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How an ancient Islamic holiday became uniquely Caribbean – Houston Chronicle

How an ancient Islamic holiday became uniquely CaribbeanHouston Chronicle(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Ken Chitwood, University of Florida. (THE CONVERSATION) A throng ...

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Vijay Hazare Trophy: Shaw, Rahane heroics flatten Baroda – Times of India

Times of IndiaVijay Hazare Trophy: Shaw, Rahane heroics flatten BarodaTimes of IndiaBENGALURU: Six teams, three grounds in a cricket complex and an equal number of exciting contests. The KSCA Alur stadium on the outskirts of the city saw some young and...

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Ex-Dodger Lee lands new soccer role in Virgin Islands – Fort Dodge Messenger


Fort Dodge Messenger

Ex-Dodger Lee lands new soccer role in Virgin Islands
Fort Dodge Messenger
She just didn't necessarily expect to land along the border of North America and the Caribbean. The 2014 Fort Dodge Senior High graduate has accepted a position as the female youth development officer/coach in the United States Virgin Islands.

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Hurricane Maria – A personal story – Caribbean Business

Caribbean BusinessHurricane Maria – A personal storyCaribbean Business–Scott Smith is the Community and Pet editor at ConsumersAdvocate.org, as well as an inspirational speaker, writer and animal defender. He also runs the “Everybody Loves Sammy” onlin...

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U.S. Designates Two Caribbean Born Nationals ISIS Financiers

By NAN Contributor News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Sept. 20, 2018: The U.S. government on Wednesday designated two Caribbean nationals as financiers of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, (ISIS). The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, (OFAC) took the action against Syria-based, Trinidad-born, US citizen, Emraan Ali and Trinidad-based national, Eddie Aleong. The US ...

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James Allsopp leads Cricket ACT and Meteors into a new era – The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

James Allsopp leads Cricket ACT and Meteors into a new era
The Sydney Morning Herald
Allsopp is set to dive straight into the deep end as Canberra braces for its biggest summer of cricket in history bookended by Manuka Oval's maiden Test match between Australia and Sri Lanka from February 1, the final instalment in a four-year deal to ...

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Woman, 92, and her son, 72, found safe in their native Guyana – CBC.ca

CBC.caWoman, 92, and her son, 72, found safe in their native GuyanaCBC.caMontreal police say an elderly woman and her son have been found safe and sound in Guyana, their native country, and are expected to return home to Montreal soon. Jasmatee Mohan-B...

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PM reminds Guyana about debt cancellation – Trinidad & Tobago Express


Trinidad & Tobago Express

PM reminds Guyana about debt cancellation
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said he was disappointed by the sentiment expressed by some that Trinidad and Tobago wants to takeover Guyana's good fortune as he reminded that T&T wrote off a billion dollar debt Guyana had to this country.

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Govt borrowing $4.2B from IsDB to plug into GPL

Minister of Finance Winston Jordan and the Islamic Development Bank’s (IsDB) Vice President of Sector Operations Mansur Muhtar, on Wednesday in Jeddah signed a US$20M agreement for a loan that is expected to go towards the improvement of the country’s power supply through the Guyana Power and Light Incorporated (GPL Inc.). It was outlined that […]

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Commentary: How Caribbean football was sold out for a few pieces of silver by a band of black brothers – Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)

Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)Commentary: How Caribbean football was sold out for a few pieces of silver by a band of black brothersCaribbean News Now (press release) (blog)*Warner ran CONCACAF (the regional governing body covering soccer in...

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