Bahamas’ spot on crime list causes skepticism, concerns
Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday a U.S. website ranking The Bahamas as number one on a list of the ‘world’s most dangerous cruise destinations’ paints the country unfairly....

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    A U.S. attorney who authors a popular website on the cruise industry has labeled The Bahamas “the number one most dangerous cruise destination in the world”. Jim Walker, a vocal Miami-based attorney with Walker and...
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    April 24, 2014

    Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday a U.S. website ranking The Bahamas as number one on a list of the ‘world’s most dangerous cruise destinations’ paints the country unfairly. The list is...
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    April 24, 2014

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    A 13-year-old boy, who police sources said was doused with a flammable substance and set alight while walking to Cadet training over the weekend, is still traumatised by the attack. One of the child’s relatives said Tuesday that...
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