Gleaner, Jamaica: The motion filed by west Kingston strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke challenging the extradition proceeding against him is to resume in the Supreme Court today.
Guardian, Trinidad: What could have driven a man to kill his wife of just six months? This was the main question going through the minds of the Patterson family as they struggled to come to terms with the killing of Eastlyn Patterson.
Guardian, UK: Support for Kingston's war on crime ebbs after failure to capture drug baron and claims of extra-judicial executions.
Observer, Jamaica: Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett estimates that the loss incurred by the tourism sector, resulting from last week's civil unrest in which the security forces and gunmen from Western Kingston, loyal to Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, were locked in fierce firefights for two days, to be up to US$350 million.
AP, Israel: R&B singing sensation Rihanna takes the stage in front of an Israeli audience for the first time Sunday night as part of her latest world tour.
The Independent, UK: Britain is facing a revolt against its rule of a group of Caribbean islands, amidst a gathering political and economic crisis in the country.
Nation News, Barbados: Lank left-arm West Indies spinner Sulieman Benn was sent off the field by his captain Chris Gayle yesterday, for refusing to bowl as instructed during South Africa's successful run-chase that saw West Indies losing the match by seven wickets.
Philadelphia Inquirer, USA: On the threshold of summer, the record winter may have evaporated from the Philadelphia region's memory but not from the atmosphere's.
ISRIA, USA: Grenada's Booth was the centre of attraction in the CARICOM Pavilion at the World Expo which opened to the public in Shanghai recently and runs through the end of October 2010.
Two men believed to be very close to alleged crime boss Christopher 'Dudus' Coke were among nine people taken into custody when police and soldiers raided a house in an upscale community yesterday in search of the elusive fugitive.
The search for illegal weapons in West Kingston which was the scene of a battle between gunmen and security forces in Tivoli Gardens last week has turned up 36 firearms and over 9,000 rounds of ammunition so far.
Last week's standoff in Jamaica, in which 73 people were killed as police searched for a wanted gang leader in the Tivoli Gardens neighbourhood of Kingston, is focusing renewed international attention on the island's seemingly intractable violent crime rate.
A ban on smoking in government buildings in Antigua and Barbuda takes effect today.
The Royal Montserrat Police Force (RMPF) made its largest drug interdiction recently when about 200 pounds of marijuana was found on boats intercepted in the island’s waters.