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The Clintons For Bermuda?

CaribWorldNews, BEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Aug. 20, 2009: Is U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton planning an island getaway? It seems that way, at least according to the Bermuda Sun newspaper. The paper says Secretary of State Clinton and her husband are set for a four-day stay in Bermuda this weekend. The couple will reportedly stay at Cambridge Beaches Resort ...

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Category Four Bill Approaching Bermuda

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Thurs. Aug. 20, 2009: Bermuda and the Leeward Islands are being warned to watch out for Hurricane Bill. The storm, which last night grew to a dangerous category 4 hurricane, was hovering about 970 miles south-southeast of Bermuda last night. According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Bill was moving toward the northwest near 20 mph ...

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Manslaughter Charges For MJ`s Caribbean Doc?

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Aug. 20, 2009: Michael Jackson`s Caribbean-born doctor may charged with manslaughter within the next two weeks. That`s according to Fox News. The network quoted a law enforcement source as saying yesterday that Grenadian-born, Trinidad-raised doctor, Conrad Murray, could be slapped with the charge relating to the singer`s death shortly. The report comes a day after ...

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Bahamas: Miss Universe Pageant Tickets Still Available

CaribWorldNews, NASSAU, Bahamas, Thurs. Aug. 20, 2009: Tickets for Saturday night`s Miss Universe pageant in the Bahamas are going slowly, reports indicate. Associated Press reports indicate ticket sales for the 2009 Miss Universe pageant have been slow, prompting a special promotion Wednesday. Kerzner International President, George Markantonis, who also owns the Atlantic Hotel where the pageant is being held, said ...

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Caribbean-Born Jackson Doc. Speaks

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Aug. 19, 2009: The Grenadian-born, T&T raised doctor to the late superstar, Michael J. Jackson, is speaking out publicly for the first time Amidst speculation that he allegedly provided Jackson with highly dangerous combinations of drugs, including Propofol, Dr. Conrad Murray, speaking with an obvious Caribbean accent, yesterday insisted the truth will set him free ...

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September Sentencing Likely For Self-Confessed Guyana Drug Dealer

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Aug. 19, 2009: Self-confessed Guyanese-born drug dealer, Shaheed `Roger` Khan, could be sentenced as early as next month.United States Attorney, Benton J. Campbell, yesterday raised no objection to an earlier sentencing request by Khan`s attorneys. In a letter to Judge Dora L. Irizarry, Campbell said his office will not object to moving Khan`s sentencing date ...

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Leeward Islands Warned To Watch Hurricane Bill

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Weds. Aug. 19, 2009: Nationals in the Leeward Islands are being warned to monitor Hurricane Bill, which last night became a category two storm. The National Hurricane Center issued the warning yesterday as Bill increased to near 125 mph Tuesday night. The storm is the first of the Atlantic season. As of last night, Hurricane Bill was ...

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Globenet Increases Capacity for International Data Transmission

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — In order to meet growing market demand for international data transmission, GlobeNet, an Oi subsidiary which operates the submarine fiber-optic cable system, has commenced a major network upgrade to the submarine system.  Upon completion, the network upgrade will enable 360 Gbps of capacity.  The company, which currently operates in the U.S., Brazil, Bermuda ...

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Super Lotto – Something BIG Is Coming!

CaribPR Wire, Bridgetown, Barbados, Weds. Aug. 19, 2009: What would you do with $4 mil-lion dollars and that’s only the start! On Thursday, August 20, 2009, The Barbados Lottery will introduce the biggest jackpot game to ever grace our shores. Introducing…Super Lotto, a jackpot game with two sets of numbers carrying a whopping starting jackpot of $4 Million dollars! Tickets ...

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Stanford Investors Blame US Authorities

CaribWorldNews, BATON ROUGE, La., Tues. Aug. 18, 2009: Investors allegedly bilked by Sir R. Allen Stanford, flocked to a congressional hearing on Monday, claiming U.S. authorities should also share blame in the multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme. At the U.S. Senate Banking Committee field hearing held Monday in New Orleans by U.S. Sen. David Vitter, R-La., some investors who say they ...

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