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Bahamian PM wants more action to reverse AIDS pandemic – Caribbean360.com

thebahamasweekly.comBahamian PM wants more action to reverse AIDS pandemicCaribbean360.comNASSAU, The Bahamas, Monday November 21, 2011 - Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said The Bahamas has had significant successes in the fight against HIV/AIDS, as th...

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Nineteen Colombians detained in The Bahamas – Caribbean360.com

Nineteen Colombians detained in The BahamasCaribbean360.comNineteen Colombians have been detained by authorities in Grand Bahama for illegal entry into the country. NASSAU, The Bahamas, Monday November 21, 2011 - Nineteen Colombians have been detained ...

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Buggery laws choking HIV control

NASSAU, The Bahamas — Michel de Groulard, regional programme adviser of UNAIDS Caribbean Regional Support Team said that data has shown a significantly lower HIV prevalence rate among gay men in Caribbean countries without buggery laws.

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Church, synod fight over mortgage payments

A legal row over who should be paid for former church property has sparked a lawsuit between the now-closed church, two of its directors and its parent organization. The Florida-Bahamas Sy- nod of... read more

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Decriminalise homosexuality to fight HIV: Caribbean expert

Nassau (Bahamas), Nov 21 (IANS/CMC) A leading researcher in HIV/AIDS from the Caribbean islands has called on regional governments to consider decriminalisation of homosexuality as part of the overall fight against HIV/AIDS.

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‘Better Mus’ Come’ leads Bahamas film festival – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Gleaner'Better Mus' Come' leads Bahamas film festivalJamaica GleanerSaulter In what has turned out to be a phenomenal year for writer-director Storm Saulter, his debut feature film Better Mus' Come has secured its place as the o...

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Firefly co-creators open resort in Bahamas – Charleston Post Courier

Firefly co-creators open resort in BahamasCharleston Post CourierNow, it's found its way to the Bahamas. Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka is distilled on Wadmalaw Island. The 70-proof liquor is crafted with real tea, Louisiana cane sugar and muscadine-infus...

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Firefly co-creators open resort in Bahamas

The firefly is heading south, literally. First, it flitted into the imaginations of Firefly Vodka co-creators Jim and Ann Irvin of Charleston. Now, it's found its way to the Bahamas.

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Doris Minette Cooper laid to rest in Grand Bahama – thebahamasweekly.com

thebahamasweekly.comDoris Minette Cooper laid to rest in Grand Bahamathebahamasweekly.comFuneral service for the late Deaconess Doris Minette Cooper, 78 of Freeport, Grand Bahama took place on November 19, 2011 at 10:00 am at St. John's Jubilee Cat...

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