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Grenada opens probe into death of Canadian – TheChronicleHerald.ca

CBC.caGrenada opens probe into death of CanadianTheChronicleHerald.caFive police officers charged with beating a Toronto man to death in Grenada have been granted bail. The officers are charged with manslaughter in the death of 39-year-old Oscar Bartho...

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Grenada sprinter Kirani James signs with LIME – New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsGrenada sprinter Kirani James signs with LIMENew York Daily NewsAP Grenada's Kirani James (center) sprints to victory in the 400-meter final at the World Athletics Championships last August in South Korea ahead of USA's LaSha...

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Inquest into Grenada beating death begins – CBC.ca

CBC.caInquest into Grenada beating death beginsCBC.caA preliminary inquest into the death of a Toronto man in Grenada and the five police officers accused of beating him has begun. Public Prosecution director Christopher Nelson said 16 witnesses were e...

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Traveller’s guide: Affordable Caribbean – The Independent

Traveller's guide: Affordable CaribbeanThe IndependentGerry Copsey, managing director of the Caribbean specialist Just Grenada (01373 814214; just grenada.co.uk), says: "Times are tough. Many of the Caribbean hoteliers we deal with no longer t...

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Grenada: Feeling the heat in Caribbean ‘spice island’ – CNN

Grenada: Feeling the heat in Caribbean 'spice island'CNNBy Emily Smith for CNN (CNN) -- The tiny Caribbean nation of Grenada is more often associated with its unforgiving hurricane season and at times turbulent political history, however this w...

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Trade bloc gets aid from UK but punitive tax stays – Amsterdam News

Trade bloc gets aid from UK but punitive tax staysAmsterdam NewsCaribbean trade and foreign ministers sat down last week in Grenada with British Foreign Secretary William Hague to discuss the state of their relations. While all agreed that contact betw...

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MP JOSEPH GILBERT HOLDING CONSTITUENCY MEETING – Barnacle

MP JOSEPH GILBERT HOLDING CONSTITUENCY MEETINGBarnacle“The letter has no binding effect and no legal consequences on the Government of Grenada,'' Mr. Gilbert said in a statement last Thursday. “While some may argue that I should not have wr...

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