Preliminary results show the SLP won the majority of the 17 parliamentary seats in Monday’s general election.
MSNBC, USA: A pair of early-morning earthquakes have shaken Puerto Rico and parts of the Caribbean.
Guardian, Trinidad: Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday that the assassination plot against her and three cabinet ministers might have been “personal in some respect,” but it was aimed at totally destabilising T&T.
Nation News, Barbados: A British granny has accused Barbadian authorities of ill-treatment after being raped on the island.
Observer, Jamaica: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the present terms of the stand-by agreement with the Jamaican Government is not up for renegotiation.
Observer, Antigua: Government ministers were noticeably absent when low-cost carrier REDjet’s inaugural flight landed at the VC Bird International Airport on Saturday.
Washington Post, USA: President Michel Martelly of Haiti has renewed his campaign promise to restore the nation’s army, which was abolished for good reasons 16 years ago. He’s set a Jan. 1 deadline for a commission to produce a blueprint for reestablishing a military force.
Reuters, Cuba: Cuba's growing number of self-employed may get bank loans starting next month as the government tries to inject capital into efforts to reform the island's communist economy, according to a decree published on Thursday.
Closer integration of French Caribbean Departments with non-French speaking countries and territories in the region is the focus of a three-day conference that will be held here this week.
Director of the Board of Tourism Simon Steill said the roadmap draws on the actions of some countries, while at the same time protecting Grenada’s national heritage.
The Civil Service Association said members have voted to resume strike action over working conditions and the state of the affairs in the country.
More than a dozen Canadian organizations have written to the Haitian president demanding that the former dictator be tried for human rights abuses.
Haitian-born hip hop star Wyclef Jean says he stands by the decisions made by Yele Haiti in the wake of claims that the charity fraudulently used millions of dollars raised for victims of the 2010 earthquake.
Bharrat Jagdeo stepped down as President over the weekend saying peaceful elections would show the strength and maturity of democracy in Guyana.