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MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Since mass protests against President Daniel Ortega erupted in Nicaragua in April 2018, the government has banned demonstrations, arrested thousands without trial, and shut down both alternative and mainstream media outlets. As attempts at dialogue have so far failed, the future of Nicaragua remains an open question. The demonstrations were originally against […]

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica (JIS) — The 2018/19 winter tourist season has emerged as Jamaica’s most successful based on earnings and visitor arrivals, tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, has said. Bartlett noted that over the last three months of the season, which commenced December 15, the industry welcomed nearly 800,000 stopover visitors while generating more than $1 […]

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NASSAU, Bahamas — Bahamas-based television show producers are looking for outstanding Bahamians in South Florida and The Caribbean. The producers of a new inspirational business television show In Search of Inspiration based in Nassau, Bahamas, are looking for outstanding Bahamians in the Caribbean and South Florida to appear as special guests. Bishop of motivation Spence […]

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BBC  News:- Two gorillas have been photographed posing for a relaxed selfie with the rangers who rescued them as babies. The image was taken at a gorilla orphanage in Virunga National Park, DR Congo, where the animals were raised after poachers killed their parents. The park’s deputy director told BBC Newsday that they had learned […]

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By Hudson George As we keep on importing new words into our Grenadian vocabulary, some historical and traditional words are fading away. Therefore, it creates a new copycat culture for this present generation of Grenadians to gravitate toward a North American version of the English language. Growing up as a small boy, I remember the […]

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By Alicia Bárcena Nearly four years after the international community approved the 2030 Agenda and its 17 goals in 2015, the region’s countries will gather at the third meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on sustainable development – an occasion conducive to taking stock of what has been […]

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Dear Sir: Over the last few days, Belizeans have witnessed frantic political activity resulting in the passage of legislation entitled: Belize Territorial Dispute Referendum Bill 2019. That Bill was drafted in haste to cure the defect in a writ of a referendum, as identified by Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin, in a Supreme Court case brought […]

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Dear Sir: Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) never objected to any development including the Toco Port. We promote sustainable development guided by holistic planning with independent feasibility studies and cost-benefit analyses. On Friday, April 12, 2019, the National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (NIDCO) held its first statutory public consultation for the Toco Port. […]

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