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CARICOM Leaders and Haiti’s Minister of the Interior Agree that Collaboration … – Sacramento Bee

CARICOM Leaders and Haiti's Minister of the Interior Agree that Collaboration ...Sacramento Bee14, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- In meeting with the President of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Mr. Desire Delano Bouterse and the Bureau of Heads of Gov...

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Minister blasts Zimbabwe cricket – Sowetan

SowetanMinister blasts Zimbabwe cricketSowetanHARARE - Zimbabwe sports minister David Coltart has criticised the national team's selection panel and the country's cricket governing body for failing to turn around and improve Zimbabwe's comp...

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The top consumer scams of 2011 – WPTV

WPTVThe top consumer scams of 2011WPTVMichael Galvin, vice president of communications for the West Palm Beach-based Better Business Bureau of Southeast Florida and the Caribbean, said the BBB investigates thousands of scams every year. Some have been ...

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Surrey native Sydney Leroux was the first pick in the Women’s Professional … – The Province

Kansas City Star Surrey native Sydney Leroux was the first pick in the Women's Professional …The ProvinceWomen's Professional Soccer is the top level of women's soccer in North America. Six other franchises have come and gone over three seasons, and the league must grow to six teams by 2013 and eight teams by 2014 to retain its sanctioning from US ...

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United Windwards looking to top the table in 2012 – The Labour Spokesman

United Windwards looking to top the table in 2012The Labour SpokesmanSt John's, Antigua – Expect a “total team effort” from the Windward Islands when they turn up to do battle in the West Indies Cricket Board's Caribbean T20 tournament. Last year the Darren Sammy-led side reached the Final Four, and this season will …

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Exodus of Workers From Continent Reverses Old Patterns – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal Exodus of Workers From Continent Reverses Old PatternsWall Street JournalThe South American country was expanding its low-income housing program and scrambling to build stadiums, airport terminals and hotels for the 2014 World Cup of soccer and 2016 Olympic Games. "The crisis back home is distant news," said Mr. Velarde, …

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As the World Turns in 2012: What’s Next for Global Box Office – Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter As the World Turns in 2012: What's Next for Global Box OfficeHollywood ReporterWhile Mexico has been eclipsed by Brazil as the biggest moviegoing market in Latin America, it remains a vibrant and key territory. And if there's a premier 3D family market anywhere, it's Mexico, where Fox's Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked has … and more »

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Cold wave grips north India, 140 dead

Zeenews Bureau New Delhi: Cold wave continues to spread havoc in Northern India with dense fog and low visibility hitting normal life and disrupting movement of trains and flight operations in most parts of the region. Reports on Monday claimed that severe cold has claimed the lives of at least 140 people in this season so far as rain coupled ...

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Soccer at the crossroads after a difficult year – Footbo (blog)

Soccer at the crossroads after a difficult yearFootbo (blog)Even though FIFA has clearly done some good things in soccer, such as taking the FIFA World Cup to South Africa, the organisation has failed to take race issues seriously when it has been presented with the opportunity to do just that (especially its … and more »

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