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What About A Referendum On Medical Marijuana Legalization Across The Caribbean?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: This past week, voters in Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda also went to the polls and stunned governments in their homelands and across the country with a defeat of a referendum to make the Caribbean Court of Justice the highest court of appeal, choosing instead to remain with the British Privy ...

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Is This Reflective Of The Caribbean Voting Bloc In South Florida?

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: Florida’s much anticipated gubernatorial race ended in a loss for Democrats Tuesday night, Nov. 6th, by just about 80,000 votes much to the angst of many Caribbean immigrants stateside, in the US Diaspora nationally and even in the Caribbean region. But how exactly did Caribbean immigrant voters ...

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Here’s Where The Caribbean Stands On Debt

By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: Ever wondered about the debt burden of nations in the Caribbean and what exactly that number is? Here’s the 411 on the 2017 debt to GDP ratio of most of these nation as reported by the International Monetary Fund in its October 2018 ‘Outlook for Latin America ...

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Here’s What The Outgoing West Indies Coach Is Saying

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: The outgoing coach of the beleaguered West Indies cricket team, had some words of wisdom for the squad as he departed the post this week. Australian-born coach Stuart Law, 49, who is leaving to join English county side Middlesex as a coach soon, insists the Caribbean side ...

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Student Finds New School After Coach Threatens To Send Him Back To Haiti

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: A Haitian student who was threatened in a profanity laced diatribe by a Florida coach and then told he could be sent back to Haiti has changed school even as the coach has been forced to say sorry. A Florida prep school basketball coach had to issue ...

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West Indies Cricketer Chris Gayle In Mourning

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle is in mourning following the death of his mother. Hazel Gayle reportedly died Wednesday morning of a heart attack. Shortly after news broke of her passing CWI President Dave Cameron offered a message of sympathy on behalf of the Windies Board. His ...

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Many In The Caravan Donald Trump Scapegoats Have Arrived In Mexico City

News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Fri. Nov. 11, 2018: Some 2,000 Central American migrants in the so-called “caravan,” which Donald Trump made a signature of his closing argument in the just concluded mid-terms, have arrived in the capital Mexico City and more are still on the way. In Mexico City, they are being housed in the Jesus Martinez “Palillo” Stadium, ...

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Be Fearful Not Of Immigrants But Of Lying, Racist, Selfish Politicians

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: The much-anticipated midterm elections are now over, but what undoubtedly remains is the ever-growing divide in the nation, stoked by racism, xenophobia and nativist politics from the alt-right and its self-confessed nationalist-in-chief. After this election, it will be harder for the Republican Party to distance itself from labels ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica

Only in Jamaica will you find a scene like this at road corners across the island. It’s why it makes our Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day. Wonder what’s in those pots? We are sure its delicious. The post Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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This Caribbean National Makes History In The Georgia Elections

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 7, 2018: While Georgia’s gubernatorial race remains too close to call with Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams refusing to give up, one Caribbean national had something to celebrate Tuesday night. Donna McLeod, a mother, grandmother and resident of House District 105 in Gwinnett County, Georgia, made history by becoming the first ...

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