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Friday, May 14, 2021

July 4th Date: Palm Beach & Orlando Jerk Festival Now the...

Palm Beach and Orlando Jerk Festival, two of Florida’s premier food events, has completed an extensive rebranding effort that will reflect a deep dedication...

BBC in Bob Marley Tribute Photo Spread

    It is 40 years since legendary reggae singer Bob Marley died of cancer in Miami, aged 36, on 11 May 1981. image copyrightGetty Images image captionBob...

Mystery of Hospitalized Dissident Cuban Artist

Havana, Cuba (CNN) One of Cuba's most rebellious dissidents has spent more than ten days in a closely guarded hospital in Havana but it's...

Cuba Trying Latest of 5 Homegrown COVID Vaccines

Cuba started a mass vaccination campaign against COVID-19 on Wednesday using one of its five homegrown vaccine candidates which, if proven effective, could improve...

Grim Future for Endangerd Mexican Porpoise

The vaquita marina is found only in Mexico. It is the most critically endangered sea mammal on the planet, its survival threatened by a...

Jamaica: Bounty Killer Calls for Action Against Crime

Popular Jamaican dancehall deejay Bounty Killer has called on Jamaicans to take a firm stance against crime following a deadly gun battle between criminals...

Dr. Carla Barnett: CARICOM Names First Female Secretary-General

History was created when Dr. Carla Barnett was appointed as the first female Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The leaders unanimously agreed to Barnett’s...

Taiwan says China Using Vaccine for Political Gain with Honduras

Taiwan condemned China on Wednesday for seeking to use vaccines for political gain after Taipei's diplomatic ally Honduras said it was considering opening an...

Colombia Protests: Death Toll Rises, Leader Dies, as Cities Brace for...

Oliver Griffin Reuters The reported death toll from nearly two weeks of anti-government protests in Colombia rose past 40 on Tuesday, a day ahead of a...

Haiti’s Current Constitution ‘Makes Good Governance Impossible,’ Says Ambassador

Haiti's president is holding a controversial referendum next month on overhauling the 1987 Constitution. His Ambassador to the U.S., Bocchit Edmond, defends it. Next month,...

Mexico City Train Wreck: The Warnings Signs Were There

(CNN) It's known as the "Golden Line." The Mexico City subway system Line 12, spanning 25.1 kilometers (15.6 miles) and featuring 20 stations, was...

Venezuela Needs $58B to Restore Crude Output to 1998 Levels

Luc Cohen Reuters Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA would need $58 billion in investment to revive its crude production to the levels of 1998 before ex-President...

Colombia Protesters, Government at Odds After Meeting

Reuters- A meeting between Colombian protest leaders and President Ivan Duque broke up on Monday with little sign of progress on curbing nearly two...

UK Upholds Cayman’s Right To Popular Referendums

The UK-based Privy Council has rejected an application from Cayman’s Cruise Port Referendum (CPR) for leave to challenge the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal’s...

OAS Permanent Council to Analyze Situation in Nicaragua & Establish Mission...

The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) will hold a regular virtual meeting on Wednesday, May 12 at 10:00 EDT (14:00...

CARICOM Economics to be Taught in Regional Schools

The teaching of regional integration and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Single Market and Economy (CSME) will start immediately in regional classrooms as part of...

Biden’s Policies Have Created Another Mex. Border Refugee Camp

Mimi Dwyer/ Lizbeth Diaz Reuters- A red pickup truck pulls up next to a migrant tent encampment in the Mexican city of Tijuana, its bed...

Amazon Rainforest Being Destroyed Much Faster

Deforestation of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil rose by 43% in April compared to the same month last year, government data has shown. A total...

Haiti Still Has No COVID Vaccines

Haiti has still not taken the necessary steps to receive a single vaccine, lamented the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). "Haiti is still in the...

Barbados Govt. to Gift Liat Workers $2,000

Nearly 100 Barbadian LIAT workers can expect at least $2,000 from the Barbados Government to be paid immediately or within a week at the...

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