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Trump’s America – Episode #146 – Con Men, Bad Men

By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: I am going to bring you my readers even deeper into the making of episodes of Trump’s America, or how sausage is made, or inside baseball done, etc. I am writing this particular episode of necessity because my deadline is just two hours away and I have not ...

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Caribbean Business And Finance Report

News Americas, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: Here are some of the top business and finance news making headlines across the Caribbean this week. Regional – Economic The Dominican Republic, the Caribbean’s biggest economy at just under $90 billion in annual GDP and 5 percent growth, is on track to finish the year with the most growth among the ...

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US Migration, Rights Policies Challenged Before The United Nations Human Rights Council

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: When one thinks of complaints to the United Nations Human Rights Council, (UNHRC) over human rights, one almost always assumes the accused nations are dictatorial regimes carrying out xenophobic agendas. Sadly in 2019, the label is being largely levelled at superpower, United States under the Donald Trump ...

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Guyana Master Drummer Up For Caribbean Impact Award

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: Guyana master drummer, African Caribbean cultural advocate, the king of Shanto music and herbalist, Menes de Griot, also known as Baba Mpho, is set to receive a 2019 Caribbean Impact Award from the Caribbean Life newspaper on November 14th in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Georgetown, Guyana to Urma Woseley and Guyanese ...

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The Caribbean Born Finishers Of The New York City Marathon

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: Over 200 Caribbean born runners completed the New York City Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019. Puerto Rico’s Jaime Julia, 34,of Richmond Hill, NY was the top finisher for the Caribbean, completing the 26.2 miles course in 2:23:04 to place 33rd out of over 53,513 runners. Jamaica’s ...

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Caribbean Business And Finance Report

News Americas, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Fri. Nov. 8, 2019: Here are some of the top business and finance news making headlines across the Caribbean this week. Regional – Economic The Dominican Republic, the Caribbean’s biggest economy at just under $90 billion in annual GDP and 5 percent growth, is on track to finish the year with the most growth among the ...

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A Latina’s Guide To Australia

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 7, 2019: Latinas love traveling and especially tourism destinations where they can get maximum pleasure. Under the term pleasure, we mean destinations that can give you both proper rest and adrenaline-increasing entertainment. Australia is a perfect destination to mix all kinds of traveling feelings. The country includes everything for you – beautiful landscape, ...

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This Caribbean PM Is Front And Center At China’s International Import Expo

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, THURS. Nov. 7, 2019: A top Caribbean prime minister was front and center at the China International Import Expo (CIIE), which opened in Shanghai, China on Nov. 5th. Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness was the lone regional leader present at the opening of the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE) at the National Exhibition and ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Guyana

Happy Thursday from the South American CARICOM nation of Guyana and Lake Mainstay in the Pomeroon-Supenaam Region, where the white sand is lapped by black water. You have to see it to believe it. ‘Destination Guyana’ won its 6th award for 2019 and was awarded Silver Place in ‘Best of Adventure’ from the International Travel & Tourism Awards for it ...

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La Linea Cartel Believed To Be Responsible For Massacre Of Americans

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 7, 2019: Mexican authorities said Wednesday they believe a drug cartel called “La Linea” was responsible for the murder of the three American women and six children. Eight other children managed to escape the attack and six of them were wounded. Mexican authorities said the massacre was committed with American-made ammunition. The head ...

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