The Catholic Church has launched an investigation after two missionary nuns became pregnant while working in Africa.
The US has begun the process of withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, notifying the UN of its intention to leave, as other countries expressed regret and disappointment at the move.
West Indies were dealt a heavy blow in their buildup to Wednesday’s opening One-Day International when they slumped to a shock four-wicket defeat to an Afghanistan XI in a one-day warm-up match on Monday.
Barbados is optimistic the challenges facing regional carrier, LIAT can be solved.
Barbados is playing host to the Intersessional Forum for Ministers of Environment from Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Public Accounts Committee has been focussing on irregularities with invoices submitted to the transport board by local automobile company TransTech Inc.
A package of marijuana has been retrieved from the nose of a man 18 years after he smuggled it into prison, in what doctors have described as the first case of its kind.
The last batch of West Indies players left the Caribbean on Tuesday to join their teammates in India, ahead of the limited overs series against Afghanistan set to bowl off next week.
Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness says the government will thoroughly examine an incident in which a seven year old Primary School student was killed.
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley will be delivering a lecture in Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday on the efforts at uniting the Caribbean in the face of climate change.