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Bahamas police chief issues crime warning

Police-ChiefNASSAU, Bahamas - Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade said on Tuesday he is not surprised that the 2011 murder record was broken and warned that the murder count will continue to rise in The Bahamas unless there are some legislative and policy changes.

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Dominican Republic police find cocaine, heroin in mansion, yacht of Venezuela first lady's nephews

Cilia.222SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic - Police in the Dominican Republic found more than 280 pounds of cocaine and 22 pounds of heroin in a raid on a mansion and yacht owned by one of the two nephews of Venezuela’s First Lady Cilia Flores facing charges of trying to traffic narcotics into the US, Fox News Latino reported.


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Eighty-nine Trinidadians believed to have joined ISIS fighters

edmund dillon-dillon-222PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - There are now 89 Trinidad and Tobago nationals including families known to the government who have joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in the last three years, local media reported.

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Islamic State threatens attack on Washington, other countries

attack-threatens.222CAIRO Reuters - Islamic State warned in a new video on Monday that countries taking part in air strikes against Syria would suffer the same fate as France, and threatened to attack in Washington.


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Wickham slams people responsible for circulating ‘Vincention sex tape’

peter-wickham.999ST.JOHN’S, Antigua - A political analyst is criticising the circulation of a “sex audiotape” allegedly involving St Vincent & Grenadines Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves.


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  • Sir Lester rushed for medical attention Former Prime Minister and National Hero Sir Lester Bird was rushed for medical attention on Friday afternoon after falling ill at the re-commissioning ceremony for the expanded Heritage Quay pier.
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