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CARIBBEAN NEWS ROUNDUP – JULY 25, 2019

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2019: Here are the top news making headlines from the Caribbean and Latin America for this Thursday morning July 25, 2019:

Designers Donna Karan and Kenneth Cole have collaborated with artisans in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to release the limited edition ‘Gentle Souls’ summer sandals that start at $325.

Guyana born drug dealer Shaheed Roger Khan could be on his way back to the South American CARICOM nation soon after being released from a U.S. jail.

Jamaican national William Tong is challenging a US deportation order against him, claiming his crimes were already pardoned by the Connecticut Board of Pardons.

The probe into the alleged issuance of a fraudulent Antigua and Barbuda passport to a Syrian national is picking up pace as local authorities are reportedly seeking international help.

Trinidad and Tobago’s murder rate has climbed to 300 with the killing of of Jill Ann Jerome in San Juan Wednesday.

A federal judge let stand a new rule that bars immigrants who failed to apply for asylum in at least one country on their way to the southwest border.

Both St Lucia and Barbados say they are on alert for ebola, increasing surveillance at ports of entry.

The Cayman Islands is lobbying US lawmakers to combat money laundering there.

Puerto Rico’s Gov. Ricardo Rosselló says he will resign on Aug. 2nd much to the joy of tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans globally.

And former Turks & Caicos premier, Michael Misick, got dragged into the Nicole Murphy kissing scandal are his former sister-in-law claimed Murphy had also kissed him.

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