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Daily Archives: May 12, 2015

Fiery election unrest in Sophia following allegation of bogus polling station

Several vehicles were burnt and a house, where Sophia residents alleged was a bogus polling station, was under threat. Police and soldiers were deployed to the scene where our reporter, Zena Henry, reports that the situation seems to be calming. Co-campaign manager for the coalition of A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC), Raphael Trotman said party officials were ...

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Opposition says PPP’s Kwame McCoy was never touched during St. Sidewells disturbance

by Zena Henry The A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) Coalition has reported that no harm came to People’s Progressive Party (PPP) candidate Kwame McCoy when disapproval of his presence at the St. Sidwells Primary School at Hadfield Street &Vlissengen Road was strongly opposed by voters casting their ballots there. McCoy who has had past incidents with ...

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Fire fighters attacked while responding to fire call in Sophia

As soldiers joined police in confidence-building patrols, a fire tender’s windshield was shattered Monday night while fire fighters were responding to a report of a burning bus in ‘C’ Field, Sophia. Fire fighters were forced to retreat before they could have reached the scene of the blaze. There was also a report of a burning house in the Police Commissioner ...

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