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Haitian American Footballers Hope To Win Super Bowl For Haiti

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL., Weds. Feb. 3, 2010:  Haitian American footballers, Indianapolis Colts receiver Pierre Garcon and New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma are each hoping their respective teams will win this Sunday at the Super Bowl here in Miami. But its not simply a victory that Garcon and Vilma are after. Both say they hope their respective team wins to ...

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Dominica National Arraigned For Murder Of U.S. Tourist In Antigua

CaribWorldNews, ST. JOHN`S, Antigua, Tues. Feb. 2, 2010: A man accused of murdering a U.S. tourist in Antigua was yesterday arraigned on a murder charge. Dominica national Tishara Daniel, 24, was arrested and charged with murdering 29-year-old Nina Nilssen on Jan. 19.  He was remanded to jail to await a May 28 hearing at which time a judge will decide ...

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Sea Box, Inc. Sends Relief Container to Haiti – Including ShelterPak for Converting Container to Hou

PHILADELPHIA and EAST RIVERTON, N.J., Feb. 1  /PRNewswire/ — Sea Box, Inc., an ISO-certified shipping container manufacturing and modification company (www.seabox.com) is sending a container filled with relief supplies – including their ShelterPak for converting the container box into habitable housing – to Haiti. The aid was prompted by a company engineer, Werner Guerrier, a Haitian native with a large ...

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Another Marley Takes Home A Grammy

CaribWorldNews, LOS ANGELES, CA, Mon. Feb. 1, 2010: When it comes to reggae music, it pays to carry the Marley surname, especially it seems in Grammy Award circles. On Sunday night, another Marley walked away with a Grammy at the 52nd awards ceremony at the  Staples Center in Los Angeles. Stephen Marley beat out his brother Julian as well as ...

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Apple`s New i-Pad Perfect For Haiti

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Feb. 1, 2010:  Steve Jobs and his new iPad received only mixed reviews from the technorati and many media houses, but it should be getting rave reviews in Haiti. That`s right. Because we are unwilling to think outside the box our society is in such a dismal state and countries like Haiti and many others ...

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Gladys Knight Brings Motown Vibes To Jazz And Blues

By Felicia Persaud CaribWorldNews, MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, Sun. Jan. 31, 2010: For most Jazz and Blues patrons, Gladys Knight`s scheduled performance at the festival was undoubtedly one of the reasons for their attendance. And the Empress of Soul did not disappoint. Wearing a glittery, off-white two piece pant suit set, Knight proved exactly why thousands shelled out a minimum of ...

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United States And UNASUR To Discuss Security Issues

By Odeen Ishmael CaribWorldNews, CARACAS, Venezuela, Fri. Jan. 29, 2010:  In what can be regarded as an advance in relations between the United States (US) and the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a letter on January 19th to Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, revealed that the American government was ready to hold dialogue ...

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Billy Ocean Rocks Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival

CaribWorldNews, MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, Sat. Jan. 30, 2010: Trinidad-born Leslie Sebastian Charles, aka Billy Ocean, returned to rock Jamaica and he did Friday night at the new venue of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival – the Greenfield Stadium in Trelawny. The Grammy Award winning Ocean kept fans on their feet and begging for more as he closed the show ...

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The Latest on Haiti Relief Efforts: Hear From Save the Children’s Emergency Health and Nutrition Adv

***** MEDIA ADVISORY FOR AUDIO PRESS BRIEFING ON HAITI TODAY – THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, AT 1 PM EST ***** WHO:  Save the Children, American Red Cross, Catholic Relief Services, Habitat for Humanity, World Vision, and other members of InterAction, a coalition of more than 150 U.S. humanitarian organizations. WHAT:  Save the Children and other U.S. humanitarian relief organizations will share ...

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