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5th Summit of the Americas to bring significant economic benefits - Thursday, March 5th 2009 15:38
Trinidad's Prime Minister the Honourable Patrick ManningSource: www.news.gov.ttA curve ball thrown by Trinidad Prime Minister Patrick Manning, as he announced plans to provide...
Calm in Guadeloupe amid strike negotiations - Monday, February 23rd 2009 9:55
After weeks of violent protests and the slaying of a popular Union leader, the French President Nicolas Sarkozy says the worst of Guadeloupe's unrest is over.But masked...
And the winner is.... - Saturday, February 21st 2009 11:11
The International Soca Monarch 2009 title goes to Faye-Ann Lyons Alvarez performing Meet Super Blue.Source:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9_f0yrgAFQ
International Soca Monarch Competition 2009 - Friday, February 20th 2009 15:46
For the first time, the International Soca Monarch Competition will be broadcast live around the Caribbean.  US actor Danny Glove, well-known for his role in Lethal Weapon,...
Chavez pushes for power amid economic woes - Saturday, February 14th 2009 20:58
The global economic crisis has led to a sharp drop in oil prices, hitting Venezuela particularly hard.Ahead of a vote that could see Hugo Chavez remain in power beyond his...
Venezuela's golden hopes - Friday, February 13th 2009 14:05
The economic crisis has led to a sharp fall in oil prices - something that has hit Venezuela hard. Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, has tried to capitalise on...
Venomous Lion Fish migrate to Caribbean waters - Saturday, January 31st 2009 19:21
Source:WIV4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6-SWxTXS7U
Castro in Russia to boost ties - Saturday, January 31st 2009 18:56
Raul Castro is in Russia for a week-long state visit. So far, Castro has put 30 deals into his pocket and, as a bonus, was able to satisfy his appetite for Russian...
Media Literacy: Manpulating the Media - the Gaza conflict - Saturday, January 31st 2009 13:26
In the aftermath of the Gaza conflict, The Listening Post asks whether the media were manipulated and speaks to Avital Leibovich, a prominent Israeli spokesperson during the...
Brazil dam sparks fierce debate - Thursday, January 29th 2009 15:53
One of the focuses of the World Social Forum in Brazil - the "alternative" to the Davos talks in Switzerland - is the damage being done to the environment in places such as the...
President Barack Obama 2009 Inauguration and Address - Sunday, January 25th 2009 16:37
President Barack Obama took the oath of office as the 44th president of the United States and delivered an inaugural address focusing on the themes of sacrifice and renewal on...
Adios to Cuban car culture? - Saturday, January 17th 2009 21:13
The streets in Cuba are filled with aging classic cars, but now that aspect of the island's unique charm could be under threat.Source:Russia Today:...
Media Literacy: Assault on Gaza - Sunday, January 11th 2009 3:37
Listening Post looks at the assault on Gaza and the information war being fought on the world's airwaves. Source: Al Jazeera: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1r9FbY5EeIUPart...
Cuba celebrates 50th Anniversary of Communist Revolution - Thursday, January 1st 2009 15:05
Cuba is celebrating its 50th anniversary of the revolution which brought Fidel Castro to power. RT recalls the build up toward that fateful New Years Eve of 1959 and sees what...
Street Food - Jamaica - Saturday, December 27th 2008 6:51
Street Food - Kingston reveals the culture, the community and the dark underbelly of life in Jamaica - all through the island's cuisine.Part 1Part 2Source:Al Jazeera:...
John Lennon - a Cuban hero - Thursday, December 25th 2008 17:23
Until eight years ago Beatles songs were forbidden in Cuba, but times have changed and even Fidel Castro regrets that he got to know the British band too late.Source:Russia...
Backlash against Obama's election - Tuesday, December 16th 2008 16:42
The election of Barack Obama as the first black president of the United States has been hailed as the beginning of a post civil rights era. It was seen as a huge step forward in...
Icons of Cayman by Seth Chwast - Saturday, December 13th 2008 16:12
A young artist with autism is inspired by the Cayman Islands.  Icons of Cayman is a collection of Seth Chwast's work.  A truly inspirational story of a young man's...
Human rights declaration 'under threat' - Wednesday, December 10th 2008 17:21
"All human beings are born free andequal in dignity and rights". It is now years since the signing of the universal declaration of human rights.Translated into more than 360...
Media Literacy: Gaza media blackout - Saturday, November 29th 2008 4:39
The Israeli blockade on Gaza has now been extended to the media, creating a news blackout that has severely restricted the reporting of the suffering in Gaza to the outside...
Russia and Venezuela boost diplomatic ties - Wednesday, November 26th 2008 15:22
Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president, is set to arrive in Venezuela for a visit that coincides with the arrival of several Russian warships. Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports...
Cayman Island National Museum Reopens - Wednesday, November 26th 2008 15:10
Find out what the future has in store for this landmark building.Source:Cayman Island Government Information Services: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXfq7FL6OW4
Russia and Brazil agree to visa-free travel - Wednesday, November 26th 2008 15:06
Russians and Brazilians will now be able to visit each others countries without having to obtain visas. The deal was reached as President Medvedev paid his first official visit...
Brazil - an emerging global player - Tuesday, November 25th 2008 15:54
Brazil has gone from being a regional power to becoming a major global player in just a few years. Thats according to public policy expert Andreas Martinez from the New America...
Chavez faces rising dissent - Saturday, November 22nd 2008 10:46
Popular support from the poor helped bring Chavez to power. But as they struggle with violent crime, inflation and high unemployment, many have grown weary of their daily...