The Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda has granted authorization by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to suspend certain concessions and obligations it has under international law to the United States in respect of intellectual property rights.
The Bahamas: World News
On Sunday, the MT “Butterfly” was moored at BORCO’s receiving diesel fuel from the bunker barge, after which 210 gallons of diesel oil was discharged into the marine environment.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the Caribbean Outreach Working Group meeting to report on the drug problem in the Americas in Trinidad, Organization of American States (OAS) secretary for multidimensional security Adam Blackwell said there is no simple fix for the hemisphere’s drug problems.
Two Brazilians nationals pleaded guilty in Miami on Wednesday to smuggling undocumented migrants to the U.S for profit, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Representatives from The Bahamas participated in consultations on outstanding matters that will assist the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in its accession to the World Trade Organisation.
DonHue Gardiner made international news for saying that it is his goal to make the lives of illegal Haitian migrants “unbearable”.
Though the 1,087 murders recorded last year in Jamaica is still an “unacceptably high,” number – it is the lowest in the last nine years.
The Grenada Electricity Services (GRENLEC), which has been privately owned for 18 years, is not reverting to state control.
Lawmakers in the Cayman Islands passed a vote of no confidence, ousting Premier McKeeva Bush from office a week after his arrest in connection with alleged theft and corruption.