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FILA’s Laura Siegemund triumphant in New York, wins first Women’s Grand Slam Doubles Title at U.S. Open

(FILA Luxembourg S.à r.l.) – FILA sponsored tennis player Laura Siegemund captured her first U.S. Open Women’s Doubles title Friday afternoon with partner Vera Zvonareva – defeating the No.3 seeded team of Nicole Melichar and Xu Yifan in straight sets 6-4, 6-4. Playing their first tournament together, the unseeded duo dominated the fortnight in New York, […]

CHTA Education Foundation and Dominica’s Secret Bay team up to support hospitality training

MIAMI, Florida (September 13, 2020) – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) and Dominica’s award-winning Secret Bay boutique resort are joining forces to support the professional development of the region’s hospitality workers.  All proceeds from the raffle of a five-night stay for two at the exclusive property will go toward providing Caribbean […]

US: Trump boasts ‘Favored Nation’ Order to lower drug prices

By Eric Mack   President Donald Trump signed an executive order Sunday aimed at lowering drug prices in the United States by linking them to those of other nations. Trump tweeted Sunday: “Just signed a new Executive Order to LOWER DRUG PRICES! My Most Favored Nation order will ensure that our Country gets the same low price Big […]

U.S. considers ban on cotton from Uyghur Region

September 13, 2020 News Digest OUR CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN THE NEWS Law & Policy U.S. prepares to block cotton imports from Uyghur Region Last week, Freedom United signed a petition calling on the U.S. to block cotton imports from the Uyghur Region on account of the pervasive system of forced labor present there. Less than […]

New normal

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Everything seems normal, right, until we hear something different. Then it all changes. We don’t notice things until what we have come to accept as right is changed. We don’t notice there’s no body to a cymbal until we hear one that has it. Or we don’t notice a […]

Trump calls for ‘Animal’ who shot LA cops to face death

By Eric Mack From Newsmax Responding to a disturbing video of a suspect shooting two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, President Donald Trump called for a “fast trial death penalty” for the shooter if the deputies die. Trump tweeted, sharing the L.A. County Sheriff’s tweet showing video of the shooting: “Animals that must be hit hard!” […]

Converting opportunities to jobs – Basil Springer Column (August 31, 2020)

By Basil Springer “So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.” – Galatians 6:10 Over the past week, amidst the despair over the battle to restore jobs and livelihoods in the face of the pandemic disaster, I was exposed to many […]

The Publisher speaks: Buy Caymanian

By Joan Wilson I am 100 percent behind the initiative to Buy Caymanian since the ravages of the coronaviris that has changed our lifestyle all over the world. I have always been for buying Caymanian and in 2012 iNews Cayman published my poem about this very subject. It therefore seemed appropriate to republish it again […]

A green recovery of Latin America and the Caribbean is possible and necessary

by Carlos Felipe Jaramillo The climate crisis in our region is not going away.  Climate, like the COVID-19 crisis, takes the greatest toll on the most vulnerable people in the region. In terms of migration alone, there could be as many as 17 million climate refugees across the region by 2050 from areas where livelihood systems […]