ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda Parliament will meet early next week to discuss abortion rights issues with the government hinting that the session would allow for “some altering” of the law as it relates to abortion.
NEW YORK, New York – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) Commissioner Manuel Castro on Wednesday announced an additional US$1.6.5 million in funding for Fiscal Year 2023 to help newly-arrived Haitians access immigration legal assistance and numerous social services.
NEW YORK, New York – Caribbean American Public Advocate Jumaane Williams on Saturday welcomed President Joseph Biden’s signing into law a bipartisan gun measure aimed at preventing dangerous people from accessing firearms, bringing to an end almost three decades of stalemate in the federal Legislature over how to address gun violence in the country.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – China’s Ambassador to Guyana, Guo Haiyan, says a documentary by a US-based media outlet, VICE News is intended to smear relations between Beijing and Georgetown and that trade between the two countries has grown by 213 percent over the past five years, reaching US$710 million in 2021.
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