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BARBADOS | Government says its working to retain its nurses

BARBADOS | Government says its working t…

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, October 23, 2018 - With a shortage of nurses worldwide, Government of Barbados says it is doing all in its power to retain nurses within the country.

23-10-2018 Hits:6 Health

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IAAF | Nominees Announced for Male Athlete of the Year 2018

IAAF | Nominees Announced for Male Athle…

This week marks the opening of the voting process for the 2018 World Athletes of the Year ahead of theIAAF Athletics Awards 2018in Monaco on Tuesday 4 December.

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Infrastructural Works to Modernise Kingston – PM Holness

Infrastructural Works to Modernise Kings…

KINGSTON, October 23, 2018 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the Government has moved to capitalize on infrastructural works now underway to modernise the city of Kingston.

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Venezuela Rebukes Pompeo on Chinese Investment in Caribbean, Latin America

Venezuela Rebukes Pompeo on Chinese Inve…

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro condemned Friday the comments made by United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who urged Latin America and Caribbean country's to be wary of Chinese investments...

23-10-2018 Hits:6 Latin America

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Strong evidence ‘vicious’ murder of Khashoggi was planned operation – Erdogan

Strong evidence ‘vicious’ murder of Khas…

There is strong evidence that the killing of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul came as a result of a pre-planned operation rather than a spontaneous...

23-10-2018 Hits:5 World News

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Venezuela Abandons US Dollar in Favour of Euro for International Transactions

Venezuela Abandons US Dollar in Favour o…

CARACAS , October 2018 - Venezuela is abandoning the US dollar, with all future transactions on the Venezuelan exchange market to be made in euro, Tareck El Aissami, the country's...

23-10-2018 Hits:5 Business & Economy

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Regionwide Economic Activity Expansion Will Continue In 2019 — ECLAC

Regionwide Economic Activity Expansion W…

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) says economic activity for countries across the region is set to expand throughout the remainder of this year and into...

23-10-2018 Hits:4 Business & Economy

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Strong Support for  Regional Government Securities Market (RGSM) Instruments

Strong Support for Regional Government …

The number of securities issued on the Regional Government Securities Market (RGSM) during the first eight months of 2018 was on par with the record number of 59 recorded in...

23-10-2018 Hits:5 Business & Economy

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ST KITTS | Tourism to boom with addition…

ST.KITTS-NEVIS - With airlift arrivals having grown for the past 18 months, there is a rising demand for St. Kitts as a leisure travel destination and North American airlines have...

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Barbados Credit Rating ‘To Rise by Year-End’

Barbados Credit Rating ‘To Rise by Year-…

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - After lingering in ‘junk’ territory for years, Barbados’s investment grade is projected to begin rising again by the end of this year, the Government’s senior technical adviser...

22-10-2018 Hits:4 Business & Economy

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Caribbean among 21 countries blacklisted for "Golden Passport" scheme

Caribbean among 21 countries blacklisted…

The Paris based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), says schemes selling either residency or citizenship are threatening efforts to combat tax evasion.

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Canada Searches for Graves of Thousands of Indigeneous Children

Canada Searches for Graves of Thousands …

Canadian researchers are attempting to solve a century-old mystery into the disappearance and alleged death of thousands of indigenous students who vanished during the 1900’s.

22-10-2018 Hits:15 World News

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Israel Bows to International Solidarity Pressure, Postpones Khan al-Ahmar Demolition

Israel Bows to International Solidarity …

Israel said Sunday that it would put the demolition of Khan al-Ahmar on hold for “a number of weeks”. Khan al-Ahmar, the Palestinian Bedouin village in the Occupied West Bank, housing...

22-10-2018 Hits:6 World News

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Global Poverty Is Far More Extensive Than the World Bank Would Have Us Believe

Global Poverty Is Far More Extensive Tha…

The World Bank’s latest annual report on poverty and shared prosperity has an unsurprisingly positive message that only 10% of the world’s population lived in extreme poverty in 2015, which...

22-10-2018 Hits:14 World Economy

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No Black Scientist Has Ever Won a Nobel – That’s Bad for Science and for Society

No Black Scientist Has Ever Won a Nobel …

Many in the scientific world are celebrating the fact that two women received this year’s Nobel prizes in physics and chemistry. Donna Strickland and Frances Arnold are only the 20th...

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ANTIGUA | Government prepared to amend laws to prevent tax evasion

ANTIGUA | Government prepared to amend l…

The Antigua and Barbuda government is willing to amend the necessary laws to ensure that local financial institutions are able to share banking information of dual citizenship holders with the...

21-10-2018 Hits:14 Business & Economy

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