News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean, Latin America and their Diasporas for Wednesday morning, June 26, 2019:
Former West Indies skipper, Brian Lara, says he is doing fine and will be back in his hotel room today, Wednesday June 26th after being admitted to an Indian hospital with chest pain Tuesday.
Police in Barbados are seeking the assistance of the public in locating Americans Oscar Suarez and Magdalena Devil who have gone missing.
ForwardKeys has found that flight bookings from the US to the Dominican Republic for the summer are down over 74 percent compared to last year.
The firing of Puerto Rico’s top Treasury official set off an extraordinary exchange of insults Tuesday between the finance chief’s son and Governor Ricardo Rossello.
Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, retired Justice James Patterson, has called it quits.
The UN Security Council on Tuesday approved the establishment of a new political mission for Haiti, to replace its departing blue-helmet peacekeepers.
Honduran military police opened fire on students protesting at a university in the capital, Tegucigalpa, injuring at least four people.
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz and Curacao fought to a 1-1 tie Tuesday night but the Boyz with 5 points on the Group c table will advance to the quarter finals.
And Rihanna made a rare music-related appearance at this year’s BET Awards and issued a call to action against the country’s immigration policies.