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Police Fatal Shootings Con’t To Trend Downwards

JIS News | September 23, 2015
Police Fatal Shootings Continue to Trend Downwards, Foreign Affairs Minister leading Jamaica’s delegation to the United Nations General Assembly, and Government to improve programmes offered to the elderly.
Presenter: Anjuii James-Sawyers
Producer: Prince Moore
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