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The chairman of the Environment Agency has faced renewed calls to resign after it emerged that claims his wife was from Barbados, where he holidayed as Britain battled severe flooding, were false.

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A menacing Vincentian national, due to welcome his grandchild this May, instead battered and buried his pregnant daughter in a fatal fight over money, sources told the Daily News.

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The International Police is searching the world for 374 international fugitives, including 11 Dominicans, who are under a "red notice" arrest warrant, Diario Libre reported recently.

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Excellent melodies, lyrics and arrangements in many of the approximately 230 entries submitted for the preliminary round of the 2016 International Soca Monarch (ISM) competition meant the adjudicating panel had a tough time yesterday narrowing down the field to a maximum of 60 semi-finalists.

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With the firm resolution to strengthen CARICOM to provide greater benefits for its peoples, the Hon. Dean Barrow, Prime Minister of Belize assumes chairmanship from 1 January 2016.

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A riot at a prison in Guatemala has left at least eight inmates dead and more than 20 injured.

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Haiti's President Michel Martelly says the run-off election to choose his successor will be held on 17 January. The run-off was due to take place last week, but was postponed after opposition factions alleged fraud during the first round in October.

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