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- "Chronic shortage of innovation" in the Caribbean says World Bank economist December 9, 2013The World Bank said regional firms develop new products less frequently than their counterparts in other developing regions, stating that in Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico and Venezuela, the rate of product development is less than half than that of Thailand or Macedonia.
- Hypocrisy takes center stage at WTO meeeting December 9, 2013OPINION: A last-minute objection by Cuba and three Latin American allies held up the agreement Friday night, with Cuba objecting to the hypocrisy of a “trade facilitation” agreement.
- Caribbean leaders to attend Nelson Mandela’s funeral December 9, 2013Mandela, 95, died last Thursday, following a prolonged illness. He will be buried on Sunday, December 15.
- Huge cocaine find at Jamaica port December 9, 2013The seizure comes days after police, along with members of the Contraband Enforcement Team intercepted a barrel with the two bullet-making and re-loading machines and 3,300 bullets at Kingston Wharves.
- WICB withdraws Under-19 players from Bangladesh December 9, 2013The WICB said the decision to withdraw the team is in the best interest of the safety and security of the players and officials.
- Mandela, pacifist or rebel? December 9, 2013Mandela spent years in prison, starting in 1962. In 1964 he was tried for sabotage and sentenced to life. His rebelliousness sustained him for 27 years in prison, during which time he turned down three offers of parole.
- Mandela daughter recalls final hours December 9, 2013Nelson Mandela's daughter Makaziwe tells the BBC about the former president's "wonderful" final moments, with the whole family around him.
- US to fly AU peacekeepers into CAR December 10, 2013The US military is to help fly African Union peacekeeping troops from Burundi into the Central African Republic, officials say.
- Deal could 'refill' drying Dead Sea December 9, 2013Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority sign a water co-operation pact aimed at one day replenishing the rapidly drying Dead Sea.
- Ukraine police move on opposition December 9, 2013Ukrainian security forces are moving in on anti-government protesters and an opposition party, in a stand-off over government dealings with the EU.
- US and UK 'spy on virtual games' December 9, 2013US and British spies infiltrated online fantasy games in an effort to identify terrorist threats, according to media reports.
- UN to check Libya uranium stockpiles December 9, 2013The United Nations says nuclear inspectors will visit Libya to assess its uranium stockpiles, amid concerns about fragile security in the country.
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