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A former ambassador to the United Nations has appealed to the Allen Chastanet led administration to clarify its position on Venezuela. Earl Huntley has characterized Saint Lucia’s decision to not recognize the legitimacy of the Maduro Presidency but accept his incoming diplomats as ‘odd’. He says Caricom and other multinational bodies have taken notice.
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Renowned musician Ronald Boo Hinkson is the writer selected to compose St. Lucia’s 2019 Independence song entitled “We’re All In.” On Tuesday Hinkson and the Independence 40 planning committee stopped by our studios to talk about the creative process in producing the song.
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Debate on a no confidence motion in Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is set for January 29th.  Position leader Philip J. Pierre says the official signing of the multi-million-dollar Millennium Highway and West coast road upgrading project is a ‘desperate attempt by the Prime Minister,’ as time draws near.
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St. Lucia is keeping a close eye on increased cases of Measles in Europe, the United States and the region. Acting national epidemiologist Dr Michelle Francois says while the island has not recorded a case of Measles since 1990, now is not the time to be complacent.
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An already embattled Venezuela is now caught in a tale of two presidents. Amid allegations of election rigging by the Nicolas Maduro government, opposition leader Juan Guaido has publicly declared himself president. Now, as countries like the US and Canada recognize Guaido, major news outlets, including Reuters and Al Jazeera are reporting that Saint Lucia …
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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA — The United States, along with Canada, Brazil, Colombia and Argentina, on Wednesday recognised National Assembly President Juan Guaido after he declared himself interim president of Venezuela. President Donald Trump called on Maduro to resign and promised to use the “full weight” of the US economic and diplomatic […]

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“How do I abuse thee? Let us count the ways.” ~ with apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — At a press conference last week, St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris and CEO of the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) Les Khan again attempted to […]

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DAVOS, Switzerland — Reports of violence and casualties linked to unrest in Venezuela should be investigated transparently and independently, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday, before calling for calm. In a statement issued by his spokesperson, the UN chief urged all parties to “lower tensions” in the South American country, which is riven by […]

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The Department of Health & Wellness is well underway to ensuring preparedness and response to public health hazards as it is currently reviewing its Multi-hazard Disaster Management Plan, it has been reported. According to a Ministry of Health release, professionals came together recently to play a part in shaping the development of the multi-hazard disaster […]

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DAVOS, Switzerland — Prior to the commencement of the World Economic Forum at Davos on Wednesday, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne held a bilateral meeting with the finance minister of Malta Edward Scicluna. The main items on the agenda for discussion were the various initiatives being taken by the European Union that could […]

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