Cuba Takes Measures To Boost Food Production

Cattle production workers will be able to sell meats directly in domestic markets in local currency, Euros, or US dollars. Cuba's President Miguel Diaz-Canel Tuesday informed on new measures to stimulate food production in his country, which is heavily affected by the...

Haiti Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe Resigns

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC)— Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe has announced his resignation with President Jovenel Moise saying that his departure “will make it possible to address the glaring problem of insecurity” in the country. Moise said he since appointed...

Antigua sends first shipment of supplies to St. Vincent and the Grenadines

The National Office of Disaster Services (NODS) has shipped a 20-foot container of supplies to St. Vincent to assist residents there who have been displaced by the recent volcanic eruption. Among the items which left the island last evening (Mon.)...

La Soufriere Latest Ash Plume Already Halfway To Barbados

LaSoufriere's latest volcanic ash emission is already halfway to Barbados. The ash plume was seen on satellite drifting east to the east-southeast. Ashfall is possible on the island within 1-2 hours. NEMO the National Emergency Management Organisation says the ongoing...

50 T&T Defence Force Soldiers Will Sail To St Vincent Today

Members of the T&T Defence Force will sail to St Vincent today on the Galleons Passage vessel to carry supplies and assist the eruption-ravaged island– and the vessel will also bring home T&T nationals who are in St Vincent. This...

Saint Lucia Preparing For 300 Vincentian Evacuees

Saint Lucia is initially preparing to receive 300 Vincentian evacuees after La Soufriere volcano erupted on Friday morning. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet made the disclosure Friday afternoon. And Chastanet said he was proud that OECS nationals have been coming forward...