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Trinidad Prime Minister dismisses call to resign

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Thursday brushed aside a call from the main opposition United National Congress (UNC), for him to resign over...

Oil production vessel departs Singapore for Guyana

The very first oil production vessel to be placed in Guyana’s waters, the Liza Destiny, has departed Singapore for these shores. According ExxonMobil, the Liza...

Powerful earthquake shakes Athens

A strong earthquake has shaken the Greek capital of Athens, knocking out phone networks and power in parts of the city. The 5.1 magnitude earthquake...

Dutch state ‘10% liable’ for 350 deaths in Srebrenica massacre

The Dutch Supreme Court has upheld a ruling that the Netherlands was partially responsible for 350 deaths in Bosnia's Srebrenica massacre. The court was quoted...

Cumberbatch becomes champion in the National Girls Junior Table Tennis Title

Leah Cumberbatch won the National Girls Junior Table Tennis Title as well as the Senior Women’s Title at the Recreational Centre of the Church...

SVG to host 2nd Biennial Criminal Justice Conference

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (National Prosecution Service) of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, with the support of Prime Minister Dr....

Youth Employability programme on the increase in SVG

The Youth Employability programme, put on by the Division of Technical Vocational Education has seen an increase in participation. This is according to Dean of...

IMF Office to Remain In Jamaica For Two Additional Years

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will continue to operate its offices in Jamaica for an additional two years, after its S$1.6-billion Precautionary Stand-By Arrangement with...

Bermuda gets new weather radar system

A new $2 million weather radar system was officially launched in Bermuda with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Cooper’s Island in St David’s yesterday. Zane DeSilva,...

Hundreds march in Sudan to honour ‘martyrs’ of protests

Sudanese police fired tear gas as hundreds of demonstrators marched in capital Khartoum towards a prominent square to honour dozens of people killed in...

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