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EU looks to regain influence in Latin America as leaders summit begins
The meeting is the first of its kind in eight years.
Rare photos chronicle the journey of the Windrush generation
A new display of photographs shares the journey of the Windrush generation before, during and after arriving in the UK.
Rihanna asks world leaders to ‘step up’ for climate-hit communities
Her foundation donated over €13 million to climate justice last year, and has long supported Caribbean communities after disasters.
Feeling stressed? Try a yoga session at the bottom of the sea
A hotel in Saint Lucia is offering underwater yoga classes to combat stress and promote healthy breathing for divers.
Canada is extending visa-free travel to 13 new countries
Canada's government says it wants to make travelling to the country easier, faster and cheaper.
Is the seaweed washing up on Florida’s beaches dangerous?
Microplastics tangled in the seaweed provide the perfect place for bacteria to grow.
Antigua and Barbuda legalise marijuana for Rastafarian sacramental use
Antigua and Barbuda recently became one of the first Caribbean nations to grant Rastafari official sacramental authorization to grow the herb.
Is climate change to blame for this giant seaweed blob?
Scientists say that this year’s bloom could be one of the biggest ever recorded.
Dominican Republic is one of the top travel spots for 2023. Here's why
From dazzling beaches to mountain top eco-resorts, this Caribbean country has something for everyone.
Food, carnival and culture: Here's why you should visit Barbados
The Caribbean island has a thriving culinary culture, with fresh fish top of the menu.
Haitian singer Mikaben dies at Paris concert aged 41
The musician leaves behind two children and his wife, Vanessa, who is pregnant.
Category 4 Hurricane Ian barrels towards Florida after ravaging Cuba
Meteorologists are already warning of impending dangerous storm surges and catastrophic flooding
Is King Charles III going to see the end of the Commonwealth?
One of the key features that will define King Charles III's reign will be how Britain's place in the world changes. Is it time for the 14 Commonwealth nations to drop him as their head of state?
Hurricane Fiona sweeps through Turks and Caicos
The storm’s eye passed close to Grand Turk, the capital of the small British territory, after the government imposed a curfew and urged people to flee flood-prone areas
Who are these people? A London museum needs your help
A search has been launched for members of Britain's so-called 'Windrush generation' of Caribbean migrants who featured in photos long thought to have been lost
How investors took over a Caribbean island to create a micronation
The purchase of Coffee Caye in Belize was born out of years of eccentric and extreme travel by a group of global travellers.
From diving to daiquiris: Here’s why you should visit Cuba this year
With one of the highest vaccination rates in the world, Cuba is ready to welcome back travellers.
Why Venezuela should be on your travel bucket list
Welcome to Venezuela, one of the wildest, most beautiful places on earth. Here's what to do and where to go when you're there.
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Meet the 22-year-old who rowed across the Atlantic ocean alone
Jasmine Harrison rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, making her the youngest woman to ever complete a solo row across any ocean.
This Caribbean island is open...but only to the rich
A holiday on the volcanic island requires a $70,000 salary and an open calendar, but things are about to change.