News Americas, NEW YORK,NY, MON. MAY 27, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean, Latin America and their Diasporas for this Monday morning May 27, 2019:
Several Caribbean immigrants, including a national of St. Kitts, was among 31 recently rounded up by US ICE in New York.
A magnitude 8.0 earthquake in northern Peru has left one dead and several injured.
The murder toll in the twin island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has now reached a whopping 201.
50 Haitian migrants were nabbed over the weekend by the US Coast Guard on an overloaded boat and sent back to the island.
An undocumented immigrant with a heart condition was recently deported back to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
A former Puerto Rican Olympic athlete and coach has been found guilty of sexual enticement and transportation of a minor.
Jamaican American Kate Campbell is among 34 black women who recently graduated from Westpoint Academy.
Barbados-born Sonita Alleyne has become the first black woman appointed to lead an Oxbridge college in the UK.
Singer Buju Banton thrilled fans in Guyana on Saturday night during a pre-independence performance.
And Guyanese singer Eddy Grant was presented a proclamation by the Mayor Jason Lary of Stonecrest,Georgia.