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Jamaica PM Says International Help To Fight Narco Criminals On The Way

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s Prime Minister Bruce Golding claims his government is actively pursuing international expertise and resources in order to shut down international narcotic networks in the country. Golding said that equipment for the security forces will be arriving from the United States of America, and that his Jamaica Labor Party government was also pursuing ...

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Dudus In Custody But State Of Public Emergency Remains For St Catherine And St Andrew

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s most wanted man, Christopher Coke may be in custody but a State of Public Emergency remains in place for St. Catherine Parish in Kingston and St Andrew. The country`s Parliament on Tuesday unanimously supported Prime Minister Bruce Golding`s resolution for the State of Public Emergency to be extended for another month. `The ...

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Jamaica – Coke Extradition Hearing For Today

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s most wanted man, Christopher `Dudus` Coke is set to face an extradition hearing today. The hearing for the Kingston strong man will commence at 10 a.m. today, June 24, 2010, at the Mobile Reserves of the Jamaica Constabulary Force at the Harman Barracks.  The hearing comes as the U.S. said Wednesday it ...

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OAS Secretary General Sends Condolences To Brazil

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. June 24, 2010: The Secretary General of the Organization of American States is among those who have begun offering condolences to Brail. José Miguel Insulza expressed his solidarity with Brazil after floods claimed the lives of a few hundred people in the states of Alagoas and Pernambuco. Tens of thousands of Brazilians were left without homes ...

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Puerto Rico Senator And Businessman Charged In Bribery Scheme

CaribWorldNews, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Weds. June 23, 2010: Puerto Rico Senator Hector Martinez Maldonado and Juan Bravo Fernandez, the former president of one of the largest private security firms in Puerto Rico, have been charged for their alleged roles in a bribery scheme involving legislation beneficial to Bravo Fernandez` business. The six-count indictment returned Tuesday in U.S. District Court ...

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The BP Oil Spill And The Caribbean

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Weds. June 23, 2010: In the Gulf of Mexico, oil continues to hemorrhage from a deep sea well nearly a mile beneath the ocean and about forty miles off the U.S. coast.  Although estimates vary, the growing consensus among scientists is that even with the cap that has now been placed over the leak; ...

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Caribbean Tourism Officials Remain Concerned About Britain`s Air Duty

 CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Weds. June 23, 2010:  As the countdown begins to the November increase in Britain`s Air Passenger Duty, the Caribbean Tourism Organization is voicing concern over a delayed a decision over the future of  the tax. The CTO`s comments come as George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer,  said during his emergency budget speech that the British Coalition ...

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Guyanese In Insurance For Murder Scheme To Be Freed

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. June 23, 2010: One of the Guyanese men in the shocking insurance for murder scheme is set to go free this summer. Camuldeen Allie, 35, has turned state`s witness in a deal cut with prosecutors. Now he is set to walk out of prison a free man in August after having served only a fraction ...

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Accused Jamaican Drug Lord Now Faces Legal Proceedings

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. June 23, 2010: Jamaica`s accused drug lord, Christopher `Dudus` Coke, could face legal proceedings within the next 48 hours. That`s according to Jamaica Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington. His comments came just moments after the arrest of the Kingston strongman at Ferry on Mandela Highway, in St. Catherine nearly a month after the police launched a ...

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Trinidad`s Acting Top Cop Gets An Extension

CaribWorldNews, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Weds. June 23, 2010: Trinidad and Tobago will continue to be served by its  acting Police Commissioner – at least for the next three months. Acting Commissioner James Philbert will continue to serve in the post, according to the Police Service Commission, until parliament chooses a new commissioner. Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar has said the Commission ...

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