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Honduras President Manuel Zelaya Ousted in Military Coup

Supporters of Manuel Zelaya protest. photo:Orlando sierra getty imageThe President of Honduras was ousted in a military coup yesterday when troops arrested him in his pyjamas and…

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Sarkozy Offers Autonomy Vote For Martinique

France's President Nicolas SarkozyPresident Nicolas Sarkozy offered Friday to hold a referendum on autonomy for the island of Martinique, one…

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GM Plans Monday Bankruptcy

GMGeneral Motors, the nation's largest automaker and for decades an icon of American manufacturing, stood…

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Cuba Must 'Unconditionally' Free Political Prisoners

ObamaPresident Barack Obama called on Cuba’s government to “unconditionally” release all of its political…

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Several Caribbean Countries Slammed For Rights Violation

Police brutalityNine Caribbean nations have made the 2009 Amnesty International report because of their poor human rights…

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Crime in the Caribbean: A Major Concern Says OAS

 Albert Ramdin (speaking) Photo by Erasmus WilliamsAssistant Secretary General of the Organisation of American States (OAS), His Excellency Albert Ramdin has…

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Caribbean States Assail US Over Deportations

Eric HolderBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (Reuters) -- The United States should review its policy on deporting West Indian…

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Antigua and Barbuda will Join ALBA Bloc

Hugo ChavezVenezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced that Ecuador, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Antigua and…

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Haitian Among New York Jihad Suspects

Riverdale TempleA Haitian national accused in a New York terror plot suffered from paranoia, a leader at a Newburgh mosque…

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Japan Warns that North Korea May Fire Missile at U.S. on Independence Day

North Korean leaderNorth Korea may launch a long-range ballistic missile towards Hawaii on American Independence Day, according…

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Gambling Winnings Are Taxable Income

Sport gamblingMarch Madness is in the air. That means that in addition to watching televised National Collegiate Athletic…

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White House Cans Meetings On Immigration

White houseDespite much talk in recent months of comprehensive immigration reform, President Barack Obama and the White…

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Obama Tries To Ease Concerns Over Guantanamo

 GuantanamoPresident Barack Obama sought on Thursday to quell a domestic backlash against his efforts to close the…

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Several Caribbean Nationals Honored By The Queen

Queen ElizabethMost of the Caribbean nations may have long attained independence from Britain but several Caribbean…

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US elected to UN Human Rights Council

ObamaNEW YORK - Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda the Hon. W. Baldwin Spencer has welcomed the United States'…

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No Hiding Place for Caribbean Tax Havens

Tax havensCaribbean tax havens want to be seen as part of a solution to the global financial crisis and refute…

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Obama To Unveil Most Aggressive Auto Fuel Standards

TrafficPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday will propose the most aggressive increase in U.S. auto fuel efficiency ever…

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Top French Legal Body Blocks Internet Piracy Law

Internet lockFrance's top legal authority Wednesday struck down a key provision of an Internet piracy law that would cut…

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IMF Approves US$3.4 Million Assistance for St. Kitts and Nevis

Hurricane OmarThe Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund May 15 approved a request for SDR 2.225 million (about…

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Shell Pays $15.5 mn to Settle Nigeria Deaths Lawsuit

ShellRoyal Dutch Shell has agreed to pay $15.5 million to settle a lawsuit accusing it of human rights abuses in…

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How Real Is The Pakistan Nuclear Risk?

Nuclear bombThe doomsday scenario of militants allied to al Qaeda gaining control of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal has only…

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Brazil Finds Bodies From Air France Crash

Air FranceBRAZIL'S air force has recovered bodies from an Air France jetliner that came down over the Atlantic on June…

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U.S. CPI, Production Data Point To Easing Recession

Recession salesWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices were unchanged in April from March and industrial output declined…

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Obama To Nominate Two U.S. Ambassadors To The Caribbean

Nicole A. AvantThe Obama administration on Thursday announced its intention to nominate two U.S. ambassadors to the…

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Soak The Bankers

dollarsIf you are a well-paid banker, today's top business stories in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times…

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Obama Calls for Alliances With Muslims

Obama in CairoPresident Obama pledged on Thursday to “seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around …

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Queen To Attend Commonwealth Summit In Trinidad

Queen ElizabethPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Queen Elizabeth will be in Trinidad in November for the Commonwealth Heads of…

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Sailors 'spot Ddebris og The Missing Air France

Missing planeDebris floating on the Atlantic Ocean in the area where a missing Air France passenger jet is suspected of…

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Caribbean Americans - The Dismissed Minority

CarnivalThe comments are harsh and the reality like a cold water bath on an icy winter day. `We deal with diverse…

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