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Caribbean Player Helps Denver Broncos Make Super Bowl Finals

Orlando Franklin of the Denver Broncos By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Jan. 19, 2014: Caribbean football fans can get ready to cheer for one of their own who is anxious to get a Super Bowl ring come Feb. 2nd at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Twenty-six-year-old Orlando Franklin, born in Kingston, Jamaica and of the ...

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Jamaica To Send Five-Member Bobsled Team To Sochi

Lascelles Oneil Brown (L) and Winston Alexander Watt of the Jamaica-1 team leap into their sled at the start of heat three of the two-man bobsleigh competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2002 in Park City (Reuters/Peter Andrews) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Jan. 20, 2014: With global coverage on ...

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Nevis Unveils Commemorative Stamp To Hamilton

Premier of Nevis Vance Winkworth Amory unveils the stamp with John Herzog, founder of the The Museum of American Finance on Jan. 10, 2014. (Arthur Piccolo image) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Jan. 13, 2014: Get ready for the Alexander Hamilton stamp in Nevis. Premier of Nevis Vance Winkworth Amory on Friday, Jan. 10th, unveiled a stamp paying tribute to former ...

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St. Maarten Forced To Investigate Dead Body Mix-Up

The family of Margaret Porkka want answers. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten, Tues. Jan. 15, 2013: The government of St. Maarten has been forced to step into the mix after a grieving family in the U.S. received the wrong dead body. A statement from St. Maarten’s government says it has appointed its health inspector to investigate ...

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Capacity Media Select Dominican Republic to Host Regionally Acclaimed Telecom Carrier Business Meeting

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, January 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ – The Dominican Republic is becoming one of the fastest-growing economies in the Caribbean and Latin America, reaping the rewards of policies facilitating more open trade and experiencing great levels of international investment. Within its dynamic and developing economy, the Dominican telecom industry is thriving and becoming one of the best-served ...

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Does Rob Ford Feel Jamaican “Cool?”

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford as seen in the leaked video. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Jan. 22, 2014: Seems the entire world wants to be Jamaican now – and not simply because of reggae music, dancehall queens, Usain Bolt, Tessanne Chin  or the new “Cool Runnings” bobsled team of 2014. Controversial Toronto Mayor Rob Ford  is among the latest ...

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Jamaica To Send Five-Member Bobsled Team To Sochi

Lascelles Oneil Brown (L) and Winston Alexander Watt of the Jamaica-1 team leap into their sled at the start of heat three of the two-man bobsleigh competition at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2002 in Park City (Reuters/Peter Andrews) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Jan. 20, 2014: With global coverage on ...

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Caribbean Player Helps Denver Broncos Make Super Bowl Finals

Orlando Franklin of the Denver Broncos By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Jan. 19, 2014: Caribbean football fans can get ready to cheer for one of their own who is anxious to get a Super Bowl ring come Feb. 2nd at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Twenty-six-year-old Orlando Franklin, born in Kingston, Jamaica and of the ...

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Family Of Missing Jamaican-American Doctor Turn To Social Media

Last seen video shot of Dr. Teleka Cassandra Patrick By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Fri. Jan. 17, 2014: The family of missing Jamaican-American doctor, Teleka Cassandra Patrick, are turning to social media in the hopes that it will help them find their daughter who vanished on December 5, 2013. A ‘Find Teleka Patrick’ page, (@findteleka), has been ...

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U.S. Urged Not To Take Caribbean, Latin America For Granted In 2014

President Obama is being urged to pay more attention to Latin America and the Caribbean. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Jan. 16, 2014: Conservative group, The Heritage Foundation, has some New Year advice for the Obama administration – don’t continue to take the Caribbean and Latin America for granted. Ana Quintana and James M. Roberts, in ...

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