Observer, Jamaica: A 27-year-old Jamaican woman who alleges that she was brutally raped and sexually assaulted by two policemen, aided and abetted by a female officer – all of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) – has identified one of her alleged attackers, credible sources say.
Stabroek News, Guyana: An operation by the Police in the E and F Division Linden, A Division and the Joint Services yesterday revealed a 10-acre cannabis operation. Four persons were held and are expected to be charged.
The Australian, Haiti: Haiti's President-elect donned a conservative grey suit yesterday for his first news conference since his upset victory, as Haitians wondered how a pop star with a bad-boy past would resolve their crises.
AFP, Cuba: Cuba on Tuesday announced plans to drill five deepwater oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico beginning this summer, expressing confidence that its efforts will be rewarded with major new energy finds.
Fox News Latino, Dominican Republic: Health officials in the Dominican Republic are kicking off a public awareness campaign after a recent uptick of malaria deaths.
Newsday, Trinidad: Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday secured a pledge of US$15,000 in support from the Organisation of American States (OAS) for a regional women leaders conference to be held in TT in June.
Nation News, Barbados: Bajans and other Caribbean teachers who left home a decade ago with dreams of making it big in New York City classrooms are facing a nightmare, a possible loss of their jobs and deportation.
Compass, Cayman Islands: Cayman Airways will have to conduct inspections on two of its four Boeing 737-300s after a torn fuselage on a similar Southwest Airlines craft grounded 175 planes worldwide.
CNN, Haiti: It was just before Christmas when Michel Martelly mulled over events in his troubled land and concluded that everything had been done to ensure loss for him at the polls.
Compass, Cayman Islands: BP Plc doesn't have an agreement with the U.S. to resume drilling in deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said.
Nation News, Barbados: By mid-year Neal & Massy will reveal what it has planned for its struggling Almond Resorts investment which reported staggering losses of $20 million last year.
CityTV, Toronto: Thirty-three kilograms of cocaine were found in a little girl's suitcase as she travelled with her parents and sister from Puerto Plata to Toronto.
Observer, Jamaica: Deputy Commissioner of Police, Jevene Bent, and security minister Dwight Nelson, yesterday urged members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force to cut their speeding and take greater care of JCF motor vehicles.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Five persons accused of robbing employees at the Guyana Stockfeeds Limited were remanded to prison when they appeared at the Providence Magistrates’ Court yesterday, while an arrest warrant was issued for an alleged accomplice.