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Prince Philip’s funeral: No state funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions

Prince Philip will be laid to rest today with a custom looking somewhat different to previous royal funerals — a resolution down to Philip's...

COVID-19 deaths in Europe crossed the massive 1 million mark

Europe's coronavirus deaths on Monday crossed the massive one-million mark as the World Health Organization recommended that the pandemic had arrived at a "critical...

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip dies at 99

The Duke of Edinburgh was constantly on the side of the Queen and for decades an integral and beloved member of the royal family.

British High Commission in St Lucia donates PPE to Customs and Police

The British High commisoner in St Lucia donated a set of PPE to the Customs and Excise Department and the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) to combat deadly coronavirus. 

Mark Brantley participates in 10th UK-Caribbean Forum

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation of St Kitts and Nevis & Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley, met his Caribbean ministerial colleagues on 18th March 2021 to participate online in the 10th UK-Caribbean Forum. 

UK PM Johnson visit to India by next month

The United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated that he is going to visit India the following month to “strengthen our friendship with World’s Biggest Democracy.” 

Germany, Italy, France & Spain prohibits use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Germany temporarily halted the use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine as a precaution, soon after which Italy, France, and Spain took a similar decision. At the same time, the WHO has declared the vaccine safe.

India to take up UK racism concerns when required: MEA Jaishankar

India has retaliated after the debate in the British Parliament on the peasant movement taking place in India. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Monday raised the issue of increasing racism in Britain in the Rajya Sabha.

The UK, EU to drop Vanuatu from visa-free heaven, poor due diligence to be blamed

Money can make anything easy in this contemporary world, even if anyone is limited to travel to other countries due to their current citizenship status.

Religious groups serve admirably during pandemic: Slough MP Dhesi

Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, UK Labour Member of Parliament for Slough, made his parliament remarks that Churches, mosques, Hindu mandirs, Sikh gurdwaras, and other faith groups have served admirably during the pandemic.

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Money is there, now vaccines will come to Venezuela: Maduro

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that the government had made a second payment to the World Health Organization (WHO) COVAX initiative to gain access to about 11 million coronavirus vaccines.

“The valley of Dry Bones,” writes DLP

Watching that video of the Prime Minister of Barbados destroying the image and waving the magic flag to solve our water problems, one could only remind Barbadians of the BLP "Covenant Of Hope".

Trinidad and Tobago sends cleaning supplies to Barbados to clear ashfall

Barbados is experiencing a heavy ashfall due to the massive volcanic eruption at La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Over third of target population inoculated in St Kitts and Nevis, says PM Harris

Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, during a vaccination session at Sylvia Garnette Health Centre in Tabernacle said that more than a third portion of the target population has been vaccinated against COVID-19.

St Vincent: Another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano, total 30 explosions so far

At around 4:49 PM there was another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano in St Vincent and the Grendines which totalled 30 explosions so far