Antigua murder

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While on a shore excursion near Pigeon Point, Antigua, a 29-year-old San Francisco woman, a passenger of the Star Clippers ship Royal Clipper, was stabbed to death on Jan. 19 after she wandered from a beach barbecue. Ten days later, Antiguan police arrested a 24-year-old man, who then confessed to the killing.

In January 2009, an Australian man was shot near a bar in the English Harbour Town area of Antigua, and in July 2008 a British couple was shot in their hotel room.

Star Clippers has, for now, canceled its port calls in Antigua, replacing it with Nevis. Antiguan authorities have installed eight surveillance cameras in the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park and English Harbour areas.

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While on a shore excursion near Pigeon Point, Antigua, a 29-year-old San Francisco woman, a passenger of the Star Clippers ship Royal Clipper, was stabbed to death on Jan. 19 after she wandered from a beach barbecue. Ten days later, Antiguan police arrested a 24-year-old man, who then confessed to the killing.

In January 2009, an Australian man was shot near a bar in the English Harbour Town area of Antigua, and in July 2008 a British couple was shot in their hotel room.

Star Clippers has, for now, canceled its port calls in Antigua, replacing it with Nevis. Antiguan authorities have installed eight surveillance cameras in the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park and English Harbour areas.