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Press Release:– Saint Lucia recently hosted a pan-Caribbean and American Commonwealth workshop to promote National Computer Security Incident Response Teams (nCSIRTs). An nCSIRT is an entity that responds to national level cyber incidents and threat. It also promotes cyber awareness in the country and is the cornerstone of national cyber security. The workshop was held at […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BRADES, Montserrat – The US accused Iran of being behind attacks on two tankers carrying “Japanese-related” cargo, in the Persian Gulf, manifest a serious need to pursue a diplomatic adventure on the Persian nuclear question and its impact on global issues. UN secretary general Antonio Gutteres condemned the attack and […]
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The National Pingtung University in Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s largest, with a special focus on agriculture, green energy and the blue economy. Currently, it accommodates 306 international students in various departments and faculties, and the institution takes special pride in training students to consider innovative solutions for social change.

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(CBS NEWS) — An Ottawa farmer who’s waited six weeks for seasonal labourers to come help plant his crops says new restrictions on foreign workers is threatening to ruin his business. For the past 25 years, Andy Terauds of Acorn Creek Garden Farm in Carp has relied on the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP) to ...

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CBC News:- An Ottawa farmer who’s waited six weeks for seasonal labourers to come help plant his crops says new restrictions on foreign workers is threatening to ruin his business. For the past 25 years, Andy Terauds of Acorn Creek Garden Farm in Carp has relied on the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP) to bring pickers and planters […]

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Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Irwin LaRocque, has welcomed the election Friday of St Vincent and the Grenadines to the Security Council of the United Nations (UN). St. Vincent and the Grenadines has become the smallest state ever to be elected to the Council. LaRocque  said in a statement that the country’s election […]

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WASHINGTON, USA – Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the United States, Sir Ronald Sanders in his address, at the opening of Caribbean legislative week on Capitol Hill June 5, called on governments of Caribbean countries and the US to “recognise their mutuality of interest and act on it,” meantime Prime Minister Gaston Browne called on […]
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