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Antigua-Barbuda to revive online gaming dispute negotiations with US

Antigua-Barbuda to revive online gaming dispute negotiations with US

ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- In a national broadcast on Monday night, the prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, announced that negotiations will be recommenced as soon as possible with relevant US agencies in an attempt to resolve the dispute...

New UK minister commits to championing British Overseas Territories interests

Cayman Islands

New UK minister commits to championing British Overseas Territories interests GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) -- The new UK minister for British Overseas Territories (BOTs), Baroness Anelay, has said she plans to champion the interests of the BOTs in Whitehall in the face of the uncertainties presented by the referendum result last month for the UK to exit the...

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CDB unveils new programme to assess poverty in the Caribbean

OECS

CDB unveils new programme to assess poverty in the Caribbean CASTRIES, St Lucia -- Across the Caribbean, policymakers rely heavily on the availability of timely, accurate and reliable poverty data to support national and regional development initiatives. Despite making considerable progress on how they measure poverty, many countries in...

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USVI reports nine new zika cases

US Virgin Islands

USVI reports nine new zika cases ST THOMAS, USVI -- The US Virgin Islands (USVI) Department of Health (DOH) has reported nine new cases of zika in the territory. According to the weekly surveillance report, the total number of confirmed positive cases in the territory is now 65 -- 19 cases on St Croix, 45 cases on St Thomas, and...

Senior government officials call for greater autonomy and gender equality across the Caribbean

ECLAC

Senior government officials call for greater autonomy and gender equality across the Caribbean PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- High-level government officials and senior international gender experts are calling for more to be done to ensure the economic and social autonomy of Caribbean women. Within the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the opportunities...

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Colombian narcotics kingpin sentenced to 35 years in US prison for massive cocaine conspiracy

Colombia

Colombian narcotics kingpin sentenced to 35 years in US prison for massive cocaine conspiracy NEW YORK, USA -- Daniel Barrera Barrera, also known as “Loco Barrera”, a citizen of Colombia, was sentenced on Monday in Manhattan federal court to 35 years in prison and ordered to forfeit $10 million by US District Judge Gregory Woods for his role in conspiring to distribute...

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United Airlines expands service to St Kitts

Travel

United Airlines expands service to St Kitts BASSETERRE, St Kitts -- United Airlines plans to expand its Saturday service between the airline's New York/Newark gateway airport, Liberty International Airport (EWR) and St Kitts (SKB). United will recommence service on November 19, 2016, and will fly throughout the winter, summer...

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Let's Talk Business: When companies care about their employees' mental health

Business

Let's Talk Business: When companies care about their employees' mental health The modern day worker is at it so many hours a day that it becomes utterly difficult to separate their personal affairs from their job. Company employees make great personal friends and before long it is impossible to prevent personal issues from affecting the work environment.

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Commentary: Hate or hurt?

Opinion

Commentary: Hate or hurt? Through the annals of time, Hate and Hurt, two four-lettered “cause and effect” reactions, like an evil Siamese twin, have interchangeably released their punishment on the human family. And by my reckoning, their sting shall not abate till the establishment of a nobler society.

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Commentary: How Donald Trump has to neutralize the Tim Kaine effect

Opinion

Commentary: How Donald Trump has to neutralize the Tim Kaine effect It was Friday, July 22, 2016, at 7:32 pm when the Democrat US Senator from Virginia, Tim Kaine, was called by Hillary Clinton, who graciously announced him that he was her vice-presidential pick for the November general elections. Starting from this moment, Donald Trump needs to...

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Commentary: The normalization of US-Cuba relations and immigration reform

Opinion

Commentary: The normalization of US-Cuba relations and immigration reform On June 8, United States Coast Guard official Charles David Jr. repatriated 34 Cuban immigrants back to Cuba. This incident recapitulates the recent increase in Cuban immigration to the United States. At the root of this increase lie President Obama’s recent attempts to normalize...

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Letter: Get real - reparations will never happen

Letters

Letter: Get real - reparations will never happen I saw a funny news item on local television recently. The new government of Jamaica has reconstituted the cause for reparations in a new reparations council. During her presentation in parliament, the culture minister stated that this new council demonstrates the seriousness of the government...

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Letter: Is Ralph using a messenger and the internet to threaten people?

Letters

Letter: Is Ralph using a messenger and the internet to threaten people? “GT” is a pseudonym. Aye, but for whom? What is the purpose of the Cybercrime Bill? The purpose of the Cybercrime Bill is to stifle unfavourable opinion of Ralph and the government. There is no loftier intention involved. If there were, scum like the cowardly nom de plume, hiding behind “GT”...

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Controversial Cayman Islander joins executive of regional football union

Sports

Controversial Cayman Islander joins executive of regional football union GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) -- The vice president of the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA), Bruce Blake, has secured a seat on the executive committee of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) after elections in Miami this weekend. Blake, who has yet to explain fully...

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