Home » Caribbean News (page 16)

Caribbean News

Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – St. Lucia

Today’s Caribbean travel photo of the day spotlights on the UNESCO Heritage site of Saint Lucia – the magnificent Pitons located near the town of Soufrière. The magnificent twin spires are the Gros Piton, which is 2,530 ft. high, and the Petit Piton, which is 2,438 ft. high. They are linked by the Piton Mitan ridge. The post Caribbean Travel ...

Read More »

As Donald Trump Tightens Immigration Loopholes TLC Keeps The Spotlight On The K-1 Visa

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Oct. 30, 2018: While the Donald Trump administration is ramping up deportation and shuttering the door on legal immigration, TLC is keeping the spotlight on the K-1 Visa with the reality TV show, ‘90 Day Fiance.’ The show has offered a unique look into the world of international dating and matrimony ...

Read More »

This Caribbean Nation Has Had 7 Earthquakes In 7 Days

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 29, 2018: A Caribbean island has been shaken 7 times in the past seven days by earthquakes as high as 5.1 on the Richter scale, according to the University of the West Indies, (UWI) Seismic Unit. The increase from 5 in five days to seven in 7 days occurred in ...

Read More »

Five Things To Know About Brazil’s ‘Donald Trump’

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Mon. Oct. 29, 2018:  Brazil has a new right-wing President who many are now calling the “Donald Trump” of Brazil after he won Brazil’s presidential election on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018. Here are five things you should know about the new leader of the largest nation in South America: 1: He ...

Read More »

Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Martinique

This Caribbean monument is located in the French Caribbean island of Martinique and represents a tribute to the island’s history of slavery. The Anse Canard Slave Memorial is located on the shores of Le Diamant in Martinique and was completed in 1998 as a tribute to the 150th anniversary of the emancipation of slavery in the French West Indies. The ...

Read More »

Senator Kamala Harris’ Jamaican Roots Press Secretary Dead At 30

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: Tyrone Gayle, the Jamaican-American press secretary of Caribbean roots Senator Kamala Harris, passed away Thursday night after a battle with colon cancer. He was just weeks shy of his 31 birthday and only recently been married. Gayle was born to Jamaican parents Ann Gayle, a nurse at ...

Read More »

Will The Estimated 2.3 Million Naturalized Caribbean Citizens Vote?

By NAN Staff Writer  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: The count-down is on to the much-anticipated Nov. 6th mid-term election, with early voting beginning in several states across the U.S., including in Florida, where Caribbean nationals make up a large percentage of the state. But while a lot has been said of moves in various parts ...

Read More »

Will The Estimated 2.3 Million Naturalized Caribbean Citizens Vote?

By NAN Staff Writer  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: The count-down is on to the much-anticipated Nov. 6th mid-term election, with early voting beginning in several states across the U.S., including in Florida, where Caribbean nationals make up a large percentage of the state. But while a lot has been said of moves in various parts ...

Read More »

Will The Estimated 2.3 Million Naturalized Caribbean Citizens Vote?

By NAN Staff Writer  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: The count-down is on to the much-anticipated Nov. 6th mid-term election, with early voting beginning in several states across the U.S., including in Florida, where Caribbean nationals make up a large percentage of the state. But while a lot has been said of moves in various parts ...

Read More »

Will The Estimated 2.3 Million Naturalized Caribbean Citizens Vote?

By NAN Staff Writer  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Fri. Oct. 26, 2018: The count-down is on to the much-anticipated Nov. 6th mid-term election, with early voting beginning in several states across the U.S., including in Florida, where Caribbean nationals make up a large percentage of the state. But while a lot has been said of moves in various parts ...

Read More »