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Caribbean Community welcomes new Cuba-US relations - MiamiHerald.com
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MiamiHerald.comCaribbean Community welcomes new Cuba-US relationsMiamiHerald.com“We are deeply disturbed by the news that from the end of next year, European Union policy will deal a severe blow to Caribbean sugar-producing nations, such as Barbados, Belize, the Dominican Republic, Guyana and Jamaica,” Browne said. “The EU will ...Caribbean Heads of State Meet in the BahamasteleSUR Engl
 
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MBTA study chief in Jamaica - Boston Globe (subscription)
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Boston Globe (subscription)MBTA study chief in JamaicaBoston Globe (subscription)A Baker adviser said the governor was unaware that Barrett was planning to visit Jamaica when he announced last week that Barrett would chair a special panel designed to study the T's core functions. The announcement came after weeks of transit delays ...and more »
 
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Trouble in Paradise: Inside Canadian banks' billion-dollar Caribbean struggle - The Globe and Mail
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The Globe and MailTrouble in Paradise: Inside Canadian banks' billion-dollar Caribbean struggleThe Globe and MailShips leaving Canada packed with timber and flour returned home with sugar, rum and cotton. Scotiabank planted roots in the British West Indies, as they were then known, by opening a branch in Jamaica in 1889. RBC began its Caribbean foray even earlier ...and more »
 
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Historic new ganja laws in Jamaica for Rastafari religious use, MMJ program - The Cannabist
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CBC.caHistoric new ganja laws in Jamaica for Rastafari religious use, MMJ programThe CannabistPeter Bunting, the island's national security minister, said the legislation does not mean Jamaica plans to soften its stance on transnational drug trafficking or cultivation of illegal plots. Jamaica has long been considered the Caribbean's largest ...They legalized it! Jamaica decriminalizes mar
 
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Jamaica decriminalizes small amounts of 'ganja' - The State
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The StateJamaica decriminalizes small amounts of 'ganja'The StatePeter Bunting, the island's national security minister, said the legislation does not mean Jamaica plans to soften its stance on transnational drug trafficking or cultivation of illegal plots. Jamaica has long been considered the Caribbean's largest ...
 
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Jamaica: Legal Ganja Law Gets Go-Ahead - Sky News
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Jamaica: Legal Ganja Law Gets Go-AheadSky NewsJamaica: Legal Ganja Law Gets Go-Ahead. After decades of debate about the role of ganja in Jamaican society, new legislation allows citizens to grow up to five plants. 13:30, UK, Wednesday 25 February 2015. A demonstrator smokes marijuana during a ...
 
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Jamaica Marijuana Legalization: First Caribbean Country To Decriminalize Weed - International Business Times
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International Business TimesJamaica Marijuana Legalization: First Caribbean Country To Decriminalize WeedInternational Business TimesJamaica voted Tuesday night to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana, leading the region in softening penalties for pot possession and signaling an easing of decades of tension between the government and the Caribbean island's ...
 
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Jamaica decriminalises marijuana - The Guardian
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The GuardianJamaica decriminalises marijuanaThe GuardianWilliam Brownfield, the US assistant secretary for counter-narcotics affairs, said before the vote that “Jamaican law is of course Jamaica's own business and Jamaica's sovereign decision”. But he noted that the trafficking of marijuana into the US ...
 
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Child rapist on 'Most Wanted' list extradited back to N.J. from Jamaica - NJ.com
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NJ.comChild rapist on 'Most Wanted' list extradited back to N.J. from JamaicaNJ.comBERGEN COUNTY -- After nearly a decade on the lam, a child rapist listed as one of Bergen County's 10 most wanted fugitives was extradited from Jamaica on Tuesday morning to answer to his crimes, according to authorities. Homer Rhone Bishop, 41, fled ...and more »
 
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Jamaica Lawmakers Decriminalize Small Amounts of 'Ganja' - New York Times
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U.S. News & World ReportJamaica Lawmakers Decriminalize Small Amounts of 'Ganja'New York TimesPeter Bunting, the island's national security minister, said Jamaica has no plans to soften its stance on transnational drug trafficking or cultivation of illegal plots. Jamaica has long been considered the Caribbean's largest supplier of pot to the U ...Jamaica decriminalizes marijuana, a
 
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