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Monthly Archives: February 2023

5 held as cops seize firearm during vehicle check on Dunrobin Avenue 

The St Andrew Central police seized three firearms and several rounds of ammunition during a vehicular checkpoint operation on Dunrobin Avenue, Kingston on Thursday, February 24.

Gov’t continues to defend election delay 

GOVERNMENT on Friday, during the sitting of the Upper House, again defended its decision to postpone the local government elections for another year, with the Opposition insisting that the reasons given are not sufficient to warrant another delay

Pentagon releases pilot’s close-up photo of Chinese balloon

WASHINGTON (AP) — A U-2 pilot flying high above the Chinese spy balloon took a close-up photo of the large white orb just a day before the Air Force shot it down off the South Carolina coast.

Whose photograph is it? Paul Bogle or Thomas L Jennings? 

The photograph of Jamaican National Hero Paul Bogle is generating another round of controversy and discussion on social media following a video that is being circulated on popular social media platform, TikTok.

US: Russia has committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine

MUNICH (AP) — The United States has determined that Russia has committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine, Vice President Kamala Harris said Saturday, insisting that “justice must be served” to the perpetrators.

Why sick minks are reigniting worries about bird flu

NEW YORK (AP) — A recent bird flu outbreak at a mink farm has reignited worries about the virus spreading more broadly to people., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0