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‘Godzilla dust cloud’ from Sahara blankets Caribbean on its way to US

Associated Press From The Guardian Air quality sinks to hazardous levels as biggest cloud seen in a generation swamps region after transatlantic journey A vast cloud of Sahara dust is blanketing the Caribbean as it heads to the US with a size and concentration that experts say hasn’t been seen in half a century. Air quality across […]

The city of cars from a bird’s eye view

SEAT Martorell Seen from the sky, the SEAT Martorell facilities glow like a city where employees and innovation are at the forefront The factory workshops, the pioneering Technical Centre or the exclusive railway line to the port of Barcelona are some of the key features of this Smart City Martorell, 23/06/2020. They say that things […]

Kia Telluride named to 2020 Wards 10 Best Interiors List

Big, Bold and Boxy, Midsize SUV Lauded for Rugged Luxury Telluride delivers an abundance of premium materials, an array ofconvenience features and is brimming with technology Comfortable seating for up to eight combined with a powerful 291-hp 3.8-liter V6 and available active on-demand all-wheel drive, makes Telluridethe perfect road trip companion The 2020 Kia Telluride recently has been named one of Wards 10 Best Interiors for 2020. “The Ward’s […]

Trinidad-U.S. relations in the context of Venezuela and the Rio Treaty

By Wazim Mowla From Global Americans Trinidad & Tobago’s (TT) Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and his administration are in the midst of a heated exchange with representatives of the U.S. government, concerning the country’s recent interactions with Venezuela. In 2019, Rowley criticized the administration of President Donald Trump for designating TT a Tier 2 country […]

Save the Date – 30th June 2020 – Online World Premiere


OPINION: Really Hilary?

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green. June 22, 2020. Is there a time and place for apologising even if you are not personally guilty? Perhaps, but all situations are different. It is important to remember that apologising is not necessarily an admission of guilt; it can also be an admission of responsibility. Taking responsibility for something that […]

Coronavirus: Law360 Tue June 23 Briefing

From Media & Entertainment Law360 Tuesday, June 23, 2020 TOP NEWS Telework Still Reigns As NYC Firms Cleared To Reopen Offices New York City kicked off the second phase of its reopening plan Monday, freeing many companies to bring employees back into the office, but some law firms say ongoing coronavirus concerns are holding them […]

Concacaf Statement – 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf League to be postponed

Miami, FL (Tuesday, June 23, 2020) – The thoughts of everyone at Concacaf remain with the communities across our region affected by COVID-19. We continue to work with our stakeholders to ensure we are well prepared to restart our competitions as soon as it is safe to do so. We are encouraged by the leagues […]

Cayman: Greenlight Re donates US$100,000 to local charities

n response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Cayman Islands, local specialist property and casualty reinsurance company, Greenlight Re, has donated US$100,000 to charitable organizations helping Cayman residents most in need. Guided by its principles of caring for the Cayman community, Greenlight Re’s Charity Committee chose R3, ARK and the Cayman Food Bank as the three organizations […]

US: No surprise here — Media ignores COVID vaccine good news

By Mike Huckabee From Newsmax The mainstream media may not be paying as much attention to the coronavirus pandemic these days, but President Trump absolutely remains focused on delivering a cure to the American people. Through the ground-breaking “Operation Warp Speed,” the White House is pulling out all the stops to ensure we have a […]