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Top London Law Firm Apparently Benefited From Caribbean Slave Owners

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Tues. June 30, 2009: The founder of a top law firm in London benefited from Caribbean slaves, records from the National Archives have found. The documents link James William Freshfield, founder of Freshfields Law and sons to several slave-owner clients, mostly based in the Caribbean, the Financial Times reported. The lawyers reportedly acted as trustees of the ...

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The Upcoming CARICOM Heads Of Govt. Summit

By David Jessop CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Tues. June 30, 2009: In a few days time, Caribbean heads of government will meet in Georgetown, Guyana. There they will try to address an ever-increasing list of unresolved issues. This will be an important moment as many in the region and beyond will be watching to see whether the participants can reconcile their ever ...

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Wyclef Gets Another Humanitarian Award

CaribWorldNews, LOSA ANGELES, CA, Mon. June 29, 2009: Haitian-born Grammy Award-winning singer, Wyclef Jean, last night accepted the 2009 Humanitarian Award of the Year from BET Awards. The Haiti Goodwill ambassador was honored for his role in giving back to his native land, through his Yele Haiti foundation. Jean used the opportunity to encourage all to go after their dreams. ...

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Michael Jackson`s Doctor A Trini?

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 29, 2009: The cardiologist who was on Saturday questioned by police investigating the death of musical legend, Michael J. Jackson, was reportedly born in Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. Conrad Robert Murray, 51, was born in San Juan, Trinidad and migrated with his family to the U.S. when he was in fifth standard, according to ...

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U.S., OAS Condemn Coup In Honduras

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Mon. June 29, 2009: The U.S. government and The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States are both condemning a coup d`etat in Honduras and demanding the immediate and unconditional return of President José Manuel Zelaya Rosales to his constitutional duties. Zelaya was arrested by members of his army following a stand-off between his security force ...

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Former Antigua Commish In Stanford Case Under House Arrest

CaribWorldNews, ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Mon. June 29, 2009: Leroy King, the former Antiguan financial regulator accused in the alleged $7 billion swindle by Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford is now under house arrest. King, who was fired from his post last Tuesday and arrested Wednesday was released on about US$190,800 bail Friday but placed under house arrest. He is required ...

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Four Nabbed For Porn

CaribWorldNews, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Mon. June 29, 2009: Four men, from four different municipalities in Puerto Rico, have been arrested for transferring obscene material to a minor via the Internet. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency identified the men as Walter Madera-Ortiz, 55, of Aguadilla,Orlando Diaz-Aviles, 45, of Naguabo; Jorge Galarza-Dones, 48, of San Lorenzo,  and Emeterio Santiago-Maldonado, ...

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An Icon Passes – Caribbean Nationals Shocked At Michael Jackson`s Death

CaribWorldNews, LOS ANGELES, CA, Fri. June 26, 2009: Before there was Barack Obama, there was Michael Joseph Jackson, sailing across color lines and building an unprecedented fan base in every country around the globe, whether the people there were `black or white.` And the Caribbean fan base was no exception. Yesterday, many cried openly or expressed stunned disbelief that the ...

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Caribbean Nationals Did Not Just Arrive In America

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 26, 2009: `Going by some of the most influential texts on American immigration, one could easily come away with the notion that the Caribbean presence in the United States is a recent, at most a postwar, phenomenon,` states Winston James in `The History of Afro-Caribbean Migration to the United States.` But as James points ...

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Caribbean Diplomat Elected To Whaling Commission

CaribWorldNews, MADERIA, Portugal, Fri. June 26, 2009: A Caribbean diplomat has been elected as the vice chairman of the International Whaling Commission. Anthony Liverpool, who for the past five years has been Antigua & Barbuda`s non-resident Ambassador to Japan and his country`s top representative to the 85-member IWC that was created in 1946 to manage the world`s whale stocks, was ...

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