US Secretary of State says American has no intention of suspending aid from earthquake-ravaged Haiti, amid reports that it’s being considered because the country has not taken on the recommendations of an OAS expert mission.
A dissident group in Cuba described the human rights situation in the country as "very unfavourable".
The Barbados Entrepreneurial Foundation has set off on its Mission: "Barbados – the #1 Entrepreneurial Hub in the World by 2020".
AFP, Haiti: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit Haiti Sunday to consult with Haitian President Rene Preval and others about the disputed election, a cholera epidemic and post-quake reconstruction.
Vibes, St. Kitts/Nevis: A four-member delegation will represent Montserrat at the upcoming Regional Civil Society Consultation set for 10-11 February 2011 in Trinidad & Tobago.
Express, Trinidad: Minister of National Security, Brigadier John Sandy last night became the second Government Minister to apologise for telling the Parliament and the country that former Strategic Services Agency (SSA) director Reshmi Ramnarine was a graduate of the University of the West Indies, when she was not.
Newsday, Trinidad: Grenada Prime Minister Tillman Thomas was "patted down" by two employees of American Airlines (AA) at Maurice Bishop International Airport, Grenada, just before embarking on an official overseas trip last month, sources told Newsday yesterday.
Observer, Jamaica: Two days after the man police described as the brain behind one of the country's most notorious gangs was captured, Nicholas 'Fire Key' Nesbeth was set free yesterday in a big foul-up that has left the constabulary's top brass stunned and embarrassed.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Six men accused by the police of having components of ammunition and explosives in their possession without lawful authority at Camp Groomes appeared today before acting Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.
The digital revolution is turning people into producers, as well as consumers, of media content.
Compass, Cayman Islands: Officials at Caribbean Utilities Company have confirmed there was an explosion at the company's George Town headquarters Friday around 12.30pm.
Nation News, Barbados: The Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) has recognised former Prime Minister Owen Arthur for his sterling contribution towards the labour movement in the region.
A just released report says Haiti has the potential to grow up to eight percent over the next 10 years with the right mix of investment and policies.
The acting Secretary General expresses solidarity with Russia following Tuesday’s deadly attack.