Haunted always by the Cubana air disaster

By Ronald Austin Last year, on the 37th anniversary of the Cubana disaster, the government of Guyana unveiled a monument to 11 citizens who perished when Cubana flight 455 went down off the Barbados coast. It was a memorial to one of the most painful moments in our post-independence history. This terrorist act occurred because […]

ISIS may have Caribbean link

By Gerald V. Paul Media strategist Bhaskar Sharma told The Camera he met with Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in New York City while she was attending the UN Security Council and praised her position on fighting terrorism, including ISIS. “Trinidad and Tobago became a co-sponsor of a binding resolution compelling countries to […]