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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Globally, startling changes in the environment disproportionately affect women in developing countries, largely because of their lower economic and social status. In Jamaica, women head about 46 percent of households and bear the brunt of responsibility for shelter, water and food security. International agencies have caught on to the need for women’s […]
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — US Coast Guard Cutter Richard Dixon (WPC-1113) repatriated 14 Dominican migrants to a Dominican Navy patrol vessel Saturday near Samaná, Dominican Republic, following the interdiction of an illegal migrant voyage Thursday off the coast of Añasco, Puerto Rico.  Two other Dominican men traveling in the group remain in federal custody […]
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By Oliver Mills Talk of the idea of leadership has reached a crescendo recently, with students registering for leadership courses, or for full degree programmes in leadership at first degree and graduate levels. Even advertisements for certain high level jobs require persons with leadership experience and knowledge. And in academia, leadership programmes are being advertised as […]
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By Melissa Martin, Ph.D My favorite vacation spot is any place with an ocean and a beach, God’s natural playground created for fun in the sun. And during summer beach vacations, families can educate themselves about ocean clean-up and conservation. Oceans cover 71 percent of the planet and are home to important species and ecosystems […]
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Reuters:– U.S. authorities launched small-scale operations to arrest undocumented families over the weekend in a start to President Donald Trump’s plan to deport thousands of immigrants. The multi-day operation was expected to target hundreds of recently-arrived families in about 10 cities who have been ordered deported by an immigration judge. The removal operations are meant […]

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Dear Sir: I’m for the enforcement of Guyana’s sovereignty. Therefore, I believe the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruling that president David Granger’s appointment of Justice James Patterson as chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission was unconstitutional because of a lack of consultation, is a dangerous overreach by the court. No where in the constitution […]
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Dear Sir: Those of us who know him can confirm the heroism that Ralph E Gonsalves carries proudly in his lifelong quest to bring 21st Century Socialism to the Caribbean. Ralph first became interested in Karl Marx as a very young man; some say he had already slipped into the Marxist system when he was […]
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Dear Sir:  I recently questioned the charging of US$70 for the recently imposed ‘Airline Travel and Tourism Development Fee’ on a LIAT return ticket from Barbados to St Maarten. This is in addition to the already existing US$27.50 departure tax. LIAT kindly responded stating the “Airline Travel and Tourism Development Fee is UU$35 for CARICOM […]
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