August 5, 2021

Belize stands to lose $30 million if African Swine Fever were to attack the pig industry

Minister Jose Abelardo Mai said Belize stands to lose $30 million if the African Swine Fever were to attack the pig industry.
August 5, 2021

Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Dr Ralph Gonsalves injured in protest

Fiery protests are happening in the capital city of Kingstown concerning amendments to the Public Health Act, Loop News reports.
August 2, 2021

United States beat Mexico 1-0 to claim Concacaf Gold Cup Final on Sunday

The Americans celebrated in front of the 60,000 fans at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was just their second victory in seven finals [...]
July 30, 2021

OAS postpones meeting to debate Cuba after Caricom countries threaten boycott

The OAS made the announcement on Wednesday the same day the Council was to have met virtually to discuss the situation in Cuba.
July 28, 2021

Today is World Hepatitis Day, COVID-19 pandemic disrupts health services, threatens elimination of hepatitis in Latin America and the Caribbean

“Elimination of viral hepatitis B and C infections by 2030 is an achievable goal for improving health and well-being throughout the Americas,” said Pan American Health [...]
July 27, 2021

CARICOM observers rule St Lucia election fair as Labour Party returned with landslide

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was invited to send a CARICOM Election Observation Mission (CEOM) to observe the conduct of the General Elections. Their preliminary report suggests [...]
July 27, 2021

Former Prime Ministers Said Musa and Dean Barrow sign “Let Cuba Live” open letter

The Cuban embassy in Belize made the announcement that the two former Prime Ministers signed the letter, on Monday via its official Facebook page.
July 26, 2021

CARICOM monitoring General Elections in St. Lucia

The CARICOM Observers have been at it all day from the opening of the polls this morning until the tabulation and announcement of the results.