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St Vincent to use EU visa waiver to lobby Canada

Camillo-Gonsalves w504-5555KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – St Vincent and the Grenadines will use the visa-free travel agreement it signed with the European Union last week to re-launch its lobby for the reinstatement of a similar privilege for Vincentian passport holders wishing to travel to Canada, Foreign Minister Camillo Gonsalves has said.

 

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President's visit should improve regional relations, says White House

obama577KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) - This week’s visit of US President Barack Obama to Jamaica, and the meeting with heads of state and government of Caribbean Community (CARICOM), should deepen bilateral relations between the US and the region, the White House said on Tuesday.

 

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Don’t blame me if you get fired, Browne tells constituents

Front-3a-Browne-2St. John’s Antigua - The Member of Parliament for All Saints West said he is prepared to “defend” himself against constituents who have criticised him after they have lost jobs for which he had recommended them.

 

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All hail Sir Hilary

sir-hilary-2Bridgetown Barbados  - Sir Hilary Beckles was the man of the moment last evening at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, as both he and Prime Minister Freundel Stuart seemed to put their recent public squabbles behind them.

 

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IMF urges gov’t to immediately cut spending

Antigua-SeaportSt. John’s, Antigua - The International Monetary Fund is warning the government that its ABLP administration’s current policies do not appear sustainable.

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