Posts Tagged ‘caribbean’

2021 Latin America And The Caribbean In Review: The Pink Tide Rises Again

Above Photo: The then-presidents of Argentina, Ecuador and Peru, and the presidents of Brazil, Colombia and Chile at La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, March 22, 2019. Esteban Felix / AP. US policy towards Latin America and the Caribbean continued in a seamless transition from Trump to Biden, but the terrain over which it […]

Royal Caribbean Says 48 Passengers Test Positive for Omicron Variant on Ship

The Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas, is seen moored in the Port of Miami on Aug. 1, 2021. (Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images) Royal Caribbean Group said on Monday 48 people on its Symphony of the Seas cruise ship tested positive for COVID-19, fueling concerns that the new Omicron variant of the […]

Hunger In Latin America And the Caribbean Rose By 13.8 Million People In Just One Year, Says UN Report

Hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean is at its highest point since 2000, after a 30 percent increase in the number of people suffering hunger from 2019 to 2020, says a new UN report. According to the Regional Overview of Food Security and Nutrition 2021, in just one year, and in the context of the […]

Caribbean Island Skull Reveals Evidence of Old World Leprosy, Study

A ground-breaking recent leprosy research study published in the International Journal of Paleopathology used the fragments of a skull found on an uninhabited Caribbean island called Petite Musique to reveal more about this Biblical disease. Using radiocarbon dating, the study proved the existence of leprosy in the Caribbean roughly 200 years ago. What makes this […]

Coral disease spreading in Caribbean linked to wastewater from ships

Image Credit: ScienceNews A deadly coral disease took over Florida’s reef tract in 2014 and now is rapidly spreading around the Caribbean; the infection may be a result of ballast water from ships, according to new research. The infection, called stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD) has the potential to be the most deadly coral […]

Royal Caribbean: Cruise liner cleared of wrongdoing in falling death of toddler

Royal Caribbean has been cleared of wrongdoing in the 2019 case of a toddler who fell to her death out of an open cruise ship window. Business Insider reported that a Florida judge threw out the lawsuit on Tuesday that was filed by the Indiana parents of Chloe Wiegand. The young girl, who was 18-months-old […]

Graveyard of the Caribbean: What Shipwrecks Lie In Antigua’s Waters?

In human history, there are many tragic events that are both historical and mysterious. Humans invent things, discover things, and often face many hurdles in their journey of discovery. One of the most common ways of navigation and exploration for man has been sailing or seafaring. Although humans have found new means of transport today, […]

Caribbean Animal Extinctions Began With The Conquistadors, Says Study

The beautiful, inhabited archipelago of islands in the south of the Caribbean, called Guadeloupe, was sighted by conquistador Christopher Columbus, in 1493, and the Caribbean became part of the “New World.” A recent study shows that Caribbean animal extinctions were non-existent until Europeans began “cultivating” their new territories. And by extension climate change also began […]

IsraAID Sending Team of Responders to Caribbean in Wake of Volcano Eruption

Volcanic eruption from La Soufrière in the Caribbean. Photo: Screenshot. – IsraAID is sending a team of Israeli emergency responders to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, a chain of islands in the Caribbean, where a volcano on the main island has been spewing ash since earlier this month, endangering lives and homes. More than […]

Volcano Erupts in Caribbean, PM says will Evacuate ONLY Vaccinated, the Unvaccinated can Die in Lava like in Pompei

    As a volcanic eruption cast a pall of ash over the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, tens of thousands fled – but eyebrows were raised after the island nation’s PM said they weren’t going anywhere without a Covid shot. The La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted on […]

“Explosive” volcanic eruption rocks Caribbean island St Vincent

ROSE HALL, St Vincent and the Grenadines – La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent erupted on Friday after decades of inactivity, sending dark plumes of ash and smoke billowing into the sky and forcing thousands from surrounding villages to evacuate.Dormant since 1979, the volcano started showing signs of activity in […]

Canadian Minister Jetted To Caribbean While Lecturing People To ‘Sacrifice’ Holidays

A UN official tasked with monitoring extrajudicial killings warns that examples of lockdown flouters being targeted by excessive force and cruelty are “multiplying” across the globe. “The number of allegations of police killings and their excessive use of force that I have received and have been reading are deeply concerning,” said Agnes Calamard. “Graphic accounts […]

False Tsunami Warning Issued Across The US East Coast And Caribbean

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Going Underground – Red International Black Caribbean – Communists in NYC, Mexico & the West Indies w/ Prof Stevens

Going Underground – Red International Black Caribbean – Communists in NYC, Mexico & the West Indies w/ Prof Stevens Going Underground with Afshin We speak to Professor Margaret Stevens, author of ‘Red International and Black Caribbean’, about the continued fight against NATO nation imperialism being waged today by the world’s working classes. LIKE Going […]


AFTER 1492 CARIBBEAN JEWS BUILT PLANTATIONS & EXPLOITED SLAVES TO BECOME WEALTHY & HELPED BUILD THE SLAVE TRADE OUT OF NEWPORT RHODE ISLAND Romanticized Image of Jews in the Caribbean History of the Jews of the Caribbean, by Ralph G.Bennett Click for Source Article on Caribbean Jews 1992 Was 500th anniversary of landing of Columbus […]

Hurricane Jose threatens further destruction in Caribbean (IMAGES)

READ MORE: Stream of planes flees Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma (IMAGES) On Friday, 21 people were killed and thousands displaced in the eastern Caribbean as Irma battered Cuba and the Bahamas. Now, near-category 5 Hurricane Jose is following a similar path, with the islands of St. Martin and St. Barthelemy expected to feel the […]

Hurricane Irma Makes Landfall in Caribbean

Forecasters call Category 5 storm ‘potentially catastrophic’ with maximum sustained winds of up to 185 miles an hour Hurricane Irma made its first landfall in the northeast Caribbean early Wednesday after growing into one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, prompting evacuations in Florida and disrupting air and sea travel. The […]

[WATCH] Cop Who Killed 6-Year-Old Boy Allowed to Take Caribbean Vacation Before Trial

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The Jewish Pirates Who Ruled the Caribbean

The Jewish Pirates Who Ruled the Caribbean History BY Andrew Paul June 3, 2015 Guess who paid Pirates to loot ships for them… yep the jews as always. As European nations pushed westward in a mad dash for colonies from the 16th to 18th centuries, the Caribbean became a pirate’s paradise. Legendary sailors like Edward […]

US General: ISIS Presence In Caribbean Major Security Problem

The Islamic State (ISIS) militant group is on the march throughout the world, appearing in all places, including the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. The Pentagon looks for ISIS wherever it can and usually finds it conveniently living among pissed-off Muslims, inciting them to fight the infidel US. And so the war of on terror […]

US/NATO ally set to double beheadings this year

     Saudi Arabia has already executed 82 people this year and is on course to behead twice as many prisoners as it did in 2015, according to new statistics compiled by a leading human rights organisation likely to raise fresh concerns about the UK’s close ties to the Kingdom. The British Government has been urged […]

Turkey helps Islamic State (Daesh) recruit militants: Russia

From: The Russian ambassador to the UN says Turkey is assisting Daesh militants in recruiting fellow Takfiris from the Caucasus and Central Asia to join the foreign-backed militancy in Syria. Vitaly Churkin made the comments in a February 10 letter sent to the UN Security Council, explaining that Daesh recruiters […]

New GMO apple is a health hazard, but the USDA approved it anyway

     Even the apple industry is opposed to what detractors have dubbed the “botox apple.” After decades of promises from the biotech industry that genetically engineered (GE) food would feed the world, cure the sick, reduce agricultural dependence on toxic chemicals, and save countless crops from imminent collapse, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a […]

Universal Vaccinations for Children will be Overseen by Committee which Accepts Vaccine Manufacturer Monies

Janet Phelan (NEO) : A House of Representatives Bill, short titled “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015,” has been referred to the Subcommittee on Health and is awaiting committee action. HR  2232 was introduced by Frederica Wilson, Democrat from Florida and is largely modeled on the California student vaccination act, which was signed into law by […]

Death toll rises to 59 as heavy rains lash Tamil Nadu, India

     Tamil Nadu continued to experience monsoon fury on Sunday, with heavy rains pounding various parts of the state under the influence of a well marked low pressure area over Bay of Bengal, as the death toll from rain-related incidents climbed to 59. There seemed to be no respite from the downpour with many parts […]

Dust particles from afar

The Ulysses mission was a joint project of NASA and ESA. One of the missions’s goals was to measure interstellar dust particles that make their way into the solar system. Credit: ESA When in 1990 the solar probe Ulysses embarked on its 19-year-long exploration tour, the participating researchers turned their attention not only to our […]

Irene: Caribbean, U.S. Threat Aug 22, 2011 Hurricane Irene became the first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season early Monday morning as it moved offshore of Puerto Rico. Hurricane Irene is now forecast to become stronger over the next 5 days, since its center is expected to track over less land in the Caribbean, tracking toward Florida and […]

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