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Monthly Archives: February 2023

North Korea confirms ICBM test, warns of more powerful steps 

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Sunday its latest intercontinental ballistic missile test was meant to further bolster its “fatal” nuclear attack capacity against its rivals, as it threatened additional powerful steps in response to the upcoming military training between the United States and South Korea.


Integrity Commission Chairman Justice Seymour Panton has rejected as baseless and outrageous suggestions that the anti-corruption body is motivated by malice or animosity.

Long-awaited Vale Royal Talks scheduled to resume this Sunday 

The long-awaited Vale Royal Talks between the Government and the Opposition is scheduled to get under way on Sunday, February 19 after numerous promises and delays of such meetings.

Immigration draw an option for permanent residency in Canada 

The government of Ontario, the largest Canadian Province recently issued expressions of interest to 775 foreign healthcare workers, inviting them to apply for permanent residency.

Hill to lead delegation to Sierra Leone 

Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Senator Aubyn Hill will head a delegation from Jamaica to Sierra Leone.

FID confirms Bolt’s SSL investment, says ex-manager wasn’t a suspect 

A former manager of sprint legend Usain Bolt, Norman Peart, has been absolved of any perceived wrongdoing relative to the alleged fleecing of millions of dollars from the retired athlete’s account at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL).