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Grenada Newspaper Attracts Attention Of Reporters Without Borders

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Thurs. Oct. 29, 2009: A weekly Grenada newspaper that could be closed because of a judge`s ruling this week, has attracted the attention of well known organization, Reporters Without Borders. The organization said a ruling by High Court Judge Claire Henry ordering the liquidation of the assets of The Grenada Today weekly after the owners failed to ...

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Haiti Child Abuse Suspect Remains Jailed

CaribWorldNews, NEW HAVEN, CT, Thurs. Oct. 29, 2009: A 39-year-old man accused of sexually abusing nine Haitian boys will remain jailed for now. Judge Joan G. Margolis on Wednesday ordered Douglas Perlitz to remain jailed after he failed to reach a $4-5 million bond. Perlitz, formerly of Connecticut, has insisted he is innocent of charges that he travelled outside of ...

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Haitian Doctor Stabbed By Patient In Boston

CaribWorldNews, BOSTON, MA, Thurs. Oct. 29, 2009: A Haitian-born doctor was last night recovering from an attack by a psychiatric patient in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Astrid Desrosiers, according to hospital officials, was in serious but stable condition last night after being stabbed by Jay Carciero, 37, of Reading. Carciero reportedly attacked Dr. Desrosiers during a treatment session at the Massachusetts ...

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Son Of Belize Prime Minister Deported

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Oct. 29, 2009: The son of Belize Prime Minister, Jamal `Shyne` Barrow, has been deported back to his country of birth. Barrow, better known as rapper Shyne, was reportedly deported on Wednesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. The rapper was sent back aboard a Continental Airlines flight in Buffalo, New York. He was ...

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Castro`s Sister Reveals She Was CIA

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Tues. Oct. 27, 2009: The sister of Fidel and Raul Castro has revealed in a stunning memoir that she in fact worked against her brothers by collaborating with the Central Intelligence Agency. Juanita Castro in her memoirs entitled `Fidel and Raul, My Brothers, the Secret History,` said she used the code named Donna and helped foes of ...

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Cuban Citizen Arraigned Over Trafficking Counterfeit Slot Machines

CaribWorldNews, LAS VEGAS, NV., Tues. Oct. 27, 2009: A 43-year-old Cuban national has been arraigned in Nevada for allegedly producing and selling counterfeit International Game Technology video gaming machines, commonly known as slot machines, and counterfeit IGT computer programs. Rodolfo Rodriguez Cabrera is accused with another man of selling unauthorized copies of computer programs designed for IGT video slot machines ...

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Group Says Caribbean HIV/AIDS Rates On The Decline

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Tues. Oct. 27. 2009: A group focused on HIV/AIDS in the region claims the disease across the Caribbean is on the decline. The Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/AIDS on Monday said the number of people with HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean showed a decline last year when compared to previous years. Pointing to the latest reported ...

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Stanford Victims Direct Rage At Antigua

CaribWorldNews, DALLAS, TX, Tues. Oct. 27, 2009: Several individuals who claim they are victims of the alleged fraud perpetrated by Sir R. Allen Stanford, are now directing their anger towards the country that granted the former billionaire citizenship and a knighthood. The Stanford Victims Coalition and the law firm Morgenstern & Blue have written over 50 US Senators and Congressmen ...

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Haitians Keep Up Call For TPS

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Tues. Oct. 27, 2009: Over 10 months after President Barack Obama was sworn in to office, Haitians in Florida are still making the call for Temporary Protected Status. Despite voting for Obama in numbers and numerous calls from both activists and congressional representatives, the White House has continued to ignore the call to grant TPS to undocumented ...

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OLINT`s David Smith Set For November Court Date

CaribWorldNews, PROVINCALES, Turks & Caicos, Tues. Oct. 27, 2009: Jamaican businessman, David Smith, who is accused of 26 counts of criminal offences regarding his company OLINT TCI, will now have to wait on a November court date. Smith yesterday had his case postponed to November 3rd in the British dependent Turks and Caicos Islands. The charges against him include theft, ...

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