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Guyanese Visitor Killed By Drunk Driver

CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: The family of Enrico Graves are still trying to come to grips with his death hours after his arrival in New York Saturday. Graves had arrived from Guyana to visit relatives in Brooklyn when he was struck and killed by a drunk driver at Linden Boulevard near Church Avenue. Graves had been out ...

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Barbados Poll Shows Favor For Minister of Social Care As New PM

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: A poll by a top Barbados newspaper has found that Bajans prefer Minister of Social Care Chris Sinckler than Attorney General Freundel Stuart to replace a gravely ill Prime Minister David Thompson as the country`s leader. The poll found that 35 percent of 1,000 respondents in all 30 constituencies, choose him as the ...

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Jamaican Group Say Phillips Not Miller Should Lead Opposition

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: A group that describes itself as `organized PNP members and supporters` yesterday claimed it is Dr. Peter Phillips and not Portia Simpson Miller who should lead the Peoples National Party. Their comments come as the PNP held its 72nd annual conference Sunday with Simpson Miller pushing the theme of unity while naming Phillips ...

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Bronx Church Mourn Jamaican Fatalities

CaribWorldNews, BRONX, NY, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: Members of a small Pentecostal church in the Bronx on Sunday cried openly as they tried to come to grips with the loss of six members of their congregation in a vehicular accident on Saturday. The Joy Fellowship Christian Assemblies church lost several Jamaican-born members, including their senior pastor, Bishop Simon White, 55, ...

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Igor Inches Closer To Bermuda

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: Bermuda last night was under a hurricane watch with forecasters at 8 p.m. last night predicting the storm`s center will pass near or over the territory soon. Igor, now a category one storm, however, started punishing Bermuda with squalls Sunday afternoon as it approached from the south. At press time it was 65.7 ...

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Caribbean Leaders For U.N. General Assembly

CaribWorldNews, UNITED NATIONS, NY, Mon. Sept. 20, 2010: Caribbean leaders are among those set for the annual gathering of global heads of state at the United Nations beginning today. The Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guyana and St. Lucia are among nations for the opening high level plenary meeting of the General Assembly today, September 20th. Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Bahamas and ...

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Dominican Fishermen First To Benefit From NGO

By Indi McLymont-Lafayette CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Fri. 17, 2010:  Fishermen will tell you that it is not easy making a living.  Fish get scarcer or smaller, and you have to go further or deeper to get good fish.  You also have to protect the nursery areas of baby fish. So fishermen have to balance many environmental concerns. In the island ...

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Thirteen Arrested For Human Trafficking In Jamaica

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Fri. Sept. 17, 2010: Thirteen persons of varied nationalities were yesterday busted for allegedly masterminding a human trafficking ring in Jamaica.Investigators at Jamaica`s Organized Crime Investigation Division say the 13 includes nationals from Panama, the Dominican Republic, Guyana and Italy. Detectives also identified a number of locals who they want to question in connection with the human ...

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U.S. Lauds St. Kitts and Nevis On Independence Anniversary

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C, Fri. Sept. 17, 2010: The U.S. yesterday applauded St. Kitts and Nevis ahead of its 27th year of independence on September 19th. U.S. Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton pledged continued commitment to the partnership through the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative, which is aimed at enhancing the security and prosperity of the region. `We look forward to expanding our ...

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Man Murdered In St. Lucian PM`s Constituency Office

CaribWorldNews, CASTRIES, St Lucia, Sat. Sept. 18, 2010: A 30-year-old man was murdered in a brazen day time shooting that occurred in the  constituency office of St. Lucia Prime Minister Stephenson King as the head of state was inside. King Friday condemned the murder of the man, whose name was not released. Reports are that the man was recently released ...

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