Ebola: Trinidad May Postpone 2015 Carnival Over Fears

Caribbean 360 is reporting that the National Carnival Commission (NCC) may postpone Carnival celebrations in 2015 due to fears associated with...

New Book Suggests Cuba-U.S. Relations Not as Frosty as Once Thought

Roger Hamilton-Martin of Caribbean 360 discusses the new book, "Back Channel to Cuba," which discusses the relationship between the United States...

‘Give a Glove’ Campaign to Help End Spread of Ebola

AllAfrica.com is reporting that the HEARTT Foundation has incorporated the "Give a Glove" campaign into their Ebola BlockAID campaign. The "Give a...

Liberia: Officials Who Left During Ebola Crisis Ousted

AllAfrica.com is reporting that Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has ordered the dismissal of some senior and junior level cabinet members...

CARICOM to Unify Caribbean Business Rules

Caribbean 360 is reporting that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has begun working towards creating a unified framework within which companies and...

Nigeria: Ebola Experimental Drug Hopes Dashed

AllAfrica.com is reporting that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said that reports of the experimental drug for...

EBOLA: President Obama Approves Use of Experimental Drug for Liberia

Reuters is reporting that the White House and the United States Food and Drug Administration have approved the request for sample doses...

Metalworkers Strike Ends in South Africa

BBC Africa is reporting that a four-week strike in South Africa has come to an end after the country's largest trade...

Cameroon: Boko Haram Kidnaps Vice Prime Minister’s Wife

Tansa Musa of Reuters Africa is reporting that Nigerian Boko Haram militants kidnapped the wife of Cameroon's vice prime minister and...

Nigeria: Eleven Parents of Missing School Girls Killed in Boko Haram Attack

Al Jazeera is reporting that at least 11 parents of the 200+ missing school girls in Chibok have been killed in...

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