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Barbados Cannot Continue To Ignore Problem Of Undocumented – PM

CaribWorldNews, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mon. Mar. 29, 2010:  Barbados cannot continue to `bury its head in the sand` and ignore the fact that there is a serious problem with undocumented immigrants here.   That`s the word from the country`s Prime Minister, David Thompson. Thompson made the comments while speaking during the final Town Hall meeting to discuss the Green Paper on Immigration ...

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Guyana President Reiterates Call For Debt Relief For Caribbean

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mon. Mar. 29, 2010: Guyana`s President Bharrat Jagdeo has reiterated his call for urgent debt relief for the Caribbean by international financial institutions. The Guyana head of state and head of a special task force of the Caribbean Community to assess the financial crisis in the region said Friday that the Caribbean is on the verge of ...

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Obama Pushes Congress To Act Soon On Immigration Reform

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Mar. 19, 2010: With the issue of health care reform still up in the air, President Obama is turning his attention to immigration reform even as thousands are set to descend on the Capitol Hill Sunday. Obama on Thursday issued statement Congress to act at the earliest possible opportunity on immigration reform while praising a bipartisan ...

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Dominican American Wins NY Senate Seat

CaribWorldNews, QUEENS, NY, Thurs. Mar. 18, 2010: A second generation migrant from the Dominican Republic is the newest member of the New York State Senate. José R. Peralta was elected in a landslide to the New York State Senate in a special election, outpolling Hiram Monserrate 65 percent to 27 percent and Republican Robert Beltrani with 8 percent. Monserrate was ...

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U.S. Politicians Weigh In On Haiti Quake

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. Jan. 13, 2010: U.S. President Barack Obama was among a slew of politicians who late yesterday began weighing in on the devastating earthquake in Haiti. As news broke of the 7.0 quake that rocked Haiti and that  registered 10 miles south west of Port-Au-Prince and 90 miles east of les Cayes Tuesday, President Obama sent his ...

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Guyana President Speaks Up On Teen Torture

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri. Nov. 6, 2009: The Guyana president has broken his silence on the torture of a 14-year-old detainee and given the country`s police officials two weeks to investigate the allegation. President Bharrat Jagdeo called the act `a terrible stain` on the country`s police force. Speaking to the media at a press conference Thursday at the Office of ...

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Chef Irie Spice For Caribbean Jerk Festival This Weekend

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Nov. 6, 2009: Jamaican-born chef, Hugh `Irie Spice` Sinclair is among several others set to bring the spice of the Caribbean to the 8th annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, which gets underway at Markham Park in South Florida Sunday. Chef Sinclair is the executive chef of Irie Spice, Inc., which provides private catering services to the ...

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Guyanese Business Accused Of Participating In Mortgage Fraud

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 19, 2009: A Guyanese-owned firm in Richmond Hill, Queens, has been accused of using straw buyers to flip properties for their equity. Peggy Persaud, a loan officer for the GuyAmerican Funding Corporation located at 12209 Liberty Ave, South Richmond Hill, NY, arranged loans from banks while Ravi Persaud and Cheddi Goberdhan, lawyers, face 30 ...

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Miami Man Convicted Of Trafficking In Counterfeit Cuban Cigars

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2009: A 66-year-old Miami resident has been convicted for trafficking counterfeit Cuban cigars. Lauro Perez was this week convicted on charges of conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit cigars and seven counts of trafficking in counterfeit cigars.According to evidence presented at trial, Perez manufactured more than 50 boxes of counterfeit cigars and sold them to ...

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Diaspora Critical To Constitutional Reform, Says Saint Lucian Official

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2009: The chairperson of Saint Lucia’s Constitutional Reform Commission insists that the Caribbean-American Diaspora is critical to the Commission’s work on the island. Speaking ahead of two meetings with the Saint Lucian-American Diaspora – scheduled for New York today, Thursday, Sept. 17th,  and Washington DC this Friday – Madam Justice Suzie d’Auvergne said ...

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