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Caribbean Entertainment – Haitian-American Pop Star In Haiti

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Mar. 23, 2018: Haitian-American pop star, Jason Derulo, touched down in his parents’ homeland of Haiti on Saturday, March 17th, for an official video shoot. The Miami singer and songwriter, born Jason Joel Desrouleaux, was accompanied by his parents and welcomed to Cap Haitian by Jessy Meno, the country’s minister of tourism. He is shooting ...

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The Caribbean Is Not That Happy

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 21, 2018: Sun, sea and sand, what many crave for happiness but alas according to another ‘happy ranks,’ the Caribbean region is not that happy. The latest World Happiness country ranks from the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, a group charged with examining global environmental challenges, reveals that only three countries from the Caribbean ...

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Caribbean-Born Surgeon Named Dean At This US University

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Tues. Mar. 20, 2018: A Caribbean-born pediatric surgeon has been named the dean of the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami. Dr. Henri R. Ford, was born in the Caribbean nation of Haiti and spent his early childhood in Port-Au-Prince, the country’s capital. He will join the University of Miami from ...

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Caribbean Star Transforms Into Trump For Muller Investigation Parody

  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 19, 2018: It’s not only actor Alec Balwin who can play Donald Trump. A Caribbean-born, Grammy-winning singer was late last week transformed into the role of Trump for a spoof on the Robert Muller investigation for the ‘Late Late Show.’ ‘It Wasn’t Me’ singer, Shaggy was recruited by the show’s host James ...

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Caribbean National Among The Dead In Miami Bridge Collapse

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Mar. 16, 2018: A 37-year-old Caribbean national is reportedly among the dead in the Miami bridge collapse. Bridge worker Navaro Brown has been identified among the six dead in the collapse of the 950-ton span Florida International University, (FIU), pedestrian walkway at Southwest 8th Street and 109th Avenue, according to Michael Biesiada, a spokesman for ...

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Cable & Wireless Charitable Foundation To Donate Over US$290,000 To 5 Caribbean Hurricane Impacted Countries

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Mar. 16, 2018: The Cable & Wireless Charitable Foundation today announced that it will provide additional funding of over US$290,000 to projects that will improve the lives of children in areas of the Caribbean impacted by last year’s hurricanes. This follows the Foundation’s initial US$100,000 donation to ShelterBox for relief efforts after the hurricanes, as well ...

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FEMALE RISING – 7 Caribbean American Women Making Waves

By NAN News Editors News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 16, 2018: As we celebrate another Women’s History Month, here are seven Caribbean American women you should know, whose stars are rising as they make waves nationally and internationally. 7: Lorna Gaye Goodison This Caribbean born writer is now a prestigious Yale University literature prize winner. The Kingston-born, Goodison, ...

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FEMALE RISING – 7 Caribbean American Women Making Waves

By NAN News Editors News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 16, 2018: As we celebrate another Women’s History Month, here are seven Caribbean American women you should know, whose stars are rising as they make waves nationally and internationally. 7: Lorna Gaye Goodison This Caribbean born writer is now a prestigious Yale University literature prize winner. The Kingston-born, Goodison, ...

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