Xinhua, China: The Venezuelan government on Wednesday announced it has suspended the third Latin American and Caribbean Summit (CALC) which had been scheduled for July 5-6 on the Venezuelan island of Margarita.
Times Live, USA: A daiquiri at the Floridita, a mojito at the Bodeguita del Medio and an afternoon at Finca Vigia is the obligatory ritual for enthusiasts arriving in Cuba to honour the 50th anniversary of American writer Ernest Hemingway's death.
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders, including the new Haitian President Michel Martelly, will gather Friday for their annual summit.
Caribbean journalists meeting here last weekend celebrated the news that not a single colleague was killed during the first six months of this year.
The government is trying to get more from the industry than just sugar.
The new Chinese Ambassador to Jamaica is to assist in establishing the air link between the two countries.
The US State Department has named executive director of the country’s Gender Affairs Directorate a hero for her efforts, even as the government is told it needs to do more.
The Government is trying to decide whether to join some of its Eastern Caribbean neighbours in offering Antiguan citizenship to those who can afford it.
But the Caribbean is not under threat.
The Minister of Justice and Attorney General is the biggest casualty.
Just days after LIAT unions and management reached agreement on one set of disputed issues, there’s more industrial unrest as ground staff go on strike and the airline says pay this month will be late.
Guardian, Trinidad: Unfazed by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's decision to split his ministerial portfolio, Works Minister Jack Warner has vowed to work even harder and retain his title as the most popular minister.
BBC, UK: A survey for a Jamaican newspaper suggests most islanders believe the country would have been better off if it had remained a British colony.
Observer, Jamaica: Finance Minister Audley Shaw has accused Oppostion Leader Portia Simpson Miller of being "totally irresponsible and perhaps even malicious".