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Stokes 'delighted' to be able to resume England 'honour' ESPNcricinfo
Ben Stokes has expressed his delight at being able to resume the "honour" of playing for England after he was made available for selection, following a meeting of the ECB Board, despite b
State of emergency declared in Jamaica city amid crime wave
Tourists have been urged to remain in their resorts following the declaration by Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Thursday, resulting in the deployment of thousands of members of the militar
Jamaica Sees Record Tourist Arrivals for 2017
- A record 4.3 million tourists visited Jamaica last year.
And according to Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, that's a 12.1 per cent increase over arrivals in 2016.
How First Time Sundance Director Idris Elba Packed Lessons From His Life Into Jamaican Crime Tale â€˜Yardieâ€™
Aml Ameen ) watches his peace-loving brother gunned down, and grows up torn between embracing his brother's ideals, or immersing himself in gang and drug culture to seek revenge. Here, Elba discu
Brutal gang violence leaves British tourists stranded in Jamaican resorts
ritish tourists in Montego Bay face being stranded in their holiday resorts after the Jamaican military launched a crackdown on escalating gang violence.
The UK Foreign Office (FCO) warned h
Britons in Jamaica destination told to stay in resorts...
British tourists on holiday in the popular Jamaican destination of Montego Bay have been urged to stay in their resorts while the military carries out a crackdown on violent crime.
Young & dangerous - Teenage gangsters driving up the crime rate
A 14-year-old boy was among 58 teenagers arrested and charged with murder last year as juveniles figured prominently across Jamaica as either the perpetrators or victims of crime.
Munroe backs state of emergency but urges ... 'Remember the lessons of 2010'
Gavin Tench (left), political counsellor and head of the Press and Public Information Team at the Europen Union's mission in Jamaica, with Professor Trevour Munroe, executive director of the NIA,
'We need your help' - Security forces appeal to residents for info
While claiming a successful first two days of operations since St James was placed under a state of emergency, the security forces are appealing for greater support in order to restore norma
Editors' Forum | Curbing Clarendon's crime - Residents point to unattached youths as main fuel for murderous fire
Participants in a Gleaner Editors' Forum at the Juici Patties outlet on Manchester Avenue in May Pen last Thursday applauding the Rev Astor Carlyle after his message at the 2018 National Leadersh
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