December 4, 2021

Haiti Tech Summit

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United Nations Foundation joins as a sponsor June 14, 2019 [Port au Prince, Haiti] The Haiti Tech Summit is pleased to announce that the United Nations Foundation will be joining the 3rd Annual Summit as a sponsor and launcher of the Haiti Tech Summit’s Health Innovation Hub. The United Nations Foundation’s works to build communities and incubate initiatives to support the UN […]

Global Counsel Awards 2018: Shortlist announced

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Global Counsel Awards in association with the Association of Corporate Counsel Lexology are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 12th annual Global Counsel Awards, held in association with the Association of Corporate Counsel. With the help of the ACC, we have conducted in-depth analysis of in-house lawyers and legal departments worldwide. More than 4,500 […]

Suspected case of Chikungunya investigated in Cayman

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Cayman Islands Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kiran Kumar, is confirming that a blood sample was sent on 25 June 2014 to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) in Trinidad to test for chikungunya and dengue. The sample was drawn after a resident, who travelled to one of the countries where there is an outbreak, […]

A massive great white shark just cruised into the Gulf of Mexico

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From Caribbean360 FLORIDA, United States, Thursday June 19, 2014 – Katharine, a 14-foot-long, 2,300-pound great white shark is making her way steadily towards the Texas coast. The largest ever recorded great white was 21 feet long. Katharine, the great white shark tracked in South Florida Katharine and another great white named Betsy were tagged by […]

Dangerous antibiotic-resistant superbug now found in food

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From Caribbean360 SASKATCHEWAN, Canada, Thursday June 19, 2014 – A dangerous antibiotic-resistant “superbug” has been found in the North American food supply for the first time, according to researchers from the University of Saskatchewan. The unwelcome discovery was made during routine testing of raw squid imported from South Korea, which revealed a strain of bacteria […]

Swimming with pigs in the Bahamas

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From Caribbean360 NASSAU, Bahamas, Thursday June 12, 2014 – While many Caribbean countries offer visitors the opportunity to swim with turtles, The Bahamas has gone one step further, extending an unusual and oddly attractive invitation to its guests to splash around with … er … pigs. Yes, you read that right. According to porknetwork.com, the […]