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CaribID Partner Named To Chicago Census 2010 Complete Count Committee

CaribWorldNews, Chicago, IL., Thurs. Sept, 24, 2009: Founder and President of the Caribbean Association of Midwest America and CaribID partner, Deon M. Lopez, has been named as chairperson for the African Diaspora Complete Count Committee in the Uptown Area of Chicago. Lopez, through CaribID and her new post is working to increase participation in the 2010 U.S. Census among Caribbean ...

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Former Jamaican-Born Florida Commissioner Among Others Charged

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Thurs. Sept. 24, 2009: Former Commissioner of Miramar, South Florida, Fitzroy Salesman, was yesterday arrested and charged along with two public officials and three other persons. Salesman, 59, was yesterday arrested along with Broward County Commissioner, Josephus Eggelletion Junior and School Board member, Beverly Gallagher by FBI agents for allegedly engaging in the illegal exchange of more ...

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Haitian Man Charged With Murder Of Family

CaribWorldNews, PORt-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Thurs. Sept. 24, 2009: A 32-year-old Haitian man was yesterday charged with six counts of murder in the killings of his wife and their five small children — a crime that police in Florida. Mesac Damas also admitted to the killings of a Naples Daily News reporter as he was being led into a Haitian police vehicle ...

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Col. Qadhafi Calls For Compensation For Africa At UN

CaribWorldNews, UNITED NATIONS, NY, Thurs. Sept. 24, 2009: On Wednesday, in his first speech at the United Nations, Libyan Leader Colonel Muammar Al-Qadhafi, used the opportunity to call for compensation for Africans for colonization. Qadhafi, in a 90-minute long speech that touched on many different subjects before a packed General Assembly, insisted that Africa deserved compensation, amounting to some $77.7 ...

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Success for Irosoft internationally – contract signed with the Government of Bermuda

MONTREAL, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ – Montreal company Irosoft has just signed a contract with the Government of Bermuda to install its Irosoft LIMS software, an XML system for the drafting, consolidation and publishing of statutes and regulations.  Irosoft is proud to announce the signing of a contract with the Government of Bermuda for the acquisition of Irosoft LIMS (Legislation Information ...

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West Indians Show No Growth In Latest Census Sample

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Tues. Sept. 22, 2009: The growth of the population of people of West Indian ancestry is seemingly stagnated, according to latest sample data from the American Community Survey department of the U.S. Census. The latest ACS data released to the media on Monday afternoon show that instead of growth, the West Indian population in the U.S. was ...

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Grenada PM Lone Caribbean Leader On Climate Change Program Today

CaribWorldNews, UN, New York, Tues. Sept. 22, 2009: Grenada`s Prime Minister is the lone Caribbean leader on the UN agenda for Climate Change summit today. MM Tillman Thomas will be part of the closing plenary session from 5:30 to 6 p.m.  this afternoon at the 2009 Summit of Climate Change. He will share the session with UN Secretary General Ban ...

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John Travolta In The Bahamas

CaribWorldNews, NASSAU, Bahamas, Tues. Sept. 22, 2009: Actor John Travolta is in the Bahamas and is prepared to testify today in an extortion case linked to his 16-year-old son`s death. People Magazine cited sources as saying the actor is staying at an exclusive gated community west of Nassau and is prepared to be called as the first witness in the ...

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Extradition Of Former Antigua Regulator Delayed

CaribWorldNews, ST. JOHN`S, Antigua, Tues. Sept. 22, 2009: Former Antigua financial regulator, Leroy King, has been given more time to prepare for his extradition hearing. The hearing, set for Monday, was postponed to December after King`s defense lawyers requested more time to prepare. King is accused of accepting bribes from accused Ponzi schemer, R. Allen Stanford, to ignore the activities ...

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Haitian Suspected Of Killing Family In Custody In Haiti

CaribWorldNews, NAPLES, FL, Tues. Sept. 22, 2009: A Haitian migrant who is suspected of killing his wife and five children in Naples, Florida, was yesterday arrested in his homeland of Haiti. Mesac Damas was reportedly picked up by Haitian police near a hotel in Port-Au-Prince, the country`s capital.  He was last night in the custody of Haiti police but was ...

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