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Five Days Left to Mail Back 2010 Census Forms

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Tues. April 12, 2010: Today marks the five-day count down for residents across America to mail back their 2010 Census questionnaires. Residents are encouraged to promptly mail back their forms, because census data are used to determine how more than $400 billion of federal funding is spent annually on community services, including hospitals, schools, senior centers, roads ...

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U.S. Marshals Arrest Puerto Rican Fugitive

CaribWorldNews, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Tues. April 13, 2010: A former Puerto Rican Police officer turned fugitive has been nabbed by the United States Marshal for the District of Puerto Rico. Edgardo Seda-Arroyo, alias `Rambo` had led Puerto Rico Fugitive Task Force`s Most Wanted List but was recently arrested by the United States Marshals. Seda-Arroyo had been wanted by the ...

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St. Vincent And The Grenadines-Flagged Ship Hijacked

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. April 13, 2010: A St. Vincent and the Grenadines-flagged cargo ship has become the latest to be hijacked by Somalian pirates. The MV RAK AFRIKANA cargo ship was reportedly taken approximately 280 nautical miles or 322 miles West of the Seychelles Sunday morning. The MV RAK AFRIKANA has a deadweight of 7,561 tones and is ...

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Youth-Led Latin American Group Sets Out To Build Shelters For Haitians

CaribWorldNews, GRAND GOAVE, Haiti , Tues. April 13, 2010: Maryse Auguste says she`s happy with her new home, a tidy, one-room shelter built after the January 12 earthquake by young volunteers of Un Techo Para Mi País (Spanish for A Roof for My Country), a non-governmental organization specialized in providing temporary housing to the desperately poor in 16 Latin American ...

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That Caribbean Drought

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Tues. April 13, 2010:  Before last December`s climate change conference in Copenhagen, global public opinion was clearly supportive of an internationally agreed initiative to address the man-made aspects of global warming. Now it is more divided. The failure of the conference to reach a binding agreement; revelations that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on ...

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OAS Mission Claims Positive And Constructive Consultations In Haiti

CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Mon. April 12, 2010: The Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States has claimed the body has concluded `very positive and constructive consultations` with Haiti. Ambassador Albert R. Ramdin, who led a six-member political and technical mission to Port au Prince, left the Haitian capital Saturday after meetings with senior Haitian officials including the Haitian ...

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Team Jamaica Bickle Appeals For Support For Caribbean Athletes

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 12, 2010: Officials of Team Jamaica Bickle are appealing for sponsorship and donations to help host dozens of Caribbean athletes set to descend on the annual Penn Relays from April 22-24, 2010. Every year for the past 16 years, Team Jamaica Bickle, has been at the forefront of caring for Jamaican athletes, who make ...

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Colombian Pop Star Pitches In To Help Haiti

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 12, 2010: Sexy Colombian pop star, Shakira, is pitching in to help children devastated by the January 12th earthquake in Haiti. The singer, according to Reuters News, is set to build a school in the Caribbean nation. She was quoted as saying that the school would be modeled on similar establishments created by her ...

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Trinidad Basketballer Who Stopped Shoe Bomber Now A US Citizen

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 12, 2010: The  Trinidad-born basketball player who helped stop shoe bomber Richard Reid from blowing up an American Airlines flight is now officially an American citizen. Kwame James, 32, was sworn in as a naturalized U.S. citizen on Thursday, April 8th. `I feel great. Obviously it has been a long time coming. I feel ...

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No Propofol Administering For Jackson`s Caribbean Born Doc.

CaribWorldNews, LOS ANGELES, CA, Mon. April 12, 2010:  The former doctor to the King of Pop, Caribbean-born Conrad Murray, has been banned from administering Propofol for now. The doctor has agreed to stop administering the drug while awaiting trial on manslaughter charges stemming from the June 25, 2009 death of the Michael Jackson. Murray made the agreement in an Agreed ...

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