Black Immigrant Daily News
Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus has surgery, out of World Cup
Indonesia’s Parliament votes to ban sex outside of marriage
Be on the alert! Cops urge as they release safety tips for Christmas
Morocco beat Spain on penalties to reach World Cup quarter-finals
Freight Handlers to benefit from new weekly direct trade service
CPFSA appealing for greater participation in its holiday programmes
JSE and Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange sign MOU
SOEs are back! St Ann added to seven original parishes
Motorcyclist held during ‘stop and search’, box with ammunition seized
‘Greatest ever win for England’ as they outplay Pakistan
Tuesday Dec 06
38 minutes ago
Brazil’s Gabriel Jesus, front, and Cameroon’s Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa fight for the ball during the World Cup Group G football match at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Friday, Dec. 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo).
NEWYou can now listen to Loop News articles!
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus has undergone surgery on a knee injury that ended his involvement at the World Cup, Arsenal said Tuesday.
Jesus was hurt in Brazil’s 1-0 loss to Cameroon in the group stage on Friday.
Arsenal, the Premier League leader, didn’t say for how long the striker will be sidelined.
“Gabby will now begin his rehabilitation program,” the London club said. “Everyone at the club is supporting Gabby and will be working hard to get him back on the pitch as soon as possible.”
Brazil advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals after beating South Korea 4-1 on Monday.
FIFA World Cup(TM)
Loop Adventures in St Lucia: Chasing waterfalls in Choiseul
William Knibb student gets 4 years, 10 months for killing schoolmate
The male student who was charged with the fatal stabbing of his 16-year-old William Knibb Memorial High schoolmate, Kamal Hall, and who pleaded guilty to the lesser offence of manslaughter last month,
‘Lights out’ for fisherman who responds to early-morning knock on door
A fisherman was shot and killed by so far unknown assailant(s) at his home in Annotto Bay, St Mary on Monday morning.
The deceased is 19-year-old Desmond Mitchell of Cargill Lane in Annotto Bay.
Trio convicted of importing cannabis from Jamaica to UK church
Drug trafficking done under the guise of a Christian group
‘Guns’ surrenders to cops after allegedly pulling firearm on spouse
A bike taxi operator from Grange district in Hanover has been slapped with two charges following a dispute with the mother of his child at their home just over a week ago.
The accused, Robert Peter
Scotiabank sends Jamaicans to Qatar for World Cup
Scotiabank customers Erica Gordon-Veitch and Philippa Temple will experience an unexpected bucket list moment as they travel to Qatar to experience the 2022 World Cup.
Both were selected as w
Newsmaker: Firefighter’s death in crash causes grief, questions
This week’s featured development as Newsmaker of the Week just ended is the death of young Firefighter, 25-year-old Larenzo Douse, who died tragically in a rather strange crash in St Ann on Wednesday.