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  1. Plasterk says no desire to steer integrity politicallyRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Herald

    The Kingdom Council of Ministers does not feel the need to steer the integrity issue in St. Maarten politically. It merely wants to prevent the safeguarding of integrity from becoming politically susceptible, said Dutch Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk on Friday.

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  2. Arnell: 'Youth unemployment 3 times higher than France'Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Herald

    St. Martin's representative on the national Economic, Social, and Environmental Council in Paris Rene Arnell said he was pleased to announce the overseas territories will be the focus of three important presentations in the Council during the early part of February, a result of work done by the delegation he is a member of. On Tuesday, February 10, there will be a presentation of the study "Micro Financing in the Overseas Territories", with the presence of Minister Georges Pau-Langevin.

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  3. Bag snatcher assaults, robs American touristRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Herald

    An American tourist received medical attention Wednesday evening after she was assaulted and robbed of her handbag in the centre of Marigot by two armed individuals on a scooter, their faces concealed by helmets. The victim was in a group of three, who were walking back to their parked car on Rue General de Gaulle around 9:30pm after dining in Marina Royale, when they were confronted by the assailants.

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  4. GMO mosquito plan sparks debate in FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Peninsula

    A British company's plan to unleash hordes of genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida to reduce the threat of dengue fever and other diseases has sparked an outcry from fearful residents. As of Friday, more than 145,000 people had signed a petition at change.org urging regulators to "say no" to allowing the tourist-friendly fishing and diving haven to become "a testing ground for these mutant bugs."

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  5. ACP Reyes granted bailRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newsday

    He appeared before Arima Magistrate Debbie-Ann Bassaw in the Second Court, charged with intentionally interfering with the performance of duty by a crew member, using abusive and insulting language towards a crew member, and using his cellular phone endangering the lives of crew and passengers on a Caribbean Airlines flight on December 18, last. The charges were brought by Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of crime, Glen Hackett. 1 comment

  6. Give yourself a break for some sport fishingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tampa Bay Online

    GO FISHING is a look at the area fishing scene through the eyes of local charter boat captains and fishing guides. Today: Michael Anderson.

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  7. Genie-Themed Pageant Costumes - The Miss Universe British Virgin...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Taking a cue from Disney film Aladdin, this Miss Universe pageant costume is genie-inspired. The opulent ensemble was worn by the event's British Virgin Islands contestant who donned a fitted white gown that she accented with several gold lamps.

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  8. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Friday | Business Wire

    It is currently estimated that this distribution is derived... )--Marc Perrone, International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union , today released the following statement in response to Safewa... )--Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc. , a real estate investment trust focused on owning and operating industrial properti... )--HCA Holdings, Inc. announces the following Webcast: What: HCA 4Q 2014 Earnings Release CallWhen: Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 9:00 am central --Sysorex , a global technology leader specializing in big data analytics and location-based mobile solutions for the private and publ... )--BRE Select Hotels Corp has recently been informed of an unsolicited tender offer by affiliates of MacKenzie Capital Management, LP --Monsanto Company today announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend on its common stock of 49 cents ... (more)

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  9. Otis Gardner: Clueless youth don't bode well for futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Kinston Free Press

    Asteroids, climate change, Islamic terrorists, national debt, Iranian nukes and the possibility of a "Satan Bug" arising naturally or as a weapon. Pick your poison; the menu of challenges and threats to us is indeed long and sobering.

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  10. Cuban youth build secret computer network despite Wi-Fi banRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Herald

    Cut off from the Internet, young Cubans have quietly linked thousands of computers into a hidden network that stretches miles across Havana, letting them chat with friends, play games and download hit movies in a mini-replica of the online world that most can't access. Home Internet connections are banned for all but a handful of Cubans, and the government charges nearly a quarter of a month's salary for an hour online in government-run hotels and Internet centers.

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  11. Two new judges at CourthouseRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | The Daily Herald

    As per January 1, the Court of First Instance welcomed two new judges: Mauritsz de Kort and Maria Paulides. With their arrival, the St. Maarten branch of the Joint Court of Justice of Aruba, Curacao and St. Maarten and of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba now has five judges.

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  12. Cuban star Yoan Moncada closer to signing after clearing government hurdleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sporting News

    Cuban baseball star Yoan Moncada is closer to becoming a free agent and able to sign with a major league team. According to MLB.com , the agent for Moncada received a notification from the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control on Friday night stating Moncada is an unblocked national under recently amended guidelines for Cuban players and thus is generally licensed to play in the United States.

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  13. Commentary: The curse of successRead the original story

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    By Jean H Charles I was pondering recently about a Haiti where prosperity would be the lot of most; it then came to mind that prosperity has a cost. Ask any dweller in the rich enclave of Kenscoff-Petionville, where the nooks of the mountains surrounding Port au Prince hide some of the most impressing villas that would put Hollywood to shame; he will tell you about the misery of traffic in the morning and in the evening on the small lone road circling the mountain leading to his residence.

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  14. Getting to Martinique easier thanks to improved service from the US, Canada and Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    With American Airlines improved direct service from Miami, Martinique is getting now more and more accessible to travelers from the US mainland. This winter, American Airlines operates a midweek flight on Wednesdays from Miami, in addition to pre-existing weekly nonstop service, which operates on Saturdays.

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  15. American Airlines adds six new routes to Mexico, Caribbean and Latin AmericaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    Pending regulatory approval, American Airlines will add six new routes throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America, further strengthening its position in these key markets. New service to Barranquilla, Colombia , will add a new destination to the airline's global network and customers will have increased options when traveling throughout the region.

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  16. British experts deliver financial investigations trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- Investigators from seven jurisdictions, including Saint Lucia, attended a ten-day training course in core skills in financial investigations delivered by UK experts. Twenty-two investigators learnt how to investigate money laundering, so that they can better prosecute the top tier of criminality and help confiscate their assets.

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  17. Bahamas announces new immigration rules for childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here . The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to rising sea levels brought about by global warming.

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  18. Release About the Reestablishment of Cuban-American RelationsRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    By: James A. Baer, Professor of history at the Alexandria Campus of Northern Virginia Community College and a Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs. Diplomats from the United States and Cuba met in Havana on January 21-22, 2015 to discuss issues that had to be resolved in order to restore full relations between these two long-standing enemies.

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  19. I Sacrificed My Senatorial Ambition For The Delta People - UduaghanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ghanamma.com

    Delta State Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan has revealed the the reasons he dropped his senatorial ambition, saying it was because he did not want to leave office in a crisis situation, especially with intelligence information that guns would boom in Warri if he won. The governor disclosed this to journalists in Warri, where he explained that a similar scenario that there would be bloodshed between the Ijaw and Itsekiri if President Goodluck Jonathan had performed the groundbreaking ceremony of the $16 billion Delta Gas City at Ogidigben, last year.

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  20. Uproar over genetically modified mosquitoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Vision

    A British company's plan to unleash hordes of genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida to reduce the threat of dengue fever and other diseases has sparked an outcry from fearful residents. As of Friday, more than 145,000 people had signed a petition at change.org urging regulators to "say no" to allowing the tourist-friendly fishing and diving haven to become "a testing ground for these mutant bugs."

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