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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Sunday | October 2, 2005

The killing fields
JUST UNDER 2,000 American troops have perished in Iraq since the 'invacupation' in 2003. In five days, 13 were killed. I don't have the data according to race and ethnicity but given that some 40 per cent of combatants are African American,...

America has lost its spirit
AMERICANS ARE from Mars, the rest of us are from Venus. Quoting them directly, The Sunday Times reported that, the Mayor of New Orleans and the Governor of Louisiana, deliberately withheld essential hurricane supplies from the poor of New Orleans..


Visions of a new Kingston - How poor planning has contributed to urban decay
THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS ago, Jamaica started out on a redevelopment programme for Kingston's waterfront, together with the development of the new community of Portmore.


Editorial - South St Andrew's shame
IT IS an absolute shame that teachers should have to resort to shutting down schools to register their frustration with crime and violence plaguing them over a prolonged period.

















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