WASHINGTON DC, April 23, 2022 - Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States Audrey Marks says Jamaican women are consistently redefining expectations around what heights women can achieve, having shattered the proverbial glass ceiling in both the public and private sectors.
WASHINGTON DC, April 11, 2022 - Member of Parliament for East Portland Mrs Annmarie Vaz has committed to re-energizing Jamaica’s participation in the Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM) and to engage bipartisan women’s support to advance issues affecting Jamaican women in relation to the organization's programmes.
Washington DC., March 7, 2022 - Jamaica’s embassy in Washington DC last week bid farewell to two members of staff who served the mission for more than half the number of years since the establishment of diplomatic relations with the United States sixty years ago.
Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre have reached a settlement. Although this was always a likely outcome, the statement is worth probing in detail. Andrew accepts that Giuffre is a “victim of abuse”, and contrary to his interview with Newsnight, now “regrets his association” with Jeffrey Epstein. However, there is no admission of liability or statement of innocence regarding the allegations of sexual assault that Giuffre made against him. For Andrew, these remain hanging in the air, as he has not cleared his name in court.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Conscripts in Norway have been ordered to return their underwear, bras and socks after the end of their military service so that the next group of recruits can use them.
KINGSTON, Jamaica: Opposition Spokesman on Industry, Investment & Global logistics, Anthony Hylton, has reacted to the passing of well-known businessman and culturally engaged Jamaican, Mr. James “Jimmy” Moss-Solomon,noting that his death is a great loss not only to the business community but to the public sector and the wider Jamaican society.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, January, 2022- The People’s National Party has extended condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Glenda Simms who died after a brief illness.
It's such a pity that as Africans, we have forsaken our culture. We have embraced Western culture into our livelihoods, and this is coming at a steep price. There were cultural systems in place to check many present-day problems.
Colin Powell knew where he fit in American history. The former secretary of state – who died on Oct. 18, 2021, at 84 as a result of COVID-19 complications – was a pioneer: the first Black national security advisor in U.S. history, the first Black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and also the first Black man to become secretary of state.
One U.S. child loses a parent or caregiver for every four COVID-19-associated deaths, a new modeling study external icon published today in Pediatrics reveals.