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Bahamian Government Moving Against Shantytowns

NASSAU, Bahamas,  – The Bahamas government says to date it has no idea as to how many people died in the shantytowns in Abaco more than two years after Hurricane Dorian slammed into the country as it urged Bahamians to follow health and immigration laws and the building code.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works, Desmond Bannister, speaking in Parliament (BGIS Photo)

Montserrat Considers Options to Help Volcano-Affected St Vincent

BRADES, Montserrat,– The government of this small British overseas territory that was devastated by volcanic eruptions 26 years ago, is exploring what humanitarian, technical and/or in-kind contributions it can give to St. Vincent and the Grenadines where the La Soufriere volcano erupted on Friday.

Premier Joseph Farrell

EU and OACPS Sign New Partnership Agreement

BRUSSELS,– The European Union (EU) Thursday signed a new partnership agreement with the Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) marking the formal conclusion of the negotiations of the post Cotonou Agreement, setting the political, economic and sectorial cooperation framework for the next 20 years.

EU’s Commissioner Jutta Urpilainen (Right) and and Togo’s Foreign Minister Robert Dussey. (OACPS Photo)
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