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ANTIGUA PM POKES HOLES IN SHORT LIVED CARICOM ‘TRAVLE BUBBLE’

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Saint Lucia’s increasing coronavirus infection rate has grabbed the attention of regional leaders including Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Browne. The so-called CARICOM “travel bubble” officially established in September exempted regional travellers from some coronavirus protocols like mandatory pre-departure testing and quarantining. Citing the recent surge in Saint Lucia’s coronavirus cases Browne [on October 31] declared the CARICOM “travel bubble” bust. Other CARICOM Members have also opted out of the travel bubble. Saint Lucia’s Tourism Authority responded today [November 3].SHOW LESS

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Former CARICOM Ambassador speaks out as US deports thousands of Haitian migrants at Texas Border

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“sophisticated network of Human Trafficking”, that’s how Former CARICOM Ambassador to Haiti, Earl Huntley has described the deportation of thousands of Haitian Migrants from US soil.



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ICAR Former President says recently concluded CARICOM-Africa Summit is a step in the right direction

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The Iyanola Council for the Advancement of Rastafari has called for the inclusion of Rastafarians moving forward following Historic CARICOM-Africa Summit. Prime Minister, Philip J Pierre, gave the assurance that under his watch, Saint Lucians will have good reason to remember the struggles of their forefathers, while preserving and protecting the heritage they left.


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Earl Huntley says Haiti continues to pay for being the world’s “first Black Republic”

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In the wake of a 7.2 magnitude earthquake which killed over a thousand Haitians, former CARICOM Ambassador to Haiti, Earl Huntley is hoping that there is no repeat of the exploitation by international donor agencies as with what obtained in 2010. Ambassador Huntley, also an advocate for reparations told Senior Political Correspondent Miguel Fevrier that Haiti continues to pay for being the world’s first black republic.

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