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A New United Nations (UN) report says Latin America and the Caribbean is the most violent region in the world for women.

Forty-year-old mechanic Carey Josephs of Lacey District, St Andrew, has been freed of the murder after the presiding judge upheld a no case submission. Josephs was accused of murdering bar operator Eltha Smith.

A Hanover couple alleged to be the mastermind behind a lottery scam scheme that was used to fleece an elderly American woman out of US$148,000 or (J$19 million) is facing a number of criminal...

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC): Members of the Dominican Republic security forces have detained more than 100 undocumented Haitians, including pregnant women and children during several exercises over a 72 hour period.

It was a night of terror in St James last night as another 12 people were shot, four fatally. The incidents began in Granville, where seven persons were wounded as gunmen went on a 30-minute shooting spree. 

Minister of Health Dr Christopher Tufton is to open a Cancer Treatment Centre this morning at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in St James.

The Government has signed a US$15-million loan agreement with the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) for the implementation of the Energy Management and Efficiency Programme (EMEP).

Professor Claude Packer, the first president of the Mico University College, has died. News reaching The Gleaner is that Packer died at 6:10 p.m. yesterday...
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