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US sanctions former Haitian Prime Minister for alleged corruption
WASHINGTON, CMC – The United States on Friday sanctioned former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Salvador Lamothe for his alleged involvement in “significant corruption.” “This action renders Lamothe generally ineligible for...

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Today's Issue Published: Saturday, June 3, 2023
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Court keeps leash on SSL

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GoodHeart | J'can mathlete excels - Kayla Wright eager to compete internationally

Kayla Wright, Jamaicas top Mathematical Olympiad awardee for 2022/23, is excited about representing our island at the international competition, which will be held in El Salvador between July 2 and 13. Kayla, a grade-11 student of Campion College...

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Young finding her feet in rookie professional season

In her first season as a professional, quarter-miler Charokee Young is finding out the rigours of the highest level, relying on a change in mindset to push her to her goals this season. Young will be competing tonight in the 400m at the Racers...

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Fun and prizes galore as Krispy Kreme launches today

With the finishing touches being put on for the grand public opening of the flagship Krispy Kreme store today at 1 Waterloo Road in St Andrew, Brand Manager Bradley Perkins says the excitement is at fever pitch for the product and for the range of...

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Editorial | Address JCF attrition

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is haemorrhaging and Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson appears resigned to the fact that the revolving door of policemen and women heading to greener pastures will continue over time. The JCF...

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Letter of the Day | Do our politicians have a conscience?
THE EDITOR, Madam: We at the Advocates Network are concerned that despite our protests continuing at Heroes Circle daily, there has been no attempt by the Government of Jamaica (GOJ) to roll back the salaries of politicians. Despite the seemingly...

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Something Extra | Saturday

‘Twas an enchanted evening last Saturday as well-dressed patrons filled the lawns of Couples San Souci resort in support of the fund-raiser for the construction of the Mary Issa Health Centre for children and adolescents, which will be built in...

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Businessman gets life sentence for 2021 assassination of Haiti's president

MIAMI (AP): A federal judge in Miami sentenced a Haitian-Chilean businessman on Friday to life in prison for his role in helping a group of Colombian mercenaries obtain weapons to assassinate Haitian President Jovenel Moïse in 2021. Rodolphe Jaar,...

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