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Guyanese Wins Review Of Deportation Order

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. July 28, 2010: A mentally ill, Guyanese man has won a review of his deportation order in Appeals Court. Ronald Soobrian petition for review of a final order of removal was recently granted by the United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit on July 23rd. The court ruled that the green card holder since 1974, who ...

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Trinidad And Tobago PM Marks Anniversary Of Coup

CaribWorldNews, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Weds. July 28, 2010: Trinidad and Tobago`s first female prime minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, yesterday helped marked the country`s 20th anniversary of the 1990 coup. Persad-Bissessar attended a annual church service to mark the anniversary at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Tuesday followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at parliament – the Red House – in remembrance of ...

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Funding Appeal Made For Mary Seacole Memorial Statue

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Weds. July 28, 2010: Chairman of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal, Lord Clive Soley of Hammersmith is appealing for donations to help fund a statue in honor of the famous Jamaican nurse. The funding target is £500,000 and the final approval of the design has been completed. Speaking at the House of Lords at a special ...

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LIME/CANA NETBALL: Volcanoes, Upsetters, Pitons, Lead Respective Divisions

CaribPR Wire, BROOKLYN, NY. Monday, July 26, 2010 — It is becoming a little bit clearer which clubs are playing the better ball as the 13th season of the LIME endorsed Caribbean American Netball Association tournament heads into the home stretch. Unfazed by the rain which forced the postponement of four matches on Sunday afternoon, Volcanoes4 (Juniors), Pitons3 (Intermediate), Upsetters2 ...

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Evidence Now Points To Trinidad-Born Mom In Fiery Murder-Suicide

CaribWorldNews, PORT RICHMOND, Staten Island, Tues. July 27, 2010: Medical evidence now seems to suggest that the Trinidad-born mom whose charred body was pulled from a Staten Island home along with her three other children, may have been responsible for the fiery murder-suicide last Thursday. The blame was initially pointed to 14-year-old C.J., who police initially believed had slashed the ...

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Guyanese Accused Terrorists Wanted To Kill Thousands – Prosecutors

CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Tues. July 27, 2010: Two Guyanese-born men accused in a plot to blow up fuel lines at New York`s John F. Kennedy International Airport wanted to kill thousands in the process to avenge U.S. oppression of Muslims, federal prosecutors said in their closing statement Monday. Assistant U.S. Attorney Zainab Ahmad accused the two, Russell Defreitas and Abdul ...

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Holloway Movie Coming in 2011

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. July 27, 2010: Look out for the Natalee Holloway movie. Producer and director Paul Ruven has made an English film on the case involving the as yet unsolved disappearance of the Alabama teenager who went missing in Aruba. Ruven says the film `Me and Mr Jones,` is about an undercover journalist who breaks into the ...

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Investigations Continue Into Shocking Staten Island `Murder/Suicide`

CaribWorldNews, STATEN ISLAND, New York, Mon. July 26, 2010: New York City investigators seeking to determine who was the exact perpetrator of a murder/suicide in Staten Island involving an immigrant family, will have to wait for the results of toxicology tests. A cause of death for Jamaican C. J. Jones  and his mother, Trinidad migrant Leisha Jones, whose charred bodies ...

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Dengue Fever Claims Lives In Trinidad And Tobago

CaribWorldNews, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Mon. July 26, 2010: Dengue fever has claimed the lives of three people in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago and left another 600 dead. Chief Medical Officer, Dr Anton Cumberbatch, said over the weekend that the country is also testing to see if the disease was responsible for two other deaths. But he urged ...

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Congressional Ethics Committee Charges `Friend Of The Caribbean`

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. July 23, 2010: Long-time New York Congressman and `Friend of the Caribbean, Congressman Charles Rangel, was yesterday slammed with charges by a House ethics sub-committee. The sub-committee on Standards Of Official Conduct on Thursday did not detail the charges against Rangel but said they will be debated at a rare public hearing of the ethics panel ...

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