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U.S. Attorneys General Continue Effort to Protect Caribbean ‘Dreamers’ From Deportation

Staff Consortium | August 31, 2020

NEW YORK,  CMC – New York Attorney General Letitia James says she is co-leading a coalition of 17 attorneys general across the United States in continuing the fight against the Trump administration’s efforts to threaten Caribbean and other “Dreamers” currently registered for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program with deportation.  DACA is an Obama administration programme that protected about 700,000 young Caribbean and other immigrants, known as “Dreamers”, from deportation.  After the US Supreme Court ruled in June that the Trump administration’s attempts to cancel the DACA programme were unlawful, the program was supposed to resume.  But, instead of continuing to process new applications, James said the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a new memorandum on July 28 by the  acting secretary of Homeland…

Daycare Centers in Barbados to Reopen June 22

Staff Consortium | June 12, 2020

BARBADOS — While it is back to work for most Barbadians on Monday, June 15, daycare centers will open…

Two Die as Fire Swept Through House in St. Lucia

Staff Consortium | February 22, 2020

CASTRIES. St. Lucia, CMC – Two elderly people died after fire swept through a house in Trou Rouge, east…

BVI Police Seek Help to Locate Wanted Man

Angela Burns | February 13, 2020

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS — BVI police is seeking the public’s help to find 27-year-old Nyron Erickson,…