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UN boss to visit hurricane ravaged Dominica

Barbados Today:-United Nations secretary general António Guterres will visit hurricane-ravaged Dominica on October 8, prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit announced Friday. “As a result of my trip to the United Nations,...
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SPISE 2017: Two scholars sponsored by ECCB for Caribbean Science Foundation Program

OECS Media Release Friday, June 30, 2017 — This year, twenty-five students have been selected to participate in SPISE (Student Program for Innovation in Science and Engineering​). The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, as...

Antigua: Two children hospitalised with TB in two weeks

Antigua Observer:-  Health officials are monitoring an 18-month toddler who recently arrived in Antigua after he tested positive for tuberculosis in the United States. The baby boy is the second child...

Concern In T&T Over Unregistered Churches

There's concern in Trinidad and Tobago over 'overnight' churches that are not registered with the Ministry of Legal Affairs. The Trinidad Express reports that a lot of the churches are owned...

Jamaica: Pastor scolds clergy

Jamaica Observer:-  A local pastor yesterday chided her fellow church leaders for not doing enough to counter human trafficking, as well as sexual, physical, and child abuse. “We need to do...

Caribbean Leaders discuss crime and climate change at Haiti summit

Caribbean leaders are currently meeting in Haiti for the Twenty-ninth Inter-Sessional Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government. The talks began on Tuesday with crime and violence and climate change high...
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GUYANA – Woman with two wombs has twins

Kaieteur News:-GEORGETOWN – Doctors at the Georgetown Public Hospital have delivered twins in a rare case of Didelphys Uterus, a condition in which the patient has two uteri. In what...

Guyana: Muslim Scholar Jailed For 45 Years In Rape Case

Stabroek News:-  The first trial of Nezaam Ali, the Muslim scholar charged with nine counts of child rape, ended in the High Court today with a guilty verdict and a...

Amnesty offers to help Jamaica

Jamaica Observer:-HUMAN rights watchdog Amnesty International has offered to help Jamaica in addressing human rights issues blamed on the State. Amnesty made the offer Wednesday after presenting a copy of...
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Tracking Market Leads and Export Prospects at TIC 2017

PRESS RELEASE:-TEPA representation for Saint Lucian Exporters in Trinidad and Tobago CASTRIES, Saint Lucia, July 07, 2017; With 500 regional and international buyers, distributors, investors and multi-sector exhibitors from over...