JAMAICA | Regional concern over Gender based Violence

MONTEGO BAY,  April 18, 2021 - As the subject of domestic violence last week dominated the Jamaican news cycle following the circulation of a video on social media in which a man is seen physically assaulting a woman and out of which a Jamaican legislator is grappling  with assault allegations, the scourge of domestic violence is gaining more focus across the Caribbean. 

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T&T | Trinidad Judge rules police raid on media house unconstitutional

PORT-OF-SPAIN- January 18, 2021 - The Trinidad and Tobago High Court ruled last Wednesday, that a police decision to carry out a raid on a media house in search of information to bolster their case in March last year, was irregular, unconstitutional and infringed the right of freedom of the press.

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CARICOM | Heads of government start busy week for CARICOM

CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana - Thursday, 14 January 2021  -  Heads of Government set the stage for an active start to 2021 for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) when on Tuesday they continued their discussions towards initiating the economic recovery of the Region which has been devastated by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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T&T | PM Rowley recouperating well after angioplasty surgery

MONTEGO BAY,  January 12, 2021- Reports out of Trinidad and Tobago says prime minister Dr. Keith Rowley is recuperating well, after having angioplasty surgery at the Westshore Private Hospital in Cocorite last Saturday. He was admitted last Friday after complaining of discomfort.

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T&T tells OAS: Stop tarnishing our good name!

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan. 9, 2020 The Trinidad and Tobago Government is urging the Organisation of American States (OAS) to desist from tarnishing T&T's  reputation and good name.

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T&T | Keith Rowley Gov't refuses to support Venezuela's Juan Guido in the OAS

PORT-OF-SPAIN January 8, 2021 - The government of  the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago says it will not be supporting  any motions brought forward by a 'purported representative' of Venezuela at the Organisation of American States (OAS), however it will continue to participate in all other matters. 

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