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Haiti President Lays Out 2018 Agenda

Haitian President Jovenel Moise. (Photo credit: HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Jan. 12, 2018: Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse opened the 2018 legislative year Monday with an address to the country’s National Assembly that laid out his 2018 agenda. Moïse told MP’s that his focus this year is on investment, strengthening and modernization of judicial institutions, public ...

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Caribbean Business – Learning Lessons For Tourism From 2017

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Jan. 12, 2018: No one involved in Caribbean tourism will easily forget 2017. It was the year in which Hurricanes Irma and Maria demonstrated not only climate change’s ability to negatively affect much of the Caribbean economy, but also made clear that tourism and its sustainability have become central to the region’s ...

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Caribbean Travel – Five Caribbean All-Inclusives For Singles

CHIC by Royalton Resorts News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Jan. 12, 2018: Traveling alone can be a very tough experience but here are five Caribbean all-inclusives where singles – alone or as a group – can relax, enjoy and mingle. According to Jetsetter magazine, they are: 1: CHIC by Royalton Resorts This Punta Cana, Dominican Republic-based all-inclusive is for adults ...

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Immigration – Chuck Schumer & Nancy Pelosi Must Take A Stance Or Get Out Of The Way

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Jan. 11, 2018: It’s now weeks before DACA runs out on over 800,000 Dreamers, who are not just students but teachers, nurses, administrative workers, military officers – all paying taxes and contributing to the economy of these United States. Yet come March 5th, they could all face deportation unless Democrats in ...

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Knowledge First Financial to Acquire Heritage Education Funds to Pursue a Shared Goal of Helping Families Maximize Their Education Savings

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Jan. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — On January 3, 2018 Knowledge First Financial announced the acquisition of Heritage Education Funds Inc. and Heritage Education Funds International, LLC to pursue a shared goal of helping families maximize their education savings. The companies will create the largest Education Savings Plan provider in Canada and select international markets with a ...

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Here’s Where A 7.6 Earthquake Struck In The Caribbean And Central America

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Jan. 11, 2018: A 7.6 earthquake struck the Caribbean Sea 27 miles off the eastern coast of Honduras Tuesday shortly before 10 p.m. No casualties or major damages were reported as a result of the earthquake. Here are the areas the quake struck in the Caribbean and Central America. 1: Savannah Bright, Honduras Time ...

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8 Things To Know About Judge Alsup’s DACA Ruling

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Jan. 11, 2018: San Francisco Judge William Alsup upset Donald Trump Tuesday by ruling that DACA, (the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) cannot be ended by the President right now. Here are 8 things you should know about the ruling: 1: Judge Alsup ruled in San Francisco’s 9th Circuit on Tuesday that the Obama-era ...

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Caribbean Travel – Is It Time To Reconsider The Value Of Cruise Tourism In The Caribbean?

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. Jan. 10, 2018: At the end of November, the Cuban government hosted an unusual meeting. At the meeting, the presidents of nine of the world’s leading cruise companies, plus significant figures from three others, met with Cuban ministers and senior officials in Havana. The meeting was in part to discuss how the ...

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Jamaican Roots Former US Ambassador To Receive UWI Award

Jamaican roots former US ambassador, Susan E. Rice, is set to be honored by the University of the West Indies in Toronto this April. News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Weds. Jan. 10, 2018: Jamaican roots former US ambassador, Susan E. Rice, is set to be honored by the University of the West Indies in Toronto this April. Rice, who served in ...

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Caribbean Travel – Canada Warns Against Travel To These Caribbean Islands

Post Hurricane Maria Dominica. News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Tues. Jan. 9, 2017: The hurricanes of 2017 may be months old already but the Canadian government is still warning its nationals to avoid “non-essential” travel to these five Caribbean nations. They are: 1: The British Virgin Islands Travelers are being warned to avoid travel to the British Virgin Islands because Hurricanes ...

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