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Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party secures victory in 2023 general elections

Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party has won the general elections in the twin-island nation, according to the result declared by the Electoral Commission. The political party will be ruling the country for the next...

CCM and PAM have given deadline to PM Harris to resolve issues

Premier of Nevis, as well as Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Mark Brantley, has addressed the people of the nation on Saturday. He mentioned several matters that are continuously moving toward tearing the nation's fabric apart.

CCM and PAM have given deadline to PM Harris to resolve issues

Premier of Nevis, as well as Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Mark Brantley, has addressed the people of the nation on Saturday. He mentioned several matters that are continuously moving toward tearing the nation's fabric apart.

“We lost truly great citizen of Nevis” says Brantley on the passing of Vance Amory

The former Ambassador of St Kitts and Nevis Vance Winkworth Amory passed away on April 2, 2022. Former Premier of Nevis was admitted to the hospital in London, United Kingdom, where he took his last breath battling cancer.

Survey outlines benefits of Citizenship by Investment to Europe

The economic citizenship programme of a country permits an individual to become a dual citizen of a nation in return for investment

Kim Jong-un reportedly sent gardeners into labour camps, as their flowers didn’t bloom: Report

North Korea is a one-sided ideology nation that sets and follows different rules from the rest of the world, and their supreme leader is known for making freaky and often shocking decisions.

TT Police arrests over 40 persons for several offences during weekend

During the weekend, police authorities have detained over 40 persons across Trinidad for several offences. Among those arrested were four suspects in connection with a homicide.

UK attracts global attention after first death due to Lassa virus

The world is currently battling the continuous surge in COVID-19 cases, with the less severe Omicron variant leading to a spike in infections in several nations.

Over 1000 schools in Haiti that have been destroyed by earthquake are yet to rebuilt

After six months of the devastating earthquake, which hits the southwestern part of Haiti, leaving more than 1,000 schools in the most affected departments of Sud, Grand'Anse and Nippes are yet to be rebuilt.

CARICOM expresses concerns amid Russia-Ukraine conflict

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has expressed concerns about the ongoing situation along the Russian Federation and Ukraine border.

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