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Another Canadian Company Makes Inroads Into The Caribbean Weed Market

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 14, 2018: An Ontario, Canada company has announced that it intends to launch a strategic partnership into the Caribbean cannabis market as part of its plan to expand internationally. FSD Pharma Inc. on Thursday said it has signed a Letter of Intent with JJAMACANN Inc. to form a joint venture operating as FSD ...

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Emergency Surgery For Stabbed Right Wing Presidential Candidate In Brazil

News Americas, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, Fri. Sept. 14, 2018: Remember that far-right candidate in Brazil’s presidential election who was stabbed last Thursday, September 6th? Well doctors for Jair Bolsonaro performed another major surgery to repair adhesions in his intestinal walls caused by the stabbing. The 63-year-old remains in intensive care following the attack by a lone assailant. He suffered a ...

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When An Immigrant Is Murdered – Botham Shem Jean And Donald Trump’s Double Standard

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 14, 2018: By now many have heard the sad case of another black man shot by a U.S. police officer, this time an upstanding legal Caribbean immigrant with a stellar future ahead of him and from an upstanding family. According to Dallas police reports, St. Lucia-born, Botham Shem Jean, ...

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Caribbean Recipe – Dhal

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 14, 2018: This week we bring you a recipe that is especially popular in the Indo-Caribbean communities in the region and the Diaspora. It is dhal, which is usually served with rice and meat or vegetable curries or with roti or drank as a soup. Here’s the recipe. Ingredients: ½ pack Yellow Split ...

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Trump’s America – Episode 87 – Culture Of Corruption

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 14, 2018: None of my readers will be surprised by CORRUPTION. At least I hope not. Corruption has existed since the first human society existed some thousands of years ago. It is inherent in human society. So why shouldn’t corruption exist globally today? And on display right here in our ...

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Funeral For Murdered Caribbean Immigrant Botham Jean Is Today In Texas

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 13, 2018: The family for Botham Shem Jean, the 26-year-old St. Lucian immigrant shot to death in his own apartment by a White Dallas Police Officer last Thursday night, September 6th, is getting ready to say a final adieu today even as they continue to await answers on his killing. ...

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The Pleasing Unpredictability of the NFL

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Sept. 12, 2018: One of the best things about professional sport is the way that it’s never completely predictable. Of course, there are some amazing analysts and pundits out there, but even the most studious, worldly experts can sometimes be caught out because one never quite knows how it’s all going to play out. This ...

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The Pleasing Unpredictability of the NFL

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Sept. 12, 2018: One of the best things about professional sport is the way that it’s never completely predictable. Of course, there are some amazing analysts and pundits out there, but even the most studious, worldly experts can sometimes be caught out because one never quite knows how it’s all going to play out. This ...

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Caribbean Immigrants Take To Social Media To Remember 9/11

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Sept. 12, 2018: It’s been 17 years already since that horrific day on September 11, 2011 when some 2,800 people – an estimated 600 of whom were migrants and over 125 from the Caribbean – lost their lives. On Monday, many Caribbean immigrants who worked near the World Trade Center ...

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Caribbean Immigrants Take To Social Media To Remember 9/11

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Sept. 12, 2018: It’s been 17 years already since that horrific day on September 11, 2011 when some 2,800 people – an estimated 600 of whom were migrants and over 125 from the Caribbean – lost their lives. On Monday, many Caribbean immigrants who worked near the World Trade Center ...

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