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CUBA | Miguel Díaz-Canel nominated as Cuban President

Havana, Apr 19 The National Candidacy Commission (NCC) of the Cuban Assembly is announcing Thursday the results of the parliamentary election Wednesday in which the 605 members of the legislative house voted to whether ratify Miguel Diaz Canel as the nation''s president.
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Cuba's President Raul Castro steps down today

Havana, Apr 18 (Prensa Latina) 86 Year old Raul Castro will step down today, when the Cuban Parliament elects a new President and the other members of the Council of State at the 9th National Assembly Legislature which gets underway today in that nation's capital.
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GUYANA | Border case discussed during bilateral talks at CHOGM 2018

The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth,Patricia Scotland, and British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, were today updated on the status of the Guyana/Venezuela border case which is presently before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) by Head of State, David Granger during bilateral discussions.
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Evo Morales Condemns U.S. Actions against Venezuela and Cuba

Lima, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales today condemned ''categorically the unilateral sanctions and threats of invasion made by the government of the United States against Venezuela'', and demanded the unconditional lifting of the blockade of Cuba.

JAMAICA | Jackson re-tables amendment to the Banking Act

KINGSTON, April 12, 2018 - Another attempt is being made by Opposition Member of Parliament for St. Catherine Southern Fitz Jackson to have amendments made to the Banking Services Act, aimed at eliminating the thousands of dollars in fees that depositors have to pay for services at the island's commercial banks.

HAITI | Direct Flight between USA and Haiti Opened

Port au Prince, Apr 12 (Prensa Latina) The U.S. airline Spirit, headquartered in Florida, opened today a non-stop flight between the airports of Fort Lauderdale, USA, and Cap-Haitien, Haiti, as part of its development network through the Caribbean.
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TRINIDAD | Buggery Law Unconstitutional says High Court

PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 12, 2018 - The Trinidad and Tobago High Court today ruled that certain sections of the Sexual Offences Act are unconstitutional and null and void as the law goes against the basic rights of any citizen to enjoy the freedom of privacy and family life.
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Israel Attacks Targets in Gaza Strip

Gaza, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) Israeli tanks shelled today several points in the eastern part of Gaza City, allegedly belonging to the Palestinian Hamas movement.

COPA Airlines Closes Panama-Venezuela Flights

Panama, Apr 6 (Prensa Latina) As of today, Panama's COPA Airlines canceled its flights to and from Venezuela, due to the suspension of the economic, commercial and financial relationship with companies and people of this country, decreed by Caracas.

ANTIGUA | Sex scandal, Top cop suspended

(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) – Commissioner of Police Wendel Robinson cleared out his office yesterday afternoon soon after receiving his letter of suspension and notice of an investigation into allegations that he made sexual advances towards three junior ranking policemen.It is further alleged that he then victimised the officers after they rejected his advances.
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