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Weekly Round-up: Singh is Miss World… Man killed while holding baby… Fraser-Pryce aims for double

Saturday, December 21, 2019

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Twenty-three-year-old Toni-Ann Singh made history on Saturday by becoming the fourth Jamaican to be crowned Miss World.

On Wednesday, 24-year-old Shevon Davidson was shot and killed while clutching a one-year-old baby to his chest in Harbour View in a shooting incident that left another man injured.

And Jamaican track and field sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on Sunday confirmed that she will be seeking the 100m-200m double at the Tokyo Olympics in Japan next year.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

See story links below:

OUR MISS WORLD!

Miss World Toni-Ann Singh comes home this weekend

Jelly and guineps: All Miss World wants

$250M to start tourism workers' pension fund

Transport ministry launches app to expose unruly drivers

Transport Authority introducing 'Travel Pal' mobile app in January

Demand for entertainment permits decline, says mayor

House approves temporary extended time for parties

'Let the music play'

Police: We can't have safety without order

WORST MEDICAL CRISIS EVER

Lorna Goodison to receive Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry

Woman's son killed after his brothers shot, injured

Police seize $9 million worth of ganja in St Elizabeth

 Car thief arrested

Farmer charged in St Catherine shooting

Tokyo double

Up in the air

Clovis Toon

Moody's upgrades Jamaica's rating