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Caribbean And Latin America News Round Up For Jan. 18, 2017

The Jamaica Bob Sled team is crowdfunding again – this time for a coach. (GoFundMe image) Compiled By NAN Staff Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Jan. 18, 2017: Here are the stories making news across the Caribbean, Latin America and its US Diaspora for today, Jan. 18, 2017: Jamaica The Jamaican bobsled team is back to fundraising in ...

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Renaissance At Shorelands Shines Bright At Real Estate Awards

The Renaissance at Shorelands is a luxury development in Trinidad comprising seventy-four private residences, penthouses and lifestyle amenities. News Americas, PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, Weds. Jan. 18, 2017:  The uncompromising luxury and unique contemporary design of the Renaissance at Shorelands have won recognition with two major awards. Renowned architects, Fullerton Diaz in Miami, recently won Architect of the ...

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Jamaica’s Environment Or Jamaica’s Economy – Why Is There A Choice?

By Dr. Lester C. Facey The Ward Post News  Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Jan. 18, 2017: Often, when I think of environmental affairs in Jamaica, I am inclined to examine the current state of affairs and the decisions that are made in the best interest of the people. Environmental decision making is a process that should be grounded in ...

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Jamaican Singer Jack Radics Kicking Off His 2017 ‘Watershed’ Tour In South Florida

Jamaican singer Jack Radics. ATLANTA, Jan. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ – Platinum selling Jamaican recording artist Jack Radics will take his Watershed Tour to South Florida for four performances only next month, on January 20, 21, 22 and 23,  2017. The tour will kick off on Friday January 20 at Da Real Ting Café in Jacksonville, Saturday January 21 at ...

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Caribbean And Latin America News Round Up For Jan. 17, 2017

Sean Kingston is back with a new song. Compiled By NAN Staff Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Jan. 17, 2017: Here are the stories making news across the Caribbean, Latin America and its US Diaspora for today, Jan. 17, 2017: US A 31-year-old U.S. resident has been extradited to the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba to face charges ...

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The Real Challenge Of Citizenship Programs

By David Jessop  News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. Jan. 17, 2017: A few days into the New Year, St Lucia’s Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, suggested that all five of the Eastern Caribbean nations that sell Citizenship by Investment (CBI) should develop a joint approach through the OECS secretariat. His proposal, which is unlikely to be adopted, came amid a flurry ...

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The Biggest Liga MX Storylines In 2017

Jonathan Rodriguez of Santos Laguna (L) jumps to kick the ball during the 2nd round match between Santos Laguna and Veracruz as part of the Torneo Clausura 2017 Liga MX at Corona Stadium on January 15, 2016 in Torreon, Mexico. (Photo by Saul Gonzalez/LatinContent/Getty Images)  By Jason Gordon NAN Sports Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Jan. 17, 2017:  ...

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A Call To Responsible Action – Response To Dominica’s CBI Program

By Gabriel J. Christian, Esq. The Ward Post News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Jan. 17, 2017:  On January 1, 2017, CBS 60 Minutes aired a program which reviewed the sale of passports (now referred to as “Citizenship by Investment” or CBI) by several Caribbean islands, to include Dominica. With regard to Dominica the report also featured the fact that ...

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St. Lucia’s Finance Minister: 400 Horses, 800 Persons Employed

By Melanius Alphonse News Americas, CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Tues. Jan. 17, 2017: Prime minister and minister for finance Allen Chastanet made mention at his press conference recently that 400 horses will be part of the initial phase of DSH Caribbean Star Limited racecourse on the island and that two persons will be employed to attend to each horse. He also ...

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Caribbean And Latin America News Round Up For Monday Jan. 16, 2017

Haitian singer Wyclef Jean has penned an open letter thanking President Obama. Compiled By NAN Staff Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Jan. 18, 2017: Here are the stories making news across the Caribbean, Latin America and its US Diaspora for today, Jan. 18, 2017: JAMAICA Jamaican police have identified three of the six alleged gunmen who were shot ...

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