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Caribbean Governments Must Seriously Harness Its Diaspora

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Mon. Mar. 29, 2010: On or around May 6, the United Kingdom will have a general election. Its outcome is far from certain. The opinion polls suggest that the gap between the two main parties is narrowing in the key marginal constituencies that the opposition Conservative Party must win if it is to take ...

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Barbados Cannot Continue To Ignore Problem Of Undocumented – PM

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mon. Mar. 29, 2010:  Barbados cannot continue to `bury its head in the sand` and ignore the fact that there is a serious problem with undocumented immigrants here.   That`s the word from the country`s Prime Minister, David Thompson. Thompson made the comments while speaking during the final Town Hall meeting to discuss the Green Paper on Immigration ...

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Dominican Republic National Makes Most Wanted List

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Mon. Mar. 29, 2010:  A 35-year-old Dominican Republic man has been added to the US Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list. The U.S. Marshals Service added Enrique Done to their 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list on March 24, 2010. He is also wanted by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on an outstanding arrest warrant for deportation. ...

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Guyana President Reiterates Call For Debt Relief For Caribbean

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mon. Mar. 29, 2010: Guyana`s President Bharrat Jagdeo has reiterated his call for urgent debt relief for the Caribbean by international financial institutions. The Guyana head of state and head of a special task force of the Caribbean Community to assess the financial crisis in the region said Friday that the Caribbean is on the verge of ...

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Judge Says He Cannot Intervene In Jail House Rules In Banton Case

CaribWorldNews, TAMPA, FL, Fri. Mar. 26, 2010: A judge has ruled that he cannot interfere with jail house procedures in the case of reggae singer Buju Banton. U.S. Magistrate Anthony Porcelli made the ruling Friday morning at a hearing based on dietary concerns from the defense. Porcelli said he would not interfere with operations of the Pinella County Jail and ...

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Haiti Rebuilding Must Also Focus On People – Workshop

CaribWorldNews, CORAL GABLES, FL, Fri. Mar. 26, 2010: Rebuilding efforts must not only focus on providing shelter and services but also on strengthening the resilience of the Haitian people and their communities to future earthquakes and other natural hazards. That`s the word from a recent workshop on `Rebuilding for Resilience: How Science and Engineering Can Inform Haiti`s Reconstruction,` held in ...

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Michael Jackson`s Caribbean-Born Doctor Could Face New Woes

CaribWorldNews, LOS ANGELES, CA, Thurs. Mar. 25, 2010: The now famous doctor of the King of Pop, Caribbean-born Conrad Murray, could have additional woes to cope with. Dr. Murray, who was born in Grenada, West Indies, could have his medical license revoked if a petition filed in Los Angeles by Jerry Brown on behalf of the California Medical Board is ...

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Surinamese Re-Elected Assistant Secretary General Of The OAS

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Mar. 25, 2010: The Suriname-born Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States was on Wednesday returned to his post. Ambassador Albert R. Ramdin, was re-elected yesterday to a second five-year term following an election held during the Thirty-Ninth Special Session of the OAS General Assembly at the Organization`s headquarters in Washington, D.C. Assistant Secretary ...

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Haitian Writer Named Artist For Peace

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Mar. 25, 2010: A Haitian writer has been named an artist for peace by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Frankétienne was given the recognition for his contribution to French-language literature, his commitment to preserving Haitian culture and his contribution to the promotion of the agency`s ideals, a statement said Wednesday. A writer, actor, ...

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Jamaica To Let Haitian Quake Victims Stay

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. Mar. 24, 2010: Jamaica is set to ensure over five dozen Haitians who arrived on the island early Tuesday morning from the earthquake-stricken island. Jamaica`s Minister With Responsibility For Information, Daryl Vaz, said provisions are in place for the 62-Hatians who arrived to be duly processed by the various government agencies. He said the government had ...

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