UN Chief Recommends More MINUSTAH For Haiti

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CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 4, 2009: UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, yesterday recommended a 12-month extension of the UN mission in Haiti. In a report released Thursday, Ban said MINUSTAH should be extended through 15 October 2010, with some adjustments to enable it to deploy rapidly and to monitor […]

U.S. Eases Restrictions On Travel And Money Transfers To Cuba

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CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C. Fri. Sept. 4, 2009: Some nine months after taking office, the Obama administration has moved to ease restrictions on travel and money transfers to Cuba. The US Treasury Thursday said it would now immediately allow U.S. based Cubans to send any amount of money to close relatives […]

Are Caribbean Tourism Entities Ignoring FARA Filings?

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CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. Sept. 4, 2009: Under the US` Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, all agents of a foreign principal, for instance, a company representing a Caribbean nation, are required to register with the Department of Justice and file forms detailing among other things, income from, and expenditures […]

Guyana Ministry Says American Embassy Lied

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CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri. Sept. 4, 2009: Guyana`s Home Affairs Ministry has dismissed as `false and unfounded,` a report, purportedly originating from the Embassy of the United States of America. The release reportedly stated that Missionaries belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints have been […]

Caribbean Media Exchange Set For St. Lucia This December

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CaribWorldNews, JERSEY CITY, NJ, Fri. Sept. 4, 2009: Resilience to the double threats of global recession and climate change will be addressed by movers and shakers drawn from the Caribbean and international media, tourism, financial, community and government communities. The island of St. Lucia was this week selected by the […]

Mormons Given The Boot From Guyana

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CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Thurs. Sept. 3, 2009: Some forty Mormon missionaries, working in Guyana, are getting the boot. The Mormons, mostly from the United States have been ordered to leave Guyana within 30 days, police said Wednesday, because of expired visas. Police Commissioner Henry Greene said the missionaries overstayed their […]