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  MIAMI — Four migrant interdictions at sea in the South Florida Straits led the Coast Guard to repatriate 38 Cuban migrants to Bahia de Cabanas, Cuba, on Thursday. In all four stops, Cubans were attempting to enter the United States illegally on “unseaworthy vessels,” according to the Coast Guard.

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The mascot for the 2015 Pan Am Games, which open in Toronto next week, is a porcupine named Pachi. The porcupine seems an appropriate symbol. Many across greater Toronto have discovered that the Toronto 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games, like a porcupine, are an uncomfortable creature to embrace.

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  As the commercial used to say, “How do you think they got so rich?” Wal-Mart Stores Inc. owns more than $76 billion of assets through a web of units in offshore tax havens around the world, though you wouldn’t know it from reading the giant retailer’s annual report. A

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  On Saturday June 27th at approximately midnight police patrols and traffic department were sent to the A. J. C. Brouwers road in the vicinity of the “Look out Point” (Harold Jack) to investigate a traffic accident. On the scene the investigating officers encountered a vehicle which had landed on

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2016 Presidential ElectionBreaking NewsCaribbean NewsPuerto Rico News

  Looks like the annual Ricky Martin Foundation charity golf tournament from the Trump International Golf Club in Río Grande, Puerto Rico, will no longer take place after Trump’s derogatory and discriminatory comments against Latinos. The Boricua superstar joins the long list of celebrities, retail companies and networks to drop

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2016 Presidential ElectionArt NewsAt VIFreepCaribbean News

  Donald Trump entered the presidential fray two weeks ago with a flurry of racially-tinged comments that have led to widespread backlash and condemnation. But to one New Jersey author and native of the Dominican Republic, the Republican hopeful’s tactic of “demonizing immigrants” is nothing new for the elites. It’s

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For vulnerable Haitian migrants living in the Dominican Republic, the threat of expulsion still hangs in the air two weeks after a deadline expired for undocumented immigrants to register their status in the country. But another deadline is approaching fast, and people at risk of deportation are dividing into two

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British Virgin Islands NewsCaribbean NewsIrregularities

  After a four-year ramp up, America’s far-reaching tax law, FATCA – the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (enacted in 2010) – is now in full effect. With over 60 countries (including, most recently, the Vatican) having signed an agreement with the United States related to the enforcement of FATCA,

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  CHRISTIANSTED, July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ESPN and ESPN Deportes team up for an unprecedented Olympic-style production to deliver complete multiplatform coverage of the 2015 Pan American Games from Toronto, starting Friday, July 10 at 7:30 p.m. ET with the Opening Ceremony live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes. The

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At VIFreepCaribbean NewsTourism News

  ROSEAU, Dominica, June 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Dominica, the Nature Island of the Caribbean, has an extra helping of FUN planned for July. The excitement kicks off on July 1 with the four-day Nature Island Food and Drink Festival and continues with the island’s 22 nd annual Dive Fest

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