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Antigua Seeks Compromise in WTO Online Gambling Dispute – Flushdraw

Antigua Seeks Compromise in WTO Online Gambling DisputeFlushdrawThe 11-year World Trade Organization battle waged by the Caribbean island nation of Antigua and Barbuda against the United States has surfaced again, with news reports indicating that the ... Continue reading →

PR News

Major Trinidad and Tobago Investment Conference For New York

Share CaribPR Wire, Mon. Sept. 15, 2014: Why do multinational companies choose Trinidad and Tobago?; What is Trinidad and Tobago doing to attract FDI outside of a thriving energy sector?; What is the future of US / Trinidad and Tobago … Continue reading →

Major Trinidad and Tobago Investment Conference For New York

Share CaribPR Wire, Mon. Sept. 15, 2014: Why do multinational companies choose Trinidad and Tobago?; What is Trinidad and Tobago doing to attract FDI outside of a thriving energy sector?; What is the future of US / Trinidad and Tobago … Continue reading →

Major Trinidad and Tobago Investment Conference For New York

Share CaribPR Wire, Mon. Sept. 15, 2014: Why do multinational companies choose Trinidad and Tobago?; What is Trinidad and Tobago doing to attract FDI outside of a thriving energy sector?; What is the future of US / Trinidad and Tobago … Continue reading →

Entertainment

London designers look to botany, nature for inspiration

Share Tweet By Li-mei Hoang LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s established designers took to the stage on the fourth day of London Fashion Week on Monday to showcase their latest collections featuring tulle dresses, sequined tops and sheer floor length gowns. … Continue reading →

Business

NEW YORK, NY – US stocks are closing mostly lower as investors wait for the … – Castanet.net

Castanet.netNEW YORK, NY - US stocks are closing mostly lower as investors wait for the ...Castanet.netTORONTO - The Toronto stock market closed lower as mining stocks fell alongside metal prices in the wake of weak industrial data from China. The reso... Continue reading →

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Sports

West Indies Women Cricketers Trash New Zealand

Share Tweet Windies right hander Deandra Dottin. The Windies women celebrate on Sept. 14, 2014. News Americas, BASSETERRE, ST KITTS, Mon. Sept. 14, 2014:  The West Indies Women’s Cricket team is doing the Caribbean region proud, shining brightly in their … Continue reading →

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Caribbean News

Cocaine Inside Computer Bag At JFK

Share Tweet The seized laptop bag with the cocaine. (US CBP image) News Americas, JAMAICA, N.Y., Mon. Sept. 15, 2014: Over three pounds of cocaine with an approximate street value of  US$55,000 was recently founded in the computer bag of … Continue reading

Markel Global Reinsurance adds Erik Manning, Jamie Welsby and John Duda to its team

Share Tweet RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Markel Corporation (NYSE: MKL) announced today that Dr. Erik Manning and  Jamie Welsby have been appointed Managing Directors of Markel Global Reinsurance (Markel Re), Markel Corporation’s reinsurance operating division. In addition, … Continue reading

WANTED! – On 13th Anniversary Of 9/11, A Man Carrying a Caribbean Passport Remains on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terror List

Share Tweet News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Sept. 11, 2014: It’s been exactly 13 years to the day since terrorists crashed two airliners into the World Trade Center twin towers in New York City, killing almost 3,000, including several … Continue reading

A Win & A Loss For Two Caribbean-American Lawmakers

Share Tweet New York State Senator John Sampson of Brooklyn, NY. News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Weds. Sept. 10, 2014: Guyanese-American New York State Senator John Sampson last night declared victory in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary challenge despite federal embezzlement charges but … Continue reading

Legal Woes But NY Caribbean American State Senators In Election Race Today

Share Tweet Senators John Sampson, l, and Malcolm Smith, r. News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Tues. Sept. 9, 2014: Both are facing legal woes but two New York-born, Caribbean-American state senators are looking past that and ahead, to maintaining their political … Continue reading

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