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Daily Archives: November 24, 2014

Trinidad police yet to find killers of German couple

Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London says $100,000 is being offered by Crime stoppers for information in solving the murder of the German couple over the weekend. 71-year-old Birgid Keil and her 74 year old husband Hubertus were both found chopped to death on Saturday, near the mouth of the river at Bacolet Bay Tobago. Police are yet ...

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Dominican flight attendant convicted for money laundering in St Vincent

A Dominican flight attendant was on Monday convicted for money laundering in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Thirty-year old Sherita Kernelle-Newton  was find more than US$3,700 or an alternative of  9 months imprisonment. St Vincent and the Grenadines’ Eyewitness News reports that 30-year old Sherita Kernelle Newton, an employee of  regional carrier LIAT, was charged with taking criminal property into ...

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Spain’s foreign minister in Cuba for bilateral and regional talks

Havana, Nov 24 (EFE).- Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo has arrived on his first official visit toCubawhere he will discuss bilateral relations and regional and international issues with his hosts. Garcia-Margallo arrived on Sunday and is to begin his official agenda on Monday on the first visit toCubaby a Spanish foreign minister in four years. Most of the agenda ...

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U.N. official visits Bahamas to discuss new immigration policy

San Juan, Nov 24 (EFE).- The deputy director-general of the International Organization for Migration visited the Bahamas for talks with top officials on the nation’s controversial new immigration law, the government said Monday. The IOM’s Laura Thompson met with the minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, Frederick Mitchell, as a follow-up to the memorandum of understanding signed by the two ...

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Jamaica urges residents to conserve water due to rain deficit

San Juan, Nov 24 (EFE).- Jamaica’s Meteorological Service has urged island residents to “remain vigilant” and conserve water due to a shortage of rainfall in some regions of the country. “Southern parishes, in particular, are expected to continue to receive below normal rainfall and might plunge into drought conditions and some might remain into early next year when the dry ...

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Caribbean News Desk radio prog for Mon, Nov 24, 2014

The St. Kitts and Nevis opposition has been weighing in on Canada’s decision to abolish visa-free entry of nationals of that twin-island federation. This follows concerns about St Kitts and Nevis’ Economic Citizenship Programme that has allowed Syrians and Iranians to enter Canada, although they possibly would not have been granted visas undr normal circumstances. Although St Kitts and Nevis ...

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Cheddi Jagan Airport Maintenance Engineer drowned

The body of a Maintenance Engineer at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) was Sunday afternoon removed from a reservoir near the airport, shortly after he allegedly sexually molested a female. He has been identified as  Christopher Andrew Jacobs, 26, of Hauraruni Village, Linden Soesdyke Highway. A senior police officer said that investigations so far revealed that he allegedly had ...

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