First aircraft lands at Douglas-Charles since T.S. Erika
Dominica News Online

An aircraft has landed at Douglas-Charles Airport. Venezuela’s C130 military plane landed at Douglas-Charles Airport late Tuesday afternoon. It is the first aircraft to land at Douglas-Charles Airport since the...

Ret’d Guyanese diplomat releases final book on Venezuela controversy
Kaieteur News

Diplomat and historian, Dr. Odeen Ishmael, has released the final book in his three-part documentary charting the history of the Guyana-Venezuela border issue as well as his own diplomatic involvement in the process....

Trinidad replaces Venezuela as Guyana’s fuel supplier
Kaieteur News

Guyana has increased its acquisition of oil from Trinidad and Tobago, a senior Government official confirmed yesterday. The increase would come amidst a claim by Venezuela on Guyana’s waters and lands, following the...

St. Martin News Network - Bank leak reveals billions from Caribbean stashed in Switzerland.
St Martin News Network

HSBC Private Bank building in Geneva, Switzerland By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA -- The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released a report this week revealing billions of dollars...

UN team arrives today to help resolve Guyana/Venezuela tensions
Kaieteur News

  A United Nations (UN) Mission, dispatched by Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, is scheduled to arrive today to discuss options for peacefully resolving the Guyana/Venezuela land and sea territorial controversy. The...

Dominica in prayers
Dominica News Online

Former Venezuelan Ambassador to Dominica, Carmen Martinez De Grijalva has said that she and her family are keeping Dominica in her prayers in the wake of Tropical Storm Erika. “For 12 years we lived in Dominica and...

Venezuelan Navy Ship ‘Simon Bolivar’ Visits Nassau
Anguilla Life

The ‘Simon Bolivar,’ of the Bolivarian Navy of Venezuela arrived in Nassau, The Bahamas, on Saturday, August 22, and was officially welcomed by the Ministry

Guyana’s ambassador to Venezuela to be replaced
Kaieteur News

The Opposition has warned Government to think twice about recalling its ambassador to Venezuela, Geoffrey da Silva. According to Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, the Government will announce a new person for...

Tension In Venezuela-Colombia Border After Deportations
Antigua Observer

Venezuela has deported hundreds of Colombians as part of a security offensive along the border that is causing tensions between the two neighboring countries.

Carl Greenidge is keynote speaker at Florida Conference
Kaieteur News

– to address mainCaribbean issues Guyana’s Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl B. Greenidge will be the guest of honour and keynote speaker at a Florida Conference to discuss the...

No “normalcy” for Guyana & Venezuela anytime soon – Foreign Minister
Kaieteur News

– resolution with Suriname in sight By Abena Rockcliffe Boasting about a markedly improved relationship with Suriname, Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge recently announced that outstanding...

Cuban doctors fleeing Venezuela protest for US visas
Jamaica Observer

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — About 100 Cuban doctors who deserted a medical mission in Venezuela and have been stranded for months in Colombia seeking entry into the US staged a protest Saturday to draw attention to their...

Interesting Creatures… Crested eagle (Morphnus guianensis)
Kaieteur News

The crested eagle (Morphnus guianensis) is a large Neotropical eagle. It is the only member of the genus Morphnus. It is sparsely distributed throughout its extensive range from...

How can we fight Venezuela when half of our house contains cowards
Kaieteur News

Dear Editor, How can we fight Venezuela when half of our house contains cowards? I asked myself this question at the end of speech given by the Leader of the Opposition during the National Budget debate. You see, at the...

GuyOil sold $44B fuel in 2013
Kaieteur News

– remained single biggest distributor  Guyana imported 1.3M barrels of oil in 2013 from mainly Venezuela under the PetroCaribe arrangements. During that year, high acquisition costs, aggressive competition and low...

PetroCaribe deal good for Jamaica
Jamaica Observer

It is only the most partisan tribalist who would scoff or frown at the deal reached by the Government in its buy-back of the PetroCaribe debt from Venezuela. Like the Dominican Republic before it, the Government saw an...

Venezuela's - currency crisis
Jamaica Gleaner

Venezuela can simultaneously be the world's cheapest and most expensive country because of its multiple exchange rate systems. A dinner at an upscale restaurant, including drinks, can cost as little as US$6 per person or...

Trial run to be held at abattoir
Dominica News Online

The government of Dominica will be conducting a trial run at the much touted Venezuela-funded abattoir situated in Layou Park as it sets to open for operation. The government is also finalizing recruitment of staff for...

ALL AH WE IS ONE: Madura’s gamble
Nation News

THE RECENT heightening of (un)diplomatic noises by Venezuela in its ongoing territorial dispute with Guyana has presented perhaps the second greatest external threat to the socialist project initiated...

Venezuelans to perform hundreds of eye surgeries in Antigua
Antigua Observer

Three hundred and forty seven Antiguans and Barbudans have qualified for the Mission Miracle EyeCare programme. With the assistance of the Venezuelan government, the programme offers free cataract surgeries for...

Venezuela patients resort to pet medication
Jamaica Observer

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Kevin Blanco got a life-saving kidney transplant 15 years ago, but the chronic shortages gripping crisis-hit Venezuela have put his life at risk again.

Missing brothers found off the coast of Venezuela
Antigua Observer

Dominican authorities Thursday confirmed that three brothers missing at sea since Saturday had been found off the coast of Venezuela.

Dominica, Venezuela review economic agreements
Dominica News Online

The Vice President of Venezuela, Jorge Alberto Arreaza, is presently in Dominica leading a two-man team to review the economic agreements between the two countries. A number of matters, including Petrocaribe, ALBA, were...

Granger opens door for talks with Maduro
Kaieteur News

 – wants to discuss range of issues President David Granger is still willing to hold talks with Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro. In a brief interview with media operatives yesterday, the President said...

Guyana says oil rig leaves disputed waters
Jamaica Observer

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AFP) — An ExxonMobil rig that ignited a maritime boundary dispute between Guyana and Venezuela has now left the area, a Guyanese official said Monday, denying it was because of Venezuelan pressure.

Gov’t’s instruction to millers to take back rice a “backward step” – RPA
Kaieteur News

– has legal, economical ramifications By Jarryl Bryan Almost 300 containers of rice that were earmarked for shipment to Venezuela but were left sitting on a local wharf after Venezuela ordered a temporary halt to...

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