Bolivian Govt. to Step up Anti-Car Smuggling Measures

1 La Paz, June 23. -The Bolivian government considers it essential to fight the pernicious car smuggling, a crime that has been hitting the country for several years, said an official source. The member of Parliament for the ruling Movement Towards Socialism, Elio Marcelo, told Prensa Latina that they need to strengthen border control and promote joint collaboration between the

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CARICOM Fighting Regional Crime

1 Port of Spain, Feb 13. – The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) has launched an initiative aimed at reducing the use of guns in violent crimes across the 15-member regional grouping. The information service Caribbean News Now reports that IMPACS has partnered in launching the initiative with the Canadian-based non-governmental organisation Project Ploughshares, the

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Caribbean Online Space for Cuban Five

1 Port Spain, Oct 8. -in the 34th anniversary of the crime in the Cuban plane in Barbados in 1976, Jamaican professor Norman Girvan opened a space in the web for Caribbeans to join the demand for the release of the Cuban Five, now in several prisons in the US. In a letter addressed to the US President Barack Obama,

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Deceit and Crime, Akin to Attacks on Cuba

2 Havana, Apr 15. -Deceit and crime seem to be inseparable constituent elements in aggressions against Cuba, which is currently under the attack of a media campaign and was victim of a bombing by eight B-26 planes 48 years ago. Those aircrafts, with the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Force logo and national flag, were responding to mercenary interests and instead of

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