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Friday, July 3, 2020

Drug Court Workshop Being Held to Educate Law Enforcers

GEORGETOWN, Guyana - A number of representatives from the judiciary, wider legal sector and welfare sectoR in Barbados will benefit from a Drug Treatment...

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Wins Global Award

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett has been named Tourism Minister of the Year Worldwide. The new honour comes after receiving his...

Brazil Protests Over Child Killed in Police Action

  Protests have erupted in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro after an eight-year-old girl was allegedly killed by police, as the number of victims in operations...

Scientists Worldwide Warn of ‘Untold Suffering’ From Climate Change

  Thousands of scientists from 153 countries have come together to warn the world that "untold suffering" is inevitable if we do not make significant changes...

Antigua,Barbuda Legalize Grass

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Antigua and Barbuda’s Parliament has given the nod to a Bill decriminalizing the possession of up to 15 grammes of cannabis. The...

Researchers identify challenges for agricultural, foods security and climate change

Researchers identify challenges for agricultural, foods security and climate change From the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture Headquarters At a global workshop hosted by IICA,...

A&B PM Knocks US Foreign Policy, Praises China

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has ridiculed the foreign policy of the United States of America, reducing it to a “plate of food as a...

Surf’s Up: Puerto Rico, Caribbean Hit by Massive US Waves

The US nor’easter storm is nowhere near the Caribbean, yet its influence is rippling — literally — far and wide across the Atlantic. Huge...

Antigua Govt. Investigating Massive Fish Kill

(CNS) The Antigua Department of Environment says it is testing the waters to determine the cause of a fish kill at the McKinnon’s Pond....

Suriname: Convicted Murderer Could be Re Elected President

Dési Bouterse has been president since 2010   The ballots are being counted after the people of Suriname voted Monday whether President Dési Bouterse, who...

Virus: US Stops Most Cross Border Traffic with Mexico

On Saturday, the US and Canada suspended all non-essential traffic across their shared border, which hundreds of thousands of people normally cross each day,...

U.S. Embassy hosts Zika TechCamp program to help stop spread of...

Photo: Participants of the Zika TechCamp collaborate during a group activity.   U.S. Embassy...

34th COHSOD has met its objectives, says CARICOM human development director

34th COHSOD has met its objectives, says CARICOM human development director From the CARICOM Secretariat GREATER GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Director of Human Development at the CARICOM Secretariat Myrna Bernard...

Paraguay OKs Extradition of Former FIFA Official to US

A judge in Paraguay has authorised the extradition to the US of Nicolás Leoz, the former president of Conmebol, South America's football confederation. Mr...

Trinidad & Tobago Gets First Woman President

  PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Longtime jurist Paula-Mae Weekes will serve as Trinidad and Tobago’s sixth president and the first woman to hold the...

ExxonMobil Not Discouraged by Guyana Duster Well

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – ExxonMobil is optimistic about the prospects for finding more oil in Guyana’s waters even though the most recent well did not...

Rape to Femicide, Latin America, Caribbean Worst Regions for Women

Latin America and the Caribbean are the most violent regions in the world for women, the United Nations said Wednesday, highlighting Central America and...

At Least 2 Dead in 7.3 Peru Earthquake

Lima , Jan 15 (ANI): At least two people have died and 17 others went missing after an earthquake of 7.3 magnitude hit Peru's...

Virus: Cruise Ship Industry in Limbo, Bleeding Money

The cruise ship industry has taken one of the hardest blows from the coronavirus crisis. Shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises (NYSE:RCL) are down 70%...

American Woman Named Head of Haiti UN Mission

NEW YORK, USA--United Nations Secretary‑General António Guterres has named 53- year-old American national, Susan D Page of the United States, as his Special Representative...

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