Hurricane Katia expected to become a major hurricane by the weekend according to the latest National Hurricane Centre (NHC) report.
Tropical Storm Katia strengthens in the Atlantic and is expected to become a category one hurricane later today, the National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said.
News One, UK: A knife attack on a 20-year-old man was captured on camera by a photographer at the Notting Hill Carnival in London Tuesday.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Dr. Roger Luncheon yesterday testified that a visiting UN expert on minorities produced an "inaccurate" report on Guyana, focusing more on Afro-Guyanese rather than the Amerindians, who he said have a bigger claim as a minority.
Guardian, Trinidad: Chairman Emeritus of ANSA McAL Group of Companies, Dr Anthony Norman Sabga, is one of the four outstanding citizens who will be receiving the prestigious Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago today.
Gleaner, Jamaica: Finance minister hikes Budget by $2b despite prepping nation for sharp cut.
Miami Herald, USA: The Ladies in White want the church to intercede on behalf of dissidents in eastern Cuba, who have been harassed by government-organized mobs.
Nation News, Barbados: The Judicial Manager of CLICO International Life Insurance Ltd may be challenged in valuing and recovering that company’s assets as some supporting documentation is missing.
Observer, Antigua: More details have emerged about LIAT’s plan to stem its losses – estimated at $21.5 million – including reducing staff by 200 and possible court action against a competing airline.
Washington Post, USA: A judge in Aruba is deciding whether there’s enough evidence to keep a U.S. businessman jailed in the presumed death of his travel companion.
Five are among the top 10 countries of the future.
The Caribbean island believes the two can share knowledge and expertise in sports and culture particularly in the areas of athlete development, coaching and use of technology.
The Jamaica government has refused Digicel’s request to integrate the two networks.
The victory for Kirani James has been described as a "momentous occasion" for Grenada.