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Prices Almost As Dangerous As Earl At U.S. Open

CaribWorldNews, FLUSHING, NY, Fri. Sept. 3, 2010: Fans attending the U.S. Open this week are being hit by a storm in their pockets that`s almost as dangerous as Hurricane Earl. Thirsty or hungry Open goers are being forced to shell out big bucks for the most basic necessities. With the temperatures hovering past 90 degrees this week, U.S. Open fans ...

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Caribbean Tourism Ministers Pick Up Lobbying Pace Against UK Airport Taxes

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Fri. Sept. 3, 2010: Caribbean ministers of tourism kicking off next week set intensify their lobbying effort against the UK`s Air Passenger Duty early next week in London. Between September 6th and 8th, six Caribbean ministers of tourism, along with the Caribbean Tourism Organization Secretary General, Hugh Riley, will be in London for talks on the Air ...

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Jamaican Tennis Star Faces Second Round Challenge Today

CaribWorldNews, FLUSHING, NY, Fri. Sept. 3, 2010: Jamaica`s Dustin Brown is set to play his second match in the 2010 U.S. Open today. Brown, 25, who made history Wednesday by becoming the first ever Jamaican to win his first round men`s singles match at the Open, will face Andy Murray at 11 this morning at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in ...

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Rally Set For Quick Arrest Of Murderer Of St. Lucia Soccer Star

CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Fri. Sept. 3, 2010: Saint Lucians are planning to rally this afternoon in Brooklyn to call for the quick arrest of the murderer of their soccer star, Isidore Phillip Tisson. The rally is set for today, Friday, September 3rd from 6 p.m. at the scene of the crime on Utica Avenue near Carroll Street in Brooklyn, NY. ...

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Players With Caribbean Roots On Winning Streak At U.S. Open

CaribWorldNews, FLUSHING, NY, Fri. Sept. 3, 2010: Caribbean heritage players are now in almost every sports under the sun, so it is no surprise that two are already on a winning streak at the 2010 U.S. Open. On Wednesday evening, French Gael Monfils, with roots in the French Caribbean, danced his way into the third round of the tourney by ...

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Caribbean Undocumented Population Drops

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D,C., Thurs. Sept. 2, 2010: The number of undocumented immigrants from the Caribbean as those from Latin America has dropped. That`s according to a new report from the Pew Hispanic Center. Titled `U.S. Unauthorized Immigration Flows Are Down Sharply Since Mid-Decade,` the report, released Wednesday, said the number of undocumented migrants in the U.S. from the Caribbean is ...

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Memorial Service Set For Murdered Saint Lucian Footballer

CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Weds. Sept. 1, 2010: Members of the Saint Lucian community in New York are set to gather this evening in Brooklyn to celebrate the life of slain soccer star, Isidore Phillip Tisson. Tisson, 27, was shot to death execution style in Brooklyn early Monday morning, August 30th, 2010. He died from gunshot wounds to his head in ...

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The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association Can Open the Door to the Cruise Industry Around the World

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — If you want to showcase your destination, company or product to cruise executives, destination governments, tour operators, ship agents and all facets of the industry spanning the globe from Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America, then the 17th Annual FCCA Conference & Trade Show in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic is the place ...

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Jamaica`s Sunshine Girls Cop Lime Caribbean American Netball Cup

CaribPR Wire, Weds. Sept. 1, 2010: Multiple champions Jamaica completed an unprecedented double last Sunday at Lincoln Terrace Park in Brooklyn, NY when the New York Sunshine Girls were again crowned champions in both the senior and junior divisions of the LIME-sponsored Caribbean American Netball Association`s (CANA) Caribbean Cup Tournament. Oozing confidence, the New York Sunshine Girls beat back all other ...

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St. Kitts Sees Minimal Effect From Earl

CaribWorldNews, BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, weds. Sept. 1, 2010: The St. Kitts Tourism Authority last night insisted the island only sustained minimal damage from the passage of Hurricane Earl on Monday, August 30th. The Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport and the island`s Port Zante cruise pier were reopened early Tuesday morning and are conducting business as usual, the Authority said.  Officials said ...

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