Test captain Virat Kohli back at nets ahead of West Indies tour

Test captain Virat Kohli back at nets ahead of West Indies tour

The Kohli-led team is expected to depart for the Caribbean on July 6 with a new look coaching staff.

Haiti hit with Zika virus outbreak: Official

Haiti's health ministry has said that the country has been hit by an outbreak of the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne ailment similar to dengue fever that is rapidly spreading through the Caribbean.

WICB agrees to December 4 meeting with CARICOM

WICB agrees to December 4 meeting with CARICOM

WICB president Dave Cameron said governments should not influence the decisions of independent sporting organisations.

Slow start as Haiti votes for new president

Haitians began voting on Sunday for a new president -- with a choice of 54 candidates -- as the poorest country in the Americas seeks to shed chronic political instability and get back on its feet.

Sushma Swaraj meets Caribbean, Latin American ministers to push for UNSC reform

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met with two groups of Caribbean and Latin American foreign ministers Wednesday as part of India's campaign to win support for Security Council reform.

India cements ties with Caribbean, Latin American nations

India on Wednesday cemented its links with Caribbean and Latin American nations as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj held separate meetings with leaders of the two major blocs of the region.

Tropical Storm Erika lashes Caribbean islands, heads for Florida

Tropical Storm Erika threatened Haiti and the Dominican Republic with heavy rain and strong winds on Friday as it swirled across the Caribbean and geared up for a run at south Florida, the US National Hurricane Centre said.

Tropical storm Erika takes aim at Caribbean

Tropical storm Erika took aim at the Caribbean and storm warnings went up in Puerto Rico and in several other islands in anticipation of heavy rains, US forecasters said.

Danny downgraded to tropical depression as it reaches Caribbean

US forecasters downgraded Danny, the first hurricane of the Atlantic season, to a tropical depression Monday as it reached the Caribbean.

Caribbean on alert over underwater volcano activity

Caribbean on alert over underwater volcano activity

The Seismic Research Center of the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago issued an alert about elevated activity at Kick 'em-Jenny, an underwater volcano located near Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Jamaica stuns USA 2-1 to reach Gold Cup final

Jamaica stuns USA 2-1 to reach Gold Cup final

Jamaica`s "Reggae Boyz" stunned defending champion United States 2-1 Wednesday in a Gold Cup semi-final, becoming the first Caribbean squad to reach the final by shocking the heavily favored hosts.

Hundreds arrested in Dutch protests over Caribbean man`s death in custody

 Some 200 demonstrators were arrested overnight in the Dutch city of The Hague after clashes with police sparked by the death of a Caribbean man in police custody, authorities said Friday. 

Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US

Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US

Trinidad and Tobago said Sunday it expects new evidence against Jack Warner in the FIFA scandal to be investigated locally, but reiterated he should turn himself in to US authorities.

Latin America has done the most to reduce hunger: FAO

Latin America and the Caribbean are the regions where efforts to eradicate hunger have made the greatest strides, according to a report released here by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

Mexico coach vows wild celebrations at Copa America

Mexico coach vows wild celebrations at Copa America

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera, famous for his sideline celebrations during last year`s World Cup, said Thursday he expects more of the same during the Copa America despite not calling up his biggest stars.

Drug plane from Venezuela crashes off Colombia's coast

A small plane from Venezuela with more than a ton of cocaine on board has crashed into the Caribbean while being pursued by Colombia's air force.

Guyana seeks to break political deadlock with early vote

 Guyana votes Monday in early elections called by President Donald Ramotar after a showdown with the opposition-controlled parliament, which the leftist leader suspended to avoid a no-confidence vote.

Test snubbed Glenn Maxwell eyes county cricket to fuel test bid

Test snubbed Glenn Maxwell eyes county cricket to fuel test bid

Explosive Australia batsman Glenn Maxwell is eyeing a stint in English county cricket to further his test ambitions after missing out on a place in the tour squads for the Caribbean and England.

French customs seize record 2.25 tonnes of cocaine in Caribbean

French customs agents have seized 2.25 tonnes of cocaine, their largest haul ever, from a sailboat in the Caribbean, the government said Saturday.

Antigua declares half holiday for West Indies-England match on Monday

Antigua declares half holiday for West Indies-England match on Monday

An official half holiday has been declared in Antigua and Barbuda for Monday, the first day of the first test match between the West Indies and England.