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Caribbean Energy Chamber established for energy security

Caribbean Energy Chamber is to be established in cooperation with Caribbean nations to address energy challenges being faced by Caribbean.

Russia Returns 11 Children to Ukraine Following Qatari Mediation Efforts

For many families torn apart by the violence, this reunion marks a significant moment of relief and joy. Kyiv has estimated that approximately 20,000 children have been forcibly relocated to Russia since Moscow's invasion in February 2022
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U.S. Destroyer Defends Against Houthi Missile Attack in Red Sea Amid Escalating Tensions

Yemen's Houthi rebels fired an anti-ship cruise missile towards an American destroyer on Sunday, prompting a swift response from a U.S. fighter jet that successfully intercepted and destroyed the incoming threat

U.S. Navy Helicopters Thwart Houthi Hijack Attempt in Red Sea, Destroying Aggressive Boats

In the ensuing confrontation, the US military sank three of the Houthi boats in self-defense, resulting in the death of their crews, while the fourth boat fled the area

U.S. Forces Intercept Iranian-Backed Houthi Drones and Missiles in the Southern Red Sea

In a significant development on December 26, the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) reported the successful interception of twelve attack drones and five missiles believed to have been launched by the Iran-backed Houthi rebels in the Southern Red Sea. The incident occurred over a 10-hour period and involved assets such as the USS Laboon (DDG 58) and F/A-18 Super Hornets from the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group.

USS Carney intercepts drones Near Yemen, escalating tensions in Houthi-controlled areas

According to a US official, the USS Carney responded to distress calls from commercial vessels in the Red Sea triggered by a ballistic missile launched by Houthi militants

U.S. Urges Cease-Fire Extension in Israel-Hamas Conflict Amid Hostage Concerns

Blinken emphasized the need for an extension to address critical issues such as the release of additional hostages held by the militant group and to facilitate increased humanitarian aid deliveries to the Gaza Strip

Hamas accused of weaponizing hospitals, IDF releases evidence

Israel has raised severe allegations against Hamas, accusing the militant group of using hospitals as strategic locations for storing explosives and weapons

Middle East: USA planning for mass evacuations in case of further escalation of war

The United States of America is mulling for possible mass evacuations of its citizens from Israel and Lebanon. This decision is being considered in case the war against Hamas terrorists in Gaza sparks a regional conflagration.

PM Terrance Drew invites St Kittians and Nevisians in New York to attend diaspora meeting

St Kitts and Nevis: Dr Terrance Drew – The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, has extended his heartiest invitation to the St Kittians and Nevisians diaspora living in the US ahead of his upcoming visit to Bronx, New York, on Monday, May 15th 2023.

India: FBI’s Raymond Duda lands in India to strengthen law enforcement ties

Raymond Duda – The Assistant Director of the International Operations Division of the United States’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), arrived in New Delhi, India.

Israel: PM Benjamin Netanyahu hold crucial talks with US Senator Lindsey Graham

The Prime Minister of the State of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has recently attended a meeting with the Senator (R-SC) from the United States (US), Lindsey Graham at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem, Israel. 

US shot down spy balloon from China off the coast of South Carolina

Hong Kong: The spy balloon episode from China will have far-reaching repercussions on the bilateral ties between the United States and China, which can be understood by the postponement of the visit of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to China, reported Hong Kong Post. 

UK: BBC on rough track, accused for taking funds from sanctioned Huawei

United Kingdom: The British Broadcasting Cooperation, popularly termed as BBC, has developed and participated in several questionable partnerships with global tech companies. Huawei, a Chinese tech giant sanctioned by the United States in 2019 and prohibited the 5G network in the UK in 2022 because of security concerns, was one of the participants.

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Caribbean Energy Chamber established for energy security

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