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Former President of Haiti Concerned About Increase in Kidnappings

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – Several organizations, including the December 4 Collective, have announced plans to stage street protest against the spate of kidnappings in the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country as the latest victim was released over the weekend following the payment of a ransom.

Former President of Haiti Concerned About Increase in Kidnappings

Tracy Panton "Confident" of Making Political History in Belize

BELMOPAN, Belize – The parliamentary representative for the Albert Area, Tracy Panton says she remains confident of becoming the first woman to lead the main opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) that has been without a leader ever since former education minister Patrick Faber was forced to step down in the wake of a domestic violence incident earlier this year.

Tracy Panton (Photo via the Government of Belize Press Office)

United States to Invest J$3.1b in Jamaica

WASHINGTON DC, March 30, 2022 - Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness today held discussions with United States Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House, following his arrival in Washington DC on Tuesday night for a five-day working visit in the United States Capitol.

Prime Minister Andrew Holness has the rap attention of the United States Vice President Kamala Harris as he deliver remarks after they held discussions at her Office at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex. (Photo by Derrick Scott)

Jamaican Jurist to Lead Commission of Enquiry Into the Deaths of Four Divers

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Renowned Jamaican jurist Justice Cecil Dennis Morrison Q.C has been appointed to lead a three-member Commission of Enquiry (COE) that will look into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of four divers who were working on an underwater crude oil pipeline last month, Energy and Energy Industries Minister Stuart Young announced Thursday.

Justice Cecil Dennis Morrison
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