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JAMAICA | Swift action needed to protect homeless says Daley

KINGSTON, January 26, 2021 - The Opposition People’s National Party is again calling for the government to bring all necessary resources to bear for a swift investigation into the spate of seemingly coordinated attacks on six homeless men—four of whom have died—in the Corporate Area.

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JAMAICA | Opposition legislator Anthony Hylton condemns US blockade against Cuba

Kingston, Jan 22 (Prensa Latina) Jamaican parliamentarian Anthony Hylton on Friday condemned the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba, a position that his country maintains today in the face of this unilateral policy that has been rejected by the international community.

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JAMAICA might need a foreign policy reset says 'The Observer'

MONTEGO BAY,  Jamaica Jan. 12, 2021 - The Jamaica Observer newspaper is proposing a reset of Jamaica’s foreign policy in light of the perceived shift away from the well-known course based on non-alignment, multilateralism, and regional cooperation and a tilt towards the Donald Trump regime.

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JAMAICA | Opposition wants Gov't to put more Thought in Children’s Education

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 4, 2021: Shadow Minister of Education and Training, Dr Angela Brown Burke, has taken note of the statement by the Minister of Education, Fayval Williams, regarding the reopening of schools for January 2021. Dr Brown Burke is however concerned that the Minister’s statement ignores the socio-economic climate within which we now operate. 

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