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Cops concerned about upsurge in sexual assault cases
Noting that a majority of the victims are minors, Charles says the police have no clear answers why such attacks are on the rise, but warned that there were sexual predators on the prowl.

LIAT senior director suspended
Antigua-based regional airline (LIAT) is maintaining its silence over reports that the cash-strapped company had suspended its Director of Flight Operations, Captain George Arthurton.

Grenada expecting IMF deal by next month
Grenadian Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell says the international Monetary Fund (IMF) is likely to meet and approve the islandís structural adjustment programme next month.

Haiti Cholera cases down but more help needed
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has called for renewed commitments from international partners and a roadmap for integrated health, water and sanitation investments ...

Study finds Haitian children barred from school in Dom Rep
The report shows that ever since the Constitutional Court ruling last September that rendered thousands of Haitian nationals, the children were being barred from attending schools.

Ganja valuing US$7.5m confiscated in Bahamas
The police in The Bahamas this morning revealed that they have confiscated marijuana worth an estimated US$7.5 million.

World Bank says Caribbean holding steady
The World Bank says the Caribbean and Latin America have been holding steady, despite tighter external condition.

Former T&T president ANR Robinson dies
Former president of Trinidad and Toboago, A.N.R. Robinson has died after a prolonged illness.

St Lucia government says regional approach to ganja needed
The St Lucia government says it is important for CARICOM to adopt a regional approach to settling the issue of the legislation of marijuana.

St Vincent main opposition against state funded healthcare for parliamentarians
St Vincentís main opposition New Democratic Party says it will not support a proposal by Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves that the state pays for medical expenses for parliamentarians.

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