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West Indies And India May Play In Florida In 2019

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: The West Indies cricket team seems set on playing more games in South Florida. ESPNcricinfo reports indicate the team could face India in Florida next July, immediately after the 2019 World Cup. The decision is reportedly part of a long-term strategy to play a minimum of two ...

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West Indies And India May Play In Florida In 2019

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: The West Indies cricket team seems set on playing more games in South Florida. ESPNcricinfo reports indicate the team could face India in Florida next July, immediately after the 2019 World Cup. The decision is reportedly part of a long-term strategy to play a minimum of two ...

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Guyana Leads CPL 2018 Table

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: The Guyana Amazon Warriors is at the top of the leader board as the 2018 Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T-20 cricket tourney continues. The Guyanese, with just one loss from four matches to date, are sitting pretty with 6 points. Last year’s champions, the Trinbago Knight Riders ...

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Will Usain Bolt Play In Mariners Game On August 31st?

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: While many are focused on Jamaican Olympian, Usain Bolt’s, training commencement with football club, Central Coast Mariners, the team is already teasing that he could soon in in action. This week, the Mariners said that Bolt “could be unleashed on Friday, August 31 against some of the ...

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Sentencing Again Postponed For Cayman Islands Football President

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: The sentencing for convicted Cayman Islands football president, Jeff Webb, has been postponed for a seventh time. The latest postponement comes after his attorneys wrote to the courts on Monday asking for a six-month delay. Webb was due to be sentenced on September 7th Webb pleaded guilty ...

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This Caribbean Roots Woman Is Running As A Republican For Congress

By NAN Contributor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: A Caribbean-roots, Florida woman is hoping to become the Republican nominee for Florida’s 7th Congressional district. Vennia Francois, whose parents immigrated from the Bahamas, is a first-time candidate who says she was inspired to run after the current Democratic incumbent, Rep. Stephanie Murphy, claimed a marginal victory over former ...

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Here’s Why Lenny Kravitz And Wyclef Jean Are Coming To New Jersey

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEARK, NJ, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: Lenny Kravitz’s roots stretch to the Caribbean. Wyclef Jean was born there. Both will come to New Jersey for a talk in the next few weeks! Kravitz and Jean will talk about their music at the intimate Victoria Theater at NJPAC in Newark, as part of a new ...

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11 Caribbean Countries Where Regular Gas Will Cost You Over USD 4 Per Gallon

By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: Gas prices for a gallon of regular gas in the US has been wavering just around or under $3 in most states but in 11 Caribbean nations, nationals have been forced to shell out over US $4 and as much as US$7.33 for a gallon of regular ...

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Caribbean Roots UK Lawmaker Clash With Home Secretary On Twitter

By NAN News Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 24, 2018: Caribbean-roots UK lawmaker, David Lammy, this week clashed with Home Secretary Sajid Javid over the Windrush scandal on Twitter. The twitter face-off came as Lammy, a former Labour minister, blamed the Windrush fiasco solely on the Tory government’s crackdown on illegal immigration even as new figures revealed ...

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Here’s How This British Chef Is Defending His Bizarre New ‘Punchy Jerk Rice’

By NAN Contributor News Americas, LONDON, England, Thurs. Aug. 23, 2018: There is no denying that “jerk” is a cooking style original to the Caribbean nation of Jamaica; and that it dates back to the Spanish colonizers, and later, to the Taino Indians and escaped African slaves, who had to preserve meat and cook it slowly over wood fire to ...

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