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By Benjamin Waddell, Fort Lewis College MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Protesting is now illegal in Nicaragua, according to President Daniel Ortega. The Central American country has been embroiled in deadly political turmoil for months. Demonstrations that began in April against an unpopular social security reform quickly transformed into a broader movement aimed at ousting Ortega, Nicaragua’s […]

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By ir. Damien Richardson The characterizations mostly connected to the Caribbean are “paradise” and relaxation”. The region provides a high level of ease in a world that is very busy and sometimes confined within a maze of confusing times. The “Caribbean Lounge” may be the perfect ethos of the region. With a bit more futuristic […]

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Dear Sir: Here is a story that I have chosen to write because one of Gonsalves’ cronies in the usual way could not help themselves and bragged to the wrong supposed supporters at Crown Heights during the recent UN meetings in New York, telling what had been arranged to bring down the National Democratic Party […]

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Dear Sir: We must stop blaming the Global North for their high carbon emissions while painting a convoluted narrative of victimhood and innocence for ourselves. We are not only victims but also perpetrators of global warming. With the increasing frequency, intensity and path unpredictability of hurricane disasters, is our Republic prepared for a hurricane disaster? […]

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Dear Sir: When the long practice of “terrorism” is unreservedly believed to obscure even the most elements of civility agreed upon and by international standards, one can always expect the irrational thinking and comportment of Saudi Arabia, a long confirmed chief financier and also an immeasurably direct practitioner of the contagious disease of the same […]

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Dear Sir: Developed country status depends mainly on a wide range of economic drivers – sectors and industries that are mature enough to weather slowdowns and disruptions, while generating operational profits and gross earnings, to contribute hard currency taxes, at the very minimum, toward the nation’s healthcare, education and infrastructure. Underdeveloped nations must exploit synergies […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com MONACO — After being the inaugural host to the ground-breaking, International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Relays in 2014 and the subsequent two events in 2015 and 2017, The Bahamas has decided to forego its option to host the games in 2019 that were supposed […]

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TORONTO, Canada — November 12-17, 2018, will bring in over 100 athletes from around the world to the beautiful, vibrant island of Antigua for the second annual Antigua and Barbuda Cup Tennis Championships. The Antigua and Barbuda Cup will feature both adult and junior (ITF) sanctioned tournaments, as well as a week full of socials, […]

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(SNO) — Video of Julien Alfred’s silver-medal performance in the women’s 100m at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Monday (Oct. 15). She finished second overall in a wind-assisted 11.23 seconds behind Nigeria’s Rosemary Chukuma. “Going into the race, I was positive, I was relaxed. During the race I felt like the last ...

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