CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – MARCH 25, 2019

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Britain's Prince Charles (L) lays a wreath at Revolution Square in Havana on March 24, 2019. ((Photo credit: YAMIL LAGE/AFP/Getty Images)
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 25, 2019: Here are the top headlines making news from the Caribbean and Latin America for this Monday morning, March 25, 2019:

Six of the top 18 unhealthiest countries in the world for 2019 are in the Caribbean, a new report has found.

Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke is among those urging the US Attorney General to release the full Mueller report.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla made history Sunday, touching down In Cuba and laying a wreath at the Revolution Square in Havana.

Traditional Grenadian dancers were on hand to welcome Prince Charles and Camilla during a one day visit to the island on Saturday.

A defrocked New Jersey priest convicted of molesting two underage boys is now in the Dominican Republic teaching children.

Barbados has announced plans to establish a medicinal cannabis industry project implementation unit in the country.

Nearly 100 Russian troops have reportedly landed in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas as the US turns up the pressure for Nicholas Maduro to step down.

Cricket West Indies is under new leadership as four boards choose the team of Ricky Skerritt and Dr. Kishore Shallow to usher in a new era.

Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz suffered a 2-0 defeat against El Salvador in their final match of the Concacaf Nations League qualifying play-offs on Saturday night.

And Buju Banton has reportedly banned his 1992 dancehall hit, “Boom Bye Bye,” from his music catalog, according to UrbanIslandz.com.

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