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Air Jamaica Gets New GM

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues., July 6, 2010: A new general manager of Air Jamaica has been named even as the carrier and Caribbean Airlines continue their integration process. Air Jamaica`s Vice President, Finance and Information Technology, Howard Hall, has assumed the new position of GM, a release from the airline has disclosed. Hall`s contract took effect on July 1st, after ...

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Guyanese Cop Shoots Another, Self

CaribWorldNews, SPRINGLANDS, Guyana, Tues. July 6, 2010: A senior police commander in Guyana fatally shot a junior officer and then turned the gun on himself in a precinct in the Berbice region of Guyana. Guyanese police officials yesterday said Assistant Superintendent Ivelaw Murray, 33, used his .38 service weapon to shoot and kill Constable Kelvin Shepherd, 22, called `Black Hat,` ...

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Florida Man Jailed For Trying To Defraud Haitians

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Tues. July 6, 2010: A Florida man will spend the neXt 163 months` in jail for trying to defraud Haitian-American investors in South Florida. Michael J. Muzio was sentenced last week, some four months after being found guilty of trying to manipulate the stock price of a publicly traded company through materially false and misleading public statements ...

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Guyanese Fund Bursaries To Help Black Students

By John Mair in London CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Tues. July 6, 2010: Normally it is full of the white aristocratic crème de la creme of British Society. But, on Friday, July 2nd virtually every face in the House of Lords Dining Room was black. The British black elite were out in force to join two of their more prominent-the Baronesses ...

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LIME/CANA NETBALLERS GO TO COURT ON SATURDAY TO CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE

aribPR Wire, BROOKLYN, NY.  June 30, 2010:  The 13th season of the LIME/Caribbean American Netball Association, (CANA), will continue at the Lincoln Terrace Park courts (East New York/Buffalo Avenues), Brooklyn on Saturday, July 3, 2010. Five matches in three divisions are on the schedule with tip-off time set for 4 p.m.  There will be no games on Sunday, in observance ...

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LIME/CANA Netballers Go To Court On Saturday To Celebrate Independence

CaribPR Wire, BROOKLYN, NY.  July 2, 2010:  The 13th season of the LIME/Caribbean American Netball Association, (CANA), will continue at the Lincoln Terrace Park courts (East New York/Buffalo Avenues), Brooklyn on Saturday, July 3, 2010. Five matches in three divisions are on the schedule with tip-off time set for 4 p.m. There will be no games on Sunday, in observance ...

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U.S. State Department Reaches Out To Jamaican Diaspora

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 2, 2010: The U.S. State Department is suddenly reaching out to the Jamaican Diaspora on the heels of the extradition and arraignment of accused drug lord, Christopher `Dudus` Coke. Sources tell CaribWorldNews that U.S. State Department officials yesterday afternoon hosted a 45 minute conference call with several Jamaicans from the U.S. Diaspora to reiterate ...

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Another CARICOM Summit But Is Integration Stagnating?

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Fri. July 2, 2010: As the region prepares for the thirty first meeting of heads of Government, it is clear that despite sporadic rhetoric to the contrary, pan-Caribbean integration is stagnating and that weak or no economic growth threatens what little unity is left. In its place the abiding trend is towards sub-regional integration between nearer neighbours ...

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Obama Puts Failure To Pass Immigration Reform To Date On GOP Shoulders

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. July 2, 2010: President Obama on Thursday returned his attention to the issue of immigration reform, but insisted the onus is on Republicans to pass a comprehensive law. Speaking to lawmakers, academics, and community leaders gathered at the American University 28 days before the controversial Arizona law is set to go into effect, Obama called for ...

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