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Jamaican food chain Golden Krust sues rival over name
Jamaican food chain Golden Krust sues rival over name

The owners of the popular Golden Krust food chain in the US have filed a lawsuit to stop a rival Jamaican food company

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St. Lucia: Fire fighters peeved at action taken against striking member
St. Lucia: Fire fighters peeved at action taken against striking member

Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony defended his government's decision not to interfere in the ongoing industrial dispute involving fire-fighters.

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Suriname: Attorneys seek legal documents from US court
Suriname: Attorneys seek legal documents from US court

The extradition hearing of a Surinamese national charged in the United States with Dino Bouterse, the son of Suriname's President Desi Bouterse

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Obama, Ferguson County and Racism
Obama, Ferguson County and Racism

By Basil Wilson - Ferguson County marks a new stage in the struggle against racism.

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To Be Equal
: The Lessons of Ferguson, Part I: Economic Inequality
To Be Equal
: The Lessons of Ferguson, Part I: Economic Inequality

By Marc H. Morial
 - "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Endorsements: Democratic Primaries
Endorsements: Democratic Primaries

It was a simple and eloquent plea that more than half a century after it was first articulated, the words still ring rings in our ears and remain stenciled on the mental sheets of succeeding generations.

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Miss World and Miss Universe Chosen on Paradise Island
Miss World and Miss Universe Chosen on Paradise Island

By Walter Greene - At two glitzy beauty pageants held back to to back in the grand ballroom of Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, the island's top Queens were chosen

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Thirteen Year Old Wins Fashion Face of the Bahmas
Thirteen Year Old Wins Fashion Face of the Bahmas

by Walter Greene - 13 year-old ANGEL CULMER, one of the youngest of 17 contestants for the 'Fashion Face of The Bahamas' model search competition won the title.

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Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay Jamaica
Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay Jamaica

American R&B artist Jason Derulo delivered an entertaining set during his debut performance at the 22nd staging of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) sponsored Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay

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VP Records Reggae Gold 2014
VP Records Reggae Gold 2014

Every summer, the world's number one Caribbean music compilation Reggae Gold brings the genre's top hits into one must-have collection for the masses.

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Who Polices the Police
Who Polices the Police

By Basil Wilson - Essentially, the fragile social order in Ferguson County, Missouri, has collapsed.

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Unjustified Police Murder in Ferguson, Mo.
Unjustified Police Murder in Ferguson, Mo.

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., NNPA Columnist - The more things change, the more they stay the same. Once again, there is a Black American family and community in deep sorrow, agony and tears...

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Editorial: Harlem's latest Renaissance fueled by vision and energy of Harlem Week

The curtain is scheduled to come down on Harlem Week 2014, a multiple dimensional showcase of the most exciting and dynamic cultural, economic and social facets of life in what is often called America's Black capital.

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Antigua: Former AG says awards by former governor general were
Antigua: Former AG says awards by former governor general were "bad in law

Former attorney general Justin Simon says the decision by former governor general Dame Louise Lake Tack to bestow knighthoods and other national awards on several people was "bad in law".

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Caribbean immigrant children may be placed on fast track to be deported
Caribbean immigrant children may be placed on fast track to be deported

by Tony Best - Obama Administration speeds up deportation proceedings

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Buju Banton's legal team to present arguments in bid for new trial
Buju Banton's legal team to present arguments in bid for new trial

Banton has been granted approval by a U.S. appeals court to make oral arguments in a bid for a new trial

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Death of  Eric Garner: Thousands march  peacefully through Staten Island
Death of Eric Garner: Thousands march peacefully through Staten Island

Organized by The Rev. Al Sharpton and his organization, National Action Network (NAN), thousands marched peacefully through Staten Island to protest the killing of Eric Garner

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Jamaica: Help for schools in drought stricken areas
Jamaica: Help for schools in drought stricken areas

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has instructed that action be taken to help schools cope as the dry spell continues to affect the country.

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National and international attention focuses on need for calm in Ferguson
National and international attention focuses on need for calm in Ferguson

By Tony Best - Against a backdrop of continued violence in Ferguson, tear gas floating in the town's air, a presidential appeal for calm and complaints about a virtual all-white militarized police force.

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Miss World and Miss Universe Chosen on Paradise Island
Miss World and Miss Universe Chosen on Paradise Island

By Walter Greene - At two glitzy beauty pageants held back to to back in the grand ballroom of Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas, the island's top Queens were chosen

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Cricket: Roach, Narine wreck Bangladesh
Cricket: Roach, Narine wreck Bangladesh

West Indies' bowlers came up with a clinical performance to guide their team to a huge 177-run win in the second ODI against Bangladesh and seal the three-match series 2-0.

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Emancipation Day Message 2014 by Prime Minister the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller
Emancipation Day Message 2014 by Prime Minister the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller
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CARICOM reiterates call for peaceful solution to Gaza conflict
CARICOM reiterates call for peaceful solution to Gaza conflict

 The 15-member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) grouping  reiterated its call for a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza calling for a peaceful resolution of the conflict that has left hundreds of people dead.

 

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LIAT defends operations record
LIAT defends operations record

 

The regional airline, LIAT, has defended its record of operations saying that its flight cancellations were low as compared to the existing situation in the global airline industry.

 

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St. Lucia PM says island pressured about same sex marriages
St. Lucia PM says island pressured about same sex marriages

 St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says the island is being pressured into accepting same-sex marriages in a bid to further develop its tourism industry.

 

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