Hotline Set Up For AA Passengers In Jamaica Crash

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CaribWorldNews, FORT WORTH, Texas, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: A hotline has been set up at the Jamaica Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade to accommodate inquiries from consulates and concerned family members of passengers on the American Airline jet, which experienced landing problems at the Norman Manley International Airport, […]

BREAKING NEWS – American Airlines Plane Crashes In Jamaica

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CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: American Airlines flight 331 flying to Kingston, Jamaica last night crashed after landing at the Norman Manley International Airport. Sketchy details emerging from local media reports claim that accident occurred shortly after 10 p.m. on the flight which had arrived from  Miami to […]

Jamaican Immigrant Finally Gets Green Card

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CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: A Jamaican widow who has been fighting for residency in the U.S. since 2003, has finally been given her green card. The early Christmas gift was granted to Osserritta Robinson on Tuesday, years after her husband died in the 2003 Staten Island […]

Allen Stanford Faces `A Breakdown` Shrink Claims

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CaribWorldNews, HOUSTON, Texas, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: Former flamboyant financier and cricket entrepreneur turned jail bird could face `a complete nervous breakdown` if he is not released from prison, a psychiatrist is claiming. Victor Scarano, a Houston psychiatrist and lawyer who examined Stanford in jail, concludes in court papers that […]

Restaveks In Haiti Put At Nearly Quarter Million

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CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: There are nearly a quarter million restaveks or child slaves in Haiti, a new report claims. The Pan American Development Foundation yesterday announced that at least 225,000 children, mostly girls, in Haiti`s cities, have been forced in to slavery as unpaid household servants […]

Puerto Rico Gets Really Tough On Drunk Driving

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CaribWorldNews, SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: One of the US` toughest legal limits for drunk driving by young adults this week became law in Puerto Rico. Gov. Luis Fortuno on Tuesday signed legislation  in to law that now lowers the blood alcohol limit for drivers ages 18 […]

It`s A Grammy Affair At Jamaica Jazz And Blues 2010

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CARIBPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Dec. 22, 2009: It will be a Grammy Affair at the Caribbean`s best musical festival this January – the 2010 Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival – as acts like Gladys Knight, Kenneth `Babyface` Edmonds, Billy Ocean, Erykah Badu, Third World and The Whispers, take to […]

Team Jamaica Bickle Kicks Off Early Fundraiser

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CaribWorldNews, QUEENS, NY, Weds. Dec. 23, 2009: The Queens, New York-based non-profit, Team Jamaica Bickle, which has continuously aided athletes, including top Olympian Usain Bolt, during their performance at the annual Penn Relays, is kicking off its annual fundraiser early this year. TJB is inviting fans to join its first […]