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HUMAN Rights group Amnesty International raised concerns about “excessive force” and “killings” at the hands of police officers as it also highlighted problems in this country’s criminal justice and immigration systems in its 2015 report on The Bahamas, which was released yesterday.

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Witness anonymity bill ‘either dumb or dangerous’

CALLING parliamentarians “either very dumb or very dangerous,” attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, said the Criminal Evidence (Witness Anonymity) Amendment Bill 2018 will almost certainly be struck down as unconstitutional by the courts.

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Call for Commonwealth action over threats

MEMBERS of the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group has called for immediate Commonwealth action against threats to the life of one of their members— Pakistani lawyer and human rights activist Asma Jahangir.

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Amnesty defends report after Mitchell criticism

HUMAN Rights group Amnesty International has defended the objectivity of its 2015 report following government criticism that claims of abuse were not fully investigated.

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Bahamas bids farewell to the Royal couple

The Bahamas bid farewell to Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on Saturday night after their visit to Abaco and Grand Bahama – the last leg of their trip.

Here comes your new look

Here comes your new look YOUR local online news experience is about to become more interactive, more informative and more dynamic with the launch of the new this Monday. The Tribune is changing the look and feel of its website in order

VIDEOS: Freeport during and after Isaias

These videos show the effects of Hurricane Isaias in Freeport over the weekend.

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COMING THIS WEEKEND: The Tribune's Top 5

This Saturday, a brand new online feature begins on The Tribune's Top 5.

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VIDEO: Nassau hit by stormy weather over the weekend

Stormy weather hit the capital over the weekend, with thunderstorms, heavy rain and lightning.

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Long lines and empty shelves after lockdown U-turn

Food stores were inundated with shoppers on Wednesday, hours after the government reversed the seven-day lockdown.

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INSIGHT: The real point of Dame Anita’s lecture on marriage

It has become apparent since the presentation last week of the 8th Annual Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture, hosted by the Eugene Dupuch Law School and by Dupuch & Turnquest & Co Chambers, that much public debate has emerged, related to several aspects of the presentation.

We should be compelled by our values

The imperceptive neo-conservative from the north, Kevin Evans, proved yet again that talking fool is a very serious thing.

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Nomination Day – as it happened

All the latest from Nomination Day ahead of the general election on September 16th.

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Followers flock to The Tribune online

Followers flock to The Tribune online Readers continue to flock to The Tribune online, with the 5,000 'likes' barrier on our Facebook site being broken this weekend. This comes after a huge number of visits to the website throughout May. M

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Crisis Centre was right to turn down Miller donation, say readers

The Bahamas Crisis Centre was right to turn down a $1,000 donation from Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, according to the majority of voters in the poll.

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Happy Easter to all our readers!

The Tribune will return to newsstands on Tuesday, but will continue to operate over the holiday weekend.