U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehends 70 Haitians that reached Mona Island

Mona Island

AGUADILLA, Puerto Rico –U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol Agents apprehended Sunday afternoon 70 undocumented Haitian migrants that landed Saturday evening in Mona Island.

Dr. Myles Munroe, wife Ruth, among 9 killed in Bahamas plane crash

Dr. Myles Munroe and wife Ruth

Dr. Myles Munroe, the leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries, was killed Sunday when the plane he was in hit a construction crane, exploded and crashed in the Bahamas.

Munroe's wife, Ruth, was reported also among the 9 victims of the crash in Grand Bahama.

Customs and Border Protection makes $37M Cocaine Bust in Caribbean Sea

Customs and Border Protection at work

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine P-3 Orion Long Range Tracker aircraft performing a patrol of the Caribbean Sea aided in the recovery of approximately 3,317 pounds of cocaine valued at more than $37,625,000.

Turning dreams into reality: Supporting community forest-based businesses - CANARI Press Release

Port of Spain, April 22, 2014:  The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has awarded three grants of US$5,000 to improve rural livelihoods through strengthening community businesses based on the sustainable use of forests.  Grants have been awarded to the Brasso Seco Paria

Caribbean Green Economy Action Learning Group represented at international OECD expert workshop on green growth - CANARI

CANARI logo_Page_1.jpg

Port of Spain, March 6, 2014: Dr. Michael Witter, member of the Caribbean Green Economy Action Learning Group, recently attended an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) ENVIRONET Expert Workshop on Green Growth, Development Planning and Policy to share Caribbean perspectives and experiences on green economy.  A brief interview with Dr.

Magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck offshore Barbados

A magnitude 6.5 earthquake stuck the Caribbean approximately 106 miles (170km) NNE of Bathsheba, Barbados at around 05:27:13 local time (09:27:13 UTC).

Coast Guard offloads $37 million of cocaine seized in a raid on the Caribbean Sea

Crewmembers off-load 2500 lbs of cocaine from Coast Guard Cutter Sitkinak. Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Crystalynn Kneen

This drug interdiction marks the first time an armed U.S. Coast Guard helicopter embarked on a foreign flagged military vessel in support of counterdrug operations.

Strengthening Dominican fisherfolk to participate in governance - Canari Press Release

Participants discussing the challenges faced by fisherfolk organisations in Dominica.  January 21, 2014 (Photo credit: CANARI)

Port of Spain.  January 24, 2014 - Over 20 fisherfolk leaders from the National Association of Fisherfolk Cooperatives (NAFCOOP) and its affiliate cooperatives participated in a National Fisherfolk Workshop, in Dominica, from January 20 to 21.  This workshop was aimed at strengthening the capacities of the fisherfolk organisations in Dominica to become b

'The Black Hornet' - Caribbean's greatest WWII pilot

Phillip Louis Ulric Cross, 1917-2013: World War II Royal Air Force Squadron Leader (139 “Jamaica” Squadron), DFC, DSO

Phillip Louis Ulric Cross, 1917-2013: World War II Royal Air Force Squadron Leader (139 “Jamaica” Squadron), DFC, DSO, who later held the position of Chief Liaison Officer for Demobilization of all Colonial Forces

Merry Christmas!!!!

Merry Christmas 2013

Merry Christmas from the staff of Caribbean Community Live

May your lives be filled with health, happiness, love, laughter and success. A special thanks to the viewers for your unwavering support.

Support Caribbean Community Live

If you would like to support the work of Caribbean Community Live donate here

Recent comments