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News Americas, NEW YORK,NY, TUESJUNE 4, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean, Latin America and their Diasporas for this Tuesday morning, June 4, 2019:

Caribbean roots UK MP, David Lammy, defended London Mayor Sadiq Khan Monday after Donald Trump called him a “loser” on Twitter. “Wonder why you have a problem with London’s first ever Muslim mayor? Sadiq Khan stands taller than you ever will, in solidarity with London and more than half of Americans who reject your extreme right politics. If the polling is correct, the only loser here will be you in 2020,” Lammy slammed back after Trump called Khan “a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me……”

A Jamaican national will have to spend the next 10 months in jail for 10 months in prison for filing fake immigration documents.

The Dream and Promise Act which could grant permanent protection for Dreamers and TPS-holders comes up for a vote today.

The US is warning its citizens to exercise increased caution if travelling to Guyana due to crime.

The Trump organization has been accused of evading taxes in Panama by a former business partner.

Carnival Cruise line will pay $20M for cruise pollution in The Bahamas and Alaska as part of plea deal with the DOJ.

Canada has announced that it is shutting its embassy in the Venezuelan capital Caracas temporarily.

Canada’s Algonquin is buying Bermuda Utility BELCO for $365 million.

Leonardo DiCaprio is set to open his new eco-tourism resort in Belize next year.

And Tate Britain is spotlighting on the works of Guyana born artist Frank Bowling through August 26th.

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