CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – APRIL 24, 2019

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 24, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean, Latin America and their Diasporas for this Wednesday morning, April 24, 2019:

Outrage is growing in Anguilla after a US born, Connecticut-based, UBS adviser accused of killing a hotel worker there is freed on bail.

Caribbean immigrants may be among those communities undercounted if the citizenship question is added to the 2020 Census.

France is set to decide the fate of Russia-Canada gold mine, Montagne d’Or, in French Guiana.

Residents in Manchester, Jamaica are devastated after a triple murder of a family in their home there.

Puerto Rico’s federal oversight board is taking the Trump administration to the Supreme Court.

US Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce will be in Trinidad and the DR this week.

Buju Banton, Beenie Man and Bounty Killer are among the top acts set for this year’s Jamaica Reggae Sumfest.

Twenty-five people were killed in western Bolivia when the bus they were travelling in fell more than 656 ft down a ravine.

Jamaica, Bahamas, Haiti, Guyana and Antigua & Barbuda are among the teams set for the US versus the World races at the 2019 Penn Relays.

Bajan superstar Rihanna is all legs on the cover of Vogue Australia.

And Megyn Kelly was in the Bahamas with her family flaunting her toned bikini body on a paddleboard.