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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

It’s Not Over Yet as New Storm Drenches Cuba, Bahamas

And now there's Tropcal Storm Philippe which the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said has formed in the Caribbean, bringing heavy rains to Cuba...

Mystery Cuban Sounds Still a Mystery, Could be Crickets

HAVANA - Cuba says it doesn't have the technology to create debilitating sonic waves claimed by American Embassy officials and they might simply be...

St. Kitts and Nevis congratulates St. Vincent and the Grenadines on...

St. Kitts and Nevis congratulates St. Vincent and the Grenadines on 38 years of nationhood From the press unit...

Enormous Coke Bust off El Salvador

Mexico City - Officials in El Salvador say the country's navy has seized nearly 1.7 metric tons of cocaine from a semi-submersible boat off...

US Congress Moving on Massive Puerto Rico Aid Legislation

WASHINGTON DC, USA - The Senate is pushing ahead with a $36.5bn hurricane relief package that would give Puerto Rico a much-needed infusion of...

Guyana May Share Oil Processing Plant with Suriname

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The Guyana government says it's exploring the possibility of sharing an oil processing facility with Suriname even as oil companies, such...

UN Pledges Support for Haiti’s Sustainable Development

The United Nations will remain side by side with Haiti on the country"s path to sustainable development, the Organization"s senior official in the island...

Musk Begins Rewiring Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN,Puerto Rico--Tesla head Elon Musk has begun making good on his promise to help rebuild Puerto Rico's hurricane ravaged electrical system. Wednesday, reports confirmed...

Just a Routine Arrest: Asot Michael Speaks but Doesn’t Say Much

The now former Antigua Tourism Minister Asot Michael, who was mysteriously arrested and questioned by British police Tuesday when he landed at London's Gatwick...

Mystery Surrounds Antigua Minister’s Arrest in Britain

Mystery still surrounds the arrest, questioning and then freeing by the London Metropolitan Police of Antigua Tourism and Development Minister Asot Michael after he...

CDB: Technical support, diversity critical in Caribbean’s shift to clean energy

  Photo: The panel following a session titled “Caribbean Energy Leadership and the Power of Networks” Oct....

Role of renewables is focus as region observes Energy Month in...

  Photo:  Flashback of participants on the 2015 Energy Walk   Role of renewables is...

Jamaican Port Set to Become Regional Cruise Hub

Falmouth, Jamaica--TOURISM Minister Edmund Bartlett says the Port of Falmouth in Trelawny is poised to become a model, regional cruise shipping destination, noting that...

Jamaica Trying a Psychological Programme in Crime Prevention

Kingston, Jamaica--The Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) III, through its Psychological Services Unit, has been using a collaborative approach to treat a range...

Major financial institutions willing to reassess development financing policy

PHOTO:  (L-R) Ambassador Colin Granderson, assistant secretary-general, foreign and community relations, CARICOM Secretariat; His Excellency Javier Maria Carbajosa, Plenipotentiary...

COTED green-lights Agriculture Regional Emergency Response team

    Photo: The 71st Special Meeting of COTED on agriculture approved the Emergency Response Sub-Committee....

Desperate Puerto Ricans Choose to Drink Toxic Water?

More than  35 percent of Puerto Rico's residents -- American citizens -- remain without safe drinking water. It's clear some residents are turning to...

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