Survivors of a migrant boat that capsized perch on the overturned vessel off the coast of New Providence island, Bahamas. Royal Bahamas Defence Force/Reuters hide caption toggle caption Royal Bahamas Defence Force/Reuters Survivors of a migrant boat that capsized perch on the overturned vessel off the coast of New Providence
Comment on this story Comment MEXICO CITY — A boat carrying Haitian migrants apparently capsized off the Bahamas early Sunday, and Bahamian security forces recovered the bodies of 17 people and rescued 25 others, authorities said. It wasn’t clear if there were any people missing after the boat sank about
Three Americans who were found dead under mysterious circumstances at a resort in the Bahamas in May died of carbon monoxide poisoning, the authorities said. “At this juncture of the investigation, we can officially confirm that all three of the victims died as a result of asphyxiation due to carbon
Three U.S. citizens died over the weekend at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Great Exuma, Bahamas. Officials are still working to determine the cause of death, but said there were no signs of trauma on the deceased. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Three U.S.
Placeholder while article actions load SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Samples taken from three tourists from Tennessee and Florida who died at a resort in the Bahamas under mysterious circumstances have been sent to a lab in the U.S. to expedite results and help authorities understand what happened, officials said
Three Americans died under mysterious circumstances and another was hospitalized on Friday while they were staying at the Sandals Resort on Great Exuma Island in the Bahamas, the authorities said. The Bahamian police went to the hotel after a staff member found one of the travelers, a man, unresponsive in
new video loaded: Bahamas Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Tribute to Sidney Poitier transcript Back transcript Bahamas Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Tribute to Sidney Poitier Philip Davis, the prime minister of the Bahamas, said the nation’s flags would be lowered to half-staff following the death of Sidney Poitier. The