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DR Judge Issues Restraining Order Against Canadian Real Estate Duo

CaribWorldNews, SANTO DOMINGO, DR, Tues. May 19, 2009: In a legal victory for investors seeking to recover their funds in a Dominican Republic real estate scheme, a judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Canadian father-son development team. Judge Katia Gomez German on May 1, ordered Frederick Elliott and his son Derek not to transfer, dissipate, or otherwise ...

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Count Down Begins To D.C. Caribbean Carnival

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, DC, Tues. May 19, 2009: The countdown has begun to the 17th annual  DC Caribbean Carnival, which has become a staple of the summer calendar: The District of Columbia Caribbean Carnival Extravaganza. The annual Extravaganza Parade will be staged along the Georgia Avenue corridor on Saturday, June 27, 2009, from  Missouri Avenue at 11 a.m. and terminate at ...

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U.S., Caribbean For Meeting on Security Cooperation

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Mon. May 18, 2009: The United States and the nations of the Caribbean will gather in Paramaribo, Suriname later this week for the U.S.-Caribbean Technical Meeting on Security Cooperation. The meeting, set for May 20, will develop joint strategies to address common security concerns and increased violence throughout the region, a State Department release said Friday. The ...

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Haitians Convicted In Sears Tower Attack Plot

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Weds. May 13, 2009: Five Haitian and Haitian Americans were on Tuesday found guilty of plotting to blow up Chicago’s Sears Tower and bomb a FBI office in Miami in a terrorism attempt. Haitian-born ringleader, Narseal Batiste,alias, Brother Nas or Prince Manna, 35, was convicted of all four terrorism-related conspiracy counts, including plotting to provide material support ...

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Trinidadian Immigrant Makes Bid For Bronx, City Council Seat

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. May 13, 2009: A Trinidadian immigrant is making a bid for a city council seat in a Bronx, NY neighborhood that is fast becoming largely Caribbean in population. Krystal Serrano tells CWNN she is hoping to become the representative of her community in the Bronx`s 12th councilmatic district, which includes Baychester, Co-Op City, Edenwald, Wakefield and ...

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Dominican Republic Could Become 16th Member Of CARICOM

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Weds. May 13, 2009: The Dominican Republic could become the newest members of the Caribbean Community, CARICOM. The Caribbean nation has reportedly resubmitted its application to join the 15-member grouping, Jamaica’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Kenneth Baugh, was quoted by Caribbean 360 as saying last weekend. `They have renewed their application so this is now under consideration. We ...

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Haitian To Be Deported In Baby Shaking Case

CaribWorldNews, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Weds. May 13, 2009: A 54-year-old Haitian woman has chosen to return to Haiti instead of serving further jail time in the U.S. in a baby shaking case. Nelly Rose Joseph, 54, originally faced a first-degree murder charge and the possibility of life in prison for the Jan. 23, 2003, death of 10-month-old Fierra Dorelus. But under ...

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Jamaican Soldier Remembered In Film

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Weds. May 13, 2009: The life of a Jamaican soldier, who joined Britain’s Royal Air Force during World War II, has been eulogized in film. ‘A Charmed Life,’ a documentary about  Eddie Noble, is currently  being shown at venues in London and cities across the United Kingdom. The 64-minute film by Councilor Patrick Vernon, gives a strong ...

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Immigrants And The Census For CUNY TV Discussion

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. May 13, 2009: Garry Pierre Pierre and the producers of Independent Sources, focus their attention on the importance of the 2010 Census tonight. CWNN publisher and CaribID founder, Felicia Persaud and the National Latino Policy Center`s Angelo Falcon are guests on the show, which will air live at 8:30 pm in New York tonight on ...

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Was Stanford A DEA Informant?

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Mon. May 11, 2009: Allen R. Stanford, the financier accused of a giant ponzi scheme by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, may have been an informant for the U.S. DEA, a new report says. The BBC`s Panorama investigation claims that the Texas-born businessman, turned Antiguan, may have worked as a US government informer, feeding information to ...

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