Jamaica Gleaner International
Published: Monday Thursday | February 12, 2009
Mugabe swears in rival as PM
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP): Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe swore in his long-time rival Morgan Tsvangirai as prime minister yesterday, ushering in a unity government in an extraordinary concession after nearly three decades of virtually unchallenged rule... Read More...Israel in limbo after inconclusive elections
JERUSALEM (AP):Inconclusive election results sent Israel into political limbo Wednesday, with both Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and hard-line leader Benjamin Netan-yahu claiming victory and leaving the kingmaker role to a rising political hawk... Read More...Baugh welcomes new ICT centre
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr Kenneth Baugh, has said that an information communication technology (ICT) training centre, created at Excelsior Community College in St Andrew, should produce a cadre of persons capable of transferring... Read More...PTAs give ban thumbs up
President of the National Parent-Teacher Association of Jamaica, Miranda Sutherland, has backed the ban on the airing of lewd songs on radio, television and cable, implemented by the Broadcasting Commission last Friday.The crackdown targets the bleeping... Read More...