KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica and the United States have finalized improved operational protocols pertaining to the Shiprider Agreement, under which both countries cooperate to curtail illicit maritime drug trafficking, Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister, Kamina Johnson Smith has said.
St. Petersburg, Fl—Congressman Charlie Crist says the many Floridians arrested (47) during the January 6 Capitol siege warrants an investigation by a bipartisan group. Florida has the dubious distinction of tying Texas for the most arrests in the riot to undermine the certification of Joe Biden as President. Joined by State Attorney Andrew Warren, Crist called on Governor Ron DeSantis to assemble a bipartisan panel to examine Florida's link to the violent insurrection that overwhelmed capitol police. The incident resulted in several deaths and numerous injuries to capitol police. Crist, a Democrat running for Governor, said, "This is stunning, and for our public safety, we need to understand why."
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Court of Appeal will resume hearing arguments on July 29 in the appeal filed by supporters of the opposition coalition, A Partnership for National Unity and the alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) against the decision of the High Court to dismiss an election petition challenging the results of the controversial March 2 regional and general elections last year.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – The delegation from the Organization of American States (OAS) is in Haiti holding discussions with various stakeholders even as the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country announced earlier this week the indefinite postponement of the constitutional referendum that had been scheduled for June 27.
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