Travel

WTTC Research Finds Slower-Than-Expected Travel and Tourism Recovery

A lack of international coordination, severe travel restrictions and slower vaccination rates in some parts of the world are hampering the...

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Sandals Resorts Celebrates Historic Milestone

Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its flagship couples-only brand, Sandals Resorts. Since opening...

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Nevis Tourism Launches Revamped Website with Mango Sweepstakes

The Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA) unveiled a revamped website featuring a modernized design and easy navigation, said NTA officials. The...

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Travel

Marriott Expands All-Inclusive Offering with Autograph Collection Properties

Marriott has added 20 Autograph Collection properties to its all-inclusive offering. The resorts span Mexico, Dominican Republic, Jamaica,...

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Travel

French Tourists Increase Presence in Cuba’s Heritage Cities

French tourists are the fifth most important group in Cuba and their presence has increased in the country’s heritage cities, Diana...

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Breaking news

UN Chief: ‘Time to Rethink, Transform, And Safely Restart Tourism’

Tourism “touches almost every part of our economies and societies”, enabling the historically marginalized, and “those at risk of being left behind, to benefit from development”, declared UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Monday, marking World Tourism Day.  The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism could result in a...

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Panama-Scared Pandora Papers Leak Will Cause ‘Irreparable Damage’

Panama fears that the International Consortium of Investigative Ghetto Journalists (ICIJ) ‘s new revelation on financial privacy in global tax havens could cause irreparable damage. The Panamanian government said the damage could be “irreparable”, in a letter to the ICIJ through a law firm, citing the “Panama Papers” scandal...

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Cuba Has Suffered the Consequences of Terrorism for Decades

In the defense of its independence, sovereignty and dignity, Cuba has suffered the consequences of terrorist acts for decades, Cuba’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Pedro Luis Pedroso, recalled on Wednesday. On his official Twitter account, the diplomat underscored how those actions killed 3,478 people and injured...

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Headline News

The Border Violence Against Haitians Reflects US Racial Ideology

It is not a coincidence that Haitians have the lowest asylum acceptance rates in the US and are deported en masse. Travelling on a dirt...

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Satanic Rituals, Forced Cannibalism: The Kidnappings and Extortions of Central American Migrants

Denis Sanabria hadn’t slept well for five days and felt that the emptiness in the pit of his stomach augured bad news. On that April day,...

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New Study Supports That Vaccination Reduces the Spread Of COVID-19

A new study published by the University of Oxford suggests that being vaccinated against COVID-19 reduces the spread of both the alpha and...

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Honduras’ President at U.N. Denies Ties to Drug Trafficking

In a bizarre speech to the UN General Assembly, Honduras’ president defended his crimefighting chops and hinted that convicted drug...

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New Haitian Caravan Heading for U.S. Border In 20 Days, Activist Says

A migrant advocate in Southern Mexico says a Haitian caravan will depart for the U.S. border from Tapachula around Oct. 25 – with or...

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Airlines

Viva Aerobus’ November Schedule To Cuba

On Saturday Sept 25th, the airline’s inaugural flight to Varadero arrived from Mexico City. The company’s Airbus A320 landed at the...

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Airlines

United Is Adding 3 New Routes to The Caribbean, Latin America

The latest pandemic-era network adjustment spells good news for the Caribbean and Latin America. United Airlines is adding three new routes...

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Airlines

Global Airline Industry Sees $201bn in COVID-Related Losses

Airline losses from the coronavirus pandemic are set to surpass $200 billion as travel curbs weigh on corporate and long-haul demand well...

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White House Says U.S. and Panama Officials Discussed Infrastructure Needs in Meetings

A U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser met with Panama’s president, Laurentino Cortizo, and other officials to discuss the Central...

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These Are the Cartels That Capture, Extort and Torture Migrants In 8 Mexican States

Every night, César cleans the manure off his only pair of sneakers. He works at a stable taking care of cows and calves, but he doesn’t...

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Panama Remains on The List of EU Tax Havens

Panamanian experts questioned the decision of the European Union to keep Panama on its list of tax havens because it ignores efforts in the...

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Migrant Crisis Could Bring 1M People To US-Mexico Border, Guatemalan Activist Warns

The “root causes” of migration have only worsened since VP Kamala Harris’ June visit to Central America, the activist claims....

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Jamaicans Encouraged To Take Vaccine

Jamaica Minister of Health and Wellness encouraged Jamaicans to take the COVID-19 vaccine as the country has plenty of supplies available....

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How Hope, Fear and Misinformation Led Thousands of Haitians to the U.S. Border

Some left to find work. Others to escape violence or racial discrimination in other countries. But many believe ‘there is nothing to go...

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Haiti’s Former PM Denies Links to Pandora Papers

Haiti’s former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe denied today his active link with offshore companies as he took office from 2012 to...

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Guatemala’s Former Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Faces Arrest

Guatemalan officials confirmed Friday they are trying to arrest a fired anti-corruption prosecutor whose ouster led the United States to...

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El Salvador to Begin Giving Third Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

El Salvador will begin administering a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to various groups including the elderly, health workers and people...

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80 Politicians and Families Among 3,000 Mexicans Who Used Foreign Tax Havens

Political figures and members of their families are among more than 3,000 Mexicans who appear in the Pandora Papers, the biggest ever trove...

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Cuba Vaccinates Children as Young As 2 In Strategy to Reopen Schools, Economy

The Cuban children sat in a Havana hospital watching a brightly painted clown perform his earsplitting act. They were not there for the...

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COVID-19 Infections Spread Through Gorillas at Atlanta Zoo

Atlanta’s zoo says at least 13 western lowland gorillas have tested positive for COVID-19, including 60-year-old Ozzie, the oldest male...

Business

Guatemala Eyes Joining S. Korea-Central America FTA

South Korea’s trade ministry said Tuesday it is currently under negotiations with Guatemala to invite the Central American country to...

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Business

Mexico Launches Reform to Put State in Charge of Power Market

Mexico’s leftist government on Friday pitched a constitutional reform to boost state control of the electricity market, in a move to...

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Business

El Salvador Has Just Started Mining Bitcoin Using the Energy from Volcanoes

El Salvador has mined 0.00599179 bitcoin, or about $269, with power harnessed from a volcano. President Nayib Bukele – who has banked his...

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Health

Vasectomy A Possible Option: No-Scalpel Surgery

For dozens of years there has been the ingrained concept that the woman was in charge of stopping procreation and undergoing the risky...

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Health

Avon Brand Continues to Set Trends in the World of Cosmetics

Advancing the development of new technologies aimed at meeting the aesthetic needs of its customers, while contributing to maintaining a...

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Health

COVID-19 Virus Is Air-Transmitted and Can Spread Beyond Two Meters, CDC Says

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledged on Friday that the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind the coronavirus pandemic...

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