CTO chairman Beverly Nicholson-Doty reported tourism was "the first or second source of export earnings in 20 of the world's least developed countries but in many of our Caribbean states visitor earnings can account for more than 25% of GDP."
The Grenadian athlete successfully chased down another outstanding quarter-miler’s achievement – the meet record of 44.70 set by Cuban Alberto Juantorena in 1976.
Prime Minister Stuart outlined a number of economic realities confronting the island, adding real economic growth had in fact “continued to be at worst elusive and at best anaemic”.
In its petition, the Committee requests that The Netherlands acknowledges the suffering of people who were enslaved here.
The police said the six men and three women are being questioned in the presence of their lawyers, and that formal charges will be laid at a later date.
Maduro is among two other special guests invited by Caribbean leaders to attend the four-day summit.
The R&B singer could be sentenced to up to four years in prison if found guilty of breaking probation.
The Dominican Republic has copped the title as the most dangerous country in the world to get behind the wheel, with Venezuela not far behind.
US Secretary of State John F. Kerry said in a statement that closing the prison “will not be easy.
The conviction follows an intense and often brutally graphic trial, during which Tiffany's father and stepmother denied responsibility for savagely beating the girl to death.
Dr Kenny Anthony outlined changes to be implemented in the education system and called for more accountability from the learning institutions.
The prosecution now has the option of refiling the charges against the Jamaican entertainer who was jailed on drug related charges in 2011.
“Junior Gong” will be joined by other leading international and Jamaican acts on a five-night musical voyage from Miami to Montego Bay.
The fourth edition of the Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival will take place in the World Trade Center, Piscadera Bay, in August.