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Trinidad Born Women Want ISIS Families In Syria Brought Home

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Oct. 23, 2019: Several Trinidadian women are appealing to the government of the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to let the ISIS women and children now living in a Kurdish run refugee camp in Syria come “home.” Middle East Eye reports indicate that the group of Trinidadian women, relatives of many in the ...

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Bolivia Faces Nationwide Protests Over Election Results

LA PAZ, Bolivia, New York Times — Opposition groups in Bolivia called Tuesday for a nationwide general strike following violent protests over election results that seemed set to hand another term to long-time president Evo Morales. President Evo Morales of Bolivia faced stinging accusations of election irregularities by international observers and violent protests in the streets on Monday as an ...

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CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Happy Thursday from the Dominican Republic, where the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released the toxicology reports on the Americans who mysteriously died here earlier this year ruling that all of the tourists died of natural causes. The post CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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Cost of living protests take deadly toll in Chile

Santiago, Chile, Oct. 22, 2019, BBC News – The number of people killed in violent protests against rising living costs in Chile has risen to 11, Santiago Governor Karla Rubilar said on Monday. At least five people died after looters torched a factory near the capital. The military and police used tear gas against protesters, and a curfew was imposed ...

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The Bahamas’ Government Slams Back At UN Office Of Migration Over Deportations

By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Oct. 22, 2019: The government of the Bahamas is defending its decision to resume deporting Caribbean undocumented migrants from its country, many of whom are Haitian victims of Hurricane Dorian and has slammed back at the UN’s Office of Migration and Human Rights. The OHCHR has called on The Bahamas ...

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CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – NASSAU

Happy Travel Tuesday from Nassau, Bahamas which offers great scuba diving and swimming with the sharks. The post CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – NASSAU appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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Kanye West Drops Then Pulls Merchandise With Jamaica Flag And Coat Of Arms

By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 21, 2019: Rapper Kanye West’s team has been forced to take his shop.kanyewest.com site offline, after a brouhaha erupted over the selling of  his “Jesus Is King” merchandise complete with the Jamaica flag and coat of arms via his online shop. West dropped the merchandise after his free two-hour ...

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CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – GUADELOUPE

Happy Monday from the beautiful French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, an archipelago of more than 12 islands, as well as islets and rocks situated where the northeastern Caribbean Sea meets the western Atlantic Ocean. The post CARIBBEAN TRAVEL PHOTO OF THE DAY – GUADELOUPE appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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A Caribbean Tourism Agency Paid A US Company Over 7 Million In Six Months

By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 18, 2019: A single Caribbean tourism authority shelled out over USD 7 million to a U.S. company in six months of 2018 to promote its tourism product, News Americas has found. The Bermuda Tourism Authority paid MMGY Global, LLC, a Kansas, Missouri company, a jaw-dropping $7,424,065.22 for the six-month ...

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What The Latest Census Data Says About West Indians In The U.S.

By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 18, 2019: The US Census’ latest American Community Survey is out and the estimates and data provided for West Indians in the U.S. are enlightening, even though there is a over 53 percent margin of error according to the Census. Here are 10 facts from the data accessed by ...

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