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Grand Lucayan Sold to Royal Caribbean-Led Consortium

The government of the Bahamas has sold the Grand Lucayan to a partnership between Royal Caribbean International and Bahamas Port...

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The Habanos Festival Ended Its XXII Edition with The Gala Evening Dedicated to the 145th Anniversary of The Romeo Y Julieta Brand

The XXII Habanos Festival culminated this edition with the Gala Evening, marking a glittering end to a week packed with activities for...

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Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit Welcome LGBTQ Tourists

Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are known to be some of the friendliest destinations in the world by all types of travelers. For more...

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ITB Berlin Cancelled Over Coronavirus Fears

Organizers of the ITB Berlin tradeshow have been forced to cancel the annual event as the world continues to battle a coronavirus outbreak....

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Costa Ricans Would Have Different Treatment When Entering the United States

Costa Rica advances the process to enter Global Entry, with benefits that include expedited immigration procedures at select airports in...

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Cuba-COVID 19: 21 Confirmed Cases, Borders Restricted to Cuban Non-Residents

On Friday, Cuba announced a pack of measures aimed at controlling the spread of COVID-19 in the national territory, which includes border restrictions, and stopping the entry of tourists. A wide set of measures was announced by the Cuban President in the Mesa Redonda (Round Table) national TV and radio program that was aired from...

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Five New COVID-19 Cases in Cuba, Totaling 16 Confirmed Cases and One Dead

Cuban health authorities confirmed five new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing to 16 the total amount reported on the island. The information was disclosed during the daily COVID-19 meeting of Cuban authorities, headed by President Miguel Diaz-Canel. The Minister of Public Health, Dr. Jose Angel Portal Miranda, said that of the new...

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CARICOM Heads of States Agree on Coronavirus Protocol

A regional protocol setting out minimum standards for dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19) was agreed upon by CARICOM Heads of Government at the 8th Special Emergency Meeting in Barbados on Sunday. According to Stabroek News, the protocol is vital to avoid an outbreak of panic and fear in the Region, a statement from CARICOM said...

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Headline News

Guyana Election: Two Main Parties Declare Victory as Tensions Rise

Guyana is stuck in political deadlock after both main parties declared victory in the country’s election. President David Granger...

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Vatican Sends Sex Crime Investigators to Assist Mexican Church

Mexico is dealing with decades of clerical sexual abuse of children. The Vatican is sending its top two sex crimes investigators to Mexico...

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Haiti’s New Prime Minister Calls for Support In ‘Precarious’ Situation

Haitian Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe said on Wednesday during his first public appearance since his appointment by presidential decree that...

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Costa Rican Prosecutors Order Raids of President’s Offices for Data Privacy Investigation

The Attorney General’s Office of Costa Rica directed on Friday ten simultaneous raids on areas that included the headquarters of the...

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No Cases of Coronavirus in Cuba, Health Authorities Confirm

Authorities of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) of Cuba have declared that there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the...

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Airlines

Silver Airways Introduces Next-Gen ATR-600 Aircraft in Caribbean Routes

Silver Airways is introducing its new state-of-the-art ATR-600 series aircraft in the Caribbean. The ATR-600 series aircraft is...

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Airlines

Conviasa Receives International Certificate of Operation

This certification upsurges in context of political, unilateral and economic pressure from the U.S government against the Bolivarian...

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Airlines

United Airlines Reduces International, Domestic Flight Schedules

As a result of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, United Airlines will reduce its international and domestic flight schedules. According to...

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Rafael Cancel Miranda: Man, Who Shot Up Congress In ’54 In Name of Independence for Puerto Rico Dead At 89

Rafael Cancel Miranda, one of four people who opened fire at the United States Capitol building in 1954 in the name of independence for...

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Haiti Has 200 Beds Available to Isolate Coronavirus Patients

Haiti has some 200 beds available to isolate coronavirus cases and confront a possible spreading of COVID-19, which is already present in...

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Former UN Chief Javier Perez De Cuellar Dead At 100

Former UN chief Javier Perez de Cuellar, who was known for his peace-making efforts including brokering a ceasefire in the Iran-Iraq war,...

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Guatemala Children Forced to Work Six Days A Week

An investigation carried out by Britain’s Channel 4 shows children working on six farms in Guatemala, the largest coffee producer in...

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In Honduras And El Salvador, “Trade Union Leaders Are Vulnerable to Possible Assassination at Any Moment”

On an average day, Joel Almendares is counselling Honduran middle and high school students about how to excel in school and plan their...

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Cuba Denounces Again Anti Medical Collaboration Campaigns

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez today condemned the United States campaign against the island’s medical collaboration, which...

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Cuban President Reaffirms Willingness to Resist US Hostility

President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Friday reaffirmed Cuba’s will to resist the US aggressions, in the face of a new action by Washington...

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At Least 138 Salvadorans Deported by The U.S. Were Killed In El Salvador: Rights Group

At least 138 Salvadorans have been killed in the past seven years after being deported by U.S. authorities, a rights group said Wednesday...

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Trump: Administration ‘Very Strongly’ Considering Closing Southern Border Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

President Trump said the administration is “very strongly” considering closing the southern border to prevent the spread of the...

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Costa Rica Seizes 5 Tons of Cocaine Headed for Netherlands

Costa Rican officials say they have seized more than 5 tons of cocaine, the largest such haul in the Central American country’s history....

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Anti-Chinese Racism Condemned in Mexico

The Mexican newspaper La Jornada on Monday condemned racism against China hidden after the Wuhan 2019-nCoV coronavirus outbreak, and...

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Eastern Caribbean Countries Implement Programs in Education

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) today implements regional programs in the education sector in favor of the development...

Business

Economic impact of COVID-19 in Central America

Entrepreneurs in Central America agree that because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) effects on China, global supply chains have been...

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Havana Club Unveils “Tributo 2020” from Its Iconica Collection

Havana Club, the leading global rum in the super premium and above category, unveiled its much anticipated limited-edition and...

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Business

Spanish-Language Media Giant Univision Sold as Challenges Loom

Univision Communications Inc. is turning the page after a turbulent 14-year reign of private equity firms that soured on their investment....

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Health

WHO: 10 Ways to Protect Against the Coronavirus

The World Health Organization offered advice that included 10 tips for protecting against catching and spreading the virus. The...

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Health

What are the Types of Depression?

People with depression experience distinct periods — lasting at least 2 weeks — of sadness, low energy, and loss of interest in things...

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Health

Measles Makes Your Immune System’s Memory Forget Defenses Against Other Illnesses

New research shows the virus can have devastating effects on the immune system that persist much longer than the illness itself. Measles is...

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