LIMA, (Reuters) – Peru’s Navy yesterday was carefully watching a fleet of around 250 Chinese fishing vessels that had sailed just outside the Andean country’s waters, angering the domestic fishing industry and sparking a Twitter war between Washington and Beijing.
(Trinidad Guardian) He is 65-years-old, diabetic and has US$4 left to his name.
SAN SALVADOR, (Reuters) – Salvadoran military files from the time of a 1981 massacre of 1,000 people during the country’s civil war have been mostly destroyed, said El Salvador’s president, who vowed to make the few surviving documents public in an effort to bring justice in the case.
(Jamaica Star) Abysenya Gordon is just seven years old, and to the amazement of her family, is spelling words most adults cannot even pronounce.
(Jamaica Star) A herb which is allegedly treating persons infected with COVID-19 is now in high demand in Portland and St Thomas.
(Trinidad Guardian) Relatives of a Sangre Grande businesswoman, who was kidnapped outside her family’s supermarket on Wednesday morning, are yet to receive a ransom request.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Christopher and Andrea Jacobs were eagerly anticipating celebrating son Kristophe’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination results at the family home in Sydenham Gardens, just outside Spanish Town, on Tuesday evening.
(Trinidad Express) Police officers across three divisions were last evening searching for the men who abducted 67-year-old businesswoman Mary Ali early yesterday morning.
(Jamaica Observer) THE Ministry of Education, in the wake of complaints from students and parents regarding perceived irregularities in the just-released Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exams, says it is investigating the concerns.
(Trinidad Express) National Security Minister Stuart Young said the investigation into the multi-million dollar pyramid scheme will be a complex one and issued a warning for persons to stay away from this fraud.
(Jamaica Observer) Mastercard today announced that it is partnering exclusively with Grammy winning reggae artiste, Koffee, as its official brand ambassador in Jamaica.
(Jamaica Star) Judith and Leighton Sharras had plans to celebrate their daughter Xanthe’s success in Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) when the portal opened last night.
(Trinidad Express) The “pyramid scheme” is crumbling. Nine people, including a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force, were held yesterday morning during a police operation in La Horquetta where police seized a large quantity of money estimated to be in the millions.
(Trinidad Express) A 35-year-old female police officer was granted $250,000 bail when she appeared before Justice of the Peace Stephen Young to answer five fraud charges.
(Jamaica Observer) Investigators are hot on the heels of the adults behind a video circulating on social media, which features a child, not older than five years old, who is being encouraged to drink and smoke as part of an apparent birthday celebration.
(Barbados Nation) Barbados, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, and Antigua and Barbuda, have started operating the CARICOM Travel Bubble, with the hope of resuscitating the travel and tourism sectors.
(Trinidad Guardian) One woman and two men have been charged with the kidnapping of nine-month-old Sophia Rivas which occurred on September 15, 2020.
(Trinidad Express) Newlyweds Vibert Campbell and his wife Adama have much to celebrate.
(Jamaica Observer) A major manhunt is now on for a vendor whom police believe ordered the fatal shooting of two sisters in Mona Commons, St Andrew, last Thursday.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Knowing the opposition from his dad which would meet his decision to purchase a motorcycle, Constable Kamal Foster waited more than a month before breaking the secret to his dad.