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For aspiring lawyer Christien Levine, police carding isn’t an abstract legal battle; as a person of Caribbean descent sensitive to racial profiling, it’s something he’s had to deal with his whole life. So instead of selling his services as a criminal defence lawyer, he’s giving them away free in the

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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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  The following light spirits are probably new to you. That’s because there exists a realm of award winning, world-class spirits that remains largely outside of the mainstream. We’ve culled through the huddled masses and selected the twelve most fascinating spirits you likely haven’t heard of. These artisan products are

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  Another freezing winter had many Washingtonians daydreaming about heading south to put their toes in the sand and a drink in their hand. All is not paradise in paradise these days, however, and even a refreshing Bahama Breeze cannot be had without a hurricane of controversy. That’s because one

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  The Virgin Islands is implementing public-private partnerships that benefit our territory and the United States. In the middle of a recession, the territory’s leaders should be commended for keeping companies in America, generating significant direct and indirect economic activity, preventing thousands of government layoffs and funding construction of roads

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  CHRISTIANSTED – Forty years after President Gerald Ford banned the export of crude oil from the United States amid supply worries, momentum is building to remove the restriction – and some of the benefits could spill into Caribbean oil refining-countries. With more Iranian oil re-entering the market if sanctions

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  ROAD TOWN, Tortola, BVI, June 30, 2015 /CNW/ – Viking Gold Exploration Inc. (TSX-V:VGC) (the “Company” or “Viking”), is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of agreement (the “Letter Agreement”) with Valor Energy Ltd. (“Valor”) granting Viking the option to acquire all of the issued and

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  Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says discriminatory housing policies have effectively segregated America, and housing vouchers, tax credits and an embrace of a Supreme Court decision handed down last week are the first steps toward fixing the problem. “We’re experiencing racial segregation on a much larger geographical scale than

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Caribbean tourism officials are pushing for a partnership with the U.S. government because of concerns that warming relations between the U.S. and Cuba will result in a significant loss of visitors to the rest of the region. Cuba has seen such a surge in visitors that the fragile budgets of

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The Magens Bay property that was put up for auction on St. Thomas sold for $6 million, according to Platinum Luxury Auctions. Lee Steiner of USVI Sotheby’s International Realty, who held the real estate listing, reported that the property was placed under a non-contingent contract as a

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