018
Bandit drops gun, screams ‘like a girl’, leaves trail of urine after victim opens fire

Kaieteur News

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, SA - Three bandits bent on robbery dropped a gun and bicycle, while one fled “screaming like a little girl” after a businessman who was their intended target shot at them.

September 2nd, 2018
Stolen goats funding Jamaican gangs

Jamaica Observer

FEW could have predicted that one day the stealing of goats would become the leading criminal activity in a Jamaican parish, similarly, it would not have been easy to fathom that the act is fostering the growth of gang activities.


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