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Nude Rihanna Photos Apparently Leaked

CaribWorldNews, LOS ANGELES, CA, Mon. May 11, 2009: The record label of Bajan pop star Rihanna, is reportedly readying to do legal battle over nude photos believed to be of the singer that were posted on the Internet Friday. Seven photos appeared on ImageHaven.net Friday. Two apparently are of Rihanna’s face, while four of the pictures featured various body shots ...

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Bermuda Man Faces Murder Charges

CaribWorldNews, NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J., Mon. May 1, 2009: A Bermuda man who allegedly drove a gunman from the scene of a fatal shooting at a central New Jersey apartment complex is now facing murder charges. Andre D. Trott of Sandys, Bermuda has been charged with eluding, aggravated assault and hindering the apprehension of alleged shooter Cadre Williams at a shooting ...

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Jesse Jackson Faces Lawsuit Over Trinidad Event

CaribWorldNews,  NEW YORK, NY, Mon. May 4, 2009: Rights activist and head of the Rainbow Push Coalition, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. has been slammed with a lawsuit for failing to honor a Trinidad speaking engagement. American Entertainment International, Inc. filed the lawsuit Thursday in Cook County Circuit Court against Jackson for $100,000.64. The civil suit claims Jackson knowingly reneged on ...

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Ride Natty Ride

Commentary By Carlyle McKetty CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, N.Y., May 4, 2009: In 1972, when Chris Blackwell signed Bob Marley and the Wailers to his England based Island Records, he set in motion an odyssey that enhanced Jamaica’s visibility around the world and led to the founding of the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music in New York in 2005. I still remember ...

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Accused Jamaican Hijacker Could Face 20 Years Jail Time

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mon. May 4, 2009: A 21-year-old Jamaican man, who tried to hijack a Canadian charter aircraft in Montego Bay last month, could face the next 20 years in jail if convicted. Stephen Fray, 21, was on Friday slapped with charges of robbery, assault and other offenses, police said. He is accused of holding passengers and crew captive ...

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Immigrant Advocates Make Legalization Plea In New York

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. May 4, 2009: Over 1,000 immigrants and immigrant advocates turned President Barack Obama’s campaign slogan into a chant for immigration reform now, on Friday in New York City. The groups and immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia used May 1 to join with others across the country to chant `Sí se ...

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U.S. Swine Flu Cases Jump

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2009: The number of reported swine flu cases in the U.S. jumped Tuesday to 64, with New York City having the highest number of cases, according to the Center of Disease Control. Those affected with the virus in New York have now been put at 45, according to the CDC. Each affected person ...

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Why The Caribbean Count Bill Is Important – Congresswoman Yvette Clarke

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2009: Congresswoman Yvette Clarke is again reiterating that her Caribbean Count Bill, H.R. 2071, `does not call for an additional race category` on the U.S. Census form. The congresswoman insists that the historic bill, lobbied for by Carib ID`s Felicia Persaud, Chuck Mohan and Irwine Clare, and introduced on April 23rd, simply requires ...

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Retirees to honour nation builders

The Caribbean Community of Retired Persons (CCRP) is to honour 10 outstanding Jamaicans for their role in nation building. The CCRP yesterday launched its Jamaica 50 Living Legacy Awards ceremony, which is to be staged next February during the yearlong…

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NWC explains water lock-off

The National Water Commission (NWC) has offered an explanation to customers in sections of St Andrew, who are served by the Forest Hill water supply system, that the disruption they are currently experiencing in their service is due to a major leak on…

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