The United States Virgin Islands and Mon Cheri Bridals are bringing weddings and honeymoon experiences to paradise.
General elections in Jamaica are due in about a year, and if the governing People’s National Movement is forced to demit office because of the will of the electorate, it could mean that its sacred political promise to replace Britain’s ...
Having spent nine years in New Delhi, the Dominican Republic’s ambassador to India has endorsed the expertise of Indian medical practitioners, who are dispensing high-quality medical care and saving lives in the Caribbean and around the globe.
The murder of an African bystander mistaken for an assailant has renewed harsh criticism of excessive force used by Israeli security forces against Africans and Palestinians.
A discussion of the importance of Afro-Mexicans.
During September’s last weekend, three days of conferences were conducted at the United Nations General Assembly, in Midtown Manhattan, titled “The Sustainable Development Summit.”
Browse through any magazine or website relating to the Caribbean and you will find that the region usually promotes itself as a place where tourists can enjoy sun, sand and the sea, but in recent months, governments and tourism industry ...
Recently, twenty mid-career professionals took the next step toward becoming leaders in the fields of cultural arts, public policy and advocacy when they completed the first ever Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute’s Innovative Cultural Advocacy Fellowship.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said that paying reparations to Caribbean islands for Britain’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade is not a good way to “move on.”
To the ordinary eye, it looks like an empty desert, but from this spit of endless sand is rising the largest photovoltaic solar project in the Middle East.
A newly released study has found that trees covering an area twice the size of Maine were cut down worldwide in 2014. But the biggest threat to forests is looming over West Africa.
Saving the rhinos was probably the farthest thing from the imaginations of Collet Ngobeni and Felicia Mogakane when they were making their career choices.
The head of a group appointed by Caribbean leaders to force Britain and other European countries to compensate the region for the horrors of the transatlantic slave trade wants British Prime Minister David Cameron to own up to the genocide ...
The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has launched Restaurant Week on the island of St. Croix, the event running from Wednesday, Oct. 28 to Sunday, Nov. 8.
Call it poker, chess or political arm wrestling.