Loop News' Five at Five Loop News Created : 11 October 2017 Jamaica News Kimberly Mais in a sombre visit to her brother's grave last year. (Instagram) A round up of the top stories on Wednesday, October 10, 2017. Give 'blood money' to charity, says Khajeel Mais' sister Kimberly Mais, whose younger teen brother Khajeel Mais was killed in July 2011, believes that the $2 million award made in the Supreme Court to her parents should be turned over to charity. Alexis to formalise Jamaican citizenship immediately, says PNP The People's National Party says its candidate for South East St Mary, Dr Shane Alexis, will take steps to formalise his Jamaican citizenship immediately. Inmates escape from Linstead Police lock-up Police are searching for a number of inmates who reportedly escaped from the lock up at the Linstead Police station in St Catherine on Wednesday. US out of World Cup contention with 2-1 loss at Trinidad The United States was eliminated from World Cup contention Tuesday night, a shocking loss at Trinidad ending the Americans' streak of seven straight appearances at soccer's showcase. Well-known financial analyst Sushil Jain has died Leading financial commentator and boardroom titan, Sushil Jain died earlier today in hospital of a lung infection.