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Bolton century blanks Windies Women in opening…

TAUNTON, England, CMC – Out-of-sorts West Indies Women proved no match for World champions Australia Women and crashed to a heavy eight-wicket defeat, as they opened their ICC Women’s Cricket World…

CPA Conference delegates fall in love with Nevis…

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (June 22, 2017) -- At least one of over 60 parliamentarians who visited Nevis on June 20, 2017, says her visit to Nevis brought her divine intervention. Hon. Portia Stubbs Smith…

Canada to Chair 2017 Commonwealth Finance…

Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, is pleased to chair the 2017 Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting (CFMM) in Washington, D.C., this October. “I am proud that Canada has been asked to…

C&W network wins Worldwide Innovation Award…

MIAMI, FL – June 15, 2017 – C&W Networks, part of C&W Communications (C&W), was recently recognized for outstanding industry leadership in wholesale service innovation as it won the…

New High Commission In Canada Officially Opened

21 June, 2016 (Ottawa, Canada) – On an overcast day in Canada`s capital, Foreign Minister Mark Brantley made history by joining High Commissioner Skerritt-Andrew in officially opening the…

Brexit negotiations begin: David Davis targets…

Brexit Secretary David Davis will call for "a deal like no other in history" as he heads into talks with the EU. Subjects for the negotiations, which officially start in Brussels later, include the…

Senior US prosecutor Bharara fired ‘after…

A former leading federal prosecutor in New York has revealed he was sacked by Donald Trump after receiving several unusual phone calls from him. Preet Bharara told ABC News' This Week he felt the…

General election 2017: Voters to go to the polls

Millions of people will be casting their vote in the UK general election later. Polls open at 07:00 BST at more than 40,000 polling stations across the country, with counting starting once voting ends…

US warns it may leave UN Human Rights Council

The US says it is considering withdrawing from the UN body on human rights, highlighting what it calls a "biased" stance on Israel. UN ambassador Nikki Haley said the US was "looking carefully" at its…

London attack: Macron and Turnbull lead world…

World leaders have condemned Saturday's London terror attack which left seven people dead and more than 30 injured. President Emmanuel Macron said France, which had two citizens injured in the attack,…

Paris climate deal: Dismay as Trump signals exit…

There has been widespread international condemnation of President Trump's announcement that the US is withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement. UN chief Antonio Guterres's spokesman called it…

US tests missile defence system as North Korea…

The US has for the first time successfully tested its defence system against an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), say officials. A ground-based interceptor was launched at a California air…

Inaugural summit to boost trade among India and…

Business leaders and high-level policymakers will join forces for the first India-Commonwealth Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) trade summit. Three hundred Indian firms and more than 100 businesses…

Deaths confirmed after Manchester Arena blast…

A number of people have died and others have been injured following a reported explosion at Manchester Arena. Witnesses said they heard two loud bangs, reported to in the foyer, after a pop concert by…

Trump: Firing ‘nut job’ FBI chief…

US President Donald Trump told Russian officials that firing FBI director James Comey eased "great pressure" on him, US media report. The New York Times, citing a document summarising last week's…