Home » Caribbean News » CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – JUNE 20, 2019

CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – JUNE 20, 2019


News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean, Latin America and their Diasporas for this Thursday morning June 20, 2019:

Immigrants from the Caribbean comprise around 10 percent of the US’ foreign born population a new Pew Center report says.

U.S. authorities are investigating whether a $1 billion worth of cocaine found on a ship docked in Philadelphia originated from The Bahamas.

Dominican Republic prosecutors now say David Ortiz was the victim of mistaken identity in a murder for hire plot.

Brooklyn New York State Senator Kevin Parker has welcomed a bill that will give undocumented immigrants in the city the right to obtain driver’s licenses.

Guatemala says it will perform DNA tests on unaccompanied children to prevent human trafficking.

Martinique beat Cuba 3-0 Wednesday night as the Gold Cup 2019 matches continued in the group stage of the CONCACAF tourney.

Hope Solo, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, says she believes the Reggae Girlz Cinderella story will motivate the next generation of Jamaican soccer stars.

For a cool $10.6 million you can own the Bermuda home of Actors Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta Jones.

And the luxurious villa where Prince Harry and other celebrities have stayed in Barbados is on the market – for a whopping £31.5million.

The post CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – JUNE 20, 2019 appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.