Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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30 deported to Haiti, but ex-strongman remains in US

Thirty people were deported to Haiti on Tuesday, but a former paramilitary leader accused of murder and torture was not among them...

U.S Secretary of State urges Gov’t to ‘respect the wishes of Guyanese voters’

An appeal has been made to the Government of Guyana, to respect the wishes of voters, as expressed on the March 2nd...

Four deaths as Haiti crosses 1,000 mark in COVID-19 cases

Four people died and 105 new cases were reported as Haiti became the first Caribbean Community (Caricom) country to register more than...

LIAT could resume passenger services within weeks, says Antigua PM

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne said regional airline LIAT could return to the Caribbean skies soon to once again ferry...

Royal Caribbean loses US$1.4 billion in first quarter

Royal Caribbean lost US$1.4 billion in the first quarter after the novel coronavirus forced its entire fleet to port.

Bahamas looking at allowing commercial flights from July 1

The Bahamas government says it is looking at the possibility of allowing commercial travel into the archipelago on or before July 1,...

CXC exams going ahead in July

The Caribbean Examinations Council’s (CXC) CSEC, CAPE and CCSLC examinations will go ahead in July as scheduled. Registrar of...

LIAT extends suspension of passenger services

ST. JOHN’S ANTIGUA, May 14, 2020 – LIAT advised that it is extending the suspension of its passenger services to May 31st,...

Jamaica’s Governor General Rallies Jamaicans to Back COVID-19 Fight

Jamaica’s Governor General Sir Patrick Allen has called for his compatriots to throw support behind the Government’s efforts to combat the global...

Antiguan Government revenues will not meet April salary expenses

The government of Antigua and Barbuda having not yet secured any significant grant or loan, and in the absence of sufficient tax...

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