By Nelson A. King - US Correspondent
Outraged by the death of a Chateaubelair woman a day after police raided her home, reportedly looking for illegal weapons, a United States soldier is spearheading a protest vigil today, Friday, March 7 in that North Leeward town.
Chairman of LIAT’s Dr Jean Holder
LIAT cannot continue to provide services to 21 countries and only four put funds into this operation. After years of dialogue with countries, and “mouth service” from other investors, LIAT is ready to take action.
Venezuela's President severed diplomatic relations with Panama Wednesday, accusing the Central American nation of being a "lackey" for the United States in a conspiracy plot against his government.
Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves says the issuance of the e-passport is in keeping with the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) security resolution 1624 of 2005, which, he says, sought to enhance the security of the country’s travel documents.
Veteran sprinter Kim Collins has been left off of the St Kitts/Nevis team to the upcoming World Indoor Championships in Poland, according to information out of the Caribbean twin-island state.