Dr. Warren Smith, the new president of the region's premier lending financial institution, warns of insecurities engulfing Caribbean economies.
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia: Far fewer people died or were left homeless by last year's devastating earthquake than claimed by Haitian leaders, a report commissioned by the US government has concluded.
Daily Mail, UK: The astonishing fall-out from the Caribbean bribesfest that has sent FIFA into turmoil includes allegations CONCACAF ringmaster Jack Warner benefited through his family travel agency's involvement.
Observer, Jamaica: Hip-hop singer Sean Kingston remained hospitalized today after crashing his watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge.
Observer, Antigua: Political Scientist Peter Wickham has advised Antigua & Barbuda and its neighbours to take lessons from the controversy involving Trinidad and Tobago’s Works and Transport Minister Jack Warner.
Express, Trinidad: Local health advocates are urging the international community to integrate the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) treaty into the global development process to accelerate and strengthen its implementation against smoking and cigarette smoke.
Telegraph, UK: The world's longest-running embargo has endured in part because there was little the US wanted to buy from its impoverished neighbour.
Bernews, Bermuda: Everything from gargantuan sea monsters [pictured] to Unidentified Flying Objects have been blamed for the disappearance of vessels and aircraft in the so-called Bermuda Triangle and the neighbouring Sargasso Sea.
Guardian, Trinidad: May 31 is declared as World No Tobacco Day with the theme The World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.
Winston Dookeran will not be offering himself as a candidate in the party's July leadership race.
The United Nations and its partners are responding to rising cholera cases in Haiti's Ouest province in an attempt to contain it.
The country's Ambassador to the UN gets endorsement from other regional countries to head the Executive Board.
Tourism Miniser Edmund Bartlett says the higher tourist head tax will allow the country to improve marketing.
The effort comes as the low-cost carrier continues to face problems beginning services to Jamaica and Trinidad.