The United Nations says its trained law enforcement units have logged record high cocaine seizures at seaports in Latin American and the Caribbean.
The Dutch government Thursday unveiled a 2.48-million-euro (US$3-million) plan to compensate tourism businesses on two Caribbean islands, left reeling after last year’s hurricane.
The region is observing Caribbean Tourism Month in November amid the “significant” economic impact caused by the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria through the Lesser Antilles last month.
Hurricane Maria passed north of Barbados, bringing tropical storm conditions including steady downpours that triggered a flood warning for the island.
Forecasters are predicting a tropical depression that formed over the Atlantic last night will become a tropical storm later today, and while current projections show that system, as well as a tropical wave in the area with development potential heading generally toward the Caribbean, it’s still too early to see where either will impact.
Hurricane Irma has already caused severe damage and loss of life as it rips through the Caribbean – but worse things could follow
Though religious freedom is generally upheld in most, if not all, Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries, the United States has called out some nations for what it describes as religious intolerance.
As Tobago’s tourism industry struggles to repel the sargassum invasions that have smothered its beaches with massive layers of seaweed
The Government of Taiwan yesterday announced visa-free entry for nationals of its diplomatic allies in the Caribbean with immediate effect.
SpaceX on Wednesday deployed a broadband communications satellite for IntelSat, after twice ditching launch plans in the final seconds before liftoff earlier this week.