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Why Kill Him?

Barbados Today According to some at Dover where Hobbs worked as a taxi operator, he was a charming, friendly, and the humble one of the group. “Everyone who knew him loved him,” one woman told Barbados TODAY. Her sentiment was echoed by many others. It is for that reason that when the 35-year-old went missing days ago, many who knew him well were extremely concerned.

Wife wants husband’s killers found

Nation news Owen Mottley’s family will not be eating his Sunday food today for the first time in as long as they can remember.

Neither will they be celebrating his 65th birthday next Thursday, nor going to AgroFest this year as they have been doing for years.

Mottley, 64, who was shot six times about the body outside his Sherbourne #2, St John home last December 4, died at his mother-in-law’s home nearby last Wednesday.

Guilty! Donville Inniss convicted of money laundering, conspiracy

Barbados Today NEW YORK –  Former government minister Donville Inniss has been found guilty of all three criminal counts he faced in a United States federal district court.

A 12-member jury came to the unanimous verdict after just under two hours of deliberation.

Inniss is guilty of two counts of money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Family members shed tears as the decision was delivered on the former MP for St James South, a senior member in the Democratic Labour Party administration of Freundel Stuart.

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Trio remanded for murder of Essequibo Coast newspaper vendor

Guyana Chronicle Following the brutal murder of Queenstown, Essequibo Coast newspaper vendor, Sham Bharrat Chunnilall Mannilall, three men were on Wednesday, 15 January 2020, remanded to prison for the heinous crime.

The trio-siblings Carlton and Carl Carter and Delhoya McKenzie- appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.

Medical Assoc mourns Dr Sharma

Newsday The TT Medical Association (TTMA) has joined the national community in expressing sadness over the death of Dr Rudradeva Sharma of La Romaine and the hospitalisation of Dr. Prem Vijay Naidoo.

They were kidnapped after finishing their shifts at the San Fernando General Hospital on Tuesday night.

Three suspects were also hospitalized after crashing the getaway vehicle on the Solomon Hochoy Highway.

Woman dies after Jet Blue flight from Barbados

Barbados Today A selfless Queens mother, grandmother and beloved nurse for over 40 years took her last breath Monday night.

“Nothing is going to bring back our mother we would just want to know what happened what did she say something to somebody to tell us something I don’t know,” said Ottley Parris.

He told PIX11 News his 64-year-old mother Ingred-Denny Boyce got sick on a JetBlue flight from Barbados headed to New York’s JFK airport. How exactly she died remains a mystery.

“My stepfather waiting for the phone call wondering if the plane got delayed, he was saying to himself what happened then he got a call from someone at Jamaica hospital asking if he’s the spouse.”

He said they were waiting for a phone call from her saying she landed, instead they got a phone call from the hospital saying she was dead.

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Jamaica: 9 year old dies of dengue – Mother makes plea to parents not to delay treatment

AntiguaObserver When nine-year-old Naylia Lewis complained about a slight headache last week Monday, little did her mother, Kerry Ann Davis, know that the next few days would be her daughter’s last.
Lewis died on Saturday from what was presumed to be severe dengue with shock, according to her death certificate.
She would have turned 10 years old on January 30.
Naylia is one of the dozens of Jamaicans who have been killed by the mosquito-borne disease since 2018 in a regional epidemic of record proportions.
In Jamaica, there were at least 44 deaths between January 1 and November 7, 2019, and more than 10,500 notifications, more than half classified as suspected, presumed or confirmed –