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January saw news of a potential major oil find in Suriname. The significance of this discovery will reshape plans for nation-building in the country’s capital of Paramaribo and could give the Surinamese new optimism around their future. It will also require a rethink among other stakeholders regarding the oil industry in the Caribbean‚ and around the world.

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CNN: A tsunami threat message has been issued by the US National Weather Service’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center after a magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck Tuesday near Jamaica. The U.S. National Weather Service’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a threat of tsunami waves reaching approximately 0.3 to one meter, or around one to three feet above […]

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The ‘Backpack Bandit’ has struck again. On Friday, January 10, 2020, the masked burglar who wears a backpack broke into a house at Cap Estate. The previous week, he had broken into a home in Carellie, Castries and the intrusion was recorded on CCTV camera. The bandit robbed the home of a number of valuables […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – Iranian officials on Thursday appeared to contradict President Trump’s assertion that Tehran was “standing down” after launching missile attacks at Iraqi bases, with a top military commander vowing “harsher revenge” and President Hassan Rouhani warning of a “very dangerous response” to any further US actions. Rouhani said the strikes against the ...

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — England-based sportswear company Castore will become the official team kit partner for all representative West Indies teams after signing a three-year deal with Cricket West Indies (CWI). The brand partnership will make its debut next May when West Indies Women take on South Africa in a One-Day International series, and […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – With only 24 of its 40 registered swimmers, the Lightning Aquatics (L.A.) Swim Club copped the second place trophy at the end of the Lucian Grand Prix Swim Competition organized by the Rodney Heights Aquatic Center from December 6-8, 2019. The Club amassed 723 points, while Sea Jays Swim Club placed first ...

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ROSEAU, Dominica — Political Leader of the United Workers Party (UWP) in Dominica Lennox Linton has struck back at the country’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit who blamed the party for civil unrest that rocked Roseau on Monday night. In an address to the nation on Tuesday afternoon, Linton made it clear that the UWP had ...

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Vieux Fort bus drivers Wednesday ended a strike over the arrest of a colleague, following a meeting with Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry. Moncherry had informed the drivers that he would not meet with them under duress and advised that they return to work. The President of the Southern Minibus Association, Phillip Jn Baptiste, told St […]

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