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Jamaica Death Toll Over Dudus Fiasco Continues To Mount

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Fri. May 28, 2010: The death toll from the hunt for accused Jamaican drug lord, Christopher `Duddus` Coke continued to mount Thursday with cops putting civilian casualties at over 70. The Police yesterday revealed that the bodies of some 73 civilians have been recovered from the West Kingston community of Tivoli Gardens following the recent battle between ...

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U.S. AG Insists Jamaica Situation Makes Caribbean Crime Fighting Top Priority

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. May 28, 2010: The U.S.` Barbadian American-born Attorney General on Thursday insisted that the situation in Jamaica is one reason why the new Obama administration is making the issue of crime fighting in the Caribbean a top priority. Addressing the inaugural Caribbean-U.S. Security Cooperation Dialogue in Washington, D.C. yesterday, Attorney General Eric Holder said `the situation ...

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The U.S.` Case Against Accused Jamaican Drug Lord Coke

CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Fri. May 28, 2010: This week, Christopher Michael `Dudus` Coke, an accused Jamaican drug lord proved why he has earned the title of `President` in Jamaica. The hunt for West Kingston strongman and alleged leader of the feared Shower Posse, continues and the bloodshed from that hunt has now moved close to an estimated 50. So exactly ...

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Caribbean-Born Republican Seeks Alabama Congressional Seat

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. May 28, 2010: A conservative-talking, Obama-bashing Trinidad & Tobago-born national is seeking a congressional seat in Alabama as a Republican. Les Phillip, a black Republican, who said in a TV spot released this week that he wants to stop President Obama `from destroying our nation,` is running for Alabama`s Fifth Congressional District. It is a seat ...

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Families Should Create a Hurricane Survival Plan, PADF Says

WASHINGTON, May 31 /PRNewswire/ — On the eve of what is predicted to be one of the worst Atlantic hurricane seasons in years, the Pan American Development Foundation is urging residents in Central America and the Caribbean to put together emergency plans. "Families need to put together a plan now," says John Sanbrailo, PADF’s executive director. "A few simple steps ...

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Jamaica Cops Nab Two Alleged Lieutenant`s Of Coke

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Tues. June 1, 2010:  Two men believed to be lieutenants of accused drug lord, Christopher `Dudus` Coke, have been nabbed by Jamaican police officers. The two men were among nine people arrested Sunday when police and soldiers raided a house where they believed Coke was hiding in affluent Kirkland Heights in upper St. Andrew, Jamaica Gleaner reports ...

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Barbados PM Alive Not Dead

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. June 1, 2010: Barbados` Prime Minister is alive and well. The country`s head of state, David Thompson, who is in New York for medical tests, insisted he is `obediently` following the advice of his doctors and is very much alive. The PM`s statement came as rumors surfaced late Saturday night that he had passed away ...

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Will Coke Give Himself Up?

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. June 1, 2010: Will Jamaica’s most famous badman give himself up to save his loyal followers from being killed or arrested? Reports indicate he may. The country’s most famous accused drug king pin, Christopher Michael `Dudus` Coke, may give himself up to U.S. authorities. Coke`s lawyer is reportedly in talks with the U.S. Justice Department ...

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Jamaica PM Plans Assault On Gangs

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. June 2, 2010: Prime Minister Bruce Golding of Jamaica insists his Jamaica Labor Party Government will launch a sustained assault on gangs across the island. Golding, however, told parliament on Tuesday that he could not say when or where the operations will begin because of security concerns. His comments come as Jamaican cops continue to hunt ...

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Trinidad Migrant`s Bid To Get Deportation Order Overturned Refused

CaribWorldNews, BOSTON, MA, Fri. May 28, 2010: A Trinidad and Tobago national`s bid to get relief from a conviction in order to save himself from deportation has been dismissed by a Massachusetts Court. District Judge Rya W. Zobel this week ruled that detainee Kevon D. Walker, who is being deported following a conviction in a Connecticut state court for sexual ...

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