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IMF defends policies as Antiguan PM launches scathing attack
A senior official of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) defended its policies towards Antigua and Barbuda after the island’s new government launched a scathing attack on the Washington-based financ

Grand Bahama plane crash, four killed
Four people were killed when a twin engine Cessna plane crashed as it approached Freeport on the island of Grand Bahama yesterday, police have confirmed.

Amnesty International concerned about police killings in Dom Rep
The London-based human rights watchdog, Amnesty International, says the number of killings perpetrated by the police in the Dominican Republic is once again on the rise ...

Trinidad's Newsday barred from publishing article on Central Bank
According to Newsday, the development follows queries made directly to the Governor of the Central Bank on Friday by Seelal regarding the behaviour of one of the bank’s employees.

Eight arrested in human trafficking ring, 25 rescued in Dom Rep
The eight human traffickers, all Dominicans who were arrested last week, allegedly “located and recruited the victims for sexual exploitation and financial profit,” the ICE said in a statement.

US Coast Guard rescues 164 Cuban, Haitian migrants
The Coast Guard said that the 64 Cuban migrants were repatriated last week following three separate interdictions at sea in the Florida Straits dating back to August 7.

Antigua gov't assures creditors of payment
And the country’s newly appointed Governor General Dr Rodney Williams says the Gaston Browne administration is intent on turning the island into an economic powerhouse in the Caribbean.

Aristide supporters clash with UN troop
Supporters of former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide have clashed with United Nations troops amid fears he would be arrested for failing to obey an investigating judge’s order ...

Grenada's referendum on Constitutional Reforms pushed back
Grenada’s Legal Affairs Minister, Elvin Nimrod, says the referendum on Constitutional Reform will be held in March 2015 and not on February 10, as was previously announced.

Arrest warrant issued for ex-Haitian president Bertrand Aristide
An investigating judge has issued an arrest warrant for former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide after he failed to comply with a summons to appear at the magistrate's office.

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