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Killer Of Jamaican Migrant Remains On The Lam

CaribWorldNews, SILVER SPRING, Md., Fri. Sept. 18, 2009: The killer of a 37-year-old Jamaican woman remains on the lam even as police continue to look for clues into the shocking murder. Simone White, who worked two jobs in her adopted home state of Maryland, was found dead last Wednesday morning inside an apartment complex, according to Montgomery County police. Officers ...

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Sir James Returns To Politics In St. Vincent

By Oscar RamjeetSpecial To CWNN CaribWorldNews, BELMOPAN, Belize, Fri. Sept. 18, 2009:  Former St. Vincent Prime Minister, Sir James Mitchell, who is now 78 years old, has come out of retirement after eight years to lend support to the New Democratic Party, which he founded nearly three decades ago. Mitchell made his grand re-entry at the launching of a `Vote ...

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Barclays Under Fire Over Cayman Island Deal

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Fri. Sept. 18, 2009: Barclays bank has come under fire over a $12 billion Cayman Island deal. The deal will see the bank`s toxic debt being transferred to an offshore company in the British-dependent island. The fund is being managed by 45 of its former staffers, Guardian UK reports indicate. It will be called the Protium fund ...

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Britain`s Caribbean-born AG Under Investigation

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Fri. Sept. 18, 2009: The Dominca-born, UK attorney general now faces an investigation by the the UK Border Agency for her hiring of an undocumented migrant. Baroness Patricia Scotland will have to surrender all paperwork relating to the employment of her recently fired Tongan housekeeper, Loloahi Tapui. `The UK Border Agency will conduct this investigation as they ...

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Former Pastoral Minister Indicted For Sexually Abusing Haitian Boys

CaribWorldNews, HARTFORD, CT, Fri. Sept. 18, 2009: An American national who once seemed like a savior to some Haitian street children was on Thursday indicted in Connecticut for sexually abusing nine Haitian boys at a school he founded. Douglas Perlitz, 39, a pastoral minister, volunteer and founder of the Project Pierre Toussaint school in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, was this week indicted ...

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Talks On Direct Mail Service Between Cuba And U.S. Underway

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Sept. 18, 2009: President Barack Obama may have renewed the Cuba embargo but his administration is looking to make further changes in its relationship with Cuba. The U.S. State Department has revealed that talks aimed at re-establishing direct mail service between the two countries have begun. A US delegation led by the deputy assistant secretary of ...

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That Caribbean Court Of Justice

By Oscar RamjeetSpecial To CWNN CaribWorldNews, BELMOPAN, Belize, Weds. Sept. 16, 2009: There seems to be a glimmer of hope for a few more countries to join the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice. After five years and five months since its establishment on April 12, 2004, no other country has joined Guyana and Barbados to make the ...

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Public Defender To Make Case For Stanford

CaribWorldNews, HOUSTON, Texas, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2009: Disgraced billionaire and cricket entrepreneur, Sir R. Allen Stanford, will have to settle for a public defender. The decision comes on the heels of Stanford`s claims that he has no money to pay for an attorney at this time to defend him in the $7 billion Ponzi scheme charge leveled by the U.S. ...

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Caribbean American Congresswoman Slams Post Report On Antigua Trip

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2009: Caribbean American Congresswoman, Yvette Clarke, has slammed a New York Post report that she violated House rules during her recent travels to Antigua. The congresswoman called the story, which quoted Jock Friedly, president and founder of LegiStorm, as saying she broke the law in allowing foreign governments to pay for her travel ...

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New U.S. Ambassador To Belize To Present Credentials Today

CaribWorldNews, BELMOPAN, Belize, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2009:  The new U.S. ambassador to Belize, Vinai Thummalapally. has taken up his position in Belmopan, the country`s capital. Thummalpally arrived in the country on Tuesday and will today, Thursday, Sept. 17th, formally present his credentials to Governor General Sir Colville Young, and  pay a courtesy call on  Foreign Affairs Minister, Wilfred Elrington, who ...

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