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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Barbados court rules against fingerprinting at ports of entry

A plan to fingerprint air and sea passengers entering Barbados, including citizens, has been ruled unconstitutional, stopping the government from going through with the...

Windies Women beat Sri Lanka by 71 runs

West Indies Women defeated Sri Lanka Women by 71 runs in the opening Twenty20 International of the three-match series at Coolidge Cricket Ground in...

PM Mitchell wants new action on Governance Report

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC)  – Grenada’s Prime Minister, Dr Keith Mitchell, has urged CARICOM to re-visit the recommendations of the dormant Governance Report,...

Maduro says he’ll ask UN for US$500m to bring back Venezuelan migrants

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — President Nicolas Maduro says he's going to ask the United Nations for US$500 million to help repatriate hundreds of thousands...

Caricom leaders in Bahamas for closed-door meetings

(CMC) — The Prime Ministers of St Lucia and Barbados touched down in The Bahamas earlier today to hold talks with Bahamian Prime Minister...

CAL to review airfare structure

Following a meeting today between the Guyana government and the management of Caribbean Airlines (CAL), it was agreed that the current airfare structure...

T&T used car dealer shot dead in ambush

(Trinidad Guardian) Used-car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo was shot and killed last night in an apparent ambush along Caroni Savannah Road, Charlieville. Sukhdeo was reportedly shot...

New T10 League to start soon in the Caribbean; players will not be allowed...

For the first time since March, competitive cricket involving international players of a Full Member team is set to return after a long hiatus...

C’bean health ministers attending WHO assembly

GENEVA, Switzerland (CMC) — Caribbean Community (CARICOM) health ministers are attending the 71st World Health Assembly here discussing various public health issues and its...

Suriname puts on spectacular show as Carifesta XI opens

The Surinamese Presidential Palace located in Independence Square, Paramaribo on Friday, was transformed into a kaleidoscope of colours as thousands of people witnessed the...

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East Canje houses destroyed by angry mob

Two houses located at Canefield, East Canje were on Monday morning destroyed by an angry mob. The mob comprised of over 20 individuals, both male...

7 homeless after fire guts Linden house

Seven persons are now homeless after a fire on Sunday evening completely gutted their house at Linden, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice). The two-storey concrete home...

35-Y-O man found dead in Plaisance trench

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 35-year-old man, who allegedly drowned in a trench at Prince William Street, Plaisance, East...

Guyana records 16th COVID-19 death

The Ministry of Public Health this evening confirmed Guyana’s 16th COVID-19 related death. According to the Ministry, the person is a 76-year-old female, May Portsmouth,...

OPINION: The CCJ as a regional apex court deserves the highest respect

The following is an opinion piece by Seenath Jairam, SC I was shocked to see on page 10 of the Guardian newspaper on Saturday, July...

Trinidad and Tobago Govt says borders may remain closed for election

(CMC) The Trinidad and Tobago government says it has no plans to rush towards reopening the borders of the country, which have been closed...

St Lucia launches ‘I am CARICOM’ campaign

The Regional Integration Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister in collaboration with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat announces the launch of the...

CPL 2020: Ross Taylor, Naveen Ul Haq added to Warriors power-packed lineup

The Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) have sought to retain 13 players from their 11-win streak 2019 team while adding the brilliance of New Zealander...

‘Desire for peace will take genuine and collective efforts by all stakeholders’ – ERC

As Guyana enters the fourth month of electoral impasse, the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) has reiterated calls for peace and responsible behaviour by everyone...

WHO: Access to HIV medicines severely impacted by COVID-19 as AIDS response stalls

Seventy-three countries have warned that they are at risk of stock-outs of antiretroviral (ARV) medicines as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to...