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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 ...Experts urge Haiti to act on climate change threatYahoo NewsClimate ch
 
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High tech on the high seas: Royal Caribbean unveils 'World's First SmartShip' - Fox News
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Fox NewsHigh tech on the high seas: Royal Caribbean unveils 'World's First SmartShip'Fox NewsFrom cocktail-mixing robots to dancing entertainment screens to high-tech wristbands and apps that put everything at passengers' fingertips, Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas is being billed as “The World's First Smartship.” Its technology – some ...Royal Caribbean offers
 
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In Haiti, An 'American Idol'-Style Contest About Child Slavery - NPR (blog)
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NPR (blog)In Haiti, An 'American Idol'-Style Contest About Child SlaveryNPR (blog)Haiti's got talent. Tamarre Joseph paces the stage, her sleek, short blue dress hugging her pencil-thin frame. She works the hometown crowd, rapping "Nap rive peyi san restavek." The thousands in the packed stadium jump and sing along. An entire ...and more »
 
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Kenner man mired in Caribbean assassination intrigue - The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
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Kenner man mired in Caribbean assassination intrigueThe Times-Picayune - NOLA.comAuthorities in Curacao want a man who has been living in Kenner to return to the tiny Caribbean island to face charges in a murder-for-hire plot with ties to the assassination of minister of parliament. But his defense attorney says Kenneth Godwin ...
 
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Feds list 5 Caribbean coral species as threatened - The News-Press
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NBCNews.comFeds list 5 Caribbean coral species as threatenedThe News-PressAmong the coral species that spawned while I was diving with researchers from the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Mote Marine Laboratory and University of Florida in August 2006 and 2007 was mountainous star coral, one of five Caribbean coral ...20 Corals Added to Endangered Species ListLiveScience.comall 142 ne
 
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Hurricane Cristobal Kills 5 in the Caribbean, Moves North - The Weather Channel
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NBCNews.comHurricane Cristobal Kills 5 in the Caribbean, Moves NorthThe Weather ChannelHurricane Cristobal pulled away from the Bahamas archipelago on Tuesday after dumping heavy rain across the Atlantic and Caribbean islands over the weekend and leaving at least five people dead. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said the ...Cristobal Strengthens Into A Hurricane, Kills Four People In H
 
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Institute of Jamaica mourns former Maroon chief - Jamaica Gleaner
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Jamaica GleanerInstitute of Jamaica mourns former Maroon chiefJamaica GleanerTHE AFRICAN Caribbean Institute of Jamaica/Jamaica Memory Bank, a division of the Institute of Jamaica, has said it is saddened by the passing of Colonel Sydney Peddie, former leader of the Accompong Town Maroons. According to a release from the ...
 
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The Caribbean - The Economist
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The CaribbeanThe EconomistScepticism about jury trials is shared in some other parts of the English-speaking Caribbean (though not in Jamaica, its most-populous country). In 2011 Belize abolished juries for murder cases and some other trials. The prime minister, Dean Barrow ...
 
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Caribbean cuisine is becoming increasingly popular in the UK ... and there's ... - The Independent
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The IndependentCaribbean cuisine is becoming increasingly popular in the UK ... and there's ...The IndependentIn search of the perfect jerk food while trying to avoid the braying tourist crowds of Jamaica's Negril resort, we took the advice of a local taxi driver and wound up at an obscure beach shack, standing in front of a cooking device that would have sent ...
 
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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 ...and more »
 
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