Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness yesterday pledged Jamaica's assistance to Caribbean nations impacted by major hurricanes in recent weeks as Hurricane Maria headed towards the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, with the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) warning of a “potentially catastrophic” impact after the…Continue
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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thursday August 24, 2017 – Film…Continue
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There is no limit to the variety of food you can enjoy in this world. Each and every region has its unique cuisine that has different taste. You can always have new experiences as there are always new things to try. The trends of food also keep on changing and the food lovers can always find fresh inspirational sources and try new things.
The Caribbean cuisine is an extremely popular cuisine. If you enjoy this delicious cuisine then you should be…
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Thursday February 9, 2017 – Offering privacy, flexibility and convenience, vacation villas are increasingly in demand worldwide, particularly with well-heeled guests looking to escape the public eye without sacrificing the luxury and style they expect.
CNN’s Joe Minihane…Continue
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Barbados may be looking outside its shores for assistance in dealing with the severe water shortage affecting the country.…Continue
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Tropical Storm Matthew has formed just east of the Caribbean, about 35 miles southeast of St. Lucia, and the National Hurricane Center predicts the storm could become a hurricane by Friday.…Continue
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White sand beaches fringed by lofty palm trees - it is the image of a tropical paradise that has lured holidaymakers to the Caribbean for decades.
But in tourism-dependent Antigua, a deadly disease has wiped out almost half of the island's majestic coconut palms…Continue
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The United States Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker has arrived in Cuba for two days of talks focusing on the US embargo on the communist-run island.
Ms Pritzker will discuss recent measures approved by the US to mitigate the impact of the…Continue
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Forget late-night fun at the MacDonalds drive-through back home. This is the funniest drive-through experience I’ve ever had and it quite possibly makes it onto my list of top 10 funniest experiences in…Continue
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WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) – In ensuring that hospitals can continue functioning during disasters and to reducing their environmental footprint, the Pan…Continue
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Mr Warner is under indictment in the US for an alleged bribery scheme relating to other football media rights in the Americas
Swiss prosecutors will…Continue
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This Sept. 10, 2015 photo shows religious icons, including an Afro-Cuban warrior spirit, left, the Virgin Mary, top center, and a Buddha on an altar at the home of Yoruba followers Dagoberto Molina and his wife Elvira Abad in Havana, Cuba. The blue fish at right is…Continue
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HAVANA, Cuba, Friday September 11, 2015, IPS – Young people in Cuba are anxiously awaiting an acceleration of the informatisation of society, which is apparently moving ahead at the same pace as the current reform process, “without haste, but without pause,” according to the…Continue
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The People’s National Movement’s fourth leader, Dr Keith Rowley, now Prime Minister-elect, will be T&T’s second Tobago-born Prime Minister following yesterday’s 2015 general election victory.
Rowley follows Tobago-born late Prime Minister Arthur NR Robinson into history in this…Continue
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A couple of youths cycle past the U.S yacht Still Waters, moored at the Hemingway Marina in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015. “The elimination of restrictions on nautical tourism by the U.S. government appears as if it will…Continue
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