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Sunday, November 18, 2018

US Immigration Officials Swoop on Caribbean Criminal Illegals

NEW YORK, USA– Nine Caribbean nationals were among 55 people arrested in New York as the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) executed...

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...

PM Harris meets with Amazon execs to advance strategy in making...

PM Harris meets with Amazon execs to advance strategy in making government tech services more modern  From the Office of the Prime Minister Toronto, Canada, –...

PM Skerrit: ‘Dominica has no issue with St. Kitts-Nevis reducing its...

PM Skerrit: 'Dominica has no issue with St. Kitts-Nevis reducing its CBI price' From SKNIS BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – In a clear and direct rebuke to...

Hurricane: Pence Pledges A Bigger, Better US Virgin Islands

ST CROIX, USVI — US Vice President Mike Pence said, on his visit to the US Virgin Islands, that the White House is committed...

Tourists Warned of Jamaica Montego Bay Violence

British and Canadian authorities are warning their nationals visiting Jamaica's Montego Bay to limit their movements following a state of emergency over violence and...

Silver Airways acquires Seaborne Airlines

Silver Airways acquires Seaborne Airlines to create leading independent airline  From Seaborne Airlines FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., and San Juan, Puerto Rico – Silver Airways and Seaborne Airlines today announced...

Nearly 350 Rescued from Caribbean Human Trafficking Ring

Nearly 350 victims of human trafficking have been rescued by police in 13 Caribbean and Latin American countries. Police throughout the Caribbean were involved,...

Martinique Volcano Not Erupting

ORT-DE-FRANCE, Martinique – The Volcanic and Seismological Observatory in Martinique has sought to dismiss reports of volcanic activity at Mount Pelée. Images were being circulated...

Asot Michael Integrity Probe Urged by Former Antigua Atty. General

ST JOHN’S, Antigua — The Integrity Commission of Antigua and Barbuda should investigate the circumstances involving the recent arrest in the UK of former...

Bermuda Same Sex Marriage Reversal, Cannabis to be Legal

HAMILTON, Bermuda– The victory for same-sex couples in Bermuda a week earlier won the right to get married in the British Overseas Territory has...

Antigua, US Remain Deadlocked Over Online Gambling Dispute

Storm ravaged Barbuda and Antigua stand to make millions of dollars if its long simmering trade dispute with the USA dealing with online gambling...

Caribbean Becoming Too Pricey for the British

For Brits suffering from a Brexit hangover, major German tour operator TUI has a simple answer: cheaper vacation destinations, which means fewer UK tourists...

BVI launches Flood-Resilient SMART Communities Project

From the CDB Bridgetown, Barbados – Three flood-prone communities in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) will soon benefit from a project that will help them...

Guyana: Five Arrested, 16 Women Freed, in Possible Human Trafficking Ring

(CNS)- GUYANA- Five people, including a security guard, are assisting police in their investigations after 16 women, including 14 Venezuelans were rescued from a...

Mexican Cops Allegedly Sell Italian Men to Drug Cartel

Mexican authorities have launched criminal proceedings against four police officers over the disappearance of three Italian men. The missing men - all from Naples...

Two Arrested in Connection with Retired Couple’s Murder

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The police have reported that two men have been taken into custody in relation to fraud following the cloning and use...

Wales Trial of Couple Involved in $2.4 Million Bermuda Robbery

CARDIFF, Wales – A couple accused of buying cars and a string of properties in the United Kingdom with money stolen from the Bermuda...

China, Private Investment May Be Caribbean’s Best Hope

Eby Masaō Ashtine Lecturer in Alternative Energy, University of the West Indies from The Conversation November 20 marked the end of the Atlantic hurricane season, but...

UN Claims Hundreds Killed in Venezuela by Govt. Thugs

Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN's human rights body says. In a report,...

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