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Family Of Venezuela Born Marjory Stoneman Douglas Hero Student Needs Help

News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Tues. Mar. 13, 2018: Almost a month after he used his body as a shield to help save the lives of some 20 of his fellow students, a 15-year-old Venezuela-born, Marjory Stoneman Douglas hero student has had to endure another surgery while his family needs money to survive. Anthony Borges, who took five bullets in ...

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Avoiding The Hotel Horrors In South America And The Caribbean

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Mar. 12, 2018: Life is full of tricky decisions but one of the most pleasurable has to be choosing a hotel. There are all sorts of horror stories lurking on the web about hotels from hell and totally ruined vacations, so we thought we’d lend a helping hand to anyone currently trying to plan ...

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Get Ready For A New Premium Caribbean Sports Channel

News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Mon. Mar. 12, 2018: A new premium sports channel is launching in the Caribbean! Flow Sports 2, which goes live today, will be the home of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Commonwealth Games – both live sports properties that are only available to Flow. Flow Sports 2 will be exclusively available to TV customers ...

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Canada Warns About Travel To These Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Islands

By NAN Contributor News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Mon. Mar. 12, 2018: Almost six months after Hurricanes Irma and Maria slammed into several Caribbean countries, the Canadian government is warning its citizens about travel to two islands impacted by the horrific storms. An updated travel advisory by the Government of Canada as of Friday, March 9th, warns Canadians to exercise a ...

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US Claims Jet Ski Operators In This Caribbean Island Continue To Commit Sexual Assaults

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: The U.S. State Department is warning travelers going to the Caribbean islands of The Bahamas for Spring Break to be on the alert and to avoid jet ski operators. The U.S. State Department Bureau of Diplomatic Security on Thursday issued a security alert for Nassau. OSAC said “jet ...

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This Caribbean City Is The 17th Most Violent In The World

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, MIAMI, Fl, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: One Caribbean city has earned the gloomy distinction of being among the 16 most violent cities in the world. Kingston, Jamaica has been ranked as the 16th Most Violent City in the World based on crime data from 2017, analyzed by the Citizen Council for Public Safety and ...

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Guess Where The 10 Most Violent Cities In The World Are Located?

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, MIAMI, Fl, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: The list of most violent cities in the world is out and according to analysts at the Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice, most are in Latin America. Here are the Top 10: 1       Los Cabos, Mexico 2       Caracas, Venezuela 3       Acapulco, Mexico 4       Native, Brazil ...

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Caribbean Entertainment: This Caribbean Star Walks Away With $100,000 In Profit

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: A Caribbean star keeps on raking in the dough, walking away with a profit from a recent real estate deal of USD 100,000. Barbados-born star Rihanna made the profit after finally selling her plush West Hollywood mansion for the $2.85 million asking price, five months after it ...

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Caribbean Entertainment: Trinidad Born Actress Returns In AMC Series

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: Trinidad-born actress, Lorraine Toussaint, is set to return in an AMC series. Toussaint, 57, returns to Badlands Season 3, which blends an apocalyptic setting with mystical martial-arts tropes. Into the Badlands Season 3 will arrive on Sunday, April 22nd at 10 p.m., with a larger order of ...

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Caribbean Sports: This Country Is Sending Over 150 Athletes To A Sporting Event

By NAN Sports Editor  News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 9, 2018: A Caribbean country is sending over 150 athletes to a sporting event next month. According to Garth Gayle, General Secretary of the Jamaica Athletic Administrative Association, the country will send 151 athletes in 15 disciplines to next month’s Commonwealth Games. The Games are being held on Australia’s ...

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