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Stocks Falter as US Health Care Squabble Worries Investors
In New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for the eight consecutive day on Monday.  Investors may have been discouraged by the failure of U.S. President Donald Trump to pass big changes to the health care insurance system that he promised during the campaign. U.S. stock indexes were down sharply in morning trading, but by Monday's close, the S&P 500 was off just one-tenth of a percent, with the Dow down two-tenths.  The NASDAQ posted a slight gain. U.S. and...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 17:30:51 -0400

Will Trump Administration Increase Drone Strikes in Pakistan?
On March 2, a suspected U.S. drone strike inside Pakistan killed two Taliban militants in the country's tribal region — the first drone attack in the country since Donald Trump became president. The strike ended a nine-month pause in the CIA's long-running drone war in Pakistan, raising expectations that the Trump administration will increase the targeted killings of militants in the Pakistani tribal areas. But with the administration focused on defeating the Islamic State group...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 17:05:36 -0400

'Fearless Girl' Statue Opposite Bull Stays Through February
The globally popular statue of a young girl will keep staring down Wall Street's famed "Charging Bull" through February 2018 instead of being removed this coming Sunday, the mayor said. She's "standing up to fear, standing up to power, being able to find in yourself the strength to do what's right," said Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio, who appeared with the "Fearless Girl" statue Monday on the lower Manhattan traffic island where the two bronze...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 16:41:06 -0400

Senate Panel Delays Action on Gorsuch as Democratic Opposition Grows
The Senate Judiciary Committee delayed action on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, as Democrats continued to fume over Republicans' refusal to consider former President Barack Obama's pick for the same vacancy, created by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia more than a year ago. Democrats exercised their right Monday to put off committee debate and a vote on Gorsuch for one week as partisan divides deepened on the appellate judge and the...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 16:00:04 -0400

Will Trump's Cabinet Follow Tillerson's Lead in Media Access?
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has famously declared himself "not a big media press access person," isn't alone in President Donald Trump's Cabinet. But it's too early to call him a trendsetter, either. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Transportation Secretary Elaine Cho, both with extensive private sector backgrounds, have similarly been press-averse at the beginning of their tenures. Others seem to be following the leads of predecessors. In some cases,...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 13:26:49 -0400

Matthew, Otto Being Retired as Atlantic Tropical Storm Names
The names Matthew and Otto have been retired for Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes following the deadly 2016 season. According to a statement Monday from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the World Meteorological Organization will use Martin and Owen for future Atlantic storms. The new names might first be used in 2022. Names get retired when a storm is so deadly or destructive that future use of its name would be insensitive. Hurricane Matthew caused 585...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 12:43:21 -0400

House Intel Chairman Met Source on White House Grounds
The chairman of the U.S. House intelligence committee, David Nunes, met a source on White House grounds before making his disclosure last week that President Donald Trump was caught up in "incidental" surveillance, according to his spokesman. Nunes' spokesman Jack Langer told reporters Monday that "Nunes met with his source at the White House grounds in order to have proximity to a secure location where he could view the information provided by the...

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 12:36:09 -0400
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Belize to improve national rainfall monitoring and assessment
BELIZE CITY, Belize -- CCRIF SPC (formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility) and the government of Belize have signed an agreement for CCRIF to provide US$100,000 to the government to purchase 40-50 automatic weather stations that will provide the Meteorological...


Caribbean leaders urged to embrace ICT
ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- In keeping with the theme of ICT Week and Symposium Antigua and Barbuda; ICT – Driving 21st Century Intelligent Services, Melford Nicholas, minister of information, broadcasting, telecommunications and information technology stated, “ICT has disrupted the financial...


Commentary: ECCB's asset management company: Anguilla's death knell
April 22, 2016, is a day that will live in infamy, for that was the day that our erstwhile Chief Minister Mr Victor Banks with the stroke of a pen, destroyed two local banks along with their offshore subsidiaries. And not only did that unlawful act destroy our two local banks and their offshoots...


Commentary: Tourism Matters: An impossible goal?
While I can see all the merits of attracting big brand named hotels, I still feel the destiny for us and at least partially differentiating us (Barbados) as a destination lies with our smaller boutique hotels. Of course, I will be the first to admit being biased, but as my personal time as an hotelier is...


Cuba's special development zone attracts first Portuguese investment
HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- A 5.6 million Euro construction and engineering project will be the first Portuguese investment action at the special development zone in the western Cuban harbour of Mariel. The project, with 100 percent Portuguese capital by the company called Engimov Caribe SA...


Cuban activist sentenced to three years in jail after criticising Fidel Castro
LONDON, England -- A three-year sentence against the leader of a Christian pro-democracy movement after he criticized Fidel Castro is a stark illustration of ongoing restrictions to the right to free expression in Cuba, said Amnesty International. Dr Eduardo Cardet Concepción, leader of the Christian Liberation...


Dominica foreign minister files defamation lawsuit
ROSEAU, Dominica (CBN4) -- As a result of allegations that have continued to circulate that Dominica’s minister for foreign and Caribbean Community (CARICOM) affairs, Senator Francine Baron, misappropriated funds that she received but were designated for the...


Food-borne ailments on the rise in the Caribbean
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Every year, thousands of people in the Caribbean experience food-borne illnesses, after exposure to contaminated food or drink. Persons affected usually experience severe diarrhoea, vomiting, stomach pain, sometimes accompanied by fever, headaches and...


Hydroponic solar greenhouses promote food security in the Caribbean
WESTPORT, USA -- Connecticut-based Alquimi Renewables has formalized an exclusive long term licensing agreement with engineering firm Megalo Solutions Inc., of Phoeni,x Arizona, to supply and construct off-grid hydroponic solar greenhouses, which will promote food security throughout...


Letter: Internet kicking traditional media to the curb
Recently, the owners of one of the country’s main dailies decided to throw in the towel and sell the newspaper to a rival company. No doubt, one of the reasons why the owners didn’t see the point in holding on to what they clearly saw as a lost cause was because the newspaper simply wasn’t...


Letter: Tampering with Grenada's electoral office
It is rather shameful and embarrassing when a head of state of an independent democratic country is at the center of a controversy regarding the alleged tampering and manipulation of the electoral system. Governor General Dame Cecile La Grenade must be mindful of the message...


Marketing Strategies Today: How to reach more eyeballs with Facebook
When looking at a Facebook Page Insight, the statistics such as Page Likes, engagement and post reach might draw your attention. As a result, you will end up forgetting about your primary goal, which should be turning people into customers. Facebook is a better way of reaching more target...


West Indies name 13-man squad for first and second T20s vs Pakistan
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- The West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) Selection Panel has announced the 13-man squad for first and second Twenty20 Internationals against Pakistan. The World T20 champions will play the series-opener against the visitors on Sunday at Kensington Oval in Barbados.

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Webinar: : Seven years of research on climate resilience in the Caribbean: Government, communities, climate data and the case for action
Seven years of climate resilience research in the Caribbean: making the case for action Day: Wednesday 29th March Time: 8:30- 09:30 am (CST, time in Belize) Check the time zone change according to your location: Register here: Agenda Introduction Maria José Pacha. Knowledge Management and Networks Coordinator – CDKN Latin America and Caribbean Seven … Continue reading

Mon, 27 Mar 2017 17:11:01 +0000

POLICY BRIEF: Climate data and projections: Supporting evidence-based decision-making in the Caribbean
Download POLICY BRIEF: Climate data and projections: Supporting evidence-based decision-making in the Caribbean No. of pages: 12 Author(s): Will Bugler, Olivia Palin and Dr Ben Rabb Organisation(s): Acclimatise Format: pdf File size: 620.51 KB Governments in the Caribbean recognise climate variability and change to be the most significant threat to sustainable development in the region. Policies … Continue reading

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:55:09 +0000

Office of Climate Change spearheads ‘green’ agenda sessions in Schools-Regions 4, 5, 6 and 10 to benefit in first quarter of 2017
The Office of Climate Change (OCC), which falls under the purview of the Ministry of the Presidency, in collaboration with the Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN), yesterday, visited three schools in East Berbice-Corentyne (Region Six) to continue its countrywide Climate Change sessions, which are aimed at educating students on the effects of the global phenomenon … Continue reading

Tue, 21 Mar 2017 16:18:32 +0000

CDB provides funds for poverty reduction in 8 Caribbean countries
The Barbados-based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) says it is providing US$40 million in funding for poverty reduction in eight Caribbean through the Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF). It said the resources will support improved access to quality education; water and sanitation; basic community access and drainage; livelihoods enhancement and human resource development services in low-income … Continue reading

Tue, 21 Mar 2017 14:58:16 +0000

Message from the Caribbean Community Secretariat to Commemorate International Women’s Day, 8 March, 2017
Photo Credit: CCCCC, International Women's Day 2017 The Caribbean Community joins with the global community in celebrating International Women’s Day 2017. The theme for this Forty-Second observance is #BeBoldForChange; a clarion call for all citizens of our Region and the world to play their part in forging more gender inclusive, just societies. Over the past four … Continue reading

Wed, 08 Mar 2017 21:58:37 +0000

Global conference renews call to reduce greenhouse gas
The fifth Regional Platform for disaster risk reduction in the Americas began in Canada today with the United Nations (UN) reiterating a call for the reduction of greenhouse gases that it has labelled “the single most urgent global disaster risk treatment”. Head of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, Robert Glasser told a … Continue reading

Wed, 08 Mar 2017 15:45:58 +0000

Cuba Seeks To Revitalize Association Of Caribbean States
Cuba is seeking to revitalize Association of Caribbean States (ACS) as ACS’ First Cooperation Conference to be held today, March 8, Cuba’s foreign ministry announced on Tuesday. At a press conference, Carlos Zamora, director of Latin America and the Caribbean of the Cuban Foreign Ministry, said this meeting seeks to evaluate the state of implementation … Continue reading

Wed, 08 Mar 2017 14:30:21 +0000

Building climate resilience is integral to continued prosperity in the Caribbean
The escalating cost of climate change to the Caribbean region makes a compelling argument for taking early action for adapting to climate change. An analysis of ten years of climate change research in the Caribbean found that sectors that are vital to regional economic and social development, including agriculture and tourism, are especially vulnerable to … Continue reading

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 22:05:51 +0000

Caribbean | Early Warning System to Help Caribbean Fishermen Deal With ClimateFishermen who depend on fishing for a living need an early warning system Change
The challenges of climate change and variability faced by fishermen and women in four Caribbean countries are to be addressed through early warning and emergency response tools being developed under the Caribbean Regional Track of the Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR). The information, communication and technology (ICT) solution, which is being developed by the … Continue reading

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 21:29:07 +0000

CARICOM prepares positions on imminent UN oceans agreement
Senior environment officials from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) met recently in Belize as CARICOM rationalises its position on the United Nations (UN) process to establish an international legally binding agreement on sustainable use of marine resources. The two-day workshop held 20-22 February 2017, in Belize City, Belize, was titled, ‘CARICOM Regional Workshop on the Conservation … Continue reading

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 20:10:08 +0000

Public-Private Insurance Partnerships Bolster Latin American/Caribbean Resilience
Globally, three of the ten most costly natural disaster events in the last 35 years occurred in total or in part in the Latin America/Caribbean (LAC) region; losses from Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean are still being assessed. Today, 80 percent of the LAC population lives in urban areas, second only to North America (82 … Continue reading

Fri, 03 Mar 2017 15:38:56 +0000

Preparing the country’s readiness and resilience in a time of climate change
Our country is surrounded by the deep blue Atlantic Ocean on one side the Caribbean Sea on the other.  Small Island Developing States (SIDS) such as ours are particularly vulnerable to natural disasters.  Global climate change is expected to increase natural disasters, such as hurricanes, floods and drought. In addition, to climate change, population growth … Continue reading

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 21:20:52 +0000

UTech launches graduate degree in sustainable energy and climate change
The University of Technology (UTECH), Jamaica through its Caribbean Sustainable Energy and Innovation Institute (CSEII) and the Faculty of The Built Environment (FOBE) will on Thursday launch the multidisciplinary Master of Science Degree in Sustainable Energy and Climate Change. The degree was developed in collaboration with technical assistance from partner the German Society for International … Continue reading

Tue, 28 Feb 2017 17:46:51 +0000
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CACCI celebrates Caribbean Heritage Month in Brooklyn, 2012. Above, at Medger Evers College, below, at Brooklyn Borough Hall.