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`Obama`s `White Speech` To The NAACP `

Commentary By Arthur Piccolo CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. July 20, 2009: Maybe the easiest way to summarize President Obama`s speech in New York City to the NAACP on its 100th anniversary is this: with very little if any change to the text he could have just as easily given that same speech to ringing applause at a Rotary Club ...

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Guyanese In Alleged Ponzi Scheme Gets Attorney

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 17, 2009: A 66-year-old Guyanese man, accused of bilking investors out of millions of dollars in an alleged Ponzi scheme, was this week given an attorney by a judge hearing the case. Neville Solomon, 66, of Georgetown, Guyana, has been charged with wire fraud and conspiracy to defraud the United States among other charges. ...

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Bermuda Looks To Improve Business Operations

CaribWorldNews, HAMILTON, Bermuda, Fri. July 17, 2009: With U.S. pressure building on countries dependent on tax havens, the British-dependent territory of Bermuda, recently took a better aim at improving the operations of businesses on the island.  The Bermuda House of Assembly recently passed six bills: The Companies Act Amendment Bill 2009; The Partnership Amendment Bill 2009; The Exempted Partnerships Amendment ...

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`No Excuses` Says Obama In NAACP Address

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 17, 2009: America`s first black President made his first address as head of state to the nation`s oldest black organization on Thursday and insisted there can be `no excuse` for failure by blacks. Sounding like a black church minister at times, President Barack Obama, insisted that black parents must accept responsibilities of parenting and ...

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Jamaican Woman Facing Deportation Claims She`s Gay

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, UK, Fri. July 17, 2009: A Jamaican national, facing deportation back to her homeland following time served on a drug charge, now claims she is gay and will face persecution if sent back to Jamaica. The woman, whose name has not been released for legal reasons, was convicted in 2005 of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and ...

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Criminal Deportees To Caribbean Tops 50 Thousand Mark In Decade

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. July 17, 2009: Over 50,000 convicted Caribbean-born criminals, who have called the U.S. home for many years, have been shipped back to the Caribbean in the past decade under tough U.S. immigration laws, a CaribWorldNews analysis of new Department of Homeland Security data reveals. The number of criminal deportees sent back to the Caribbean between the ...

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Caribbean Governments Must Step Up

Commentary By Christopher Chaplin CaribPR Newswire, PHILADELPHIA, PA, Weds. July 15, 2009: It is now time for Caribbean governments to get directly involved in at least one area of U.S. domestic policy. Every 10 years, the United States embarks on the process of counting every person in the country. The US Census is mandated by the Constitution and the next ...

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Vincentian Born, OAS Employee Laid To Rest

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. July 17, 2009: A long-serving St. Vincent-born employee of the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C, last laid to rest following a funeral service that included colleagues, staff members of the O.A.S, ambassadors, members of her faith community and members of the Vincentian and Caribbean communities. Molica Alicia Hurley, nee Kydd-Hazell, was employed at the ...

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Sir Allen`s Victims Appeal To Obama For Help

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. July 16, 2009: The many victims of the alleged ponzi scheme, perpetrated by U.S.-born, Antigua-resident, Sir R. Allen Stanford, are now appealing to President Barack Obama for help. Stanford Victims Coalition members this week ran a full-page, open letter ad in the D.C.-edition of the Wall Street Journal, urging Obama to find a way to help ...

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NY Institute Condemns Arrest Of Prominent Guyanese

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. July 16, 2009:  The New York- based Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy on Wednesday harshly condemned the July 15th arrest of three prominent Guyanese in Guyana. Lincoln Lewis, General Secretary of the Caribbean Congress of Labor; Norris Witter, General Secretary of the Guyana Trades Union Congress as well as journalist and former political, Mark Benschop, ...

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