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Taiwan President Ends Visit To Caribbean

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts CMC – Taiwan President, Ma Ying-jeou, on Monday, ended his visit to the Caribbean pledging Taiwan’s continued support for the socio-economic development of St. Kitts-Nevis, the last stop on his three-nation visit. As he did in St. ...

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St. Kitts Authorities Ban Products Containing Dimefluthurin

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts CMC – St. Kitts-Nevis health authorities have placed an immediate ban on the use and importation of any brand of the Black Mosquito Coil product containing the ingredient, dimefluthrin, The Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board and ...

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Guyana Looking To Improve Relations With Venezuela

GEORGETOWN, Guyana CMC – Guyana says it is looking to move beyond the new rice agreement in terms of trade relations with neighbouring Venezuela and will use the upcoming state visit of President Nicolas Maduro to do so. Foreign Affairs ...

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Malaysia’s High Commissioner To Guyana Accredited

Malaysia’s High Commissioner To Guyana Accredited

GEORGETOWN, Guyana CMC – The relationship between the Governments of Guyana and Malaysia was further strengthened when the new Malaysian High Commissioner to Guyana, Dato Sudha Devi Vasudevan, presented her letters of credence to President Donald Ramotar on Friday. With ...

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Integrity Commission Probing Government Minister

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad CMC – The Integrity Commission says it has launched an investigation into allegations of corruption made against a government minister during the campaign for the July 29 by-election in Chaguanas West. In a brief statement, the ...

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Pope Francis: Revolution Or Changing To Stay The Same?

Pope Francis: Revolution Or Changing To Stay The Same?

By Fabiana Frayssinet Brazil Correspondent  RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (IPS) – “The rivalry between our countries is over: if the pope is Argentine then God is Brazilian,” Francis joked when journalists asked him why he was so beloved in this ...

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U.S.-Russia Rift Could Impact Upcoming Nuke Talks

U.S.-Russia Rift Could Impact Upcoming Nuke Talks

By Thalif Deen UN Correspondent UNITED NATIONS, New York (IPS) – The growing political rift between the United States and Russia triggered by the granting of temporary asylum to U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden, who is now holed up in Moscow, ...

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