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By Caribbean News Now contributor ORLANDO, USA — The latest sign that Puerto Rican voter sentiment may influence Florida’s mid-term elections came on Monday when Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló announced in Orlando his endorsement of Democratic senator Bill Nelson’s campaign for re-election to the Senate and Democratic candidate for Florida governor Andrew Gillum. The […]

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CASTRIES, St Lucia — The first forum of the Caribbean Nationally Determined Contributions Finance Initiatives (NDC FI) will be held on October 11 and 12 in Saint Lucia. Under the Paris Climate Agreement adopted at COP21, countries all agreed to contribute to the global climate effort. Their respective commitments were expressed in nationally determined contributions […]

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By Humberto Márquez CARACAS, Venezuela (IPS) — They sell their houses, cars, motorcycles, household goods, clothes and ornaments – if they have any – even at derisory prices, save up a few dollars, take a bus and, in many cases, for the first time ever travel outside their country: they are the migrants who are […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com NASSAU, Bahamas — Ever had a feeling that some things are just too good to be true? A feeling that some things are just better than advertised? Well, the experience to be had at the Rosewood’s Costa Mexican Restaurant at the Baha Mar Resort in The […]

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By Ray Chickrie Guyana is one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and many of its citizens fled to Suriname, Trinidad, Barbados, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom or elsewhere to escape wretched poverty and repugnant violence. However, with the recent mega oil and gas discoveries offshore, Guyana is set to […]

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A senior police officer has told a new batch of persons aspiring to become members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF), that the criminals are not playing. Assistant Police Commissioner responsible for  Corporate Services, Crusita Pelius,  told the fifty hopefuls Tuesday at the Police Academy that crime is not a joke. “The criminals […]

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By Hudson George We are now in the beginning of October 2018 and it is expected as usual to hear some Grenadians talking about the Maurice Bishop, Bernard and Eric Gairy brand of politics in relation to revolution and Grenada’s politics. However, the older folks who still love the Eric Gairy brand of dictatorship will […]

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Dear Sir: Three years into its stint as government and 1,500 murders later, we are no closer to seeing any action by this PNM administration to bring crime under control in Trinidad and Tobago. The recently appointed minister of national security has uncharacteristically gone quiet since assuming office, most likely overwhelmed by his inability to […]

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Dear Sir: Cuba has rejected on several occasions the US version on the alleged use of microwave weapons to affect the health of United States diplomats living in Havana in 2016, and said that all the accusations are false. “There has been no attack or deliberate act against any of its diplomats and the Department […]

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[Press Release] The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) is pleased to announce that it was a recipient of a 2018 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. The Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, restaurants and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience. This award is a reflection of the …
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