Weekly Round-up: China warning… 94-y-o woman raped… Elaine Thompson weds

Weekly Round-up: China warning… 94-y-o woman raped… Elaine Thompson weds

Saturday, November 09, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Top United States military official in the region, Admiral Craig Faller, on Wednesday listed China among countries which he said does not hold the values shared by Jamaica and America. His warning came two days after Prime Minister Andrew Holness told People's Republic of China President Xi Jinping during his first official visit to the Asian country that the aim of his trip was to strengthen the strategic relations between both countries.

On Thursday, a 94-year-old woman, who is also an amputee, was raped in Keith district, St Ann after a man reportedly entered her house by removing some window blades.

And in sport, Olympic gold medallist Elaine Thompson got married to former athlete and coach Derron Herah on Saturday, November 2 at Old Fort Bay in St Ann.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

See story links below:

China warning

Jamaica looking to strengthen ties with China, Holness tells Xi

US army commander's statements irresponsible, says Chinese Embassy

Visas revoked

Bent loses his US visa too

Visa jitters

Discovery Bay committee says dolphins polluting bay, stages protest

Messy claims land Discovery Bay CDC in trouble

Matters at Manchester Parish Court adjourned after early morning fire

Manchester Parish Court fire causes $35m in damage

Fraud trial moves to Porus after Mandeville courthouse fire

Manchester Parish Court cases to be transferred

UTech lecturers agree 'temporary' end to strike

UTech strike ends but students now make demands

UTech says exams will not be postponed despite strike

Survey shows decline in child population

As Jamaican flag flies at NYSE, Street Forrest explains 'secret sauce' to Bloomberg

Night of savagery

Trial continues for remaining 2 accused in 2011 murder of mother, daughter

94-y-o woman raped in St Ann

Drama at MoBay church as cops remove three minors

'Watching very closely'

Father gunned down in front of students at St James basic school

$5 billion in cocaine, ganja seized at sea

Hope, Chase power Windies to ODI win over Afghanistan

Olympian Elaine Thompson weds

Head over heels

Asafa launches online fitness programme

Clovis Toon

High untimely FX demands by some banks fuelling exchange rate volatility — Byles

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