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8 Jamaicans among 114 nabbed as New York officers hunt criminal immigrants

The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency says officers from its Enforcement and Removal Operations have arrested a number of Caribbean immigrants...

Barbados Prime Minister says he will meet with Unions and Private Sector, but not...

The trade unions and private sector will get a meeting with Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, but he has made it clear it will...

Tensions rise as 48-hour strike starts in Venezuela

Opposition leaders in Venezuela have called on workers to stay at home today and tomorrow as part of a nationwide strike. It is the latest...

CCJ orders release of men on death row in Barbados

The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday quashed the convictions of two men – Vincent Edwards and Richard Haynes – who were sentenced...

CXC launches mobile app today

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) will launch its first mobile app, CXC Connect, today in St. Michael, Barbados. “Increasingly, more of CXC stakeholders are using...

UN Secretary-General lauds CARICOM leadership on global issues

As CARICOM and United Nations meet in New York to discuss how the international body can better support the Region’s strategic goals, UN Secretary-General,...

ALBA rejects US threats against Venezuela

The nations which make up the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) have rejected threats made against Venezuela by the United...

Possible 2017 payout for ECCU British American policyholders

Regional policyholders of the British American Insurance Company Limited (BAICO) may be one step closer to receiving a payout, eight years after the company...

St. Kitts Nevis calls out defence force

The St. Kitts Nevis Defence Force has been granted enhanced powers for the next six months as the government continues to fight crime and...

Barbados Prime Minister Stuart issues warning as Trade Unions engage in nationwide strike

“Go Ahead and March” Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart declared to the nation’s Trade Unions yesterday. But any “proposed” social unrest would be dealt with...
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