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Caribbean-American clout through an accurate count - New York Daily News
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New York Daily NewsCaribbean-American clout through an accurate countNew York Daily NewsJust before the huge West Indian American Day Carnival Parade, the nation's most visible symbol of Caribbean-American power, News Americas Now.com publisher. Felicia Persaud will air some significant progress toward an accSeeking to gauge ...
 
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Kaci Fennell is Miss Universe Jamaica 2014 - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica GleanerKaci Fennell is Miss Universe Jamaica 2014Jamaica ObserverKACI Fennell won the Hyundai Miss Universe Jamaica 2014 title on Saturday at the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium, Jamaica College in St Andrew. A popular winner, the 21-year-old Mico University College student was selected over 18 other competitors.Queen FennellJamaica Gleanerall 2 news articles »
 
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Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Sails Closer to Australia Shoot - Hollywood Reporter
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Hollywood ReporterPirates of the Caribbean 5 Sails Closer to Australia ShootHollywood ReporterDisney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is edging closer to production in Australia, after the government there approved a $20.2 million incentives package on Monday. Up until the announcement, there was still some mystery as to what ...'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' Relea
 
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Experts seek to save Haiti's archaeological sites (Update) - Phys.Org
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Experts seek to save Haiti's archaeological sites (Update)Phys.Org"They are very significant sites. It tells a very deep history not only of Haiti but the entire Caribbean," said Dan Rogers, an archaeology curator with the Smithsonian Institution who spoke Sunday by phone as he traveled to Fort Liberte. Rogers is ...and more »
 
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Caribbean cuisine is more than just jerk chicken - Irish Independent
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Irish IndependentCaribbean cuisine is more than just jerk chickenIrish IndependentCaribbean cuisine is a blend of African, Amerindian, European, East Indian, Arab and Chinese influences. While each island will have its particularities, most restaurateurs say that some 80 per cent of all Caribbean cooking is centred on Jamaica – its ...Philadelphia joins US Jerk Festival craze on September 7Jamai
 
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Haiti's Visitation Hospital event honors Ed Johnston - The Tennessean
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Haiti's Visitation Hospital event honors Ed JohnstonThe Tennessean“After brainstorming with students about ways to give back and help others, Ed decided to arrange a mission trip to Haiti with his students at Father Ryan High School, and traveled there each year for four consecutive years from 1969 to 1973,” said ...
 
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Jamaica Agriculture Minister Dies in Florida - ABC News
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Jamaica Agriculture Minister Dies in FloridaABC NewsRoger Clarke, a Jamaican government minister whose affable personality often bridged the Caribbean island's deep political divide, died Thursday in Florida. He was 74. The Jamaican prime minister's office said Clarke experienced chest pains Thursday ...
 
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Climate change's souring effects on Haiti crops - MiamiHerald.com
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MiamiHerald.comClimate change's souring effects on Haiti cropsMiamiHerald.comThe humanitarian arm of the Catholic Church commissioned the study by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture to help its work with coffee and mango growers in southern Haiti. But after seeing how climatic changes could reduce suitable ...Haiti urged to protect coffee, mango crops from climate change effects
 
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Scottish archive inspires writers from Caribbean - Herald Scotland
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Scottish archive inspires writers from CaribbeanHerald ScotlandTwo leading writers from the Caribbean, Lisa Allen Agostini from Trinidad and Diana McCaulay from Jamaica, have been researching Scotland's links to the islands at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow for the last three weeks as part of the Trading Tales ...
 
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Police report shootout in Jamaica capital - Yahoo News
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Police report shootout in Jamaica capitalYahoo NewsKINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Jamaican police say a pair of gunmen engaged in a shootout with officers after injuring a group of people in a downtown area of the Caribbean island's capital. The Jamaica Constabulary Force said Sunday that two gunmen ...and more »
 
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