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PM Keith Rowley conveys sympathies to Venezuelan community over loss of young child at sea

I conveyed our deepest sympathy to the family and wider Venezuelan community at this time of grief over the loss of life of the young child, at sea

Barbados revises petroleum prices: Gasoline $3.99, Diesel $3.29, Kerosene $1.58

Beginning at midnight on Sunday, February 6, the people of Barbados will pay less for petroleum items.

UK golden visa tumbling because of lax in due diligence

The UK Investor Visa programme is now on the verge of rebuilding because of its lack of background checks on applicants.

Dominica: Visits to boiling lake should be avoided, says ODM

Significant water level variations at Boiling Lake aren't a new occurrence; they've happened multiple times since 1876.

PM Browne announces amnesty period from March 1 to April 30

PM Gaston Browne says his administration will offer amnesty to individuals living in the country whose status is not regularised.

St Kitts and Nevis offers fastest, secure Citizenship by Investment Programme: Reports

The Citizenship by Investment industry is growing every day. Many small, as well as big nations, are now starting CBI Programmes in order to generate more foreign direct investments (FDI).

What makes Citizenship by Investment Programme of Dominica world’s best?

The Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) bolsters the economic growth of many countries. Commonly known as economic citizenship, CBI Programmes allows people to obtain second Citizenship in return for significant monetary investment.

Have you ever wonder why Iceland is green and Greenland is icy?

One could quickly feel wonder how things get their names. Some of the names make a lot of sense, whereas some make less sense. Such is an example of Iceland and Greenland. It is also surprising for one to know about the fact that Iceland is quite green, whereas Greenland is quite icy.

Royal Caribbean halts two Singapore cruises following COVID-19 outbreak on the ship

Royal Caribbean International has planned to halt the two cruises out of Singapore following the traces of COVID-19 were found on the ship among some of its crew members.

Polar bear: The crazy science behind this carnivorous animal

Most people around the globe are fond of cute, fluffy things, and the same lies with their choice of animals. The big-burly white bears of the northern region-Polar bear almost top the list. Not just being burly, it also plays a significant role in Arctic people's cultures and economies.

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