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Bermuda Man Faces Murder Charges

CaribWorldNews, NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., Mon. May 1, 2009: A Bermuda man who allegedly drove a gunman from the scene of a fatal shooting at a central New Jersey apartment complex is now facing murder charges. Andre D. Trott of Sandys, Bermuda has been charged with eluding, aggravated assault and hindering the apprehension of alleged shooter Cadre Williams at a shooting ...

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Obama Administration Insists Cuba Must Make The Next Move

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. April 30, 2009: The U.S. State Department is insisting there is no plan to lift the Cuban embargo unless the current administration shows its serious about human rights. The comment comes on a day when Cuban President Raul decried the administration for `achieving only the minimum.` His reference was of course to the recent lifting of ...

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Two Grenadians Quarantined In Swine Flu Alert

CaribWorldNews, St. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Thurs. April 30, 2009: Grenada’s Ministry of Health has placed two persons under quarantine amid suspicion of swine flu. A government statement said Wednesday the two persons, who have not been named, arrived on an American Airlines flight on Tuesday evening from Mexico. It said the Ministry is taking all steps necessary to ensure relevant tests ...

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Obama Insists Immigration Reform On Agenda For Next 100 Days

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. April 30, 2009: Critics of immigration reform may claim the high unemployment rate is no time to address this issue but President Barack Obama insists the hot button topic is high on his agenda for the next 100 days. Obama reiterated the campaign promise during a nation-wide press conference on his 100th day in office Wednesday. ...

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Bermuda Bond Ratings Lowered

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. April 30, 2009: The government of Bermuda has been knocked off its Aaa bond ratings rank by Moody’s Investors Service. Moody’s lowered the bond ratings to Aa2 Wednesday, amid the global credit crisis and recession, which have affected the dependent territory’s insurance industry. Moody’s said it made the decision since the nation was vulnerable to ...

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Former Senator Pleads Not Guilty In Travolta Extortion Case

CaribWorldNews, NASSAU, Bahamas, Thurs. April 30, 2009: Former Bahamas Senator, Pleasant Bridgewater, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he tried to extort $25 million from actor John Travolta following the death of his teenage son in the Bahamas. Bridgewater entered the plea along with paramedic Tarino Lightbourne, who also pleaded not guilty to committing extortion and aiding attempted extortion. ...

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Guyana Opposition Leader Discharged Sources Say

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2009:  Guyana opposition leader, Robert Corbin, was late yesterday released from a New York hospital, reliable sources tell CaribWorldNews. Sources last night told CWNN that the Peoples National Congress Reform leader was discharged last evening from the St. Francis Hospital`s heart center in Long Island. He was reported in stable condition, according to ...

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Powell Says He`s Good To Go For Reebok Grand Prix

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2009: Jamaican Olympian Asafa Powell is vowing to make it up to fans he disappointed last Saturday at the Penn Relays, when he returns to the New York track of Icahn Stadium for the Reebok Grand Prix next month. Via phone, Powell told a group of Caribbean American media from New York and ...

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That Summit Of The Americas

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Weds. April 29, 2009:  Look closely at the official photograph taken at the start of the fifth summit of the Americas and it is hard to miss the symbolism. Compare it to the more formal official group photographs of the third and fourth summits and you cannot help escape the conclusion that a new ...

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Bravo Congresswoman Clarke

Commentary By Arthur Piccolo CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2008: It is nothing short of tantalizing that some hiding in the shadows have decided to attack Congressmember Clarke for recently introducing legislation in Congress to require that the 2010 Census form allow those of Caribbean heritage to properly identify themselves. A few malcontents have actually tried to label ...

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