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HAITI-POLITICS-Former president Duvalier hospitalised says attorney

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Mar 5, CMC – Former president Jean Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier has been hospitalised, but his lawyer Reynold Georges has declined to name the medical institution where his client is receiving treatment. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-COURT-CCJ begins hearing evidence in historic sitting in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mar 5, CMC – The lead attorney for the Barbados government, Queen Counsel Roger Forde, will continue his cross examination of Jamaican Shanique Myrie on Tuesday as the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) continues its first ever sitting here in the case in which the Jamaican national has sued Barbados. ... Full story

BARBADOS-POLITICS-Former PM looking forward to writing his memoirs

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 5, CMC – Two weeks after he failed in his bid to regain the position of prime minister of Barbados, Owen Arthur is now indicating that he intends writing his memoirs after having had a “wonderful life” in politics. ... Full story

My Wonderful life in politics

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 5, CMC – Two weeks after he failed in his bid to regain the position of prime minister of Barbados, Owen Arthur is now indicating that he intends writing his memoirs after having had a “wonderful life” in politics. ... Full story

JAMAICA-AGRICULTURE-Government pleased with earnings from ginger and turmeric

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Marr 5, CMC – Jamaica says it earned nearly J$300 million (One Jamaica dollar = US$0.01 cents) from the cultivation and sale of ginger and turmeric last year. ... Full story

ST. VINCENT-POLITICS-Opposition Leader denies asking Britain to investigate Harlequin

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Mar 5, CMC - Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace has denied asking Britain’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) to investigate Harlequin Property, which owns the Buccament Bay Resort here, after the company’s chairman, Dave Ames, wrote to investors on the issue. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-DEVELOPMENT-ECLAC says Caribbean to assess progress in sustainable development agenda

SANTIAGO, Chile, Mar 5, CMC - The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) says it will hold a three-day conference to review progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-FISHERIES-US says research in the Caribbean may result in better protection for depleted fish species

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Mar 5, CMC - The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says esearch in the Caribbean may result in better protection for depleted fish species. ... Full story

CRICKET-WOMEN-RESULT West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 34 runs – 3rd T20I

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, Mar 5, CMC – West Indies Women defeated Sri Lanka Women by 34 runs in the third Twenty20 International at the R Premadasa Stadium here Tuesday. ... Full story

GRENADA-POLITICS-Former prime minister remains at helm of opposition party

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Mar 5, CMC – Less than a month after he was voted out of office, former prime minister Tillman Thomas remains at the helm of the now opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC). ... Full story

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