Tag:Crime reduction

PM Terrance Drew focuses on crime reduction during launch of OASYS

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Terrance Drew, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, has delivered a presentation during the launch of the OASYS Project, which focuses on reducing crime rates among the youth living in Eastern Caribbean countries by strengthening youth justice systems

St Kitts and Nevis: PM Terrance Drew to address “crime and violence” as public health issue, creates task force

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Terrance Drew, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, informed through his social media account that he had established a National security task force to address crime and violence as a public health issue

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Bulgarian Navy Safely Neutralizes Sea Mine Threat Near Varna

Bulgarian Navy successfully eliminated a potentially hazardous sea mine located just two miles east of Pasha Dere, a popular beach approximately 19 kilometers from the bustling city of Varna
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PM Roosevelt Skerrit meets Bellevue Chopin Primary School students, discusses plans for school building

The young generation and young minds are the future of Dominica and it was an honour to spend time with them, emphasised PM Roosevelt Skerrit.

France Accuses Azerbaijan of Interference in New Caledonia Protests

These state-of-the-art cameras, slated for procurement through a newly announced public tender, will bolster monitoring efforts and serve as a deterrent against reckless driving behavior

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Shocking Trend: Nipple Thefts in Thailand Linked to Breast Surgeries

Uncover the shocking news of nipple thefts in Thailand amid the surge in breast surgeries. A cautionary alert for those considering cosmetic procedures abroad. Stay informed, stay vigilant

Bulgaria witnesses red aurora lights, the rarest of a rare phenomenon

Bulgaria observes an unusual red glow in the skies believed to be red Aurora lights. The rare phenomenon causes multicoloured lights to dance in the sky. The red and magenta colours were the most dominant