Bullets for beating?

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A major manhunt is now on for a vendor whom police believe ordered the fatal shooting of two sisters in Mona Commons, St Andrew, last Thursday.The police are also in pursuit of the two men who pulled the trigger, amid reports that they are from the section of August Town known as African Gardens.

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Bullets for beating?

Observer on September 22nd, 2020 | File Under Observer News -

A major manhunt is now on for a vendor whom police believe ordered the fatal shooting of two sisters in Mona Commons, St Andrew, last Thursday.The police are also in pursuit of the two men who pulled the trigger, amid reports that they are from the section of August Town known as African Gardens.

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Trial of cops in Mario Deane’s death now set for Jan 2021

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The trial of the three police personnel charged by the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) in relation to the death of then St James resident Mario Deane in 2014 has been pushed back to January of next year.The delay is as a result of the suspension of jury trials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Trial of cops in Mario Deane’s death now set for Jan 2021

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — The trial of the three police personnel charged by the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) in relation to the death of then St James resident Mario Deane in 2014 has been pushed back to January of next year.The delay is as a result of the suspension of jury trials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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No care for cops

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FEMALE cops based at the headquarters of the Kingston Central Police Division are grateful for some of their male counterparts who take pans with water into the bathrooms in the barracks to allow them to get a bath before going on duty each day.Jamaica Observer sources say there has been no water at the downtown Kingston divisional headquarters for more than three months, forcing cops to take their baths in pans.

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No care for cops

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FEMALE cops based at the headquarters of the Kingston Central Police Division are grateful for some of their male counterparts who take pans with water into the bathrooms in the barracks to allow them to get a bath before going on duty each day.Jamaica Observer sources say there has been no water at the downtown Kingston divisional headquarters for more than three months, forcing cops to take their baths in pans.

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This Day in History — September 22

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Today is the 266th day of 2020. There are100 days left in the year.TODAY’S HIGHLIGHT1989: F W De Klerk takes over as president of South Africa. OTHER EVENTS1499: Turks ravage Vicenza in Italy.1550: Holy Roman Empire fleet captures vessel Port-of- Africa at Mehedia in Tunis, naval headquarters of Turkish corsair Dragut.

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US announces sanctions on Venezuela’s Maduro

Observer on September 22nd, 2020 | File Under Observer News -

WASHINGTON, DC, United States (AFP) — The United States announced yesterday it was imposing sanctions on Iran’s defence ministry and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, under a contested UN authority, and demanded that Europe follow suit.President Donald Trump’s Administration named 27 people or entities that it said would be subject to UN sanctions, but the world body itself says that the decision is not up to Washington.

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UN chief deplores lack of multilateral solutions on 75th anniversary

Observer on September 22nd, 2020 | File Under Observer News -

UNITED NATIONS (AFP) — UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres yesterday deplored the lack of multilateral solutions to global challenges as he opened a summit for the world body’s 75th anniversary.“No one wants a world government, but we must work together to improve world governance,” Guterres said at the UN General Assembly rostrum ahead of virtual speeches by world leaders.

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Today’s Horoscope — September 22, 2020

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Tuesday, September 22, 2020: Ironic, funny and unspeakably strong, you succeed this year by your individual vision. Many projects are at hand; however, you need time to dream and to recharge, and will do this best in the beauty of nature. If single, you size people up quickly and have few dates. If attached, it is for life. You must be able to open up all the way to your partner, unguardedly. TAURUS inspires trust.

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