Caribbean Political News
“We agreed we had to push up our march from 1 p.m. to 3.30 p.m,” Director of Life In Leggings Caribbean Alliance Against Gender-based Violence Ronelle King.
Marigot Government School, Dominica Grammar School and trained broadcaster at the University of Texas Austin. Read Lennox Linton Biography.
Dominica’s Opposition leader Lennox Linton has repeated his call for the resignation of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and called on President Chares Savarin to name a new person to the post.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama repealed the special immigration policy for Cubans days before turning the White House over to Donald Trump.
Jovenel Moïse was born on 26 June 1968 in the Trou du Nord (North-East department) of a modest family. Read Jovenel Moïse Biography And Autobiography: Bio.
Jamaica’s Ambassador to US Audrey Marks, extended best wishes to United States President Donald Trump and his Cabinet for a successful tenure in office.
Cuban President Raul Castro on Wednesday said Cuba hoped to continue to normalize relations with the United States.
A brief statement said Rhodes was in Cuba for “official meetings, cultural engagements, and to witness the signing of a U.S.-Cuba Law Enforcement Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).”
A brief government statement said chamber President Thomas Donohue and Cuban President Raul Castro discussed “issues of mutual interest.”
“With this change we will continue to welcome Cubans as we welcome immigrants from other nations, consistent with our laws,” US President Barack Obama said.
Guy Philippe a Haitian politician was arrested and extradited to United States for alleged drug trafficking and money laundering, authorities said.
Haiti marked 214th anniversary of its political independence, acknowledging that after many years “we are unable to feed our people, educate our children.”
Puerto Rico news: Gov. Ricardo Rossello, 37, proposed several measures aimed at alleviating the crisis shortly after he was sworn in.
Cuba on Monday paraded troops and hundreds of thousands of citizens through its emblematic Revolution Square in a traditional show of nationalist fighting spirit as it faces a tough political and economic year.
“I never thought I would have Internet at home, yet we were given the opportunity to participate in this test. It is wonderful,” Lourdes Savon said.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his vision for Christmas in Jamaica is one where persons exemplify the ethic of love for neighbor and peace and goodwill toward everyone that Jesus Christ displayed.
Julian Jay Robinson represents a new generation of political leadership in Jamaica. Read Julian Jay Robinson Biography and Profile.
Fidel Castro’s ashes were laid to rest on Sunday, capping nine days of official mourning when hundreds of thousands of Cubans said farewell with tears.
Fidel Castro, who led Cuba’s 1959 revolution and for 5 decades defied U.S. efforts to topple him, died on Nov. 25 at age 90, cedes power to his Raul Castro.
“We came to see the ashes because he made history,” said Cecilio Salgado, 58, who traveled from Havana´s outskirts to bid farewell to Castro.