CARIBBEAN NEWS FOR FRIDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2012

A senior United Nations humanitarian official said on Thursday that over a million people in Haiti are facing food insecurity as a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.

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A former Grenada attorney general is giving the government little chance of surviving in parliament or in a general election.

The economic toll of Hurricane Sandy on The Bahamas could be as high as $300 million, according to a regional insurance organization.

The governments of Guyana and China on Wednesday signed a framework agreement for a concessional loan to the tune of US$130 million (RMB 825 million) from the Chinese Exim Bank…

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