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Female charged with blackmailing St. Lucian Senator

Police in St. Lucia have formally charged a young woman in connection with the nude photos/blackmail scandal involving Senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond, Minister in...

Guyana no longer suicide capital

Guyana is no longer the suicide capital of the world, having fallen to fourth place, according to crude statistics on the World Health Organization...

Venezuela President calls army to streets ahead of major protest

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the army into the streets as the South American nation braces for what his opponents vow will be...

Caribbean Airlines begins scheduled service to St Vincent and the Grenadines

(CMC) — The Trinidad and Tobago based Caribbean Airlines (CAL), on Thursday announced the introduction of its service to the Argyle International Airport, St...

Barbados develops draft Gender Equality Protocols for Magistrates and Judges

Barbados has become the first country within CARICOM to develop a draft Gender Equality Protocol for Magistrates and Judges. The project was undertaken by the...

UN Security Council agrees to shut down Haiti peacekeeping mission

The United Nations Security Council today agreed to shut down the peacekeeping mission in Haiti after 13 years and replace it with a smaller...

Dominica Opposition Leader barred from entering Parliament building

Dominica’s Opposition Leader Lennox Linton said yesterday that he had been prevented from entering the compound of the Parliament building and called for the...

Cut Wages, Not Jobs, Caribbean Economist advises Barbados

A noted Caribbean economist is recommending that the Freundel Stuart administration in Barbados reduce public sector wages to help deal with the country’s economic...

New clashes erupt in Venezuela as President Maduro seeks help in Cuba

Venezuela erupted in a fifth day of violent protests in a week on Monday, as President Nicolas Maduro travelled to Cuba seeking support from...

Antigua and Barbuda told to make laws to save unwanted babies

Antigua and Barbuda is being advised to table laws that would allow parents to anonymously abandon their babies without fear of being criminally pursued. The...

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