|HAITI: UN urged to clamp down on pre-election insecurity
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP): HAITIAN POLITICIANS and business leaders rallied yesterday in front of United Nations headquarters to press peacekeepers to bring an end to violence jeopardising next month's elections.
ST VINCENT: Nutritional problems blamed for high poultry deaths
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC): THE ST. VINCENT and the Grenadines government has stopped the importation of live chickens into the country as the authorities seek to deal with the high mortality on poultry farms across this country.
GUYANA: Flood waters still wreaking havoc
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): GUYANA AUTHORITIES yesterday said they were planning to release water through the Maduni sluice after flood waters threaten to cause even more havoc to rice communities along the eastern section of the country.
ST LUCIA: Former PM to pay damages in slander suit
CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC): A HIGH Court has ordered former St Lucia prime minister Dr Vaughan Lewis to pay EC$76,000 (US$28,148) in damages to Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony.