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Obama declares Libya War without Congress approval

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House told Congress on Wednesday that President Barack Obama has the legal authority to press on with U.S. military involvement in Libya and urged skeptical lawmakers not to send “mixed messages” about their commitment to the NATO-led air war. Delivering a detailed report to Congress to justify Obama’s Libya policy, the administration argued ...

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FARC Guerrillas Attack Base

NEWS AMERICAS, Bogota, Columbia, TUES. MAR. 15, 2011: A Colombian military base was attacked by FARC guerrillas over the weekend, news reports indicate. FOX Latino reports cite a Colombian army commander as saying the Puerto Asis base in Putumayo, a province on the border with Ecuador, was attacked The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels. Initial radio reports ...

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Search On For A Caribbean-Born Cooking Show Hostess

CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Sept. 22, 2010: A Caribbean-owned, U.S.-based company is on the search for a hostess for a cooking show. Officials say they are seeking a `stunning, sexy, young hostess to host a Caribbean cooking show.` No media experience is necessary, but executives say the ideal candidate must be visually appealing on camera with an electric ...

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Guyanese Terror Plot Was Payback For Palestinians – Witness

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 2, 2010: A key prosecution witness in the Guyanese John F. Kennedy International Airport terror plot said yesterday the two accused men on trial wanted payback for the United States sending weapons to Israel to kill Palestinians. Witness Donald Nero, who said he had been involved with defendants Russell DeFreitas and Abdul Kadir in ...

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U.S. Trade Delegation For Jamaica

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. June 16, 2010: Six U.S. Department of Commerce officials along with seven small- and medium-sized U.S. businesses are set to arrive on a trade mission to, Jamaica today, June 16th. The three-day visit will last through June 19th and will be led by Rick Wade, senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to U.S. Commerce Secretary ...

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Young Haitian Film Makers Aim To Revitalise Their Country`s Cinema

CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Weds. June 16, 2010: When the earthquake hit the southern Haitian town of Jacmel on January 12th, students at the country`s only film school, Ciné Institute, were on the ground within hours. Their classrooms collapsed but they salvaged what equipment they could and filmed the aftermath, the rescue efforts, and the collapse of buildings weakened by the ...

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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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