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Cuba May Use Cryptocurrency to Bust US Sanctions

Is there any other currency that can be used to pay for pineapple pizzas and escape the economic sanctions imposed by the most powerful...

Haiti: New PM Named after Lapin Resigns

New PM: Fritz Willam Michel   PORT-AU-PRINCE (Haiti) -- Haitian President Jovenel Moisehas named Fritz William Michel as the new prime minister, after Jean Michel Lapin...

Celebrating Themselves: Caribbean Tourist Industry Figures Receive Awards

    St. George’s, Grenada – The 2019 Tourism Awards took place at the Spice Island Beach Resort on Thursday under the theme, ‘Celebrating Successes, Looking...

European Investment Bank Gives Green Loans to Dominican Rep.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is providing two green loans to banks in the Dominican Republic to provide financing for energy efficiency and renewables. The...

T&T: Rowley Won’t Resign Over E-Mail Scandal

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has brushed aside a call from the main opposition United National Congress (UNC), for him to...

CDB announces 2018 challenge for youth of Grenada

CDB announces 2018 challenge for youth of Grenada From the CDB BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), through VYBZING, has launched a contest to...

Energy stakeholders to begin drafting TAPSEC operational plan

Energy stakeholders to begin drafting TAPSEC operational plan From the CARICOM Secretariat Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Work on drafting an operational plan for the Technical Assistance Programme...

At Least 26 Dead as Fishing Boat Capsizes Off Honduras

At least 26 people have died after a fishing boat capsized off the coast of Honduras, officials say. Another 47 people were rescued from the...

PM Harris to host open forum May 20 in Tabernacle

PM Harris to host open forum May 20 in Tabernacle From the Office of the Press Secretary  BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – The good governance and prosperity agenda...

Senior officials participate in study tour to Arizona

Senior officials participate in study tour to Arizona From the U.S. Embassy With the support of the United States government, ministers, police commissioners and senior government officials from...

European Union Donating Food Funds for Haiti

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – The European Union has released €9 million ($10m) in humanitarian aid in response to the deteriorating food and...

Starved of US Tourism, Cuba Looks to China

Cuba’s Ministry of Tourism has bought ads plastered across buses in Shanghai, Beijing, and Ghangzhou encouraging Chinese tourists to visit the communist island. This...

Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach Rated Tops by Conde Nast Traveller

St. George’s, Grenada– The Grand Anse Beach of Grenada has been rated one of the best beaches in the world by Condé Nast Traveller...

CARICOM election mission to Grenada conducts initial assessments

CARICOM election mission to Grenada conducts initial assessments From the CARICOM Secretariat Greater Georgetown, Guyana – The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Election Observer Mission (CEOM) has conducted initial assessments...

Royal Caribbean Cancels Port Calls in Puerto Rico Over Civil Unrest

After the recent release of hundreds of pages of offensive chat messages sent by Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello, demonstrators have gathered in Old...

Annual Little Haiti ‘Back to School’ Fete Celebrated by Miami

MIAMI, Florida – The annual Little Haiti 'Back 2 School' event is being celebrated by the  City of Miami, Florida. Approximately 1,000 local children from...

Jamaica: PNP Hold Anti-Corruption Protests

PNP President Peter Phillips   KINGSTON, Jamaica – To protest the alleged high level of corruption within the Jamaican government, the opposing party, People’s National Party...

Minister of Public Infrastructure: Water Scarcity May be New Way of...

Minister of Public Infrastructure, Honourable Ian “Patches” Liburd, warned that climate change related challenges such as floods, sea level rise, drought and extreme weather...

Report: Jamaica Losing $J100 Billion Annually from Crime, Corruption

he latest episode in Jamaica’s ongoing plague of political impropriety involving taxpayers’ resources has been front and centre stage since last year, with back-to-back...

UWI To Host Cybersecurity Workshop

Warren Williams (L) and Mick Levin KINGSTON, Jamaica – The US Mueller Report had a lot to say about cybersecurity in a computer based world....

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