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Barbados- RISING RACIAL STRAIN - By Bert Wilkinson

Barbados- RISING RACIAL STRAIN –

By Bert Wilkinson – Caribbean Life News  NYC

When it comes to political stability and general services, the Caribbean Community nation of… 637 more words

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Cricket legends call for WICB officials to resign

Cricket legends call for WICB officials to resign

By Azad Ali  April 26, 2016 / SportsCaribbean Life News

West Indies cricket legends are calling for the “immediate resignation” of the Dave Cameron-led West Indies Cricket Board, in line with the recommendations of the WICB / CARICOM Governance Review Panel. 318 more words

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Suriname - Hard Times Ahead - by Bert Wilkinson

Suriname – Hard Times Ahead –  by Bert Wilkinson

April 21, 2016 – Caribbean Life http://www.caribbeanlifenews.com/

A few years ago when international prices for oil and gold were high, the economy of Dutch-speaking Suriname was at its healthiest since the 1970s, with Central Bank foreign reserves topping $1B, foreign direct investment in bauxite and the hotel sectors peaked and hope for the future abounded. 107 more words

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Ten Caribbean Nations More Dangerous Than The U.S.

Ten Caribbean Nations More Dangerous Than The U.S.

Published on Apr 21 2016, News Americas Now

By NAN Staff Writer

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. 420 more words

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Cricket - Why Andre Russell rocks the 20-over format

Cricket: Why Andre Russell rocks the 20-over format

S RAJESH – ESPNcricinfo.com  – April 15, 2016

Andre Russell is one of only two allrounders – Dwayne Bravo is the other – to score 2000-plus runs and take 100-plus wickets in T20s  217 more words

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A NIGERIAN IN CANCUN - By Hubert Williams

A NIGERIAN  IN  CANCUN

CROSSING AN OCEAN – QUESTING  SUCCESS

– By  Hubert Williams

      Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, March 18, 2016 — Resplendent in an immaculate white uniform, with white-and-yellow cap, blue necktie, white belt and white shoes, this very dark-skinned Bellhop in a crowd of newly-arrived white guests was going about his functions with professional efficiency and speed, yet with the ease and grace of royalty. 95 more words

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Commentary: The View from Europe: The Panama connection - By David Jessop

Commentary: The View from Europe: The Panama connection

Published on April 9, 2016 – By David Jessop

A few days ago the leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, called on the British prime minister to consider taking direct control of Britain’s Caribbean overseas territories. 160 more words

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