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Jada Benn Torres from Notre Dame University speaks with a Garifuna man on St. Vincent In the island chain called the Lesser Antilles, stretching from the Virgin Islands south to Trinidad and Tobago, a team of researchers lead by Theodore Schurr, an anthropology professor in the University of Pennsylvania’s School

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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday pledged more resources for the eastern Caribbean under the Petrocaribe program during a one-day visit to the nearby island of St. Vincent. Maduro said he was seeking to find a regional hub that would serve as the center for the

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WILLEMSTAD – Venezuela’s state-run oil firm Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. will receive a 935,000-barrel cargo of Angola’s Girassol medium crude at its Bullen Bay terminal in Curaçao next week, after awarding a tender to Norway’s oil company Statoil, according to traders and information from Reuters. PDVSA in September changed the

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David Nakhid of Trinidad would like to get his hands on the USVI-FIFA President Hillaren Frederick who cost him his chance at the FIFA presidency. GENEVA – A person from the Caribbean will not have a chance to replace the scandal-plagued outgoing President Sepp Blatter at FIFA because the representative from

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  SAN JUAN – Trinidad and Tobago authorities have detained three suspects in the murder of a British expat couple, a police spokesman said over the weekend. The suspects who are said to be in their 20s, include a St. Vincent and the Grenadines national, and are expected to be formally

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ATF’s Carlos Canino in his office in Miami. MIAMI – Raised in an Army family that eventually settled in the Boston area, Carlos Canino considered three career choices when he graduated from college with a degree in criminology: law enforcement, military service or coaching. But after working as an assistant

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PHONING IT IN: 25 Puerto Rico National Guard members accused of widespread corruption SAN JUAN – The scheme was as simple as the system was porous. Army National Guard soldiers signed up as assistants to help recruiters, getting paid a referral fee each time someone enlisted and another bonus if they

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MANZANILLO, Mexico — Hurricane Patricia headed toward southwestern Mexico Friday as a monster Category 5 storm, the strongest ever in the Western Hemisphere that forecasters said could make a “potentially catastrophic landfall” later in the day. Residents of a stretch of Mexico’s Pacific Coast dotted with resorts and fishing villages

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SAN JUAN – Fearing her husband would die waiting for a heart transplant in Miami, Carmen Concepcion started looking for a faster way to save his life, and found the answer in her native Puerto Rico. Pablo, 59, could barely walk from the family room to the bathroom without growing

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CARNBEE, Tobago – Britain’s ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago called for swift action following the brutal murder of British national Richard Wheeler and his wife, Grace in the quiet village of Carnbee on Tuesday. Richard, a 72-year-old attorney from Sheffield, U.K. who has been living on the island for the

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