CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – MARCH 28, 2019

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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the opening of a new terminal at the Owen Roberts International Airport on March 27, 2019 in George Town, Cayman Islands. (Photo by Phil Noble - Pool/Getty Images)
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 28, 2019: Here are the top headlines making news from the Caribbean and Latin America this Wednesday morning, Mar. 28, 2019:

The motorcade of Chile’s ambassador to Haiti was attacked by gunmen Wednesday as he visited a clean water initiative in Boutin.

Two men have been arrested in Jamaica for the killing there last November of Amherst, US resident Nancy Hardy.

Police in the Dominican Republic routinely rape, beat and verbally abuse women sex workers, Amnesty International claims.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall touched down in the Cayman Islands Wednesday, the last stop on their Caribbean tour.

The CCJ will tomorrow begin the groundwork for hearing an appeal on Guyana’s no-confidence motion from 2018.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Antigua and Barbuda, both voted against a humanitarian resolution brought against Venezuela at the OAS.

The St. Lucia Prime Minister is defending his meeting with Donald Trump, saying he was “elected by St Lucians to represent St Lucia.”

A rape charge against Jamaican veteran dancehall artiste Capleton was dismissed Wednesday afternoon at a Kingston Court.

And Google will reportedly be announcing a deal with Cuba on improving Internet connectivity there.

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