The Congress of the People, which is part of Trinidad and Tobago's coalition government, calls on Austin 'Jack' Warner to quit his ministerial post pending a FIFA probe.
GoJamaica, Jamaica: Prime Minister Bruce Golding has responded to several diplomatic cables accessed by Wikileaks and published by The Gleaner.
Observer, Jamaica: Regional football supremo Jack Warner reacted bitterly to his temporary suspension from activity connected with the game, vowing to offer a vigourous defence of himself and Caribbean officials.
Kaieteur News, Guyana: Fifty-four people have now been murdered between January and May 29. The victims include 13 women, three of whom were slain by their male partners within seven days.
Express, Trinidad: As was always possible, the byzantine power politics of FIFA have come home at full blast to Trinidad and Tobago, which is home to its vice president Jack Warner, a high-ranking Cabinet Minister who has even acted as Prime Minister on occasion.
Nation News, Barbados: Enigmatic West Indies opener Chris Gayle has been left out of the squad announced yesterday for the first two One-Day Internationals against India.
BusinessWeek, USA: Jamaica's tourism minister says a recent $10 increase in the head tax paid by incoming airline passengers will result in stronger marketing campaigns to draw visitors from emerging markets.
Miami Herald, USA: Haitians living in squalid camps on public land are being evicted ahead of the upcoming hurricane season and more than a week into the new president’s term.
AP, Cuba: Cuban President Raul Castro is set to join elder sibling Fidel in the ranks of octogenarians this week, even as he spearheads efforts to rejuvenate the Communist-run island's tired economy.
Statesman, USA: Getting to the Dinghy Dock bar and restaurant at Captain Oliver's Marina is an international experience. Walk down the dock from one side, and you'll cross from the Dutch part of the island to the French part of the island. No passport required.
It seems that Austin ‘Jack’ Warner will hold on to his position as Minister of Transport and Works despite the Prime Minister’s concerns about bribery allegations that have resulted in him being suspended from FIFA.
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Express, Trinidad: The two other people named to face a FIFA tribunal in Zurich, Switzerland on Sunday are both from Trinidad and Tobago and work for Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president and FIFA vice-president Jack Warner.
Gleaner, Jamaica: A ranking member of the Opposition People's National Party (PNP) has attracted the attention of three of Jamaica's major international partners who suspect that he might be involved in illegal or corrupt activities.