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The opening of Jamaica's first mosque was a proud and historic moment for the Jamaican Islamic community. The beautiful structure off Windsor Road was donated by Mr Mohamed Khan. Opening of Jamaica’s first mosque Published Sunday,...

The opening of the stock exchange was very significant for Jamaica's economic development. Minister of Finance and Planning, the Hon Edward Seaga, spoke of the endless possibilities the JSE would bring to the country. Published Saturday,...

Jamaicans were elated to have the world's greatest footballer in their presence. Mayor of Kingston, Councillor Emerson Barrett, shared that Pele was "one of us" before giving him the The Key to the City. Published Monday, February 1,...

A new study has revealed that negative emotions such as anxiety are thought to promote the onset of neurodegenerative diseases and dementia. Scientists say that this is because prolonged negative emotions can modify the brain. Older adults are...

A new nationwide poll has revealed that more people in the capital believe that they live in or near a haunted house than anywhere else. Glasgow was second in the haunted-city stakes and was closely followed by Liverpool and Birmingham. Belfast,...

NEW YORK: For more than three-quarters of a century, the United States has played an outsized, constructive role in the world. To be sure, there have been major errors, including the Vietnam War and the 2003 Iraq War, but the US got it right far...

WASHINGTON, DC: In his 2022 State of the Union address, US President Joe Biden accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of seeking “to shake the very foundations of the free world” with his invasion of Ukraine six days earlier. Putin...

LONDON: After leaders of government, business, and civil society met at this year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, the observation that we are living in the age of a “polycrisis” has spread. The simultaneous occurrence of...

NEW YORK: Despite favourable indices, it is too soon to tell whether inflation has been tamed. Nonetheless, two clear lessons have emerged from the recent price surge. First, economists’ standard models – especially the dominant one...

LONDON: Inflation’s return from the dead has brought the era of easy monetary policy to an end. The US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, and others are planning to shrink their balance sheets, but this is a process that will most...
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