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Reward offered for Dudus info


KINGSTON – Jamaica is offering a US$20 000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a reputed drug lord at the center of a bloody manhunt. Christopher “Dudus” Coke is Jamaica’s most-wanted fugitive. He is being sough...

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Head: No strike planned


BRIDGETOWN – The head of the union representing LIAT pilots says his members have not planned industrial reaction over outstanding pay related issues at the Antigua-based carrier.This comes from LIALPA Chairman Captain Mich...

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Jamaican fathers ‘make grade’

Jamaican fathers ‘make grade’


KINGSTON – HEAD of Fathers Incorporated Dr Herbert Gayle said there were many misconceptions about Jamaican fathers as the culture was not one which relayed clean and objective information about men as parents. This, he arg...

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Boyce case accused in court


Former Turks and Caicos premier Galmo Williams is to appear in court tomorrow after an altercation with Barbadian newspaper editor  Hayden Boyce.Williams was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm after an inci...

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Jamaica Adventists on their own


KINGSTON – Spurred by phenomenal growth, Jamaican Adventists are moving out on their own from the parent West Indies Union Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists which will go out of existence, church leaders have confirmed.A...

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16 of those killed lived outside Tivoli


KINGSTON - Sixteen of the people found dead in Tivoli Gardens after gunmen loyal to fugitive Christopher "Dudus" Coke exchanged gunfire with police and soldiers over three days late last month are not from that West Kingsto...

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Rights group heading to court


KINGSTON - A small local human-rights group has filed a suit in the Supreme Court challenging the one-month state of emergency which came into effect last month and blaming Prime Minister Bruce Golding for the recent unrest...

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Jamaica police seize motorcycles

Jamaica police seize motorcycles


KINGSTON - The St Andrew South police seized 13 motorcycles during a series of raids in Half-Way-Tree and surrounding communities last week. Thursday's seizure brought to 33, the number of bikes confiscated since the operat...

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Law passed minus ALP


ST JOHN'S - Lawmakers have passed legislation aimed at combating the problem of human trafficking, one year after a United States State Department Trafficking in Persons Report criticised Antigua and Barbuda for not strengt...

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Dissidents change jails

Dissidents change jails


HAVANA - Roman Catholic leaders said Friday that Cuban authorities had agreed to free an ill political prisoner and transfer six others to jails nearer home, the latest in a rare series of concessions from a government not ...