Crash Landing at Montserrat Airport Injures 2, Facility Reopens – The St Kitts Nevis Observer


The John A Osborne Airport in Montserrat reopened for normal operations this morning following an incident yesterday with an SVG Islander aircraft which left two passengers injured. A statement from the airport says on September 29, SVG Islander (BN2) J8VBI aircraft flight 207 with seven people and 1 hour 20 minutes fuel, en route from Antigua, landed on John A […]
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NYC Council Member Asks Biden to Stop Deporting Haitian Immigrants - The St Kitts Nevis Observer

CNW- A US Haitian legislator has written to United States President Joe Biden, appealing to him to stop the deportation of Haitian migrants and end what he described as “the cruel treatment of Haitians. “I remain deeply troubled by the treatment of Haitian immigrants arriving at the Texas border as […]