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Brand Jamaica Makes Its Way Into German Politics

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Dec. 14, 2017: There is no stopping Brand Jamaica. By some weird coincidence, Jamaica has found its way into German politics this year leading to the word of the year – “Jamaika-Aus.” The Society for German Language has chosen “Jamaika-Aus,” which translates to “Jamaica Out,” as the country’s 2017 Word of the Year. The ...

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If You Paid For Solodyn®, A Class Action Lawsuit May Affect Your Rights

NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ – You may be affected by a class action lawsuit against Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp., and Impax Laboratories, (“Defendants”). The lawsuit claims that Defendants unlawfully delayed the availability of allegedly less-expensive generic versions of Solodyn and that Defendants’ conduct caused certain consumers and third-party payors (discussed below) to pay too much for Solodyn in ...

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Caribbean American Congresswoman Has A Simple Message For Doug Jones

Senator Elect Doug Jones and his wife at last night’s victory party in Birmingham, Alabama. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 13, 2017: Millions continue to celebrate the stunning election Tuesday night of Alabama Democratic Senatorial candidate, Doug Jones, to the US Senate, including Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke. Shortly after CNN projected Jones as the winner of the ...

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Cable & Wireless Announces John Reid, CEO to Step Down

News Americas, MIAMI, Dec. 12, 2017: Cable & Wireless Communications (”C&W”) today announced that John Reid will step down from the position of CEO in early 2018. An announcement on C&W’s incoming CEO will be made in due course, and until that time, Reid will remain in the post and will support the transition to new leadership. Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty ...

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Barbudans Struggle To Recover Months After Irma

Ferron Deazle, a displaced resident from the island of Barbuda, sits inside a shelter at a cricket stadium on December 7, 2017 in St John’s, Antigua. Barbuda, which covers only 62 square miles, was nearly leveled when Hurricane Irma made landfall with 185mph winds on the night of September 6. Diane Beazer, a displaced resident from the island of Barbuda, ...

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Ciao Willy Pic. Of The Week – Nudist Restaurant

              Diners seem unperturbed by this clear Ciao Willy moment chat in Paris on December 5, 2017. The newly opened nudist restaurant ‘o’naturel’ in Paris has a leave your coats, your pants and your inhibitions at the door. Located down a quiet side street in southwest Paris, O’naturel is billed as the French capital’s ...

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Caribbean News – Haitian Deportees Spike Dramatically Under Donald Trump

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 8, 2017: The deportation of Haitian immigrants under the Donald Trump administration has spiked dramatically this fiscal year, News Americas has found. According to the latest data from the Department of Homeland Security, (DHS), over 5,500 Haitians were deported back to their homeland in Fiscal Year 2017, a massive ...

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Caribbean News – Funeral Set For Caribbean Born Patty King

CEO of Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, in happier times at the Jamaican Consulate, NYC in 2009. (Hayden Roger Celestin Image/File Photo) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Dec. 8, 2017: The body of the Caribbean-born, co-founder of the Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, Lowell Fitzgerald Hawthorne, is set to be laid to rest on December 19, 2017, ...

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