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This Business Costs As Little As USD 27.50 To Start

As long as you have a smart phone and a Wi-Fi connection, you too can become a company ambassador and begin building your empire with your own store front minus any other monthly costs. By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 7, 2017: Some folks call it a ‘side hustle’ – where you have a job ...

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A Case Of Modern Day Slavery In US ICE Detention Centers?

The GEO Group which owns the Aurora Detention Facility in Colorado is being accused of ‘modern day slavery.’  By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 7, 2017: Just when you thought being arrested and detained as an immigrant was bad enough, a new lawsuit sheds light on the nightmare that is the entire immigration detention system. ...

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Guyana Born Murder Accused Remanded To NY Prison

Marcus Bisram of the Marcus Brian Bisram Foundation is accused of murdering a Guyanese carpenter. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, QUEENS, NY, Thurs. July 6, 2017: A 27-year-old Queens-based, Guyana national has been remanded to prison following his appearance in Brooklyn federal Court Wednesday on murder charges. Marcus Bisram, who was arrested in the Rockaways by members of the ...

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NYC Cop Shot In Unprovoked Attack Had Caribbean Roots

NYPD 48th Precint is urging prayers for slain Officer Familia. (Twitter image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. July 6, 2017: The New York Police Officer, who city residents were yesterday being urged to keep in their prayers, had roots that ran straight to the Caribbean. Officer Miosotis Familia was born in Washington Heights, NY but ...

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Chris Gayle Posts Leg Press Photo After Recall To Windies Squad

Is Chris Gayle working hard ahead of Sunday’s match? (Instagram image) By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. July 5, 2017: West Indies diehard fans, fresh from the team’s victory over India in Antigua, now have something else to celebrate. Cricket Windies has announced the return of Jamaican cricketer, Chris Gayle, to the squad in time for ...

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The Jamaican Diaspora: Convergence or Divergence

  Marketplace at a past Jamaica Diaspora Conference By Ambassador Curtis A. Ward The Ward Post News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. July 5, 2017: Perhaps by error or coincidence there are two conferences taking place in Jamaica in July 2017 featuring significant segments of the Jamaican Diaspora. The National Association of Jamaican And Supportive Organizations (NAJASO) is celebrating its 40th ...

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Immigration: US ICE Grabs Dominican Immigrant At Bronx Court House

 By NAN Staff Writer  News Americas, BRONX, NY, Tues. July 4, 2017: A 58-year-old Dominican immigrant was recently grabbed by Deportation Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) at a Bronx Court House. ICE agents were waiting for Joselin Medina recently following his arraignment on misdemeanor charges at the Bronx Criminal Court, New York ...

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Bronx Lebanon Hospital Shooter’s Caribbean Link

Dr. Henry Bello graduated from Ross in 2010. By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. July 3, 2017: The Nigerian-born doctor who killed a Chinese-American doctor and injured 6 others at Bronx Lebanon Hospital in NYC Friday had a link to the Caribbean, according to his academic records. Dr. Henry Bello, 45, who entered the hospital he left ...

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