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IMF Greece Mitsotakis

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva in Washington Tuesday (January 7) with a warm greeting and signaling the improvement in relations between his country and the Fund. Mitsotakis thanked Georgieva for her support of Greece and acknowledged that the relationship between Greece and the IMF has been difficult. During […]

4 trips that even your teens will think are cool

Finding the perfect trip for your whole family might be challenging, especially if they all vary in ages. Travelling with kids, particularly teenagers, either makes or breaks your vacation. You’ll want to make sure your youngsters are equally as excited about the upcoming trip. Alamo Rent A Car recommends the trendiest destinations, that even your teens will […]

NSA O’Brien: Soleimani taken out over plot to kill diplomats, soldiers

By Sandy Fitzgerald From Newsmax Iraqi Gen. Qassam Soleimani was taken out because the government had intelligence “which we believe was very strong” that showed the commander and those with whom he was plotting were “looking to kill American diplomats and soldiers in significant numbers” in upcoming days, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien said Tuesday. “I […]

Cayman: Truman Bodden Law School makes sense of Brexit

In a special lecture given by Laura Panades, students at the Truman Bodden Law School got to grips with the causes and consequences of “Brexit”. Brexit is a word used to describe “Britain’s Exit” from the European Union, a unique political and economic international organisation. The European Union exists to promote free and fair trade […]

The UWI Coventry Institute for Industry-Academic Partnership launched

The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica. Tuesday, January 7, 2020—The University of the West Indies (The UWI) and the University of Coventry in England have launched a UWI-Coventry Institute for Industry-Academic Partnership, dedicated to the promotion of an innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem across the Caribbean region. The new Institute will complement The UWI’s leadership role in […]

Sony’s Vision S electric car

Here’s Why Tesla Will Want to Take Note of Sony’s Vision S Electric Car Prototype By Jason Aten From Inc. The company showed off plenty of tech, but an electric car is making all the noise. At Sony’s media preview at CES on Monday, the company’s biggest news wasn’t the details of the upcoming PS5, or the 85-inch 8K televisions, which […]

Dive 4 – “Cayman’s Reefs Over Time: Responses and Actions”

From Reef Research Module Summary This module is a live dive highlighting some of CCMI’s recent research on the changing coral reef ecosystems of the Cayman Islands. Students and teachers are familiarized once again with the Reefs Go Live team and how to interactively ask questions throughout the live lesson. They are then taken on […]

The Editor speaks: Sex is more complicated than it once was

Once upon a time, as all good stories start, one’s sex (your gender) meant you were either male or female. It was that simple. Not anymore. The word “sex” to identify someone sexual orientation (gender) – male or female, is now removed by many countries. Belize is the latest country to change “sex” to “sexual […]

Cayman: Scripps scientists work to save a fish species from extinction

By Shalina Chatiani From KPBS Scientists dive off the coast of Little Cayman island in the Caribbean Sea equipped with video and audio technology. They’re recording the endangered Nassau grouper fish sing to each other. Scripps Institution of Oceanography ecologist Brice Semmens measures the magnitude of these songs to count how many fish there are. “We stick hydrophones, […]