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Detainees protesting in Cuba could face upto 30-years-jail; under most extensive mass trials

Arrested protestors demonstrating in Cuba could be awarded up to 30 years of jail as they are facing the most extensive mass trials in the nation since the early times of the revolution.

Passengers stranded at sea as Norwegian Cruise Line cancels Caribbean trip mid voyage due to COVID-19

Norwegian Cruise Line halted its Caribbean trip in mid of the voyage because of the recent surge in COVID-19, leaving travellers stranded at the sea until the ship returned to New York.

Tobago confirms first Omicron case; patient is having no travel history

As per the statement released by the THA Division of Health, Wellness and Social Protection on Saturday, Tobago has reported for its first confirmed case of Omicron-new variant of COVID-19. The sample was collected on January 4, and the results were given on January 14.

Trinidad and Tobago faces a huge medical drug supply shortage: Report

The COVID-19 outbreak has drastically impacted every sector by breaking the supply chain system of everything around the globe

Jamaica nabs former senator sought in Haitian President’s killing

Haiti National Police on Saturday has claimed that a former senator who was the key suspect in the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moise has been nabbed in Jamaica.

Dominica updates new deadline for adopting E-passports to August 30,2022

The government authorities of Dominica has extended the deadline for adopting E-passports from July 30, 2023, to August 30, 2022. According to the authorities, the recent update has been made as the Dominica government understands the need for Dominica to join global actions in catering for people with more safe and secure travel.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit receives courtesy call from Patricia Scotland, discusses several issues

On Friday, Prime Minister of Dominica Dr Roosevelt Skerrit held a meeting with Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland QC and discussed several concerning issues, including the impact caused by COVID-19.

Saint Lucia reports 464 fresh COVID-19 cases

On Friday, the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs have confirmed 464 new cases of COVID-19 in Saint Lucia.

Much-awaited Tourism Workers Pension Scheme officially launced

The 'Tourism Workers' Pension Scheme' has launched a much long-awaited pension scheme at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James.

PM Harris meets High Commissioner of India K. J. Srinivasa, discusses key strategies to boost bilateral ties

Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Dr Timothy Harris held a meeting with the High Commissioner of India, K.J. Srinivasa, and the Honorary Consul of India to St Kitts and Nevis Ramesh Mulkanoor. The officials of both nations had a fruitful meeting and had discussions upon the key strategies to boost bilateral ties between two countries.

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Jamaica-Spain signs a memo of understanding on rebuilding tourism sector

Jamaican Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett and their Spanish counterpart have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) as the Caribbean tourist destination rebuilds its hospitality sector.

Global leaders of Brazil, Guyana and Suriname postpones the meeting on joint energy corridor

The global leaders of Brazil, Guyana and Suriname have deferred the plan of building up a regional energy corridor as Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro left the conference early.

Haiti needs an immediate action to reestablish security situation: PM Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked for immediate action to settle the security situation in Haiti as several senior officials from Canada, the US, France and other nations green flagged to increase help for the Caribbean nation's troubled police force.

Foreign Minister Mark Brantley calls youngsters to apply for scholarship in Taiwan, Serbia and Turkey

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of St Kitts and Nevis, Mark Brantley, calls upon the nation's youth citizens to use the international scholarships that the island's authorities retain utilizing the nation's diplomatic relations.

PM Narendra Modi extends greetings to PM Mottley on her massive success

Barbados has conducted its first general elections held for the first time since Barbados became a republic. Mia Mottley scored a clean sweep by winning all thirty constituencies by the Barbados Labour Party (BLP).
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