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NEW YORK, USA — While the world was in the midst of a crisis largely sparked by interventionism and “savage capitalism”, Nicaragua continued to bolster peace, strengthen security, “and… promote and defend human rights,” minister for foreign affairs Denis Moncada Colindres told the United Nations General Assembly on Monday, underscoring his country’s commitment to the […]

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HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — La Camaronera del Litoral Sur (CALISUR), the largest shrimp farm in Cuba and inaugurated in December 1986, broke its yearly production record of 2,150 tons (achieved for the first time in 2017, despite still having three more months to close the year. Located in the Granma municipality of Rio Cauto, the […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — On Sunday, one week after being seriously injured in a car accident, Ken “Professor” Philmore, one of Trinidad and Tobago’s foremost steel pan composers and arrangers, passed away. By all accounts, Philmore had always been fascinated with the country’s national instrument, even as a young child. He began playing with […]

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DORADO BEACH, Puerto Rico — Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve officially reopened on Monday, marking an exciting chapter in the property’s rich legacy as well as in the recovery and resurgence of Puerto Rico. Following a meticulous restoration, Dorado Beach emerges more spectacular than ever, featuring expanded offerings, amenities and facilities, allowing the celebrated resort […]

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By J. K. Roberts With the announcement concerning the filing of Grenada’s first case with the 14th February 2001 Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on 25th September 2018, the golden opportunity is now opened for the people to understand the practical legality of the concept “access to justice”, as applied to the CCJ. The proponents […]

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Sky News:–  Cutlery that once belonged to Adolf Hitler has been sold at auction for £12,500 in Dorset. The formal pattern silverware is part of a batch of 3,000 pieces made for the Nazi leader to celebrate his 50th birthday in April 1939. The cutlery was discovered during a house clearance in Dorset and was thought […]

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By C McKinley Fahie “That is the template for corruption that has been finely tuned by these three men for decades prior to the pre-dawn raid by Swiss authorities in Zurich, Switzerland in 2015; the crimes of fixing the Golden Triangle of football, television and sponsorship money.” Argentinian Julio Grondona, who headed FIFA’s finance committee […]

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Dear Sir: The results of Sunday’s PNM internal elections are now in and the media is reporting that the actual number of votes cast was 2,420. If, according to their own returning officer, there were over 90,000 members eligible to vote, then the turnout was only 2.71 percent! Elections are and have always been serious […]

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Dear Sir: The recent report by the Auditor General’s Department on “Jamaica’s Preparedness for Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)” had an interesting finding involving the internal and external parliamentary committee. According to the report, “In April, PIOJ requested the opportunity to solicit the views of the Internal and External Affairs Committee within the Houses […]

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