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Caribbean Sports – West Indies Cricket Squad Lose Rank

 News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 4, 2018: The Windies Cricket team has been overtaken by Bangladesh in the latest ICC Test rankings and now sadly sits outside of the world’s top eight teams. The Windies team, which won just one of their last their last five Test series with a 1-0 win over Zimbabwe last year, lost five ...

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Caribbean News – Political Prostitute Party Bows Out Of Barbados General Election

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 4, 2018: Don’t look for the Political Prostitutes Party, (PPP), in the upcoming Barbados election later this month. The PPP, which had originally indicated its intention to contest the elections, set for May 24th, has now announced it has not been able to get candidates to contest all the 30 seats and as ...

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Caribbean News – Political Prostitute Party Bows Out Of Barbados General Election

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 4, 2018: Don’t look for the Political Prostitutes Party, (PPP), in the upcoming Barbados election later this month. The PPP, which had originally indicated its intention to contest the elections, set for May 24th, has now announced it has not been able to get candidates to contest all the 30 seats and as ...

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Caribbean News – Political Prostitute Party Bows Out Of Barbados General Election

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 4, 2018: Don’t look for the Political Prostitutes Party, (PPP), in the upcoming Barbados election later this month. The PPP, which had originally indicated its intention to contest the elections, set for May 24th, has now announced it has not been able to get candidates to contest all the 30 seats and as ...

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Latin America News – US Allows Some From Migrant Caravan In

News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Fri. May 4, 2018: The U.S. Customs & Border Protection on Wednesday allowed another forty-nine Central American migrants from the ‘Migrant to step onto American territory to request asylum, raising the total number of those accepted for processing to 74. The group of migrants from Central America, who traveled by caravan through Mexico to the ...

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Latin America News – US Allows Some From Migrant Caravan In

News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Fri. May 4, 2018: The U.S. Customs & Border Protection on Wednesday allowed another forty-nine Central American migrants from the ‘Migrant to step onto American territory to request asylum, raising the total number of those accepted for processing to 74. The group of migrants from Central America, who traveled by caravan through Mexico to the ...

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This NFL Star Is Donating $500,000 To Help A Caribbean Island

News Americas, PHILADELPHIA, PA, Thurs. May. 3, 2018: The quarterback of a NFL team has a Caribbean nation on his mind. Carson Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, has announced via Twitter that he will match every dollar, up to $500,000 that’s raised over the next two weeks to help kids in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Wentz is raising the money ...

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This NFL Star Is Donating $500,000 To Help A Caribbean Island

News Americas, PHILADELPHIA, PA, Thurs. May. 3, 2018: The quarterback of a NFL team has a Caribbean nation on his mind. Carson Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, has announced via Twitter that he will match every dollar, up to $500,000 that’s raised over the next two weeks to help kids in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Wentz is raising the money ...

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Caribbean Canadian Group Demands Formal Apology Over MP’s Shocking Marijuana Remark

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NOVA SCOTIA, Canada, Weds. May 2, 2018: A Caribbean group in Canada is demanding an official apology from a Canadian politician after she reportedly claimed legalizing cannabis in Nova Scotia will make the province unproductive like Jamaica. The members of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia say they want the official apology on the ...

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Caribbean Canadian Group Demands Formal Apology Over MP’s Shocking Marijuana Remark

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NOVA SCOTIA, Canada, Weds. May 2, 2018: A Caribbean group in Canada is demanding an official apology from a Canadian politician after she reportedly claimed legalizing cannabis in Nova Scotia will make the province unproductive like Jamaica. The members of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia say they want the official apology on the ...

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