Click-For-Live-Stream

Saturdays at 6 P.M. EST

Live Stream On:-

YouTube 

RSS Caribbean

  • BVI police probe marijuana found in boxes of baby products February 20, 2018
    The police in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are investigating the discovery of marijuana in boxes of imported baby products. The BVI police report that the packages entered the country late last week through a well-known multinational courier...
  • Gonsalves steps down from ECCB’s Monetary Council February 18, 2018
    Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent and the Grenadines has stepped down from the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). This paves the way for his son  – the new Vincentian Minister of Finance Camillo...
  • St Vincent journalist compensated for assault February 17, 2018
    KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC): A court has ordered gardener, Danroy Small, to pay EC$500 (EC$1=US$0.37 in compensation to journalist, Kenton X. Chance after he was found guilty of assaulting the journalist. Small struck Chance, the...
  • Jamaican cleared in Bermuda court of drug charges February 13, 2018
    HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC): Maurice Martin, a 34-year-old Jamaican national, who survived a 2010 shooting that killed his friend, has been cleared by a Supreme Court of a plot to import fentanyl into Bermuda with two Canadians. Justice Charles-Etta...
  • Autopsy to be performed on 8-y-o beaten to death in T&T February 11, 2018
    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – An autopsy is scheduled to be performed on the body of an eight year old boy who died yesterday from injuries he received when he was beaten with an iron pipe. The police report that yesterday afternoon, Ishmeel...
  • Deadly shooting prank - Belizean banker fined after killing friend February 10, 2018
    BELMOPAN, Belize (CMC): A High Court judge has ordered a banker to pay a BDS$15,000 (One Belize dollar=US$0, 49 cents) fine after he was convicted of unlawful harm through negligence of a firearm in the accidental death of his friend, who was shot...
  • Hundreds of Haitians detained in Dom Rep, false documents seized February 10, 2018
    SANTO DOMINIGO, Dominican Republic (CMC): Dominican Republic authorities say they have detained more than 250 Haitian nationals and seized a number of illegal documents during raids in several areas including the city. They said the raids during...
  • Taiwan says top leaders not slated to visit Caribbean allies February 4, 2018
    TAIPEI, CMC – Contrary to media reports, neither the president nor vice president of Taiwan is planning to visit the country’s diplomatic allies in Africa and the Caribbean soon, the Taiwan's Presidential Office said yesterday. The...
  • Some CARICOM countries to benefit from PAHO agreement February 3, 2018
    WASHINGTON (CMC): Seven Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are to benefit from a new multi-country strategy for technical cooperation in health through 2024. The strategy was signed between the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and...
  • Massive theft: Welsh accountant admits laundering almost US$2.5m from Bermuda government January 31, 2018
    CARDIFF (CMC): A 50-year-old Welsh accountant has dramatically changed his plea and admitted laundering almost US$2.5 million stolen from the Bermuda government while he worked on the island. Jeffrey Bevan, from the town of Cwmbran, admitted...
  • Trinidad police appeal for help as country records bloodiest January in history January 30, 2018
    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Monday appealed for support from law abiding citizens as the twin island republic recorded the highest number of murders in the month of January for any one year. At least 59...
  • Security to be boosted at Guyana/Venezuela border January 28, 2018
    GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – Security will be heightened at the Guyana/Venezuela border in the wake of the discovery of an illegal road that links both countries. Minister of State Joe Harmon says there has been growing concern from Guyanese in...
  • Bahamas authorities call off search and rescue following plane crash January 23, 2018
    Authorities have ended their search for the parts of a plane that crashed in The Bahamas last week and the bodies of the victims. A small amount of debris was recovered from the crash that occurred last Wednesday morning, shortly after the Piper...
  • US ambassador urges Caribbean countries to deal with money laundering January 22, 2018
    GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): The United States Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway, Monday urged Caribbean countries to seriously tackle the issue of money laundering in the region. Addressing the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF)...
  • Antigua wants China to partner on State-funded projects January 21, 2018
    ST. JOHN’S,  Antigua, CMC – Prime Minister Gaston Browne of Antigua and Barbuda has invited the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation to invest more with the Government. Browne made the call while speaking during recent...
  • US Navy 'shadowing' Russian spy ship in Caribbean Sea January 20, 2018
    WASHINGTON (CMC): United States Department of Defense officials say Russia has dispatched an intelligence gathering ship to the Caribbean Sea that is being closely monitored by the Pentagon. The spy ship, Viktor Leonov was spotted leaving Port-of-...
  • Trinidad and Tobago elects first female head of state January 19, 2018
    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): The Electoral College Friday elected the first woman as the sixth Head of State of Trinidad and Tobago with both Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar saying she was the best...
  • Child among dead in Bahamas plane crash January 18, 2018
    At least six people, including a child, were killed when a Piper Aztec plane crashed near Andros Island yesterday. Aviation officials confirmed the discovery of one body floating in waters just east of North Andros. Transport and Aviation Minister...
  • ​CARICOM condemns reported Trump comments about Haiti, other countries January 13, 2018
    GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): The 15 member regional grouping, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) says it is deeply disturbed by reports about the use of derogatory and repulsive language by the President of the United States in respect to the French...
  • Caribbean legislators join outrage over Trump’s reported 'racist' remarks January 13, 2018
    NEW YORK (CMC): Caribbean legislators on Friday joined the avalanche of deep outrage over United States President Donald J. Trump’s reported racist remarks about nationals from Haiti, Africa and El Salvador. “Donald Trump’s...

RSS Reuters: World News

  • Confidant of Israel's Netanyahu turns state's witness in corruption case: media February 21, 2018
    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to provide testimony on behalf of the state about alleged corrupt dealings between the government and the country's biggest telecoms group, Israeli media reported on Wednesday.
  • North Korea canceled planned meeting with Pence February 21, 2018
    WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence was scheduled to meet with North Korean officials, including leader Kim Jong Un's sister, while in South Korea for the Winter Olympics this month but the North Koreans canceled at the last minute, U.S. officials said on Tuesday.
  • Japan donates ballot boxes worth $7.5 million for Cambodia election February 21, 2018
    PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Japan donated over 10,000 ballot boxes for Cambodia's 2018 election on Wednesday, the first international aid for the vote after European Union and the United States withdrew their support following the dissolution of the main opposition party.
  • Exclusive: Japan to buy at least 20 more F-35A stealth fighters - sources February 21, 2018
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan plans to buy at least 20 additional F-35A stealth fighters over the next six years, some or all of which it may purchase directly from Lockheed Martin Corp in the United States rather than assemble locally, three sources said.
  • Philippines 'concerned' as U.S. intelligence tags Duterte a threat to democracy February 21, 2018
    MANILA (Reuters) - Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is taking seriously the U.S. Intelligence Community's report tagging the firebrand leader a threat to democracy in Southeast Asia, his spokesman said on Wednesday.
  • Macron plans tighter asylum rules in test of parliamentary majority February 21, 2018
    PARIS (Reuters) - Emmanuel Macron's government will on Wednesday propose toughening France's immigration and asylum laws amid strident criticism from human rights groups, in a move that will test the unity of his left-and-right majority.
  • U.S. says ready to talk Mideast peace; Abbas calls for conference February 20, 2018
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States declared at the United Nations on Tuesday it was "ready to talk" with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who rejected U.S.-led Middle East peace efforts as "impossible" after Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
  • Syria pro-government forces enter Afrin to aid Kurds against Turkey February 20, 2018
    ANKARA/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Pro-Syrian government forces entered Syria's northwestern Afrin region on Tuesday to help a Kurdish militia there fend off a Turkish assault, raising the prospect of a wider escalation of the conflict.
  • Lesser-known North Korea cyber-spy group goes international: report February 20, 2018
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A North Korean cyber espionage group previously known only for targeting South Korea's government and private sector deepened its sophistication and hit further afield including in Japan and the Middle East in 2017, security researchers said on Tuesday.
  • No survivors as Iran finds wreckage of plane on mountain February 20, 2018
    LONDON (Reuters) - There were no survivors among the 65 passengers and crew on an Iranian plane that ploughed into a mountain top, where most of the bodies lie buried under snow, the first rescue team to reach the wreckage said on Tuesday.