AfroColombian activists are facing threats to their lives, and they’re appealing to supporters around the world to help them get protection.
In the past week police in Trinidad arrested and charged two prominent opposition-connected attorneys with malfeasance for links to a scheme that allegedly involved officials of the previous government paying astronomical sums of money to friends and colleagues for legal ...
World Bank has approved emergency support for the three African countries slammed by record-strength cyclones in what has been called the worst weather catastrophe in decades.
The wider Caribbean region is being warned to brace for a dry season that could extend well into July as weather experts in the region urge government to prepare for eventualities that could be compounded by events associated with the ...
The back-to-back cyclones that have ravaged Mozambique are unprecedented in recorded history, the U.N. said Friday.
Multinational corporations who seek weak democracies, high rates of poverty and untapped resources seem to make a beeline for Liberia, which has struggled to overcome two wars and the devastating pandemic of ebola.
American supermajor ExxonMobil is preparing to add a fourth drilling ship to its offshore fleet given the humongous amount of oil it has found so far and the accuracy of its well drilling campaign since 2015 officials say.
Zambian villagers whose livelihoods were turned upside down by a toxic spill from a copper mine will finally have their day in court.
Water has no enemy.
The World Health Organization has declined to declare the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo a global health emergency because the disease is currently limited to two provinces, reports Science.
Protests that began over the skyrocketing price of bread and shortages of food and fuel have accomplished what few people believed was possible in a country ruled by a leader with an iron fist.
On the morning of March 10 an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner, in clear weather, crashed shortly after leaving Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital.
Of the 15 nations in the Caribbean Community, Guyana and Trinidad are located the closest to crisis-ridden Venezuela and are both beginning to feel the brunt of the economic refugee migration problem.
There’s a new “rumble in the jungle” in the words of Muhammad Ali, but George Foreman isn’t a part of it.
It’s been a mere six years since the death of Venezuela’s Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, and in that little amount of time Venezuela’s economy has gone into a steep decline.