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11 more men listed as wanted by Kingston West Police
Tertiary students set to benefit from Sagicor Foundation Scholarship Programme
Two dead in Westmoreland motorcycle collision
Mr Easy teams up with Current Boss for ‘Stoplight’
Kingston West Police list wanted men
KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Kingston West police have listed several individuals as wanted in connection with murders and shootings committed across the Division. T...
131 new COVID-19 cases, three more deaths
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica on Tuesday recorded 131 new cases of COVID-19 and three new virus-related deaths, bringing the total confirmed cases to 135,462 and ...
Salvador Ramos: From troubled teen to school shooter
UVALDE, USA (AFP) - Bullied at school, difficulties at home, a history of self-harm: the young man who gunned down 19 small children in Texas had a troubled bac...
St James most wanted wept, begged for his life when captured
MONTEGO BAY, St James- Twenty-four-year-old Nikeelo Lewis, who was the most wanted on the St James police list, reportedly openly wept and begged for his life w...
‘No more drama’: Lincoln 3Dot seeks to rebrand
The music career of Lincoln 3Dot, by his own admission, has been driven by controversy, which became such a defining aspect of his persona that it was hard for ...
Father punches daughter after empty juice box found in kitchen sink
A dispute over an empty juice box resulted in a daughter hauling her father to the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Tuesday. Wayne Smith pleaded guilty to...
UN official says small island states ‘suffer disproportionately’ when disasters strike
BALI, Indonesia (CMC) — Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Amina Mohamed, Wednesday highlighted the need to focus on least-developed countries (LDC...
Court told travel request by Petrojam general manager ‘a bit unusual’
A request for overseas travel which came from former General Manager of Petrojam Floyd Grindley in August 2017 was found to be "a bit unusual" by former permane...
Police assisted Skeng after he was pepper-sprayed, no animosity between them — Townsend
KINGSTON, Jamaica — There is no animosity between the police forces and dancehall sensation Skeng even after an incident at the airport yesterday when he was ph...
Kate Moss denies Depp ever pushed her down staircase
FALLS CHURCH, Virgina (AP) — Supermodel Kate Moss, a former girlfriend of Johnny Depp, denied Wednesday that she had ever been pushed or assaulted by Depp durin...
IDB to host regional trade and foreign ministers forum
WASHINGTON, CMC – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says it will host a regional trade and foreign ministers forum on the margins of the ninth Summit of...
200 bodies found in basement in Mariupol’s ruins - Ukraine
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Workers digging through the rubble of an apartment building in Mariupol found 200 bodies in the basement, Ukrainian authorities said Tuesda...
Chinese leader Xi defends record to UN human rights chief
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese leader Xi Jinping defended his country’s record to the top United Nations (UN) human rights official on Wednesday, saying each nation sho...
UK’s Johnson ‘humbled’ but wants to move on from ‘partygate’
LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior officials bear responsibility for a culture of rule-breaking that resulted in several partie...
Dozens of migrants missing off Tunisia’s coast
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A boat carrying migrants from Libya to Europe capsized off Tunisia’s coast, prompting an ongoing rescue operation Wednesday after one body...
School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Once again, one of America’s deadliest mass shootings happened in Texas. Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppe...
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