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Arbitrade and Cryptobonix Engage Global Law Firm HFW

News Americas, NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2018: The Boards of Arbitrade and Cryptobonix are pleased to announce they have retained HFW, a global law firm specializing in all areas of international trade and commodities. The firm will help structure and negotiate an agreement enabling the companies to back Cryptobonix tokens with gold and other precious metals. In making the announcement, Cryptobonix ...

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Blame It On Barbados Star Rihanna Says British Man

News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. Feb. 28, 2018: A British man is blaming Rihanna’s song, ‘Love On The Blame,’ for trying to kill his new bride with a machete. David Wing, 56, a teacher in South Wales, is accused of bludgeoning his newlywed wife, Yvonne Wing, with a machete after she taunted him about an alleged affair with a neighbor ...

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Ciao Willy Of The Week – Safaree Samuels

Safaree Samuels, an ex-boyfriend of Trinidad rapper Nicki Minaj, is setting social media on fire after a picture of his penis leaked yesterday. You can see the unedited version here but this is our much calmer, Ciao Willy moment from Samuels for you.  The post Ciao Willy Of The Week – Safaree Samuels appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America ...

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Barbados Roots Actress Stacey Dash To Run For Congress

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Feb. 27, 2018: Stacey Dash, the actress and conservative commentator whose roots stretch to Barbados, has filed to run for Congress in California. The Bronx, NY-born “Clueless” star reportedly filed campaign documents with the Federal Election Commission under the slogan “Dash to DC,” which shows that she will run as a Republican in California’s ...

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Former PepsiCo Senior Executive Named CEO of Arbitrade

News Americas, NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2018: The Board of ARBITRADE is pleased to announce that the role of the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Leonard Schutzman, has been expanded to Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Schutzman had a distinguished thirty-year career at PepsiCo, Inc., serving in a variety of leadership positions including Treasurer of PepsiCo Corporate, and Chief Financial Officer ...

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Caribbean News – Porn Racket Targeting Young Women Reaches Trinidad & Tobago

News Americas, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Mon. Feb. 26, 2018: A porn racket that reportedly draws young women and teenagers in through modelling ads in local newspapers, has reportedly reached the shores of the twin island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. A 25-year-old Cunupia man, who pretended to be a professional photographer and advertised in the papers for models was arrested during ...

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What Nation Of Immigrants?

News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Feb. 23, 2018: Forget “nation of immigrants.” It’s now all about enforcement it seems, under the Donald Trump U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, (USCIS,) which as of yesterday, dropped the term from its mission statement. Prior to Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, the USCIS’ mission statement read: “USCIS secures America’s promise as a nation of immigrants ...

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Trump’s America – Episode # 58 – O Holy Night

  By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 23, 2018: O Holy Night …. America was brightly shining Wednesday night! Alexander Hamilton would have been the first to agree but mre on AH later. The Town Hall held in Parkland, Florida, Wednesday night was impressive. Never have we seen quite an assemblage like it, and with a ...

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5 West Indians In US Black History

Compiled By NAN News Editor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Feb. 23, 2018: This week we put the spotlight on another five West Indians in US Black History who many have forgotten but whom we must remember this and every Black History Month. Stanley Herbert Adams Stanley Herbert Adams was a Barbados national who went on to serve as registrar ...

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Caribbean Entertainment – Caribbean Born Actors Gets Rave Reviews In Black Panther Performance

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 23, 2018: As “Black Panther,” the Marvel Studios’ superhero movie continues to break records at the box office following its US $242 million opening weekend and evoke pride among blacks globally, many are saluting the performance of two Caribbean-born actors in the movie. Guyanese-born Letitia Wright, 24, plays Shuri, ...

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