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Family Of Honduras Immigrant Mother Beheaded By Son Raising Money To Send Her Body Back

Honduras immigrant Yesenia Machado was beheaded by her own son on March 6, 2017. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, RALEIGH, NC, Weds. Mar. 15, 2017: Family and friends are raising money to send the body of the Honduras immigrant shockingly beheaded by her eldest son on Monday, March 6th, back for burial in her native land. Loved ones gathered ...

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Kraas Images- Authentic Caribbean stock photos to the World

Staysean Daley believes stock photography is necessary for the Caribbean region. Staysean is a visual communicator at her very core. She was born in Guri, Venezuela to Jamaican parents. An illustrator and designer, Staysean was raised in Jamaica with an infusion of arts and culture the love of which permeates every fibre of her being. Her formal training in visual ...

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Carolina Protect® Hard Armor Plates Will Incorporate HESCO® Technology for Latin America Distribution

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Hesco Armor, Inc. and Carolina Performance Fabrics® receive U.S. Government regulatory approval to manufacture and distribute hard armor plates to Latin America using HESCO Technology. Carolina, already established in Latin America as providers of ballistic protection, will be adding to their portfolio a new range of hard armor plates that utilize ...

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Late Guyanese-American, NYC Politician To Be Remembered

The late Helen M. Marshall, the Guyanese-American, former Queens Borough President By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, QUEENS, NY, Mon. Mar. 13, 2017: The life of Helen M. Marshall, 87, the Guyanese-American, former Queens Borough President, who passed away on March 4, 2017 at her home in Palm Desert, California, will be celebrated in NYC this Sunday in NYC. A ...

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8 Things You Should Know About The Arrest Of This Former Caribbean Head Of State

ormer President and current Opposition Leader of Guyana, Bharrat Jagdeo, speaking to the media. (Facebook image) Compiled By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: A former Caribbean head of state, who in delivering the 18th Annual Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture last October in Florida, said Donald Trump’s woeful unpreparedness to effectively function in ...

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England Boys Hand West Indies Historic Thrashing On Many Fronts

The Windies ironic Twitter post before the third match in Barbados Thursday, Mar. 9, 2017. (Twitter image) By NAN Sports Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: It’s unsure how much more humiliation West Indies cricket fans can take. They keep on being buried in a pile of sh……cream! But they have yet again been forced to ...

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Believe It! – The Face Of adidas Spring Summer 2017 Collection Is A Jamaican Rastafarian

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, New York, NY, Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: The United States’ government says several Caribbean countries, including Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Haiti and the Bahamas, discriminate against Rastafarians. But let’s face it; the discrimination is global in many cases, because of ignorance, stereotyping and mis-information. But one of the largest sports apparel companies globally is ...

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Trump Has Emboldened ICE Agents At All Borders To Terrorize Us All

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: It was John Dalberg-Acton who wrote: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” With executive orders issued last month, and the new ban on Monday, March 6, 2017, Donald Trump has given ICE agents a new reckless power to not just round up and deport ...

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Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Coconut Drops

By Minna LaFortune News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: As a child growing up on Jamaica, one of the many pleasures I enjoyed often from my mother’s kitchen was homemade candies. Homemade candies were a special treat for us as children. These candies were made using coconut, peanut and tamarind. Coconut candies or ‘Drops’ were my favorite. ...

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Corruption Matters – Cut Links to Transnational Crimes

By Ambassador Curtis A. Ward The Ward Post News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Mar. 10, 2017: A recent headline in The Gleaner Jamaica newspaper (26 Feb. 2017), “6-Month Deadline! – Holness Gives Cabinet Members Time to Prove Their Worth” gave me pause and reason to celebrate.  At least so I thought.  Why was I celebrating? I totally misinterpreted the meaning ...

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