World News Headlines – Nov 13th

    • St. Thomas has been named the number one cruise destination in the Caribbean.
    • An Arctic air mass has brought record-breaking low temperatures to several places in the US.
    • Bolivian opposition senator Jeanine Áñez has declared herself interim president of the South American country following Evo Morales’ resignation.
    • Jamaica’s Government has given approval for $1 billion to be spent over the next three months to battle the dengue outbreak in the island.
    • Parts of the Italian city of Venice have been left under water after the highest tide in more than 50 years.
    • Hillary Clinton has said she is “under enormous pressure” to challenge US President Donald Trump in next year’s White House election.
    • The University of the West Indies has applauded the Antigua and Barbuda’s decision to offer 60 scholarships to students at The UWI’s new Five Islands Campus in Antigua.
    • Australian authorities have warned that massive bushfires raging in two states will continue to pose a threat, despite “catastrophic” conditions easing.
    • Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, one of three Republicans to challenge President Donald Trump, has ended his 2020 White House bid.