Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell of Grenada has sued a local radio station over a bribery allegation but local journalists see it as intimidation and an effort to stifle debate on a matter of public importance.
A leading Caribbean conservationist wants local communities to become involved in the efforts to achieve sustainable development in the region.
Fidel Castro is recovery well from intestinal surgery. How is that known? Well, he said so – himself – live on Venezuelan radio yesterday in a programme hosted by his close friend President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.
Smoke from the tail of the “new” Caribbean Airlines Limited caused a brief scare Monday on a flight enroute to Trinidad from Jamaica.
Former Florida International University staffers, Carlos & Elsa Alvarez, were yesterday sentenced to five-years in jail for conspiring to act as an unregistered Cuban agent.
Two earthquakes shook three Caribbean islands just hours apart yesterday morning but there were no reports of injuries or damage.
The issue over the withdrawal of government advertisements from a private newspaper became a lawsuit yesterday with Permanent Secretary of the Office of the President, Dr Nanda Kishore Gopaul, filing a writ against the Stabroek News.
The governments of the United States and CARICOM are jointly hosting a Caribbean 20/20 Conference in the American capital in June at which at CARICOM Heads of Government are expected to attend.
Former Minister of Immigration Shane Gibson has reportedly retained a high-priced Florida-based attorney with a fearsome track record with one of the highest jury claims in history to sue an international media house in an effort to clear his name in the Anna Nicole Smith controversy over which he resigned last week.
House and Senate members in the state of Virginia have unanimously approved a resolution on Saturday officially declaring their “profound regret” for slavery.
Officials of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti have vowed to continue to pursue gangs that are bent on increasing violence in the country. The announcement comes as United Nations peacekeepers announced the total arrest of 59 suspected gangsters since they launched a crack-down on armed gangs.
An anti-gay Jamaican website has raised the ire of gay activists and reportedly forced search engine Google and TVJ, in Jamaica, to write letters of complaint to it.
Former member of the Haitian Military’s High Command, Colonel Carl Dorélien, has been ordered in absentia to pay a total of $4.3 million to torture victims Lexiuste Cajuste, Marie Jeanne Jean and her two young children.
The spotlight will be on the Bahamas Supreme Court today as the legal battle over who gets custody of Anna Nicole Smith’s five-month-old baby opens at a hearing here.