KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police have reported the seizure of 44.1 pounds of cocaine at the Kingston Container Terminal (KCT) shortly after 1:00 pm Thursday afternoon.
This cocaine seizure is the second at the terminal in less than twenty-four hours and the third in a week.
Reports from the police ar ...more »
The Jamaican track and field team has been receiving strong support for their fans who frequently travel to the various international athletic venues to watch them perform. The World Championships which recently took place in Moscow, Russia was no exception. They carried the national flag proudly and wore the black, green and gold with delight. The country also received support from the many friends they made especially at the Luzhniki stadium where the Games were held.
Here are some photos of our fans in the historic city of Moscow.
View more images from Moscow World Championships 2013 in our online Photo Gallery
Yes, indeed! We are number one!
Russian youngsters show off the white, red and blue of Russia and the black, green This Jamaican fan is not alone, we are all with him.
Jamaican fans joyously celebrate the victory by Usain Bolt in the 100 metres final. Yes, indeed! We are number one! and gold of Jamaica
Although unable to defend his 100-metres title, Yohan Blake
was still in Moscow supporting his fellow Jamaican athletes in
their pursuit of medals and even took the time to prepare for life
after athletics... Yes Mr Starter.
Jamaican fans joyously celebrate the victory by Usain Bolt in the 100 metres final.
The black, green and gold displayed in all its glory in Moscow, Russia.
ALWAYS WITH USAIN! The mother and father (left) of Usain Bolt are always present to watch their son perform wherever
he runs in the world. Here they are at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow basking in the glory of their son.
This young Muscovite is quite serious in
his support of Jamaica.
This young man covers himself with the flag of the land.
This Jamaican fan is not alone, we are all with him.
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