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Notes from Grenada – BusinessDay


Notes from Grenada
BusinessDay
OBADIAH MAILAFIA-2 How many wives do you have?” I was rather taken aback by the question, so direct and so unexpected, especially coming from a waitress during breakfast at the Grand Beach Resort Hotel in St. George, Grenada. I respond that I am ...

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Jerry Leon Logan – Daily Sentinel Star

Jerry Leon LoganDaily Sentinel StarJerry Leon Logan, 70, of Coffeeville, passed away Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013, at his residence. He was born on Oct. 11, 1943, in Yalobusha County to Frank and Mary Harrison Logan. He served in the U.S. Army in the Vietnam...

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Grenada’s PM concerned about new EU policy – Go Jamaica


Grenada's PM concerned about new EU policy
Go Jamaica
Grenada's Prime Minister, Dr Keith Mitchell has expressed concern over new European Union (EU) policies towards former colonies. Mitchell was speaking at a recent Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) stakeholders consultation with the African Caribbean and ...
ACP group ends meeting with concerns over EU policiesJamaica Observer

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Off topic: Granada vs. Grenada, mapping coolness, US migration … – SiliconBeat


Off topic: Granada vs. Grenada, mapping coolness, US migration ...
SiliconBeat
You say Granada, they fly you to Grenada. Mapping what's cool, from Canada to the U.K. to China. Speaking of maps, Americans on the move: charting U.S. migration estimates. Studying schadenfreude, or when people take pleasure in others' pain.

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Grenada action still pays U.S. dividends – Atlanta Journal Constitution


Grenada action still pays U.S. dividends
Atlanta Journal Constitution
The objective was the liberation of Grenada, including the rescue of nearly 1,000 mostly American citizens who were attending the medical school at St. George's University. This story continues on our new premium website for subscribers, MyAJC.com.

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It must be Granada – or is it Grenada? – Windsor Star

It must be Granada - or is it Grenada?Windsor StarA British woman had a teachable moment when her vacation to Moorish Spain became a beach holiday in the Caribbean. Lamenda Kingdon thought she had booked a trip to Spain, hoping to enjoy the spectacular...

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30 Years Later, Remembering Grenada’s ‘Socialist Experiment’ – New America Media


30 Years Later, Remembering Grenada's 'Socialist Experiment'
New America Media
Don Rojas didn't know that when he accepted Maurice Bishop's offer to become his press secretary that he'd end up being an eyewitness to a coup, and an invasion of Grenada by the U.S. military. Rojas, 64, said he served as press secretary in the years ...

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30 years after Marines invaded Grenada – Workers World

Washington Informer30 years after Marines invaded GrenadaWorkers WorldThe main purpose was to violently wipe out a leadership dedicated to building a society free of neocolonial domination, using a socialist philosophy and practice suited to Grenada. R...

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Booking mix-up sends woman to Grenada – not Granada – San Francisco Chronicle (blog)


Booking mix-up sends woman to Grenada – not Granada
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
A British woman who thought she was on her way to Granada, Spain, last month got quite a shock when she learned two hours into her flight that the plane she was on was actually heading to the Caribbean island of Grenada. Lamenda Kingdon tells local ...

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Grenada to Lower Income Tax Threshold – Caribbean Journal

Grenada to Lower Income Tax ThresholdCaribbean JournalGrenada is planning to lower its income tax threshold, according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell. Under the current tax regime, citizens earning in excess of $22,222 USD (EC $60,000) per year qu...

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