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Jamaican Parliamentary Dies Suddenly

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Jamaica’s opposition People’s National Party (PNP) is in shock over the death of one of its Parliamentarians this morning.

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Former Bahamian PM Concerned About Arrests of Ex Ministers

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Former Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie is keeping a wary eye on the Hubert Minnis administration, following the arrests of three opposition parliamentarians in recent weeks.

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Tropical Storm Gert Has Hurricane Potential

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Tropical Storm Gert, which became the seventh named storm of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season yesterday evening, could become a hurricane, according to forecasters.

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Sierra Leone mudslide kills at least 200 as houses are buried

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At least 200 people have been killed in a mudslide near Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, the Red Cross says.

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Trump declares ‘racism is evil’ and denounces neo-Nazis, KKK

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President Trump delivered a statement from the White House on Monday explicitly condemning violent white supremacists.

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Disney’s New Platform Could Become The Streaming King For Kids

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On August 8, Disney, the world’s largest entertainment company, made an announcement that will significantly alter the future of the industry. The Mouse House is throwing its hat into the streaming ring.

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Climate crusader Gore takes up arms again

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Climate crusader Al Gore is coming to a screen near you.

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Common External Tariff and Rules of Origin Critical to Viability of Indigenous Industries

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The protection of indigenous industries to ensure their viability and competitiveness on the global market and the harmonization of rates across CARICOM were among the key concerns raised at a Consultation on the revision of CARICOM’s two trade instruments.

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Survey: Caribbean Companies Still Resistant to Digital Change

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Resistance to change is the single biggest impediment to companies achieving digital success, according to a new study.

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Credit Card Balances in Trinidad At All-Time High

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Trinidadians have been swiping their credit cards more than ever.

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