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Energy, Venezuela But No S-Hole Apology As Rex Tillerson Meets Jamaica PM

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Feb. 8, 2018: US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, stopped over in Jamaica Wednesday for a quick meeting with the country’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness. But while there was a lot of talk on energy and Venezuela, the infamous S-Hole comment from the US Secretary’s boss did not make it into the conversation – ...

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Dominica Can Lead The Region On Clean Energy Says Bill Clinton

  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 7, 2018: Former US President Bill Clinton believes that the Commonwealth island of Dominica can lead the Caribbean region as a clean energy producer. Clinton’s comments came as he toured the hurricane ravaged island Tuesday and thanked the Government of Norway for allowing the Clinton Foundation, to participate in the effort of ...

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DISGUSTING! – Virginia Missionary Pleads Guilty To Child Sexual Abuse In Haiti

News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. Feb. 7, 2018: A 40-year-old Stuarts Draft, Virginia missionary has pleaded guilty to child sexual abuse in Haiti. James Daniel Arbaugh pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg, Virginia, Tuesday to traveling from the United States to Haiti and engaging in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. Arbaugh admitted to one count of ...

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A Former US President Will Be In This Caribbean Island Today

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Feb. 6, 2018: A former U.S. President will be in a CARICOM Caribbean island nation that was devastated by Hurricane Maria last September. Former US President Bill Clinton, fresh from visits to the U.S. Virgin Islands Monday, will be in the Commonwealth of Dominica today as part of an effort to highlight ongoing efforts ...

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Caribbean Travel – Get Ready For A New Sint Maarten To Tortola Service

News Americas, TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands, Mon. Feb. 5, 2018: interCaribbean Airways celebrating its 26th year of continuous services, is accelerating its start date of services from Sint Maarten to Tortola with onward connections to Santo Domingo, San Juan and Antigua. The original start of service to and from Sint Maarten of March 22, is moved forward in response to ...

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5 Caribbean Moments From Super Bowl LII

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Mon. Feb. 5, 2018: Caribbean fans were among those last night celebrating the Super Bowl win of the under dogs, Philadelphia Eagles, over the defending champions New England Patriots in Minnesota last night. “Best Super Bowl in years! Congratulations, Eagles,” commented Jamaican Albert Graham while Team Jamaica Bickle’s Irwine Clare, Sr., O.D., ...

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Meet The Two Caribbean Roots Players In Today’s Super Bowl

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Sun. Feb. 4, 2018: You may love or hate the New England Patriots, but they are the only team with Caribbean roots players in today’s Super Bowl LII. Sorry Eagles fans! They are: Patrick Chung Jamaican New England Patriots Patrick Chung Patriots defensive safety, Kingston, Jamaica-born Patrick Chung, is set to play in ...

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A David Versus Goliath Election Race Is Coming to Brooklyn

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 2, 2018: Is Adem Bunkeddeko a young Barack Obama from Brooklyn? We will find out in a few months on Primary Day, June 26, 2018, when he challenges veteran Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke for her seat in the U.S. Congress. While Congresswoman Clarke may not look like the Goliath of ...

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A David Versus Goliath Election Race Is Coming to Brooklyn

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 2, 2018: Is Adem Bunkeddeko a young Barack Obama from Brooklyn? We will find out in a few months on Primary Day, June 26, 2018, when he challenges veteran Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke for her seat in the U.S. Congress. While Congresswoman Clarke may not look like the Goliath of ...

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A David Versus Goliath Election Race Is Coming to Brooklyn

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 2, 2018: Is Adem Bunkeddeko a young Barack Obama from Brooklyn? We will find out in a few months on Primary Day, June 26, 2018, when he challenges veteran Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke for her seat in the U.S. Congress. While Congresswoman Clarke may not look like the Goliath of ...

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