Minister of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Local Government V. Alfred Gray; Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell; Prime Minister Perry Christie and Haitian President Michel Martelly share a laugh shortly after a signing ceremony.
Haitian President Michel Martelly paid a courtesy call on members of the Official Opposition in the Minority Room of the House of Assembly yesterday. Martelly (left) greets Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis.
Two separate incidents led to Monday’s meltdown of Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) systems in New Providence.
William Paul is accused of having unlawful sex with the child in a New Providence Haitian village shortly after his arrival in the country.
From left, Arawak Homes General Counsel Tavares Laroda; President of Arawak Homes Franon Wilson, and Arawak Homes Corporate Secretary Karen Strachan address members of the media during a press conference yesterday.
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