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Jamaica's Reggae Boyz has apologized for protest action taken during the Digicel Caribbean Cup, which recently concluded in Martinique.
In a letter sent to the Jamaica Football Federation and members of the general public, the players described their actions as "not proper" and "misguided" and also apologised for an unintended embarrassment their actions may have caused the country.
"We have concluded that our actions, consequently, even though not intended, caused undue embarrassment to the country. This was not our intention. As a result, we are using this medium to publicly and unreservedly apologise to the JFF, the people of Jamaica, our families, all the Reggae Boyz fans in the diaspora and other parts of the world, for any role that we have played in this matter."
The Jamaica government is concerned about the deportation of Jamaicans from the United Kingdown.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator Marlene Malahoo-Forte, says this is a challenging issue.Her comments as she responded to questions during a Diaspora Community meeting about the British Government's proposal to deport foreign prisoners to serve sentences in their country of origin.
The Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) has further cut its interest rates on loans for energy-saving projects.
With the latest cut, the rate is now at an all-time low of 9.5 per cent, down from 9.75 per cent.
Dancehall artiste Rodney 'Bounty Killer' Pryce was all smiles when his wish for his passport to be returned was granted by an Area Resident Magistrate's yesterday Friday December 3rd 2010.
His attorney Christopher Townsend, made the application for the passport which was taken from the artiste by the police as a condition for his $500,000 bail in an assault case.