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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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No case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today threw out a case brought by a Grenadian family of four who accused the Barbados Government of violating their rights during a one-day visit to the island three years ago. In the judgment handed down by CCJ president Justice Adrian Saunders; judges Jacob Wit, David Hayton, Winston Anderson and Madame Justice Rajnauth-Lee, ruled ...

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No case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today threw out a case brought by a Grenadian family of four who accused the Barbados Government of violating their rights during a one-day visit to the island three years ago. In the judgment handed down by CCJ president Justice Adrian Saunders; judges Jacob Wit, David Hayton, Winston Anderson and Madame Justice Rajnauth-Lee, ruled ...

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No case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today threw out a case brought by a Grenadian family of four who accused the Barbados Government of violating their rights during a one-day visit to the island three years ago. In the judgment handed down by CCJ president Justice Adrian Saunders; judges Jacob Wit, David Hayton, Winston Anderson and Madame Justice Rajnauth-Lee, ruled ...

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No case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today threw out a case brought by a Grenadian family of four who accused the Barbados Government of violating their rights during a one-day visit to the island three years ago. In the judgment handed down by CCJ president Justice Adrian Saunders; judges Jacob Wit, David Hayton, Winston Anderson and Madame Justice Rajnauth-Lee, ruled ...

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No case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today threw out a case brought by a Grenadian family of four who accused the Barbados Government of violating their rights during a one-day visit to the island three years ago. In the judgment handed down by CCJ president Justice Adrian Saunders; judges Jacob Wit, David Hayton, Winston Anderson and Madame Justice Rajnauth-Lee, ruled ...

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Region lags global shipping trends

Barbados and the Caribbean appear to be lagging behind most of the world in using the global postal system’s Express Mail Service (EMS) to boost exports through e-commerce and small package deliveries, experts said here today. Express Mail Service (EMS) is the Universal Postal Union’s answer to commercial shippers DHL and FedEx, provided through the Barbados Postal Service. But as ...

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