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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Puerto Rico

NEWS AMERICAS, SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020: A 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook Puerto Rico on January 6, 2020, collapsing the wall of the ruins of the abandoned but iconic Guánica Light landmark lighthouse in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The earthquake also toppled some other structures and caused power outages and small landslides but there were no reports of casualties, the US ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Puerto Rico

NEWS AMERICAS, SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020: A 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook Puerto Rico on January 6, 2020, collapsing the wall of the ruins of the abandoned but iconic Guánica Light landmark lighthouse in Guanica, Puerto Rico. The earthquake also toppled some other structures and caused power outages and small landslides but there were no reports of casualties, the US ...

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The ISIS Phenomenon in Trinidad and Tobago

By CIJN STAFF WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island republic known as the birthplace of steelpan and calypso. The oil-rich nation of Trinidad and Tobago is the western world’s highest per capita supplier of ISIS recruits. What would cause so many to leave this tropical paradise for a war zone? RIO CLARO, Trinidad and Tobago, TUES. JAN. ...

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The ISIS Phenomenon in Trinidad and Tobago

By CIJN STAFF WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island republic known as the birthplace of steelpan and calypso. The oil-rich nation of Trinidad and Tobago is the western world’s highest per capita supplier of ISIS recruits. What would cause so many to leave this tropical paradise for a war zone? RIO CLARO, Trinidad and Tobago, TUES. JAN. ...

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The ISIS Phenomenon in Trinidad and Tobago

By CIJN STAFF WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island republic known as the birthplace of steelpan and calypso. The oil-rich nation of Trinidad and Tobago is the western world’s highest per capita supplier of ISIS recruits. What would cause so many to leave this tropical paradise for a war zone? RIO CLARO, Trinidad and Tobago, TUES. JAN. ...

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The ISIS Phenomenon in Trinidad and Tobago

By CIJN STAFF WRITERS AND CONTRIBUTORS Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island republic known as the birthplace of steelpan and calypso. The oil-rich nation of Trinidad and Tobago is the western world’s highest per capita supplier of ISIS recruits. What would cause so many to leave this tropical paradise for a war zone? RIO CLARO, Trinidad and Tobago, TUES. JAN. ...

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Venezuela, PetroCaribe, and the “Orgy of Corruption”

By INGRID ARNESEN, JIM CLANCY, DALE ELLIOTT and KIMONE FRANCIS The Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network How An Oil Alliance Founded by then-Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Confront U.S. Influence in the Caribbean Collapsed into Broken Deals, Dashed Hopes and Rampant Corruption. KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020, CIJN: Hugo Chavez, then the Venezuelan President, sat at a wooden table deep in the sweltering jungle, flanked ...

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Venezuela, PetroCaribe, and the “Orgy of Corruption”

By INGRID ARNESEN, JIM CLANCY, DALE ELLIOTT and KIMONE FRANCIS The Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network How An Oil Alliance Founded by then-Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Confront U.S. Influence in the Caribbean Collapsed into Broken Deals, Dashed Hopes and Rampant Corruption. KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020, CIJN: Hugo Chavez, then the Venezuelan President, sat at a wooden table deep in the sweltering jungle, flanked ...

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Venezuela, PetroCaribe, and the “Orgy of Corruption”

By INGRID ARNESEN, JIM CLANCY, DALE ELLIOTT and KIMONE FRANCIS The Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network How An Oil Alliance Founded by then-Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Confront U.S. Influence in the Caribbean Collapsed into Broken Deals, Dashed Hopes and Rampant Corruption. KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020, CIJN: Hugo Chavez, then the Venezuelan President, sat at a wooden table deep in the sweltering jungle, flanked ...

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China’s Opaque Caribbean Trail: Dreams, Deals and Debt

By CARLA BRIDGLAL, IVAN CAIRO, STEFFON CAMPBELL, ALIX LEWIS and NEIL MARKS The Caribbean Investigative Journalism Network KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues. Jan. 7, 2020, CIJN: A hotel. A highway. A port. The prime minister’s house. For Caribbean countries, one of the most visible, expansive, and expensive forms of Beijing’s engagement with the region is its financing of large-scale infrastructure projects. China’s growing economic presence in the Caribbean ...

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