This year’s World Happiness Report again ranks The Netherlands among the top ten happiest of 155 countries surveyed. The U.S., on the other hand, ranked 18th this year, a four-spot drop from last year’s report. The Netherlands scores well when it comes to social trust and support. Due to the situation surrounding the corona virus, […] The post Why The Nether […]
the type of plane missing in sxm right now, photo courtesy rolando brison
PHILIPSBURG, St.Maarten – The Sea Rescue Foundation, Coast Guard and other emergency services responded to a call that a Tuesday evening thatanaircraft had gone down just shortoftheSXM Airport runway (rwy).Initial reports state that a small FedEx single engineaircraft with two souls on board executed a water crash landing procedure short of (rwy 100).As of 9:30 Wednesday evening a search tolocate the crash site and survivors was ongoing. The search is continuing.There has been no information that could explain why the aircraft did not make it to the runway (rwy).
Mikey Bruney forever stood tall during his life. But it was never a posture of vanity or conceit. He was comfortable in in skin, a Dominica skin, a Caribbean skin. Four over four decades we shared many ideas and rich... The post Tribute to Michael Bruney: My Caribbean Kanmawad from DA appeared first on Dominica News Online.
Archipelago Trading Ltd, a leader in the Food and Beverage industry in Dominica for over 15 years, announces the official launch of its online store. ARCHICLUB is a customer focused virtual store that allows customers to shop at their convenience... The post BUSINESS BYTE: Archipelago Trading Ltd. launches online store for its distribution business appeared […]
(GIS) — Due to the rising popularity of sea moss on the international markets, Saint Lucia is experiencing an increase in demand. Following a meeting held with sea moss farmers from the community of Aupicon, officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Natural Resources, and Cooperatives, visited the sea moss plots in the south of […] The post Dema […]
By Yaron Steinbuch (NEW YORK POST) — As if the novel coronavirus isn’t enough to worry about, a disease that caused the Black Death and killed some 50 million people in the 14th century has raised its ugly head again, according to a report. Officials in China are on high alert after a case of […] The post Chinese health officials confirm case of bubonic plag […]
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Friday that the Hagia Sophia, one of the architectural wonders of the world, would be reopened for Muslim worship, sparking fury among Christian leaders and in neighbouring Greece.
A mass protest in Mali against President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita descended into violence on Friday as protesters blocked main thoroughfares, attacked the parliament and stormed the premises of a state broadcaster.
For decades, Lebanon was a poster child of the triumph of private enterprise, its failure to close its civil war chapter overlooked in the hopes that prosperity would overcome the weakness of the state. But now that the current economic crisis has ripped the neo-liberal band-aid, can the Lebanese confront the wounds of the past?