Monthly Archives: July 2009

Criminal deportees to Caribbean tops 50,000 mark in decade

  Criminal deportees to Caribbean tops 50,000 mark in decade WASHINGTON, D.C., (CaribWorldNews )- Over 50,000 convicted Caribbean-born criminals, who have called the U.S. home for many years, have been shipped back to the Caribbean in the past decade under … Continue reading

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Britain’s last WWI soldier dies at 111

  Harry Patch, Britain’s last WWI soldier, dies ‘Noblest of all the generations has left us … they will never be forgotten’ Matt Cardy / Getty Images file Harry Patch was the last surviving British soldier from the World War … Continue reading

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Black culture lights up Broadway’s Great White Way

  Black culture lights up Broadway’s Great White Way By Christine Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) – When U.S. President Barack Obama took his wife, Michelle, to a Broadway play by African American playwright August Wilson about a black father’s search … Continue reading

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Google’s operating system escalates Microsoft duel

  Google’s operating system escalates Microsoft duel (Update) By MICHAEL LIEDTKE , AP Technology Writer Enlarge In this April 17, 2007 file photo, exhibitors work on laptop computers in front of an illuminated sign of the Google logo at the … Continue reading

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Haiti’s culture and politics of social exclusion

  Commentary: Haiti’s culture and politics of social exclusion By Jean H Charles The concept of social exclusion and its corollary, hospitality for all, have been the hallmark of my inquiry in most of these columns. As such, when the … Continue reading

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Iran cleric: U.K. Embassy staff to be tried

Iranian cleric: British Embassy staff to be tried Claim of employees’ ‘confessions’ alarms EU, fuels calls for tougher action Vahid Salemi / AP Top Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, delivers a sermon during Friday prayers at the Tehran University campus … Continue reading

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