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St Lucia opposition leadership under renewed attack from women's group

Petra--EzekielCASTRIES, St Lucia - In what appears to be yet another misstep by the leadership of the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) in Saint Lucia, the president of the party’s women’s arm, Woman In Action (WIA) has written to the party chairman complaining of widespread disrespect for women within the organisation.

 

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TT police inspector warns citizens to prepare for more roadblocks

Bumper-to-bumper.5PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Police Inspector Roger Alexander advised yesterday that because of how the police needed to treat with the current crime situation, citizens had better “walk with their breakfast, lunch and dinner” when leaving home.

 

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Trinidad no-confidence motion to be debated Wednesday

keith rowley34PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - A motion of no-confidence against Trinidad and Tobago opposition leader Dr Keith Rowley will be debated on Wednesday.

 

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PM warned that bullying, threats could cost him the next election

PM-Warned2Political Advisor Dr Isaac Newton has blasted Prime Minister Gaston Browne for what he calls Browne’s threatening and bullying of residents.

 

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Continued US concern over Bahamas aviation sector, drug activity

major-corridorsNASSAU, Bahamas - The US State Department says Haitian and Haitian-Bahamian drug trafficking organizations continue to play a major role in movement of cocaine and those organizations are “increasingly networked between Haiti and the significant Haitian diaspora in The Bahamas;” that its investigations reveal that Bahamian drug trafficking organizations use the Turks and Caicos Islands as a transshipment point, and that certain flights coming into The Bahamas “remain a transshipment route for contraband smuggling.

 

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