Scientific Blogging, United States: Some 3,300 years ago a tsunami must have hit the the island of Bonaire in the Caribbean, though no historical records of tsunamis exist.
Nation News, Barbados: Police officers Donovan Price and Anthony Straker ended up on the wrong side of the law yesterday evening, standing in the dock of the District “A”Magistrates’ Court accused of committing sexual offences against female tourists.
Guardian, Trinidad: A murder-suicide yesterday rocked the fishing village of Buccoo, as Tobago recorded its sixth murder for the year.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Saying Guyana is “under threat” as a result of the opposition’s parliamentary control, the Donald Ramotar administration has appealed to regional and international bodies for support.
Observer, Jamaica: Police have launched a man hunt for armed robbers who made off with 20 gold bars valued at $50 million.
AFP, Haiti: The United Nations launched a $2.2 billion appeal for a campaign to halt a cholerapidemic in Haiti, widely blamed on UN peacekeepers, which has killed more than 7,750 people.
Miami Herald, United States: The bank was assess the fines to settle charges of allowing money laundering and sanctions violations.
Observer, Jamaica: Barbados lawyers representing their Government in the Shanique Myrie case have told Jamaican ministers to shut up and let the court decide.
Nation News, Barbados: The Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA) is banking on its biggest superstar partner.
Express, Trinidad: Finance Minister Larry Howai yesterday piloted the Securities Bill 2012 to prevent this country from facing sanctions from another international financial organisation.
Independent, UK: Two British women raped on Barbados have begun an extraordinary campaign to help clear the man accused of the attacks. They tell Terri Judd of their search for justice on the Caribbean island.
CTV, Canada: Sydney Gregory has never met her father, an Olympic silver medalist in fencing who defected from the Cuban team at a tournament in Lisbon in 2002 when she was 15 days old. But he recently rang from Italy with good news: Papa's coming home to visit.
Tribune, Bahamas: Most Caribbean countries cannot sustain their existing size of government, a regional economist telling Tribune Business they needed to look at facilitating greater investment across the region.
Chicago Tribune, USA: The International Court of Justice said on Monday that a cluster of disputed islets in the western Caribbean belonged to Colombia and not to Nicaragua.