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Small changes mark Royal Caribbean's latest megaship - USA TODAY
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USA TODAYSmall changes mark Royal Caribbean's latest megashipUSA TODAYABOARD ANTHEM OF THE SEAS -- Are you a big fan of Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas? You just might like sister ship Anthem of the Seas even more. Scheduled to be christened on Monday in Southampton, UK, the 4,180-passenger vessel is ...How Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd Plans to Get US and European Cruisers to ...
 
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'Just Got Paid' Singer Found Dead In Jamaica - NPR
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Jamaica Observer'Just Got Paid' Singer Found Dead In JamaicaNPRBahamian R&B singer Johnny Kemp has died in Jamaica. Police say the 55-year-old was found floating at a beach in Montego Bay on Thursday morning. It hasn't yet been determined how he died. Kemp was nominated for a Grammy in 1989 for "Just Got ...The Bahamian ConnectionJamaica Observerall 4 news articles &
 
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Haiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From Donors - Forbes
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ForbesHaiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From DonorsForbesToday, Cote d'Ivoire which suffered from civil conflict as recently as 2011, has a GDP per capita of $1,529, and Jamaica, another Caribbean country that has suffered from political violence, sits at $9,000. Haiti, though, remains at a GDP per capita of ...
 
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French Customs Officials Seize Record Cocaine Haul in Caribbean - TIME
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TIMEFrench Customs Officials Seize Record Cocaine Haul in CaribbeanTIMEFrance's Finance Ministry said the Wednesday raid took place 125 miles off the coast of the French Caribbean island and led to the arrest of three people, one Venezuelan and two Spanish citizens. Officials from Britain and Spain also participated in ...Cocaine seizure tops two tons in the CaribbeanNBC2 NewsTwo tons of cocai
 
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Child rapist who fled to Jamaica sentenced to 5 years, report says - NJ.com
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NJ.comChild rapist who fled to Jamaica sentenced to 5 years, report saysNJ.comHe was working as a technician in Kingston, Jamaica under a false name until February when he was arrested and extradited back to the United States, the newspaper reported. Justin Zaremba may be reached at jzaremba@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him ...and more »
 
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10 Caribbean Islands You Can Fly to For Less - Huffington Post
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Huffington Post10 Caribbean Islands You Can Fly to For LessHuffington PostJamaica's busiest airport serves the city of Kingston and is a hub for Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines, handling over 130 international flights each week. American cities served ... harbors in the region. 1. Toussaint Louverture International ...
 
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CARIBBEAT: Caribbean track and field stars, fans and firms are set for the ... - New York Daily News
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Standard BulletinCARIBBEAT: Caribbean track and field stars, fans and firms are set for the ...New York Daily NewsThis group of youngsters and Caribbean athletes from other nations has been assisted for the past 20 years by the New York-based Team Jamaica Bickle organization, which aids in obtaining accommodations and transportation and provides familiar ...caribbean currents 041915The Philad
 
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From Saugus to Haiti to serve - Daily Item
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Daily ItemFrom Saugus to Haiti to serveDaily ItemBut for two Saugus sisters — sophomore Hannah and junior Sabrina Khafif — at Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS) in Everett, it means something different. They're off to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, this week for a four-day service mission as part of ...
 
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Hospitality sector investment growing - Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)
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Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)Hospitality sector investment growingJamaica Gleaner (subscription)"These rooms will allow us to enjoy significant growth in our room stock and when they come on stream, will result in Jamaica being able to experience another era of sustained success in our sector," McNeill said as he opened the annual Sectoral Debate ...and more »
 
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Elections loom: Haiti's year of living dangerously - Yahoo News
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Yahoo NewsElections loom: Haiti's year of living dangerouslyYahoo NewsBy the end of the year, the impoverished Caribbean republic ought to have a newly elected president, parliament and local municipal governments -- a test for any developing nation. Haitians have not been able to vote in an election since popular singer ...and more »
 
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