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Western Jamaica increases Cops For To Fight Crime
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MONTEGO BAY, Jul 03 2016 – Police Commissioner Dr. Carl Williams says more police personnel will be deployed to the western parish of St. James in the aftermath of an incident late Friday in which three people were killed by gunmen and six others injured. The police say the shooting that took place at an internet cafe in the community of New Ramble is linked to the lottery scam. Head of  the St James Police Senior Superintendent Marlon Nesbeth says...

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Tuesday, 05 July 2016
Event promoter sues Dominica Government for deporting Tommy lee in 2014
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ROSEAU, Dominica , Jul 04 2016 – The government is facing legal action for the deportation of controversial Jamaican artiste Tommy Lee Sparta and his entourage in 2014. The son of former Prime Minister Rosie Douglas says he is preparing to sue the government for what he describes as the illegal arrest, detention, and deportation of the Leroy Russell, who is also known as Tommy Lee Sparta. According to Cabral Douglas, who organized the concert, Tommy Lee was scheduled to...

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Tuesday, 05 July 2016
Massive Jamaican Coastal Clean Up To be Undertaken by 18 Militaries
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JAMAICA – More than 1,000 military personnel from 18 countries, including Jamaica, will be undertaking a massive coastal clean-up exercise throughout sections of the island on Sunday. The event, with activities starting at 12:30 p.m., forms part of phase two of the Exercise Tradewinds which began in Jamaica on Monday and will run until next Tuesday. “This is our big signature community outreach event,” Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Lt Col Mahatma Williams told journalists on Wednesday during a briefing session...

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Friday, 24 June 2016
men who robbed, beat judge and her husband get 16 years
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GUYANA – THREE men were sentenced to 16 years imprisonment by Magistrate Zamilla Ally-Seepaul for the robbery and home invasion of Land Court Judge Nicola Pierre and her husband Mohammed Chan. Dameion Millington, 22, of Lot 118 Caesar Street, Agricola; Nicholas Narine, 18, also of Caesar Street, Agricola and Warren McKenzie, 22, of Lot 18 Brutus Street, Agricola, were all charged with robbery under arms and felonious wounding of Pierre and Chand. Millington, Narine and McKenzie were sentenced to eight years...

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Friday, 24 June 2016
Dominican teenager Shanelle Xavier has gone missing
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Shanelle Xavier – Photo Dominica News Online  DOMINICA – Another teenager has been reported missing and police are appealing to the public for assistance in locating her. Police PRO, Assistant Superindent Claude Weekes, said Shanelle Xavier, 14, of Madrelle was last seen around 10:30 pm last Friday when she told her brother she was gooing to a shop to buy Ramen. The student of the Wesley High School has not been seen since. Weekes said searches were carried out in...

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Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Journalists should not be killed just because they think differently says the Catholic Church
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Protester of the Catholic Community – Photo Dominican Today    Santo Domingo.– The Catholic Church has criticized those who seek to “shoot” reporters Huchi Lora, Juan Bolivar Diaz, Amelia Deschamps and Roberto Cavada, because they think differently to a sector of Dominican society, on the issue of Haitian migration. The church is alarmed at the death threats to the four Dominican journalists, warning those who seek to silence journalists that ideas are fought with ideas, but not with the force...

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Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Statia boat accident leaves one crew member dead
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Removing the lifeless body from the boat – Photo The Daily Herald ST. EUSTATIUS–One man died after a fishing boat capsized in the waters between St. Eustatius and St. Kitts on January 27. Harbour Master Austin van Heyningen, of the harbour in Statia, received a call at 4:03pm from the police, stating they had received a distress call from a vessel located South-east of Statia. It transpired that the fishing boat had capsized, leaving three people in the water. One...

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Edward Registe nominated by Gov’t as Deputy House Speaker
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Senator Edward Registe – photo Dominican News  Online DOMINICA – Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit has announced that General Secretary of the Dominica Labour Party (DLP), Senator Edward Registe, is government’s nominee for Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly. He made that announcement during an interview with state-owned DBS Radio on Monday night. “It is the government’s intention to nominate Senator Edward Registe as the Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly,” Skerrit said. The Prime Minister noted that Registe...

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015
8 YVA nominations goes to Spice
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JAMAICA – The ‘Stage show Boss’, Spice, has returned to the island after an exciting and terrifying time in Paris, France. present in Paris during the Charlie Hebdo attacks by Muslim extremists, Spice said though the tour was a success, she is happy to be safely back in the island. “my prayers are continuously with all my fans and friends in France.” on her return, Spice received the wonderful news that she was nominated for a whopping eight awards at...

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Wednesday, 28 January 2015
US$200,000 for Dominican kidnapped in Heiti demanded Rebels
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SANTO DOMINGO – Dajabon, DR.– Four people, some of them Dominican traders, were kidnapped by criminals who were riding on two motorcycles from Cap Haitien to Dajabon, as reported by elnuevodiario.com.do. According to police reports quoted by the outlet, the kidnappers demanded a ransom payment of US$200,000 for the release of Starling Alvarez Nuñez (Nabu), 22, a resident of Dajabon. Police said three of the hostages were released, including Deogracia Nuñez (Siso), but her son is being retained. Apparently, the kidnappers belong...

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Friday, 23 January 2015
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