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- Europe and Eurasia: ICC Arrest Warrant for Major Mahmoud al-Werfalli in Libya: Joint Statement by the Governments of France, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America
- مجموعة الأبحاث والتحقيقات الشركاتية تطلق برنامج شهادة نظام إدارة مكافحة الرشوة آي أس أو 37001:2016
- Absa Bank Limited and China Development Bank Conclude a $100 million Agreement
- EAST LIBYAN FORCES SAY HAVE ARRESTED COMMANDER SOUGHT BY ICC
ST CROIX, US Virgin Islands: Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago breezed past Guadeloupe and Jamaica brushed aside The Bahamas in their opening matches Wednesday night at the 14th Senior Women’s Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association Championship.
Using mostly second-string players Trinidad …Read more
BIRMINGHAM: Captain Michael Frater says he believes the world will be gunning for Jamaica at the summer Olympics in London as a result of his country’s exploits in Track and Field.
Frater, Jamaica’s men’s 4 x 100m relay squad member, …Read more
NORTH SOUND, Antigua: West Indies bowlers made inroads into New Zealand’s batting before lunch on the second day of the first Test on Thursday at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here.
At the interval, the New Zealanders had reached 287 …Read more
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo sustained slight injuries following a vehicular accident on a major high way running through central Trinidad Wednesday, local media have reported.
The 29 year old all-rounder was treated at a health …Read more
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts: The St. Kitts-Nevis government says it has approved three projects that will pump an estimated EC$115 million (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) into the local economy.
“In response to the need to provide ongoing support for activities that …Read more
PARAMARIBO, Suriname: Suriname has signed a US$47 million loan agreement that will allow for China’s state-owned company, Dalian, to build 1.000 houses here next year.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Lackin said the Chinese firm will eventually construct 5.000 new houses …Read more
KINGSTON, Jamaica: The Jamaica government has named the Korean-based Samsung company as the preferred bidder for the development and operation of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) infrastructure on the island.
Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Minister Phillip Paulwell, told Parliament …Read more
GEORGETOWN, Guyana: The Guyana government has expressed concern over the decision of the Irish-based telecommunication company, Digicel, to alter its rates on international calls based on a recent court ruling.
Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon said that …Read more