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76-y-o woman, who was reported missing, reunited with family
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Over 100 rounds of ammunition seized in St James
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Australia beat Tunisia 1-0 to revive World Cup campaign
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The 76-woman who was reported missing in Kingston has been found.
Police in a release said the senior citizen, Geta Dennis of North Lucine Close, Kingston 10 was located and is now with her family.
Reports are that she is in good health.
Police however did not disclose where she was found.
Before she went missing Dennis was seen at the Edna Manley Health Centre, Grants Pen, Kingston 8.
Jamaican ranked among the 10 most influential black Britons
Paulette Simpson, the UK-based JN Group executive, has been ranked among Britain’s top 10 most influential people of African or Caribbean heritage.
She was ranked number eight on the Powerlist 2023
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World Cup host Qatar eliminated from the tournament
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — World Cup host Qatar was eliminated on Friday, just six days and two matches into the tournament.
Qatar can’t advance to the knockout round after losing to Ecuador in t
Search to locate man said to be Ja most wanted gets wider
Land, air and sea effort, said JCF on their social media page
Guns, 120 rounds of ammo seized as cops raid most wanted man’s hideout
Cops on the trail of Nesta ‘Grimy Boss’ Morrison
Neymar injures right ankle during Brazil’s World Cup win
LUSAIL, Qatar (AP) — Neymar sat crying on the bench and later left the stadium limping with a swollen right ankle after Brazil’s 2-0 victory over Serbia at the World Cup on Thursday.
Holness questions whether PNP is about national interest
Prime Minister Andrew Holness has reacted to the Senate vote on Friday that put paid to the option to extend the present states of emergency (SOEs) that have been on in seven parishes nationally since