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How To Choose Between Long-Term Rental And Mortgage

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, New York, NY, Mon. 10, 2020: It is well-known that housing prices are constantly growing and the costs of premises rental increase as well. From year to year, the majority of lessors try to increase their income, while mortgage rates remain the same. All this makes mortgages an attractive choice. But let’s slow ...

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Cuba’s Yoel Romero Loses Bid For UFC Title

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Mon. Mar. 9, 2020: Cuba’s Yoel Romero is being slammed for a poor performance in his bid for the UFC title at UFC 248 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Saturday night. Romero was chosen to face UFC title holder, Israel Adesanya, but critics say it was one of ...

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A US Company Is Suing The Foreign Affairs Minister Of St. Kitts And The Premier Of Nevis

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. March 10, 2020: A US Corporation has filed a lawsuit in the US District Court of Colorado against the Foreign Affairs Minister of St. Kitts and The Premier Of Nevis, Mark Brantley, News Americas has learned. According to Pacer filings, the Colorado registered company, America 2030 Capital Limited and ...

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Monday Was ‘A Day Without Women’ Across Latin America

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Daina Beth Solomon and Aislinn Laing MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Tues. March 10, 2020, (Reuters) – Latin American women stayed away from offices, schools and government offices on Monday to join a second day of marches to protest against gender violence, inequality and restricted rights. Monday’s wildcat strike, dubbed “a day without us,” is intended ...

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‘Whoever Wins This Election, All Of Guyana Loses’ Says Two Guyanese Elder Politicians

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. March 10, 2020: Two former politicians in Guyana’s Working Peoples Alliance Party (WPA), now elders living in the Diaspora, are calling for a government of “national unity” as racial tensions continued in Guyana yesterday even as the High Court in Guyana is expected to rule on whether Guyana Elections ...

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Parkland Announces Acquisition Of ConoMart Super Stores

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, CALGARY, Alberta, March 09, 2020: Parkland Fuel Corporation (“Parkland”) (TSX:PKI) announced today that through its wholly owned U.S. subsidiaries (collectively, “Parkland USA”), it has entered into an asset agreement to acquire seven retail sites located in and around Billings, Montana. All seven retail sites feature a strong convenience store offering and a Conoco-branded ...

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Coronavirus Cases In The Caribbean Continues To Rise

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. March 9, 2020: The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus cases in the Caribbean continues to rise, with latest data from the World Health Organization and the Dominican Republic putting the number of confirmed cases at 12. The French Caribbean territories has been largely impacted by COVID-19 with ...

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As Guyana Elections Remain Up In The Air, The World Bank Is Accused Of Conflict Of Interest

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 9, 2020: As tension continues in Guyana one week after its general elections and a top court upheld an injunction blocking the elections commission from proclaiming a winner amid fraud accusations, a non-profit environment and rights campaign group, is accusing the World Bank of engaging in conflict of ...

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Women Across Latin America Protest On International Women’s Day

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Natalia A. Ramos Miranda and Daina Beth Solomon SANTIAGO/MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Mon. March 9, 2020, (Reuters) – Hundreds of thousands of women across Latin America’s biggest cities flocked to the streets for International Women’s Day on Sunday, with anger over inequality, femicide and strict abortion controls boiling over into sporadic violence. As Women’s Day ...

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Royal Caribbean Group Adopts “Cruise With Confidence” Policy, Allowing Cancellations Up To 48 Hours Before Sailing

Caribbean News, Latin America News: MIAMI, March 6, 2020 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — With COVID-19 adding uncertainty to travel plans around the world, Royal Caribbean Group said it will give guests greater control over their vacation decisions, allowing guests to cancel cruises as late as two days before departure. The “Cruise With Confidence” policy allows guests on Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity ...

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