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Bahamian North Pole Explorers To Return To Nassau Today

Share Tweet Mark Roberts and Shaune Adderley News Americas, NASSAU, Bahamas, Thurs. April 23, 2015: Two Bahamas explorers who made history by becoming the first Bahamians to ever journey to the North Pole are set to return to Nassau today. Mark Roberts and Shaune Adderley last night were booked on a flight to London after leaving Barneo, a private Russian temporary ...

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ISIS-Bound Jamaican Teen Freed

Share Tweet   Isis fighters have been luring sympathizers globally even as Iran’s militia this week pledged to stamp down on the terror group. News Americas, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. April 23, 2015: A 16-year-old Jamaican boy who was sent back to his homeland after being detained in Suriname earlier this month over claims that he was travelling to Turkey to ...

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NYS Governor Returns To US After Historic Cuba Visit

Share Tweet NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo met with Cuba’s First vice President Miguel Diaz Canel News Americas, HAVANA, Cuba, Weds. April 22, 2015: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Governor Cuomo and members of the NYS Trade Mission yesterday returned to the US after a historic 25-hour trade mission to Cuba. Cuomo said he believes his visit, the first by a sitting ...

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Dominican Republic Migrants Nabbed

Share Tweet News Americas, SAN JUAN, PR, Weds. April 22, 2015:  Seven undocumented migrants from the Dominican Republic are currently in US immigration custody after landing on board a makeshift wooden vessel, off the northwestern coast of Puerto Rico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol Agents and Puerto Rico Police Department Officers arrested the 7 after receiving a ...

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Mexico-Born Sex Offender Iced

Share Tweet News Americas, CALEXICO, CA, Weds. April 22, 2015: A 29-year-old Mexican-born man is now being processed for ‘re-entry after removal’ as a convicted sex offender. Luis Manuel Picaso Sandoval was arrested Monday near Calexico West Port of Entry in California.  Border Patrol agents apprehended the previously deported man approximately one-half of a mile east of the port where he ...

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Guyanese Busted With Cocaine In Girdle At JFK

Share Tweet Cocaine was found in the girdle and underwear of a Guyanese passenger arriving at JFK Airport.   News Americas, JAMAICA, N.Y., Tues. April 21, 2015:  A Guyanese national now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges after being busted at the JFK Airport in New York for carrying cocaine within her girdle and underwear. Olive Fowler, according to the U.S. ...

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Bahamians Journey To The North Pole

Share Tweet Mark Roberts and Shaune Adderley with their crew at the North Pole (Face Book image) Mark Roberts and Shaune Adderley at the North Pole (Face Book image) News Americas, NASSAU, Bahamas, Tues. April 21, 2015: Two Bahamians have made the history by becoming the first Bahamians to ever journey to the North Pole. Now they are trying to ...

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Jimmy Carter To Observer Guyana Elections

Share Tweet Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter News Americas, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mon. April 20, 2015: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and officials from The Carter Center are set to be in Guyana as observers for the May 11 elections. The Carter Center in a statement said the organization is observing the elections at the invitation of the government of Guyana. ...

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Obama’s Other Caribbean Diplomatic Opportunity – A NAN Exclusive

Share Tweet   Acclaimed Play on Alexander Hamilton’s life and death. By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 17, 2015: Alexander Hamilton might get another distinct honor this summer along with his extraordinarily popular play opening on Broadway but first … Let me set the stage for today’s story logically with Cuba. Yes, it was good to ...

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UN Wants Investigation Into Death Of Chilean Peacekeeper

Share Tweet News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. April 6, 2015: The United Nations is urging a swift investigation into the shooting death of a Chilean peacekeeper in Haiti. The Chilean soldier of the UN Mission for Stabilization in Haiti (MINUSTAH), Second Sergeant Rodrigo Andres Sanhueza Soto died after fatal injuries from a gunshot wound he received on Monday when ...

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