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Scotiabank Opens Wealth Management Center in Miami
www.marketwatch.com/stor... - Scotiabank today launched Scotia Private Client Group in Miami, Florida, the tenth in a series of announcements. The Miami center is a hub for the Bank's expanding wealth management services in the Caribbean and Latin America. Scotiabank is expanding its wealth management services platform to include US-based private banking solutions for high net worth clientele. The center will provide private banking services to non-US residents and non-US citizens only. more... ()
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Sean Paul Debut Video for So Fine
www.muzikspace.com - Brand new video for the single track off his album, Imperial Blaze. more... ()
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The Caribbean Mourns Michael Jackson
www.muzikspace.com - Michael Jackson dies at the age of 50 from a cardiac arrest. His sudden death is mourned throughout the Caribbean and the world: Wyclef, Machel, Nadine Sutherland, and more. more... ()
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Antigua arrests ex-regulator in Stanford fraud case
www.reuters.com/article/... - Antigua and Barbuda's authorities arrested the country's former chief financial regulator on Thursday over U.S. charges that he collaborated with Texas billionaire Allen Stanford in a $7 billion fraud. Leroy King was detained on a provisional warrant requested by U.S. more... ()
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  06-26-2009 6:19:27 AM
 
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13-year-old girl charged with murder in St Lucia
www.etaiwannews.com/etn/... - A 13-year-old girl in St. Lucia has been charged with murder in a barroom stabbing, police said Tuesday. The defendant was among a group of teenage girls that attacked a woman in a rural section of the eastern Caribbean island on June 13, according to a police statement. Authorities have not released her name because she is a juvenile. more... ()
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  06-24-2009 6:17:16 AM
 
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Reggae Boyz Richards Eyes U.S. Scalp
www.soccer365.com/us_new... - Jamaica’s Dane Richards is eager for the Gold Cup to get underway as he believes that the Reggae Boyz are the team to beat in this year’s CONCACAF soccer tournament and is hopeful to face the United States in the final. more... ()
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VP Records partners with Reggae Sumfest
www.jamaica-gleaner.com/... - VP Records has partnered with Reggae Sumfest which will see the labels marquee artistes performing at the festival from July 19-25 at Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex. Some of the most talked-about, in-demand and chart-topping acts in the business are on the list, including Tarrus Riley, who launches his new album that same week, the red-hot Busy Signal, the royal Queen Ifrica, the marauding Mavado, Lady Saw, Jah Cure, Etana, Coco Tea, Elephant Man, and others. more... ()
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Rihanna's ready to tell her story in Chris Brown case
www.cnn.com/2009/SHOWBIZ... - LOS ANGELES, California -- If Rihanna takes the stand at Chris Brown's preliminary hearing Monday, it will be her first time publicly talking about what happened the night her boyfriend allegedly attacked her. Rihanna has cleared her schedule so she could be in court if prosecutors call her as a witness. more... ()
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  06-22-2009 10:37:22 PM
 
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Pompey disappointed at cancellation of Caribbean Games
www.stabroeknews.com/200... - Triple Olympian and 2002 Commonwealth Games 400 metres gold medalist Aliann Pompey has expressed her frustration at not being able to compete at this year’s inaugural Caribbean Games in Trinidad and Tobago next month, since it was cancelled. more... ()
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  06-22-2009 8:11:25 PM
 
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American guns fuel Jamaica's gang war
www.kuwaittimes.net/read... - Ships from Miami steam into Jamaica's main harbor loaded with TV sets and blue jeans. But some of the most popular US imports never appear on the manifests: handguns, rifles and bullets that stoke one of the world's highest murder rates. The volume is much less than the flow of US guns into Mexico that end up in the hands of drug cartels, Jamaican authorities recover fewer than 1,000 firearms a year. more... ()
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  06-22-2009 8:10:23 PM
 
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Hindu Priest From Guyana Is Mourned in Queens
cityroom.blogs.nytimes.c... - Hundreds of members of the Indo-Caribbean immigrant community based in Richmond Hill, Queens, have turned out to mourn Pandit Prakash Gosain, a Hindu priest who founded a popular temple in New York City in 1987 and was active in politics in his native Guyana. Mr. Gosain died on Monday morning after suffering a heart attack at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, where he had been flown in for treatment and tests, his family said. He was 56. more... ()
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  06-19-2009 8:57:39 PM
 
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Sir Allen Stanford: Texan billionaire cricket promoter arrested by the FBI
www.telegraph.co.uk/fina... - Allen Stanford, the cricket-loving Texas billionaire, has surrendered to the FBI and will face criminal charges over allegations of massive fraud involving certificates of deposit issued by his Antigua bank, his lawyer said. Sir Allen, who was arrested on Thursday night, was due to appear in a federal court in Richmond, Virginia, on Friday morning. He is already facing civil charges over the financial dealings. more... ()
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Virgin Islands bond deal a blast in Caribbean rum war
www.reuters.com/article/... - A $250 million bond issue the U.S. Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority plans to bring to the municipal market next week is the latest sally in a Caribbean rum war with Puerto Rico over federal tax rebates. The issue will finance a $165 million rum plant in St. Croix and related expenses for drinks giant Diageo PLC (DGE.L), which will shift production of its Captain Morgan Rum from Puerto Rico to the USVI after a contract with Puerto Rican rum producer Destileria Serralles runs out in 2012. more... ()
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Bermuda protesters denounce Guantanamo decision
www.reuters.com/article/... - Hundreds of protesters called for Bermudian Premier Ewart Brown to step down on Tuesday and accused him of acting like a dictator in allowing four Guantanamo prisoners from China to settle on the mid-Atlantic island. Some 600 people gathered outside Parliament in the island's capital Hamilton, waving banners and chanting "Brown must go" as they marched to the Cabinet office. more... ()
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  06-17-2009 11:02:41 AM
 
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Barbados ladies through to next round of world volleyball qualifiers
www.barbadosadvocate.com... - THE Barbados Women’s Volleyball team saved their best for last when they defeated the previously undefeated Jamaican team 3-2 in the thrilling finale of the FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championship – 2nd Round NORCECA Group - D. more... ()
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Caribbean-American Business Forum to launch action plan
www.caribbeannetnews.com... - Participants at the just-concluded 4th Caribbean-American Business Expo and Conference in Orlando, Florida are formulating an Action Plan after two days of intensive discussions on strategies to improve and expand trade and investment with the United States. The June 10-12 Forum, with the theme ”The Caribbean American Relationship in this Era of Change”, organized by Florida’s Caribbean Sun, with sponsorship from a wide range of Caribbean businesses, examined trade, investment, social and other issues against the backdrop of the current global recession.. more... ()
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  06-15-2009 4:22:59 AM
 
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Cuba says economic crisis slows output, closes factories
www.reuters.com/article/... - Cuban factories are closing down and production is being cut at other workplaces as the international financial crisis weighs on the import-dependent Caribbean island, the official media said on Sunday. A growing shortage of foreign exchange has forced the Communist-run country to drastically cut imports and local budgets, impose power quotas on state-run companies, restructure debt and put off payments to foreign suppliers. more... ()
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Man shot after gunmen raid Mandela Avenue shop
www.stabroeknews.com/200... - Bandits early yesterday morning shot a man in the neck; beat, terrorised and robbed eight others at a small grocery and barbershop on Mandela Avenue before escaping in a waiting car, having also grabbed two five-pound tins of Fern Leaf milk powder. more... ()
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The Funeral of Father Gerard Jean-Juste
www.dominionpaper.ca/web... - People were there from the USA, Canada, and all over the Caribbean - people of different religions and cultures. Veye Yo, his organization, organized a viewing as did his family at Notre Dame D'Haiti church in Miami, It was crowded for the two days as approximately 3000 people gathered. Catholic bishops from Haiti and United States were in attendance. People tearfully marched for hours in Little Haiti in front of Veve Yo headquarters where a stage was set to receive his body for the last time. more... ()
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Caines strives to keep life balance as he marks a year in charge of Digicel
www.royalgazette.com/sif... - He was able to meet CEOs of other Digicel markets in the Caribbean and South America, such as Panama, the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and other countries, in addition to undergoing training and helping to launch the company in the likes of the British Virgin Islands. more... ()
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Mexico Players Lament Failed Scoring Opportunities
goal.com/en-us/news/114/... - After the 2-1 win over Trinidad and Tobago, it may seem like Mexico had a harder time during the game. Although the score was close, the margin could have been greater as Mexico missed several scoring chances.The team opened the scoring early in the first minute of the game, but several chances after that left goal scorer Guillermo Franco frustrated with the missed opportunities. more... ()
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UN report puts pressure on Canada to end Haitian slavery
www.nationalpost.com/new... - UNITED NATIONS -- The chief United Nations investigator on slavery signalled Wednesday that Haiti -- the only nation born of a slave revolt -- has entrenched child enslavement through its long-denounced "restavek" system.The finding by Gulnara Shahinian after she toured the Caribbean nation raises pressure on Canada and other major aid donors to the country to focus more on eliminating the blight. more... ()
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US denies bail for Cuba 'spies'
www.washingtonpost.com/w... - The Kennedy Center's Millennium stage rollicked with the rhythms of the Caribbean last week in a performance that kicked off Caribbean American Heritage Month. The pulsating sounds of the Positive Vibrations Youth Steel Orchestra -- with its rendition of Alicia Keyes's "No One," arranged by artistic director Malika Coletta -- brought the house down and the audience to their feet. In a one-hour concert, the orchestra played its interpretations of jazz, gospel and calypso to a capacity crowd. more... ()
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Trinidad & Tobago now murder capital of the Caribbean
www.cdnn.info/news/trave... - With a steady rise in violent crime including an alarming increase in homicides, Trinidad and Tobago has overtaken Jamaica as the "murder capital of the Caribbean". While homicides increased two percent in Jamaica in 2008, murders were up a staggering 38 percent in Trinidad and Tobago. more... ()
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  06-10-2009 6:09:15 AM
 
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Lisbon woman Kruse leads nurses in health care mission to Caribbean
www.mtvernonlisbonsun.co... - Bobbi (Alger) Kruse of Lisbon is preparing again this year for what she says is the “hottest, hardest, most rewarding work” of her nursing career. This fall, she and a team of medical professionals will travel to Jamaica to care for children. This year, Deena McAndrew, also of Lisbon, will join Kruse. The team is gathering items for the trip — from donations of hair products to drink mixes. more... ()
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Caribbean chief backs Olympic softball bid
www.aroundtherings.com/a... - CONCACAS President Carlos Lopez believes softball’s Olympic status would help continue the positive momentum the sport has established to provide sporting opportunities both in his region and all across the world. Also the president of the Puerto Rico Softball Federation, Mr. Lopez believes that the profile of Olympic competition will further boost softball’s initiatives to provide coaching and equipment in areas where funds are short. more... ()
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Caribbean Casino & Gaming Corp Finalizes Online "Live" Wagering
www.tradingmarkets.com/.... - Caribbean Casino & Gaming Corporation (Pink Sheets:CGAQ) is pleased to announce that live betting cameras and software will be installed over table games in the next two weeks. A new contract is ready to be delivered, which includes patent rights for 51 countries, and 2,151 casinos. This contract will give CGAQ a multimillion dollar revenue stream that can generate income within the next 90 days. more... ()
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KVH Oversees Mini-VSAT Broadband Service for North America, Caribbean
satellite.tmcnet.com/top... - KVH Industries, Inc, has taken operational responsibility of the mini-VSAT Broadband service network supporting North America and the Caribbean. These regions were previously managed under a revenue sharing agreement with SES AMERICOM. This arrangement has been terminated in favor of a leasing agreement with SES (News - Alert) AMERICOM for bandwidth on its AMC-21 and AMC-6 satellites. more... ()
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Royal Caribbean Expects Flu to Hurt Earnings
online.wsj.com/article/S... - Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. expects suspended port calls in Mexico amid the outbreak of the H1N1 flu virus to cut 2009 earnings by about 22 cents a share. Numerous cruise ships temporarily diverted from the country as the illness broke out. The virus "had a short, but highly disruptive impact to our operations," said Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Fain on Tuesday. He added, "Fortunately, our vessels are quickly returning to their original itineraries." more... ()
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Climate change blamed for Caribbean coral deaths
www.reuters.com/article/... - Climate change has contributed to a flattening of the complex, multi-layered architecture of Caribbean coral reefs, compromising their role as a nursery for fish stocks and a buffer against tropical storms, a study shows. The analysis of 500 surveys of 200 reefs, conducted between 1969 and 2008, showed the most complex types of reef had been virtually wiped out across the entire Caribbean. more... ()
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Caribbean Swine Flu Rate Now Close To 50
www.dominicagazette.com/... - Dominican Republic health officials reported a pregnant 17-year-old from Santo Domingo as the first victim of AH1N1 flu virus. The death comes as the World Health Organization said the DR now has 33 reported cases of the disease, the highest for any Caribbean country. Jamaica for its part reported three more cases Sunday, brining the total according to the Health Ministry’s surveillance and monitoring team to seven. more... ()
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