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Haitian-Born Priest Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

CaribWorldNews, BOSTON, MA, Mon. June 21, 2010: Allegations of adult sexual misconduct  has resulted in the revocation of a Haitian-born priest`s right to perform mass by The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. The Boston archdiocese announced Sunday that the priviledges of Rev. Gabriel Michel, a priest of the Archdiocese of Cap-Haitien in Haiti, has been revoked. Father Michel has served in Boston ...

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New York Herbalists for Trinidad Conference

CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. June 17, 2010: Two renowned Brooklyn-based herbalists are among the participants set to descend on the twin-island of Trinidad and Tobago for the first Ifa/Orisa Worldview Practitioners Conference. The conference opens on June 18th and will run through the 21st at the National Academy of the Performing Arts (NAPA), Keate Street, Port-of-Spain. Mama Nayaah and ...

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Haiti`s Sunday Project

CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Fri. June 18, 2010: Carel Pedre is one of Haiti`s favourite celebrities. His morning show is the most popular on Radio National, the country`s widest-reaching radio station, and he`s the host of Digicel Stars, Haiti`s version of Idol. When January`s earthquake struck, he was back on air within hours, sleeping in his car outside the station and ...

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Jamaican Deportee Wins Chance To Return To The U.S.

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 18, 2010: Approximately two-and-a-half years after Jamaica national Vanvern Blake was ordered removed from the U.S., he has been welcomed back. Blake recently won the right to return to the U.S. after his attorney, Joan O. Pinnock, presented compelling evidence to support her client`s claim to U.S. citizenship. Blake`s mother had previously spent thousands ...

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U.S. Extends Flying Period For Air Jamaica

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. June 18, 2010: Air Jamaica can continue flying to American ports for the month while the takeover by Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) is finalized. The United States Department Of Transport this week extended the waiver for Air Jamaica to continue to fly to and from the United States after the transfer of ownership to CAL. The ...

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Call Him Sir Wilson

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Fri. June 18, 2010: Guyanese writer Wilson Harris, known for books like `Palace of the Peacock,` and `Jonestown,` has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth, II. The United Kingdom–based writer received the honor as the Queen celebrated her birthday this year. Harris, 89 was featured on the Queen 2010 birthday honors list for his contribution to literature. Sir ...

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Rowley Could Be Trinidad And Tobago`s New Opposition Leader

CaribWorldNews, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Thurs. June 17, 2010: People`s National Movement member, Dr. Keith Rowley, seems poised to be Trinidad & Tobago`s new leader of the opposition. Rowley is the sole candidate for the post as the countdown begins to a special convention of the PNM set for June 27th.  Diego Martin North East MP, Colm Imbert, told C News that ...

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Jamaican Student Gets Internship at Brookhaven Lab

CaribWorldNews, Brooklyn, NY, Fri. June 18, 2010: Collecting data on a cold New York City rooftop is a far cry from enjoying the warm beaches on the island of Jamaica. But Frederic Jones wouldn`t have it any other way. The Jamaican native`s curiosity about the atmosphere took hold on that island. Fast forward to the present day, and his continued ...

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Jamaica’s Commander of Distinction Returns to Lincoln Center

CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. June 16, 2010: Renowned Jamaican jazz pianist and Jamaica`s acclaimed Commander of Distinction, Monty Alexander, is set to turn the heat up this summer in New York City with a five-day return to Lincoln Center. Alexander, who has the distinction of being named one of the greatest piano players in Jazz history, is set ...

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Former Haiti PM Dead

CaribWorldNews, PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Thurs. June 17, 2010: A former Haiti prime minister who led the Bazin political party has passed away at the ripe age of 78. Marc Louis Bazin, who lost Haiti`s first free presidential election in 1990 but went on to become prime minister under the Jean Bertrand Aristide goverment, died Wednesday after a battle with cancer. In ...

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