Caribbean News Headlines for Thursday 1st November 2012

Workers, angry at the prospect of losing their jobs, say the Grenada government itself should be dismissed and their leader warns that the administration of Prime Minister Tillman Thomas could pay a price.


Preliminary estimates put the damage to Jamaica from the passage of Hurricane Sandy at over $5 billion (US$55 million), with agriculture being the worst affected sector. Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, in a statement…

Russia will send construction materials to Cuba to restore houses and other facilities destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, as reported from Moscow. The Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations announced the transportation…



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