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Caribbean Hurricane Aftermath – 10 Things That Have Become The New Norm For Crucians After Hurricane Maria

An elderly resident of Estate Ruby clutches a pack of batteries given to him by Albert Bryan, Jr. of Operation Rebuild the Virgin Islands. (Melody Rames image) News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: It’s been a month since Hurricane Maria slammed into St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, turning the lives of its 50,000 plus residents upside ...

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Trump’s America – Episode #38 – 2 Most Dangerous Men On Earth – Trump & Xi

They Are Distorting Reality! By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017:  One of them is brilliant; the other is an idiot. If you don’t know which is which – go have a Reality Checkup right now. They are both very dangerous to the world’s health for different reasons but with the tremendous destructive potential and ...

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Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Curry Fish Head

By Minna LaFortune News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: The eating of fish and other sea foods are commonplace in the Caribbean and its Diaspora. A natural expectation as the region is situated in the Caribbean Sea.  One of the favorite dishes to cook in the Caribbean apart from escoveitched fish, stewed fish, fried fish and fish ...

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Caribbean ET Round-Up

Guyanese-born, Barbados-based singer, producer, song writer, musician and label owner, Eddy Grant, has released a new album after many years. News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Officials in Barbados are considering naming a street after its most famous daughter. The name of Westbury New Road, the street in Bridgetown, where Bajan superstar Rihanna grew up, will soon ...

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Caribbean Sports Round-Up – Sports Stars Step Up To Help Aid Hurricane Relief Efforts

From left, president of Queen’s Park Cricket Club, Deryck Murray; Chief Executive Officer of SporTT, Dinanath Ramnarine; West Indies selector, Lockhart Sebastien, GM Retail and Commercial Banking – First Citizens, Robin Lewis and member of the LOC, Colin Murray at a press conference for the Hurricane Relief Charity T20 tournament. News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Some of ...

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Immigration: How Trump Played Pelosi and Schumer

  House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (C) speaks at a press conference following her face-to-face meetings and discussion sessions with young immigrants protected by DACA in Los Angeles, California on October 18, 2017. President Donald Trump has cast serious doubt on the future of 690,000 US residents brought illegally to the country as children after he presented Congress with a ...

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Caribbean Travel – Winners And Losers In Changing US Cuba Travel Policy

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Over the last two and a half years the number of US visitors to Cuba has surged in response to changing US policy. According to Cuban statistics, while just 37,459 US citizens visited in 2014, some 285,000 did so in 2016. This dramatic increase followed changes introduced by President ...

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Generac: Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Electrical Storms. How To Continue With Your Life And Your Business?

MEXICO CITY, Oct. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Recently, hurricane Irma made landfall in Puerto Rico and the consequences were devastating. According to the island’s Emergency Management Agency, almost one million people ran out of electricity and there are more than 50,000 without water; 14 hospitals used generators due to loss of power, and some roads were obstructed by ...

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For Richard Branson The Time Is Now For Caribbean Leaders To Build A Renewable Energy Future

Sir Richard Branson among the ruins of his Necker Island on the BVI following the passage of Hurricane Irma. (Twitter image/Sir Richard Branson) News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Thurs. Oct. 19, 2017: For Virgin Group Founder, Sir Richard Branson, the time is now for Caribbean leaders to lean in and embrace a renewable energy future. Weeks after Hurricanes Irma and Maria ...

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Son Of Ugandan Immigrants Challenging NY Caribbean American Congresswoman For Seat

Adem Bunkeddeko is running with an aggressive agenda as a Democratic challenger to Congresswoman Yvette Clarke. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Weds.. Oct. 18, 2017: A 29-year-old Ugandan-American is challenging Brooklyn, NY Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, 52, for her seat. Adem Bunkeddeko is running with an aggressive agenda as a Democratic challenger to Clarke. He has made affordable housing a ...

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