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GENEVA, Switzerland – The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group II, which deals with impacts, adaptation and vulnerability to climate change, will meet in Kathmandu, Nepal, next week to advance their contribution to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). The second lead author meeting July 15 – 19, 2019, will bring together more […]
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CARICOM Today:- CARICOM Member States joined forces over the past week to provide police escort services for the 40th Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM in Castries, Saint Lucia 3-5 July. The St Kitts and Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) pointed out that two officers of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police […]

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MIAMI, USA —US Coast Guard interdicted more than 50 migrants during the Fourth of July weekend from two separate at-sea interdictions. On July 3, watchstanders with Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville received notification from the good Samaritan vessel, Bochem London, of a disabled vessel with more than 20 people aboard approximately 130 miles northeast of Jacksonville, […]
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – CDEMA and the government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at CDEMA headquarters ensuring cooperation on disaster risk management.  The MoU, which was signed by Prime Minister of Sint Maarten, Leona Marlin-Romeo and executive director of CDEMA, Ronald Jackson, will apply to the islands of […]
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BBC News:- The family of a toddler who died after falling 11 storeys from an open window on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has blamed the company for the accident. Chloe Wiegand fell after her grandfather put her on the railing of a children’s play area, believing there was glass there, the family claims. Royal […]

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TORONTO, Canada — The largest ecological and humanitarian crisis in history is at our doorstep. According to Philip Alston, the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, hundreds of millions face impoverishment, widespread displacement and hunger, with the most severe impact in poor countries and regions that have contributed the least to the […]
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By Adrian Loveridge I was fortunate enough to be invited as a guest to the French West Indian island of St Barts recently, as part of the Carabavia Aviation Meetup event that St Maarten, so ably hosted last month. It was my second visit to this tiny (9.7 square miles) overseas collectivity of France, but […]
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Dear Sirs: Where to begin. First, I read your assertion of the record of Cabot Links and it is noted. It does not yet reconcile with the ‘progress’ so far on the planned Saint Lucia development about which I will attempt to outline my concerns below, which I trust you will convey to Cowan-Dewar and […]
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Dear Sirs: On April 24, 2019, US Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) led a delegation to Haiti, which included actor and human rights activist Danny Glover; journalist and Barbados national Margaret Prescod of Pacifica Radio’s “Sojourner Truth” and Women of Color/Global Women’s Strike; civil rights lawyer Walter Riley; Haitian diaspora leader Pierre Labossiere; and human rights […]
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