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Not Enough Says UWI Vice Chancellor Of British Slavery Apologies

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON, UK, Mon. June 22, 2020 (Reuters) – British financial institutions that benefited from slavery such as Lloyd’s of London should go further than saying sorry for their role in the Atlantic slave trade and atone for their sins by funding Caribbean development. That’s the word from chairman of the CARICOM Reparations ...

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For DACA recipients – ‘rollercoaster’ ride with U.S. Supreme Court victory

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Kristina Cooke and Mimi Dwyer LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) – Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children’s camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation. One of ...

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For DACA recipients – ‘rollercoaster’ ride with U.S. Supreme Court victory

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Kristina Cooke and Mimi Dwyer LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) – Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children’s camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation. One of ...

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For DACA recipients – ‘rollercoaster’ ride with U.S. Supreme Court victory

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Kristina Cooke and Mimi Dwyer LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) – Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children’s camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation. One of ...

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For DACA recipients – ‘rollercoaster’ ride with U.S. Supreme Court victory

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Kristina Cooke and Mimi Dwyer LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) – Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children’s camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation. One of ...

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For DACA recipients – ‘rollercoaster’ ride with U.S. Supreme Court victory

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Kristina Cooke and Mimi Dwyer LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) – Oregon elementary school teacher Nancy Flores-Sanchez, 34, was getting ready for her summertime work as a children’s camp counselor in Portland when she learned that the U.S. Supreme Court had preserved an immigration program that has protected her from deportation. One of ...

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Caribbean Travel News – June 19, 2020

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 19, 2020: Here are the top stories making Caribbean travel news for June 19, 2020: Almost a 1,000 new coronavirus cases was reported in the Caribbean Thursday as Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Suriname, French Guiana, Guyana and Martinique all reported new cases. Canada is keeping a strict ...

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Brazil Nears 50,000 Coronavirus Deaths

Caribbean News, Latin America News: RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Fri. June 19, 2020 (Reuters) – Brazil’s Health Ministry reported new COVID-19 statistics on Thursday showing the country fast approaching 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases and 50,000 deaths. With the world’s worst outbreak outside the United States, Brazil now has 978,142 confirmed cases and 47,748 deaths, up 1,238 from Wednesday, the ...

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Marijuana News Today

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, FRI. June 19, 2020: Here are the marijuana headlines making news globally and in the Caribbean and Latin America for today, Friday June 19, 2020: Rapper and actor Method Man has launched a cannabis brand that aims to spark conversations about racial injustice. The Wu-Tang Clan veteran has dubbed his line of ...

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