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St.Kitts-Nevis Government Launches Investigation into UNAUTHORISED Herpes Vaccine Trials

ST. KITTS- NEVIS – The Government of St.Kitts-Nevis has issued a statement regarding reports of Herpes Vaccines Tests taking place on St.Kitts . The government has stated categorically that they nor any arm or chief servant of government had any knowledge of the Southern Illinois University supported tests which have been reported to have taken place in St.Kitts since 2016. ...

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St.Kitts-Nevis Government Launches Investigation into UNAUTHORISED Herpes Vaccine Trials

ST. KITTS- NEVIS – The Government of St.Kitts-Nevis has issued a statement regarding reports of Herpes Vaccines Tests taking place on St.Kitts . The government has stated categorically that they nor any arm or chief servant of government had any knowledge of the Southern Illinois University supported tests which have been reported to have taken place in St.Kitts since 2016. ...

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Former Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General Arrested

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – In an unexpected turn of events former Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General Anand Ramlogan was arrested and taken to police headquarters for interrogation this morning. According to the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, around 6 a.m., police officers led by Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Harold Phillip went to Ramlogan’s home where they informed him he was under arrest for ...

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Former Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General Arrested

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – In an unexpected turn of events former Trinidad and Tobago Attorney General Anand Ramlogan was arrested and taken to police headquarters for interrogation this morning. According to the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, around 6 a.m., police officers led by Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Harold Phillip went to Ramlogan’s home where they informed him he was under arrest for ...

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Details Emerging About a New Resort Coming to the Cayman Islands

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Howard Hospitality Group (HHG), an international hotel investor, developer and operator, has revealed the latest details surrounding a development planned for the former Pageant Beach site in Grand Cayman. The company recently submitted plans for a US$285 million new-build property, which will feature a 456-room resort and condominiums. Designed to showcase the site’s pristine beachfront ...

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Details Emerging About a New Resort Coming to the Cayman Islands

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – Howard Hospitality Group (HHG), an international hotel investor, developer and operator, has revealed the latest details surrounding a development planned for the former Pageant Beach site in Grand Cayman. The company recently submitted plans for a US$285 million new-build property, which will feature a 456-room resort and condominiums. Designed to showcase the site’s pristine beachfront ...

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Two Caribbean Destinations Make Best Romantic Getaways List

CASTRIES, St Lucia – Two Caribbean destinations have made it on the US News & World Report’s list of 20 best honeymoon destinations released this week. In fact, St Lucia was high on the list, taking fourth spot ahead of places like Paris, Rome, Maui, Bali and Florence; while the US Virgin Islands (USVI) was listed at number 19. US ...

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Two Caribbean Destinations Make Best Romantic Getaways List

CASTRIES, St Lucia – Two Caribbean destinations have made it on the US News & World Report’s list of 20 best honeymoon destinations released this week. In fact, St Lucia was high on the list, taking fourth spot ahead of places like Paris, Rome, Maui, Bali and Florence; while the US Virgin Islands (USVI) was listed at number 19. US ...

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Court Dismisses Last Lawsuit Against UN Over Haiti Cholera Epidemic

NEW YORK, United States – A US federal judge has thrown out the last class-action lawsuit that had been filed against the United Nations (UN) over the 2010 cholera epidemic in Haiti. The suit had contended that the UN should take responsibility for the outbreak because the illness was introduced by its peacekeepers from Nepal. But in her ruling yesterday, ...

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Court Dismisses Last Lawsuit Against UN Over Haiti Cholera Epidemic

NEW YORK, United States – A US federal judge has thrown out the last class-action lawsuit that had been filed against the United Nations (UN) over the 2010 cholera epidemic in Haiti. The suit had contended that the UN should take responsibility for the outbreak because the illness was introduced by its peacekeepers from Nepal. But in her ruling yesterday, ...

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