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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb. 28, CMC – Veteran sports journalist Tony Becca died in hospital early Thursday. Becca, who was best known for his expertise in cricket, was being treated in hospital for the mosquito-borne dengue fever and reportedly developed complications. For many years, he was the sports editor with the Gleaner Company and in October, ...

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb. 28, CMC – Guyana and South Africa will be signing a Declaration of Intent to enter into a formal Memorandum of Understanding in the very near future. According to Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman both parties have identified five big areas of cooperation and collaboration. “Training and capacity building, strengthening of ...

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CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Feb. 28, CMC – The Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality (ECADE) has urged governments across the region to “strongly denounce any forms of violence and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.” ECADE, in a joint statement with the Castries based United and Strong said that ...

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Feb. 28, CMC – Canadian Airline, Air Canada, says that due to continuing civil unrest in the French speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nation, it has suspended flights from Montreal for two months. “Due to the continuing civil unrest in Haiti, Air Canada’s non-stop service between Montreal and Port au Prince, Haiti, ...

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb. 28, CMC – A British cruise ship passenger who encountered difficulties while swimming in Dickenson Bay earlier this week, has died in hospital. The police have confirmed that the man was pulled from the sea and rushed to hospital where he died shortly after. “It is something that unfortunately happens in ...

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WASHINGTON, Feb 28, CMC – The United States Department of State says a top official will travel to the French-speaking Caribbean country on Friday. On Wednesday, the State Department said that Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale will travel to Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, where he will meet with President Jovenel Moise, Prime Minister ...

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 28, CMC – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says it has formulated an ambitious Expansion of Procurement Policies in order to facilitate the implementation of the bank’s Institutional Strategy in Latin American and the Caribbean. On Wednesday, the Washington-based financial institution said the strategy “reaffirms the commitment to promote initiatives that address the ...

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ROSEAU, Dominica, Feb. 28, CMC – The Seismic Center at the University of the West Indies (UWI) says an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 was felt in southern Dominica on Thursday. The Seismic Centre located on the St. Augustine Campus in Trinidad and Tobago, reports that at 1:37 pm (local time), the quake was ...

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Trinidad Express:-  Education Minister Anthony Garcia is condemning what he describes as “the despicable act of violence” perpetuated against the Principal of the Tunapuna Hindu Primary School by two intruders on Wednesday. A report from the School Supervisor says that two men entered the school at approximately 2:40pm and indicated to the security officer they would […]

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Stabroek News:–  Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has refused an invitation to meet with President David Granger and accused the APNU+AFC government of perpetrating fraud. Speaking at a Press Conference at his Church Street office this afternoon, Jagdeo accused the President of sending one letter to the Guyana Election Commission  (GECOM) and releasing a different letter to […]

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