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Dominica’s Prime Minister fears deaths in wake of Hurricane Maria

Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is calling for international aid to his hurricane-battered country even as he said his focus now “is in rescuing...

British Virgin Islands under curfew as Hurricane Maria approaches

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is under curfew today as the Caribbean archipelago, still reeling from the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma earlier this...

Hurricane Maria regains strength after battering Dominica

The latest major Atlantic hurricane of the season, Maria, has powered back to category five strength after pounding the Caribbean island of Dominica. It weakened...

Leeward Islands braced for major new hurricane

Hurricane Maria has strengthened to a category three storm, and is forecast to hit the Leeward Islands late today, the US National Hurricane Center...

LIAT cancels several flights as Hurricane Maria approaches

LIAT has announced the cancellation of 23 flights for today, September 18, as Hurricane Maria threatens several islands in its network. The cancelled flights are...

US may close Cuba embassy after ‘attacks’ on diplomats

The United States may again close its embassy in Cuba, which reopened two years ago after a half-century stand-off, following a series of mystery...

LIAT starts relief flights to St. Maarten and Tortola

Regional airline, LIAT has started limited flight operations into the destinations of St. Maarten and Tortola, British Virgin Islands (BVI) which were severely affected...

St. Kitts to accommodate CXC students from hurricane affected countries

The government of St. Kitts and Nevis has offered to accommodate secondary school students from islands that were severely affected by the passage Hurricane...

Trinidad and Tobago Government promises no more layoffs this year

Government workers in Trinidad and Tobago can breathe a little easier as the Keith Rowley administration has put the brakes on job cuts in...

Antiguan envoy meets emergency agencies, major countries on relief for hurricane-wreaked Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda's Ambassador to the United States and the Organisation of American States (OAS), Ronald Sanders, met yesterday with the Inter-American Emergency Aid...
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