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Case Against Dominica’s Prime Minister Dismissed in Basseterre Due to lack of Evidence

Skerritt.jpg2Basseterre, St. Kitts, Monday 11th March, 2013, (MiyVue.com) –A case brought against the Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerritt, was dismissed on Monday morning following a hearing by a three member panel of judges from the OECS Court of Appeal that was sitting in Basseterre, St. Kitts, today, 11th March, 2013. 

 

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Gastroenteritis outbreak in Guyana, Barbados on alert

guyana mapGeorgetown, Guyana, March 11, 2013 (MiyVue.com) – Less than 24 hours after Barbados declared an alert following an increase in gastroenteritis on the island, health authorities in Guyana say they are monitoring reports of an outbreak of the infection of the lining of the digestive tract in the north west district that has so far resulted in the death of one person.

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Barbados police assisting with Antigua gun crimes

guns2St. John’s, Antigua, March 11, 2013 (MiyVue.com) – Barbados police are assisting their counterparts here in the investigations of a number of gun-related crimes including the murder of Susan Powell, a mother of five, who was gunned downed at her workplace in the capital last month.

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Body of Chavez to join other world leaders and stuffed animals on permanent display

deadchavezCaracas, Venezuela, March 11th 2013, (MiyVue.com) - After four operations for cancer, two years of suffering, and two decades in the public eye, it appears that late Venezuela President Hugo Chavez will know no peace, even in death.

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United in support of women

Miller KamlaPort of Spain, Trinidad, Mar 8 2013, (MiyVue.com) – The Caribbean only two women heads of government Friday pledged to end violence and discrimination against women in their respective countries as they joined the global community in observing International Women’s Day.

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