• Caribbean news
    Jamaica Police Using WhatsApp to Tackle Sexual Exploitation of Children

    The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) is using messaging service WhatsApp to tackle the sexual exploitation of children via social media. Head of the Corporate Communications Unit of the JCF, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay said a WhatsApp group was created to encourage citizens to send all sexual videos and images of children directly to the police, in […]

  • Caribbean news
    Man Killed by Girlfriend in Hamstead St Ann

    One woman is in police custody after its alleged that she fatally stabbed her common law husband in St Ann yesterday. Dead is Garfield Brooks of Hamstead, Runaway Bay St Ann. Reports are that the woman and her commonly husband had an argument when a knife was used to stab Mr Brooks. He later succumbed […]

  • Caribbean news
    Popcaan Performs on Drake’s Boy Meets World Tour

    Dancehall deejay Popcaan made a surprise appearance at Canadian rapper Drake’s Boy Meets World Tour in Amsterdam on Sunday Night. Making his first appearance on the tour, the unruly boss performed a number of hits including ‘Only Man She Want’ ‘Party Shot’ and ‘Raving,’ in front of some sixteen thousand fans inside the Ziggo Dome […]

  • Caribbean news
    Scrutiny Needed – Nesbeth tells Youth View Awards organizers

     FEBRUARY 20, 2017 || Reggae star Nesbeth became the hot button topic of discussion over the weekend due to a post he made on social media following the 2017 installment of the Youth View Awards ceremony held at the National Indoor Sports Center on Saturday evening. The video has sent tongues wagging amplifying a cadre […]

  • Caribbean news
    Aidonia’s Foundation Building Free Computer Lab For the Kids

    Aidonia’s Foundation Building Free Computer Lab For Kids Aidonia is giving back to his community in a big way by building a free public computer lab for kids who do not have access to the internet and computers. The project is currently being undertaken by the 4th Genna deejay’s One Voice Foundation, a charitable organization […]

  • Caribbean news
    Reggae Star Baby Mama & Daughter Murdered In Florida

    Reggae star Anthony Cruz is in mourning on Valentine’s Day after his baby mama and daughter were murdered at their Florida home. News of the gruesome act broke on Monday with a police standoff in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. A 32-year-old man, Kevin Nelson, had barricaded himself inside a home that was surrounded by police. At […]

  • world news
    Judge FREES man who was jailed 13-years late because of a clerical error

    Cornealious Anderson was sentenced to 13 years in prison in 2000 after he robbed from a fast-food restaurant He waited for a summons to report to prison but never received one Anderson went on to get married, have children and start a construction business Last year, when authorities realized the clerical error, eight U.S. marshals […]

  • Real-life ‘Dexter’ confesses to murdering close to 100 ‘bad people’

    Miranda Barbour made the sensational claim in a newspaper interview over the weekend that she is a serial killer The 19-year-old said that she stopped counting her victims at 22 She in fact told the reporter from prison during her interview that she could have killed dozens more When pushed she said she had killed […]

  • Man Wakes Up In Mortuary More Than 15 Hours After Hospital Pronounced Him Dead

    Resurrection? Paul Mutora regained consciousness and  began calling for help hours after having been pronounced dead 24-year-old man from central Kenya was  rushed to hospital He had drunk insecticide in an apparent  suicide attempt Pronounced dead, he was taken to the  morgue to be embalmed The anti-poison drugs may have made him  appear to have […]

  • Woman 34 Is Jailed For 31 Years For Torturing Her 13 YEAR OLD Brother In Law

    Sickening: Viviana Gunn, 34, was sentenced today to more than 31 years in prison after pleading guilty to torturing a 13-year-old boy last year with a variety of tools and methods A 34-year-old Washington woman who sadistically and systematically tortured her 13-year-old brother-in-law by beating him with a baseball bat, slicing his skin with a […]

  • world news
    Haitians Being Slaughtered In The Dominican Republic

      A CNN iReporter took a picture of a Haitian man tied to a tree, bloodied and beaten in the Dominican Republic. After an Out Cry of injustice, the Dominican Police claimed, quote: “He tried to rob somebody.” In the past few days, Haitians are being slaughtered and humiliated in the Dominican Republic almost on […]

  • world news
    fisherman who survived for 60 hours in an air pocket

    Fisherman was trapped for two days in the pitch dark with no food or water Harrison Okene could hear fish eating his dead colleagues in sunken ship Divers found him in an air bubble in a cabin 30 metres underwater Video shows moment Mr Okene reaches out hand and touches diver A video has captured the […]

  • Caribbean news
    DanceHall artist Tommy Lee Sparta Injured In Car Crash

      “It was unfortunate but we are thankful that he only broke his right foot and get some minor cuts and bruises,” the source said. “We just want to thank all the fans for their support and want to let them know Spartan soon do road again.” “He will have to do a surgery to […]

  • world news
    School Principal RAPES A Student In His Office While Parents Wait Outside

    A former middle school principal in North Carolina is accused of sexually assaulting a student while the boy’s unsuspecting parent was outside the room. David Ellis Edwards, 49, was arrested Friday and charged with second-degree forcible sex offense, sexual acts with a student, taking indecent liberties with a minor and crimes against nature, WTVD reported. […]

  • world news
    Opposition debates motion of no-confidence against Barbados finance minister

      The Barbados Labour Party is charging that Sinckler is out of his depth and his ill conceived economic policies have resulted in untold suffering for Barbadians.   The Opposition Barbados Labour Party(BLP), has declared that it is ready to debate a motion of no-confidence brought against Finance Minister Chris Sinckler. The party filed its […]

  • world news
    Usain Bolt’s facing Olympic ban over dope scandal

    Jamaica’s athletes, including Usain Bolt, could be banned from major events like the Olympics due to the island’s handling of recent drug scandals. (Getty Images) LONDON: Jamaica’s athletes, including sprint star Usain Bolt, could be banned from major events like the Olympics due to the island’s handling of recent drug scandals, according to Tuesday’s Daily […]

  • Caribbean news
    Tessanne Chin Performed “Try” On The Voice Audition

    Tessanne Chin killed it on stage the new season of The Voice on Tuesday night. The reggae singer performed “Try” to the delight of the audience and to the amazement of the judges. All four judges pressed the red button and turn around to watch her pour her heart out on stage. But it was Adam Levine who proved […]

  • School Offers Mother Of Autistic Student $86,000 To Keep Him AWAY

    The right to learn: David Swanson, 21, who has autism and diabetes, has been discriminated against by his Californian school, his mother has claimed A mother is fighting for her autistic son’s right to an education after public school officials tried to palm her off with a settlement check to keep him away from classes, […]

  • Caribbean news
    Vybz Kartel Will Walk Free, Judge Denied Motion For Witness Statement

    Vybz Kartel catches a major break in his high profile murder trial today. Home Circuit Judge Bryan Sykes denied a motion by the prosecution to have a witness statement be entered into evidence. EXCLUSIVE: Prosecution Has A Weak Case, Vybz Kartel Optimistic He Will Walk Free After three days of hearing arguments from bothe prosecution […]

  • Stalemate in St. Kitts and Nevis

    Premier Vance Amory (File Photo) Premier Vance Amory says the political stalemate in St. Kitts is having an adverse effect on his administration in Nevis. Amory is among six opposition legislators who have filed a motion of no confidence in the government of Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas. The motion filed in December last year […]

  • Jamaica police impose curfew following triple murder

    Police said that the victims were shot several times and taken to hospital where they were pronounced dead. KINGSTON, Jamaica, Friday July 19, 2013 – The authorities have imposed a 24 hour curfew on a section of Annotto Bay in St. Mary after gunmen shot and killed three people including a woman. Police said that […]

  • Caribbean news
    Ninja Man Is Free To Travel

    Ninja Man has gotten the green light to travel to other Caribbean islands. The veteran dancehall deejay, who got his passport Tuesday, flew to Trinidad where he’s doing ground work for an upcoming charity project to minimize crime and violence in the country. Ninja Man gives Music News the details. Ninja Man has been making […]

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