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Caribbean Sports: Kim Collins Calls It A Wrap

By NAN Sports Editor  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: St. Kitts and Nevis track and field stalwart, Kim Collins, has announced his retirement from the sport. Collins,41, ended his run by pulling out of the 60-metre semi-finals at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, England. The former World 100-metre champion, had, in the morning, finished ...

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This Caribbean Player Is Now Part Of D.C. United

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 8, 2018: Another Caribbean-born player has been contracted by MLS club, D.C. United. Jamaica international forward, Dane Kelly, 27, was reportedly signed this week. Kelly appears to be the attacking player that United GM Dave Kasper last weekend, and would be the 26th player on the roster. He is a legal permanent resident, which means ...

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Caribbean News – Cuba Develops World’s First Lung Cancer Vaccine

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 8, 2018: The world’s first lung cancer vaccine treatment from Cuba is now being used in several other Latin American countries and is the first Cuban patented drug to be allowed to undergo clinical trials at a U.S. cancer research institute. CimaVax-EGF is a Cuban developed vaccine aimed at preventing the recurrence of ...

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Guyanese Immigrant Wanted For Murder Sent Packing By ICE

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 8, 2018: A 25-year-old Guyanese immigrant has been sent packing back to Guyana, where he is wanted for murder. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) agents removed Anthony Bhupdeo on March 1st from the US. Bhupdeo was removed from the United States via a commercial flight and transferred ...

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ESPN Host Wondered What Rihanna Tastes Like Claims Lawsuit

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Mar. 7, 2018: A former ESPN host and legal analyst is suing the Disney-owned company for sexual harassment, accusing her co-workers of among other things, wondering aloud what Bajan star Rihanna must “taste like.” According to a lawsuit filed with the U.S. District Court of Connecticut on March 4th and obtained by TheWrap, Adrienne ...

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6 Of The Most Beautiful Beaches In Colombia You Should Know

By Sharon Broadway All The Rooms News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Mar. 7, 2018: Despite notorious Colombian stereotypes rooted in drug-related warfare, the rich culture, geographic diversity and spirited people of the country have attracted more and more tourists from around the world in recent years. Here are six of Colombia’s most beautiful beaches according to All The Rooms. ...

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Husband Commits Suicide After Killing Trinidad Born Wife

 News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Tues. Mar. 6, 2018: A man wanted by the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly killing his Trinidad-born wife at their home in Vero Beach Sunday, was found dead by police Monday near the Sawgrass Mills mall in Sunrise, Fl. Major Eric Flowers, of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office said the search for ...

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This Latin American Film Wins At The Oscars

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Mon. Mar. 5, 2018: A Latin American film in Spanish last night won an Oscar Award at the Academy Awards 2018, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. ‘A Fantastic Woman,’ or ‘Una Mujer Fantástica,’ the 2017 Chilean drama film directed by Sebastián Lelio, made history Sunday night, winning the Oscar for Best Foreign Film on the heels of ...

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Trump’s America – Episode # 59 – Get Ready

By Arthur Piccolo  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 2, 2018:  When H.G. Wells wrote “The War of the Worlds” … As written 100 years ago in 1897, it was an allegory as all fictional stories are. It was too early to be considered a story about World War 1, let alone World War II, but can be read ...

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Trump’s America – Episode # 59 – Get Ready

By Arthur Piccolo  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 2, 2018:  When H.G. Wells wrote “The War of the Worlds” … As written 100 years ago in 1897, it was an allegory as all fictional stories are. It was too early to be considered a story about World War 1, let alone World War II, but can be read ...

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