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Sky News:– Donald Trump has blamed America’s latest mass shootings on video games, mental illness and social media, after 30 people died in attacks in Texas and Ohio over the weekend. Speaking at the White House, Mr Trump announced reforms to try to deal with the problem, including working with social media companies to detect “mass […]

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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis hosted a trade mission from the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) last week, his office has disclosed. The meeting focused on expanding trade relations between Trinidad and Tobago and this country. According to a release from the Office of the Castries Mayor, the visit of the Trinidad and Tobago delegation […]

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Saint Lucia’s opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has described neocolonialism as an economic threat coming from difference sources. Speaking against the backdrop of the recent celebration of Emancipation Day, Pierre said some of the sources of neocolonialism are actually home-grown. “The effect of debt – and if you want to come closer home, our government […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Between January – July 2019 more than 8,600 Haitians arrived in Guyana and ‘only 13 left the country legally’. In a display of hysteria to feed the base of multiple factions, “The Haitians are coming,” is making headlines across the country. The opposition and its […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor HAVANA, Cuba, – Canada restored some visa services at its Embassy in Havan from August 1, 2019, including visa and biometric services, fingerprints and photos needed for applications done at the embassy, as well as drop off and pick up passports/visas. This new announcement does not restore the full list […]
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By Latronya Linton KINGSTON, Jamaica, (JIS) – The ministry of industry, commerce, agriculture, and fisheries, through the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA), is spending $15 million to assist farmers affected by the ongoing drought. Portfolio Minister, Audley Shaw, said a proper assessment is being done to determine further assistance or interventions. In a statement to […]
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By Claudius J. Francis In part one, I explained historical factors, briefly established the fundamentals that differentiate “not just leadership but good leadership” in addition to what our political leader Phillip J. Pierre personifies, but widely recognised that he “also believes in reaching out and widening the tent.” A good leader should be himself and […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts – St Kitts and Nevis’ prime minister Dr Timothy Harris has seemingly deferred with a High Court Order in the high-profile international stem cell case, on Friday, August 2, as per the order of His Lordship Justice Eddy Ventose. Prime minister Harris was ordered to provide leader […]
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Nazma Muller, founder of the Caribbean Collective for Justice and a staunch advocate for the legalisation of marijuana in the region, has long maintained that it’s unconscionable that Trinidad and Tobago’s ministry of health has never exercised clauses to amendments made to the Dangerous Drugs Act in 2000, which allows for […]
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