Barbados: Mia Mottley Wins Second Term

Victoria Korn Mia Mottley re-elected Prime Minister of the Republic of Barbados The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) won the general elections held this Wednesday in the Caribbean island, with which Prime Minister Mia Mottley won re-election to office for a new term. According to preliminary official results, the BLP has won at least 18 constituencies…

Britain’s Legacy of Brutal Slavery in Barbados

Jacqueline Luqman An artist’s depiction of Bussa’s Rebellion – an enslaved African uprising against British rule in Barbados. Yes, the British Empire is indeed one colony smaller as Barbados formally declared itself independent of its colonial rulers after 400 years yesterday in a big ole fancy ceremony attended by all kinds of dignitaries. England’s Prince…

2021: Political Turning Point in Central America and the Caribbean

Mision Verdad No day is like the previous one in the Central American and Caribbean region (Photo: @minednicaragua / Twitter). With the background noise of migration to the United States and the recent victory of Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, Central America and the Caribbean are at a turning point that will play an important role…

45th Anniversary of Terrorist Bombing of Cubana Flight 455 in Barbados

Kawsachun News Left: Commander in Chief Fidel Castro embraces Carlos Alberto Cremata, son of one of the victims of the terrorist attack and president of the Committee of Relatives of the Victims of the Cubana 455 terrorist attack, in front of the monument commemorating the victims. Barbados, December 7, 2005. Photo: Ismael Francisco Today marks…