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Two radio journalists shot dead during live radio broadcast in the Dominican Republic

Three men have been arrested after two journalists were killed during a live radio broadcast in the Dominican Republic. According to BBC News, one of...

Jamaica Police order tints removed from public vehicles

Jamaica Police have announced the immediate removal of tints from public passenger vehicles (PPV) as the authorities implement measures to deal with the recent...

CARICOM heads to discuss regional crime solution at Inter-sessional summit

CARICOM leaders will begin their two-day inter-sessional summit in Guyana on Thursday with crime and security, economic development and international relations high on their...

Trinidad and Tobago government tackles ‘fake’ news on social media

The Trinidad and Tobago government has hinted at introducing legislation to curb the activities of social media users who post gory and irresponsible videos,...

Jamaican scientists close to creating affordable Hepatitis C drug from ganja

Research scientists, led by Jamaican Dr. Henry Lowe, say they have discovered properties in Cannabidiol (CBD), one of the major bioactive compounds in the...

Bloody weekend in Bahamas, opposition calls for Government to break silence

Police in the Bahamas today appealed to citizens to provide information “no matter how small or insignificant the tip may seem” as they launched...

CARICOM ‘deeply distressed’ by violence in Roseau

CARICOM Chairman and President of Guyana, David Granger, has said the community is deeply distressed at the violence which broke out in Dominica following...

Dominica Prime Minister accuses opposition of masterminding attempt to overthrow Government

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, in a national address on Wednesday night accused the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) and Dominica Freedom Party (DFP) of...

Trinidad Police investigate death of baby who was given sleep medication despite warnings

Two young Trinidadian parents are anxiously awaiting police investigations into whether they will be held responsible for causing the tragic death of their child. The...

Caribbean Tourism arrivals hit all-time high

Caribbean tourism broke new ground in 2016, surpassing 29 million arrivals for the first time ever, and once again growing faster than the global...

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