Category: Evening News

Bruce Golding questions US’ moral authority to punish Jamaica over human rights abuses

Mr. Golding is questioning the moral authority of the United States to punish Jamaica over alleged cases of human rights abuse. He’s sharply criticized the U.S....

Unedited: Cliff Hughes explains recent moves at Nationwide

Let me take this opportunity to dissaude Mr Gordon Robinson, and those of likemind, of the opinion that Nationwide News Network (NNN) may be going over a...

Sierra Leone players and officials suspended over allegations of match-fixing

Sierra Leone Captain, Ibrahim Kargbo, is among 15 players and officials who have been suspended indefinitely over allegations of match-fixing. The three other players...

Norovirus outbreak at the Commonwealth Games

An outbreak of diarrhea and vomiting at the commonwealth games athletes’ village is thought to be the highly-contagious norovirus. Health authorities in Glasgow say 12...

Tiger Woods set for golf open championships

Tiger Woods missed this year’s first two majors because of back surgery, but says he’s fit and ready to play in the golf open championships. The...

Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic qualify for ATP world tour

Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are the first two singles players to qualify for the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world tour finals at the o2 courts from...

Aids epidemic can be brought under control by 2030, says UN Aids Agency

The United Nations Aids Agency is reporting that there’s a chance the Aids epidemic can be brought under control by 2030. It says the number of new HIV infections...

Time Warner rejects takeover approah from 21st Century Fox

US media giant Time Warner has rejected an initial takeover approach from rival 21st Century Fox estimated at 80-billion US dollars. The takeover approach by the Rupert...

AUDIO: Mckenzie says the government is failing to address the severe drought

Opposition Spokesman on Local Government, Desmond McKenzie, says the government is failing Jamaicans during this period of severe drought, due to the ramshackle state of...

Netherlands guilty for killing more than 300 Muslim men

A Dutch court has ruled that the Netherlands is liable over the killings of more than 300 Bosniak or Bosnian Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina in...