Cuba Through A Fisheye Lens

Travel to Cuba for tourism is officially banned, but in 2014 the rules were relaxed to permit American travelers to visit under an honor system.

WHO replaces Harvey, Irma, Maria from list of hurricane names

Of the 17 named tropical storms that formed during 2017, ten became hurricanes, and six reached major hurricane strength.

Bahamas Seeks US Assistance with Illegal Migration

The Bahamas is “not looking for money, per se,” the Prime Minister said, but seeking assistance in improving its technology, skills, and its access to more supplies and equipment.

Cuba’s new president begins new term

Miguel Diaz-Canel was regarded as Castro’s right-hand man and for the past five years.

911 operator sentenced to prison

Crenshanda Williams was convicted of interference with emergency telephone calls and received a sentence of ten days behind bars and 18 months probation.

Vengeful Alabama to Kill 83-Year-Old Man

“The problem with revenge is that it never evens the score. It ties both the injured and the injurer to an escalator of pain. Both are stuck on the escalator as long as parity is demanded, and the escalator never stops.” This is why Sir Francis Bacon once counseled that “[i]n taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy; but in passing it over, he is superior.”

2 Men Dead After Shooting at Hungry Joe Jamaican Restaurant in Inglewood; Police Release Photos of Suspects Believed to Be Involved

Police said in a news release, that they have evidence to believe a man and woman were involved in this case and have released photographs of the suspects. They are considered persons of interest.

South Africa opposed Syria air strikes

The alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria cannot be a justification for military airstrikes

Questlove and T.I. rally fans to boycott Starbucks

Celebrities and activists are calling for a boycott of the coffee chain following a racist incident in Philadelphia.

Tourists flock to Kingston for Carnival

“I am so happy that a whopping 51, 384 visitors chose to come to Jamaica to partake in this very important festivity — making it undoubtedly, one of the strongest weeks in arrivals so far in 2018,” said Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.

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