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Police in Jamaica have launched an investigation into the weekend shooting deaths of three men on Old Harbour Road in Spanish Town, St Catherine.
Photo caption: From Left: Mr Dereck Springer, Director PANCAP Coordinating Unit, Dr Yafflo Ouattara, UNAIDS Country Coordinator, Haiti, Dr Edward Greene, UN Special Envoy for HIV in the Caribbean, His Excellency Jocelerme Privert, President, Haiti, Dr Cesar Nunez, UNAIDS Regional Director, Latin America and Caribbean, Dr Francoise Ndayishimiye, Human Rights and Senior Gender Advisor, UNAIDS, Haiti
The new Governments in Jamaica and Haiti which together account for approximately 71 percent of People living with HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean, have agreed to send high level representatives to the UN High Level Meeting (UN HLM) on HIV/AIDS on June 8-10, 2016 in New York.
Three Dominica Republic nationals were among four who lost their lives in a motor vehicle collision early on the weekend along the Braco main road in Trelawny.
The four were employees of a St Ann hotel.
Entertainer Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey was on Monday slapped with several fraud-related charges.
Mr Kemaul Persaud
The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has made three appointments to its staff at its Headquarters in Barbados. Mr Kemaul Persaud, a Barbadian national joined the Council on Monday 2 February in the post of Director of Corporate Services.
Bruce Golding testified in the Tivoli Enquiry today that he knew Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, and that they spoke on a number of occasions prior to the issuing of an extradition request, from the United States, for Coke in August 2009.
Jamaicans celebrate the 70th anniversary of the birth of late reggae legend Bob Marley on today with a jamming session at his former home and a free concert as the Caribbean island continues to wrestle over his place in its pantheon of heroes.
A Home Depot worker who shot his manager before killing himself had been passed over for a promotion and was dumped by his girlfriend, law-enforcement sources have revealed.
A former Jamaican policeman has been included on the list of eight most wanted suspects being sought by the Toronto Police Fugitive Squad. The police believe that Peter Silvera who is wanted in Jamaica in connection with two deaths in 2004, fled to Canada, where he is in hiding.