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Caribbean Entertainment – Bob Marley’s Granddaughter Pursuing Electro-Pop Career

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. April 13, 2018: Bob Marley’s granddaughter is going against the family’s business of reggae and pursuing a music career in electro-pop. Zuri Marley, the daughter of Ziggy Marley, recently told V Magazine, that she is developing her own musical identity. She self-released her first single, ‘Beg For It,’ in November last ...

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Caribbean Sports – Caribbean Medal Count At Commonwealth Games Now Past Two Dozen

 By NAN Sports Editor  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 13, 2018: There are now two more days to go before the 2018 Commonwealth Games wrap up and so far the Caribbean region’s combined medal haul has moved up to a whopping 25. That includes 10 gold medals from the region’s stalwart athletes. Jamaica is holding a dominant lead for ...

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Caribbean Sports – Countdown Begins To Team Jamaica Bickle At The Penn Relays  

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 13, 2018: The countdown has begun for another straight year to Team Jamaica Bickle, (TJB), at the Penn Relays. The non-profit organization, founded by Jamaican immigrant, Irwine Clare, Dr., O.D., in 1994, is the leading organization in sports providing support services for Caribbean athletes who compete at the annual ...

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Trump’s America – Episode 65 – Trump & Comey Discombobulated

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 13, 2018: How about this? I finally found something nice to say … About President Donald Trump – he is discombobulated! And so is his nemesis from hell – James Comey. They deserve each other – Two Con Men. One is selling a worthless book, the other a worthless Presidency. ...

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Brazil’s Ex-President Lula Turns Himself In To Police

News Americas, RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Mon. April 9, 2018: Brazil’s ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva turned himself in to federal police on Saturday, after supporters initially tried to prevent him from handing himself over to the authorities. After supporters blocked his vehicle, Lula left the headquarters of the Metalworkers’ Union in Sao Bernardo do Campo of the Sao Paulo ...

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A Guide To Gambling In Latin America

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. April 12, 2018: We’ve seen a lot of global change in the first two decades of the 21st century, but one notable trend has been a huge boom in tourism in South and Central America. With vast unexplored areas, incredible cultures and of course some of the best beaches and landscapes on the planet, it’s ...

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ARIN Launches Caribbean Forum

CENTREVILLE, Va., April 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) will formally launch a special Caribbean Forum at upcoming ARIN 41 Meeting in Miami, Florida next week. “Over the past year, ARIN has created several new initiatives to encourage even more Caribbean participation in the community,” said John Curran, ARIN President and CEO. “We are already ...

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Caribbean Sports – Guess What The Caribbean Medal Total At The Commonwealth Games Is?

By NAN Sports Editor  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. April 12, 2018: There are still three more days to go for the 2018 Commonwealth Games but so far, the Caribbean region’s combined medal haul has pushed up to 18. That includes 6 gold medals from the region’s stalwart athletes. As is usual at athletics events on the world’s stage, ...

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GoFund Me Launched To Help Son Of Caribbean Immigrant Shot By Cops

News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Weds. April 11, 2018: A GoFundMe campaign has emerged on the fundraising platform which aims at helping the surviving teenage son of a mentally ill Caribbean-born immigrant shot to death by NYPD officers as millions around the country were celebrating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The campaign, launched by ...

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This Caribbean Immigrant Could Spend The Rest Of His Life In Prison

News Americas, NEWBURGH, N.Y., Tues. April 10, 2018: A Caribbean immigrant who was twice removed from the US, only to return again illegally, could now spend the rest of his life in federal prison. Jamaican national, Ronald Greenland, 55, was recently sentenced to 151 months in federal custody, with 100 months to run consecutively with his 40 year to life ...

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