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JAMAICA | Seven newborns die of Klebsiella says Health Ministry

JAMAICA | Seven newborns die of Klebsiel…

KINGSTON,  November 22, 2017 _ The Ministry of Health has revealed that between September and October this year, seven newborns died at two public hospitals from the Klebsiella infection.

22-11-2017 Hits:9 Health

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JAMAICA | Hanna's lawyers say nothing criminal in her actions

JAMAICA | Hanna's lawyers say nothing cr…

KINGSTON, Jamaica, November 22, 2016 -  Lawyers representing Member of Parliament Lisa Hanna say despite the well publicised findings of the Office of the Contractor General, OCG, in relation to...

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JAMAICA | PNP to test new NIDS law in the courts

JAMAICA | PNP to test new NIDS law in th…

KINGSTON,  November 22, 2017 - The Peoples National Party has instructed its lawyers to examine the much-debated National Identification and Registration Act (NIDS Bill) which was passed by the government...

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USA | Black C'bean legislators outraged Trump sending Haitians home

USA | Black C'bean legislators outraged …

WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — Black Democratic congressional leaders have joined Caribbean legislators in expressing outrage over the Trump Administration's decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nearly 60,000...

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JAMAICA | National ID Bill passed amidst walkout by Opposition PNP

JAMAICA | National ID Bill passed amidst…

KINGSTON,  November 22, 2016 - Amidst vehement protest by the Opposition Peoples National Party and a subsequent walkout by its members in protest against the Government's  refusal to withdraw the...

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Robert Mugabe Resigns, Ending Four Decades of Rule Over Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe Resigns, Ending Four Decad…

Harare: Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe’s president on Tuesday a week after the army and his former political allies moved against him, ending four decades of rule by a man...

22-11-2017 Hits:5 World News

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JAMAICA | IMF Head Says Jamaica Setting Standards in Collaboration

JAMAICA | IMF Head Says Jamaica Setting …

KINGSTON, November 21, 2017, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, says Jamaica is “setting standards” in the collaborative approach being taken in implementing the economic reform...

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JAMAICA | PM Holness Announces Boundaries for Cockpit Country

JAMAICA | PM Holness Announces Boundarie…

KINGSTON,  Nov. 22, 2016 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday announced in Parliament the areas to be designated as the boundary of the Cockpit Country and of the Cockpit Country...

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Venezuela Considers Initial Debt Refinancing a Great Success

Venezuela Considers Initial Debt Refinan…

A public statement released by the Venezuelan government confirmed that it intends to fulfill its debt obligations, despite media reports to the contrary.

14-11-2017 Hits:28 World News

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PLO Says Israel Is Attempting to ‘Eradicate’ Palestinians

PLO Says Israel Is Attempting to ‘Eradic…

The Palestinian Liberation Organization, PLO, has released a statement condemning Israel for its “colonization and ethnic cleansing" policies, which have effectively sabotaged possibilities of peace in the region, according to the group.

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ANTIGUA | Tourism Minister optimistic about relationship between Sandals and Government

ANTIGUA | Tourism Minister optimistic ab…

LONDON, Nov. 8, CMC – Antigua and Barbuda’s newly appointed Minister of Tourism Charles Fernandez, says the ongoing verbal battle between Prime Minister Gaston Brown and the Sandals Group will...

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JAMAICA | Prime Minister wants to end corporal punishment

JAMAICA | Prime Minister wants to end co…

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 8, CMC – Prime Minister Andrew Holness has called for the banning of corporal punishment in schools and the wider society.

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ST. LUCIA |  Police operations across the region challenged by political interference – former Police Commissioner

ST. LUCIA | Police operations across th…

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Nov. 8, CMC –  A former  Police Commissioner in St. Lucia, Vernon Francois, has asserted that direct interference by politicians in the operations of police forces in...

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BELIZE | Belize says it’s not surprised by latest move by Guatemala

BELIZE | Belize says it’s not surprised …

BELMOPAN Belize, Nov 8, CMC – The Belize government says it is not surprised at the latest move by Guatemala seeking to claim all of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country...

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JAMAICA | Sandals accuses Antigua’s Prime Minister of Having no Interest in Truth

JAMAICA | Sandals accuses Antigua’s Prim…

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, November 8, 2017 – Sandals Resorts International says Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has no interest in the truth, and has waged what he calls ...

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CAYMAN ISLANDS | Cayman Islands defends integrity of its offshore financial sector

CAYMAN ISLANDS | Cayman Islands defends …

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands, Nov 8, CMC – The Cayman Islands saying it has had to get used to “unfair and inaccurate” reporting about its global financial sector, is distancing...

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