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JAMAICA-MURDER-Police officers charged in the death of entertainer

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept 22, CMC - Three police officers were on Monday charged with the 2009 killing of entertainer, Kentucky Kid, who was shot at his home during what law enforcement officials said then was a shoot out involving the police. ... Full story

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC-MEDIA-Journalists injured during clashes between police and Haitians

SANTO DOMINIGO, Dominican Republic, Sept 22, CMC - At least three journalists as police clashed with protestors of Haitian origin in the Dominican capital over the weekend, the Paris based Reporters Without Borders reported Monday. ... Full story

HAITI-PEACEKEEPERS-More than 100 Philippine soldiers head to Haiti

MANILA, Philippines, Sept 22, CMC – More than 150 members of the Philippine Navy left here Monday for Haiti to serve as United Nations peacekeepers on the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country. ... Full story

TRINIDAD-ENTERTAINMENT-Stalin hospitalised with stroke

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Sept 22, CMC- Veteran calypsonian Leroy Calliste, the Black Stalin, remained hospitalised Monday after suffering stroke a few hours after performing at a charity show in south Trinidad on Sunday night. ... Full story

TRINIDAD-PROTEST-Environmentalist says he is prepared to meet with PM in the United States

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Sept 22, CMC – Environmentalist Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh, who is on an indefinite hunger strike to force the Trinidad and Tobago government to change plans for the construction of a multi-billion dollar highway, says he is prepared to travel to the United States to meet with Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar, who is visiting that country. ... Full story


BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The following is the CANANews and SPORTS Schedule for Monday, September 22, 2014. ... Full story

TRINIDAD-SECURITY-Security experts say Piarco Airport under no threat

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Sept 22, CMC – The National Operations Center (NOC) says the Piarco International Airport “is not under any bomb threat whatsoever” after it confirmed that the bomb squad had checked a “suspicious bag” at the airport on Sunday night. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-WOMEN-New study looks at role of women in development within ACP

BRUSSELS, Sept 22, CMC - A newly released study on the role of women in advancing sustainable human development in African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries has highlighted the prevalence of social and cultural norms that discriminate against women in ACP regions. ... Full story

BAHAMAS-HEALTH-Bahamas government reiterates that foreigner did not die of Ebola virus

NASSAU, Bahamas, Sept 22, CMC – The Bahamas government Monday sought to re-assure nationals that a foreign national who died here last week was not suffering from the Ebola virus that has killed thousands of people in Africa. ... Full story

JAMAICA-RIGHTS-Prisoner who died while in police custody, buried

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept 22, CMC – A member of the ruling People’s National Party (PNP) has called on Jamaicans to become much more aware of their human rights as relatives and friends bade a final farewell to Mario Deane, a 31-year-old construction worker who died while in police custody last month. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-RIGHTS- OECS Commission to help UK Overseas Territories in reporting child abuse cases

CASTRIES,St.Lucia, Sep. 21, CMC - A four-day sub-regional workshop seeking to devise strategies for detecting and reporting Child Sexual Abuse Cases will open in Antigua and Barbuda on Monday. ... Full story

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