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Barbados PM concerned at implications of Myrie ruling – Stabroek News


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Barbados PM concerned at implications of Myrie ruling
Stabroek News
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Freundel Stuart last night voiced concern about the implications of the Caribbean Court of Justice's (CCJ) recent ruling, saying an automatic six-month stay for CARICOM nationals visiting Barbados would attract the ...
Let cooler heads prevail: Support CARICOMBarbados Advocate

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Food security in focus at Week of Agriculture – Trinidad Guardian

Food security in focus at Week of AgricultureTrinidad GuardianLeslie Ramsammy, Minister of Agriculture of Guyana, suggested that Caribbean countries had sufficient human and natural resources to produce more and better food, which would enable them to ...

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Where are the ultra-rich finding their next home? – Moneycontrol.com


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Where are the ultra-rich finding their next home?
Moneycontrol.com
Rounding out the top twenty places the ultra-rich want their next home are many of the usual haunts, such as Aspen in the US, St. Barts in the Caribbean and Italy's Venice as well as a few off the beaten path, such as the Seychelles, the Maldives and ...

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Finish line in sight for marathon race to Brazil – Irish Independent


Finish line in sight for marathon race to Brazil
Irish Independent
The United States and Costa Rica qualified with matches to spare but not so Mexico, the once-dominant nation in the North and Central America and Caribbean zone. 'El Tri', who are on their third coach of the campaign, finally won at home on Friday ...

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Monday Papers: Lloyds warns of Help to Buy bubble – Citywire.co.uk

Monday Papers: Lloyds warns of Help to Buy bubbleCitywire.co.ukFinancial Times: Banks may be forced to inject millions more into their pensions funds when new rules come into effect requiring them to split lower-risk deposit taking from higher-risk inv...

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Clamor In Colombia – Sports On Earth

AFPClamor In ColombiaSports On EarthMy unwritten list of Things To Do Before I Die long had included the entry Alight In A Soccer-Passionate Country As It Qualifies For A World Cup, Preferably After A Considerable Qualification Drought, an item so much...

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Highway will be completed – Trinidad News

Highway will be completedTrinidad News... includes major investment in the education and health sectors, Persad-Bissessar observed that not only had the national economy not collapsed but in fact it registered significant growth despite the economic ha...

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England wary of 1973 nightmare in World Cup climax – South China Morning Post

England wary of 1973 nightmare in World Cup climaxSouth China Morning PostFour European teams will clinch their places, two from South America and one from Concacaf, the North and Central American and Caribbean zone. Play-off places across all three re...

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Revived Mexico seek to close campaign with win – The Malay Mail Online


Revived Mexico seek to close campaign with win
The Malay Mail Online
Mexico's coach Victor Manuel Vucetich (right) gives instructions to his player Giovani dos Santos during their 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match against Panama at Azteca stadium in Mexico City October 11, 2013. — Reuters picLOS ANGELES, Oct ...

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West Indies Opening Batsman Kieran Powell Launches Cricket Star Search In … – CaribPR.com (press release)


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West Indies Opening Batsman Kieran Powell Launches Cricket Star Search In ...
CaribPR.com (press release)
CaribPR Wire, LONDON, England, Sun. Oct. 13, 2013: Dashing West Indies opening batsman, Kieran Powell, is set to launch a cricket star search in collaboration with global sporting icon Muttiah Muralidaran's internationally acclaimed charity, the ...
Kieran Powell in Sri Lanka to unearth rural cricketing talentsNews360.lk

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