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Caribbean, Latin American Gang Members Among Hundreds Nabbed

Share Tweet News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. May 2, 2014: Several South and Central Americans and Caribbean-born gang members and associates living in the United States has been arrested in a month. That’s the word from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Thomas Winkowski. The Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) unit has arrested more than 600 ...

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Tribute To The Ancestors Turns 25

Share Tweet   Guyanese Master Drummer Menes De Griot, r, pouring libation at last year’s Tribute to the Ancestors ceremony in Coney Island, Brookyln. News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Fri. May 2, 2014: The annual tribute in remembrance of the millions of Africans who died during the Middle Passage, enters its 25th year this weekend in Brooklyn, NY, home to thousands of ...

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Walden University Offers Millions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants and Tuition Assistance

Share Tweet MINNEAPOLIS, April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — As part of its continuing commitment to make higher education accessible and affordable, Walden University is offering millions of dollars in tuition assistance in 2014 for online bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees across all programs through scholarships, grants and other tuition savings. photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20110920/MM71012-b “Our tuition savings opportunities, grants and scholarships are an ...

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Next Generation Network Management

Share Tweet REGINA, Saskatchewan, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – SaskTel International (SI), a leading-edge communications software and services solution provider, has recently announced the release of a new Service and Resource Inventory and Order Management solution for wireline communications networks. The application comes in response to the elusive pursuit of communication service providers (CSPs) to drive efficiencies, identify cost savings and optimize ...

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In Brooklyn, NY – Shock Then Joy For A Haitian Family

Share Tweet Haitian teen Gama Droiville returns to school. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Tues. April 29, 2014: A Haitian family has had their horror turned to joy this week as their son not only survived a shooting but returned to school. Gama Droiville, 13, was shot in the head as he stood waiting for the bus ...

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‘Million Dollar Arm’ Branding Specialist For Invest Caribbean Now

Share Tweet Anthony Phills. (Photo by: Victoria Mihich) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 28, 2014: Caribbean-born entrepreneur and brand specialist, Anthony Phills, whose work can now be seen in Disney Pictures upcoming film, Million Dollar Arm, will be among the presenters at Invest Caribbean Now 2014. The Los Angeles resident and founder of Caribbean Commerce Magazine/Media, Calypso Cloud ...

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Walden University Adds New Research-Focused Ph.D. in Nursing

Share Tweet MINNEAPOLIS, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Continuous advancements in nursing science research, education and practice are increasing the demand for nurses with doctoral degrees. To help prepare new leaders in these expanding fields, Walden University is now offering an online Ph.D. in Nursing program for nursing professionals who want to directly impact nursing practice today or conduct cutting-edge research that ...

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Walden University Adds New Research-Focused Ph.D. in Nursing

Share Tweet MINNEAPOLIS, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Continuous advancements in nursing science research, education and practice are increasing the demand for nurses with doctoral degrees. To help prepare new leaders in these expanding fields, Walden University is now offering an online Ph.D. in Nursing program for nursing professionals who want to directly impact nursing practice today or conduct cutting-edge research that ...

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‘King Kong’ Comment Gets Caribbean-Born Crossing Guard Sacked

Share Tweet Jon Seymour (London Evening Standard image) News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. April 23, 2014: A Caribbean immigrant who has served as a school crossing guard for the Carlton Primary School in Kentish Town for more than a decade, is out of a job for calling a black member of the Camden Council, “King Kong.” Jon Seymour was dismissed ...

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Caribbean Leaders Must Create Right Mix To Attract Investors Says Antigua-Born Scholar

Share Tweet Dr. Isaac Newton News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 21, 2014: “Caribbean leaders should encourage, embrace and affirm the flow of capital that is positive, sustainable and healthy for the region.” That’s the advice of Antigua-born scholar, Dr. Isaac Newton, as he gears up to deliver the keynote address to delegates at Invest Caribbean Now 2014, (ICN), the biggest global investment summit ...

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