August 20, 2019

Cayman: Man seriously injured in incident on North Sound Road

From RCIPS Shortly after 8:45PM on Sunday night, 18 August, officers responded to a report of an altercation at a business towards the east end of North Sound Road. A security guard had come upon four young males who were using a pool facility that was not open to the public at that time. The […]

Cayman: The RCIPS “Day of Action” Operation

From RCIPS On Thursday, 15 August, an RCIPS “Day of Action” took place across Grand Cayman, with a large number of officers carrying out operations simultaneously throughout the day and night. A total of approximately 74 officers participated. The officers carried out duties such as traffic stops, serving warrants, executing search warrants, mobile and foot […]

Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Jeffrey Epstein’s sex abuse claims

From BBC Prince Andrew is appalled by sex abuse claims about his ex-friend Jeffrey Epstein, Buckingham Palace has said. It comes after the Mail on Sunday published footage that claimed to show the Duke of York inside the financier’s Manhattan mansion in 2010 – two years after Epstein’s first conviction. Epstein, 66, took his own life in […]

El Salvador: Evelyn Hernández cleared over baby’s death

From BBC A 21-year-old woman in El Salvador whose baby was found dead in the toilet where she gave birth has been cleared of murder during a retrial. Evelyn Hernández had always maintained she was innocent, saying that she did not know she was pregnant and lost consciousness during the birth. Prosecutors had asked for […]

Expose the EU’s link to slavery in Libya

From Freedom United You’ve seen the news in Libya. Enough is enough. We’ve got to act now. 53 migrants and refugees dead in an airstrike.[1] Black Africans being sold off for forced labor.[2] Detainees being forced to take up arms in the Libyan civil war.[3] The world was shocked when news of slave markets in Libya broke two years […]

Sledgehammers can’t even stop these hackers

By Jack Morse From Mashable A man in a hotdog suit repeatedly smashes a computer with a sledgehammer as raucous cheers fill the room.   No, you did not just wander into a David Lynch dreamscape, but rather the d(struction)20 CTF at the annual DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas. The competition, which pits a group of hackers […]

Community Policing

St. Kitts & Nevis: PM Harris highlights the importance of having diversity within the Police Force, particularly in the context of Community Policing St. Kitts and Nevis’ Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris is flanked by (from left to right) Assistant Commissioner of Police with responsibility for Intelligence, Mr. […]

Ex-Colombian President: Epstein flew to Cuba at Castro’s invitation

By Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax Disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, who died last week in jail awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, had once traveled to Cuba at Fidel Castro’s invitation, Colombia’s former president Andrés Pastrana revealed. Pastrana’s comments were revealed in a report by the Washington, D.C. bureau of McClatchy newspapers. The report noted that Pastrana said he […]

NAN’s Caribbean Business and Finance Report

From News Americas Now News Americas, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Fri. Aug. 16, 2019: Here are the top business stories making news from the Caribbean for this week of Aug. 16, 2019: US Diaspora US-based businesses doing business in and with the Caribbean are finding out the hard way that several banks are not supporting business transactions in […]

Legendary Hollywood diva Faye Dunaway being sued for calling assistant a ‘Little Homosexual Boy’

By Ryan Lattanzio From Indie Wire The Academy Award winner is once again in hot water amid the unfolding disaster of her busted Broadway bow in “Tea at Five.” Faye Dunaway is having a rough summer. Once called the worst person in Hollywood by Bette Davis, the Academy Award winner is once again in hot water amid […]