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AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean

AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean

This photo gallery highlights some of the top news images made by Associated Press photographers in Latin America and the Caribbean published in the past week. Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez denied new corruption allegations aimed at her, while she refused to answer an investigative judge’s questions about in case ...

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Joali Maldives Resort Opening This October

Joali Maldives today revealed its opening plans as well as its full range of amenities, including the Joali Spa by ESPA and an immersive art studio and gallery, available to guests starting October 1.  Located on its own private island in the  Raa Atoll, Joali Maldives will offer unconventional luxury ...

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Mexico Combating Seaweed Issues Along Caribbean Coast

Mexico Combating Seaweed Issues Along Caribbean Coast

In an effort to combat the spread of seaweed along Mexico’s Caribbean coast, environmental officials have started placing barriers in the water between Cancun and Chetumal. According to the Riviera Maya News, Quintana Roo Secretary of Ecology and Environment Alfredo Arellano Guillermo said the government is working with Goimar Logistics ...

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New Rooms at Beaches Negril

New Rooms at Beaches Negril

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The all-inclusive Beaches Negril in Jamaica has announced the launch of a new range of both rooms and suites. The family-friendly resort on Seven Mile Beach has added a total of eight new room and suite categories, ranging from the Negril Luxury Double to ...

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Introducing the holy grail of Maldives accomodation

Introducing the holy grail of Maldives accomodation

With more than 720 properties and over 39,000 b available in the Maldives, travellers are spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding where to stay, which often makes planning a trip to the tropical nation overwhelming. Or at least, as overwhelming as planning a holiday in a pristine group of ...

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Why sea level rise varies from place to place

Why sea level rise varies from place to place

In the 20th century, ocean levels rose by a global average of about 14 centimeters, mainly due to melting ice and warming waters. Some coastal areas saw more sea level rise than others. Here’s why:   Expanding seawater As water heats up, its molecules take up more space, contributing to ...

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Scott Cooper Miami Beach Discusses The Florida Seaweed Invasion

Scott Cooper Miami Beach Discusses The Florida Seaweed Invasion

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — A species of seaweed has been washing up on beaches across the Caribbean and South Florida. The amount of seaweed that piled up on Florida beaches during the month of June was three times larger than the previous record set three years earlier.” According ...

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Maldives tourism thrives despite political crackdown

COLOMBO: Foreigners are flocking to the Maldives in ever-greater numbers despite an outcry abroad over the strongman president’s crackdown on political dissent and the locking up of opponents, official figures showed. The number of tourists visiting the white-sanded Indian Ocean archipelago soared 10 per cent year-on-year to 726,515 in the ...

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Lake Salda promises Maldives-like holiday

Nestled away in southwestern Turkey’s Burdur province, lies one of the most popular getaway destinations in the country. With its turquoise blue water and bio-diversity, Lake Salda is reminiscent of the Maldives. Having gained popularity recently thanks to the marvelous pictures visitors have been sharing on Instagram, Lake Salda is ...

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