Weekly Round-up: More ZOSOs coming… Man killed, limbs removed… Girlz heading to World Cup

Sunday, October 21, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness disclosed on Tuesday during the sitting of the House of Representatives that zones of special operations (ZOSOs) are to be rolled out in an additional 20 communities across the island.

On the crime scene, the police in St James are probing the death of an elderly man whose body was found at his home in Granville on Tuesday with the limbs missing.

In sport, Jamaica's Reggae Girls earned a historic spot in next year's Fifa Women's World Cup by defeating Panama 4-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw on Wednesday in the third place playoff of the CONCACAF Women's Championship qualifying tournament in Texas.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

See story links below:

More ZOSOs to be established — Holness

House approves extension of St James SOE, Mount Salem ZOSO

Reid says Gov't moving full speed ahead with PEP

PEP website up and running, ministry says

PEP website up and running, ministry says

Domestic disputes worry Chuck, despite murder drop

NWC seeking increase

Inter-American human rights body to examine Jamaica's 'homophobic' laws

St James man found dead with limbs missing

Linstead cop accused of soliciting $50k in ganja bust

JDF coastguard among three arrested in separate gun finds

J'can lottery scammer gets 6 years in US

Jamaica earn World Cup trip on penalties after draw

Sprint king Bolt rejects Malta football offer

Bolt fumes over drug test notice

Grange lauds Sunshine Girls' clean sweep series win

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