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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Afghan girls pursue ventilator prototypes from old car parts 

On most mornings, Somaya Farooqi and four other teenage girls pile into her dad’s car and head to a mechanic’s workshop.

5G players should collaborate to resolve cybersecurity issues -expert

A leading cybersecurity consultant is calling on 5G technology manufacturers worldwide to collaborate in resolving cybersecurity issues in order to produce better products and to achieve better financial outcomes.

Police identify teenagers murdered in Craig Town – one of five shot and injured in critical condition

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The police have identified the two teenagers who were murdered this morning in Craig Town.

Jamaica Now Has 305 Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 

Jamaica now has 305 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), with the addition of 17 new cases over the last 24 hours.

Funeral homes under pressure

The COVID-19 pandemic is starting to take its toll on the funeral service industry in Jamaica with major establishments in Kingston and St Catherine, now faced with a backlog of bodies awaiting burial.

Police seek man in connection with American tourist’s killing 

The Area One police are seeking the public’s assistance to find a man who they believe can help in the investigation of the murder of 65-year-old American tourist, Theodore Walling, on Wednesday, March 4.