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- Historic Plan To Get Haitians Mortages
- Freeze In UK Air Passenger Duty
- Caribbean Quake Shakes Domincian Republic
- Radiation From Fukushima Would Take 7 Days To Reach U.S
- Winds Blowing Japanese Radioactivity Over Pacific Ocean
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- Radiation Released in Japanese Atmosphere
- BP Oil Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives Along Gulf
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- Venezuela Complains Barbados Violating Maritime Boundary
- Haiti Detains Americans Taking Kids Across Border
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- First medical marijuana company established in Jamaica December 5, 2013Jamaica has launched its first medical marijuana company with prominent researcher Professor Henry Lowe urging the authorities to take full advantage of the drug’s medicinal components for commercial purposes.
- Grenada union upset over worker dismissals December 5, 2013The Technical and Allied Workers Union (TAWU) Wednesday accused the British telecommunication company, LIME, of violating the island’s employment legislation.
- Government to hold special retreat to discuss Jamaica economy December 5, 2013A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister Wednesday said that the island’s economic programme will top the agenda for the retreat.
- Barbados prime minister denies dismissing public workers December 5, 2013Prime Minister Freundel Stuart said that his administration had always taken the position that, as far as possible, resorting to layoffs would be “a kind of last option when every other option has failed”.
- Dominica signs US$300 million cooperation agreement with China December 5, 2013The agreement was signed between Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and the president of ASCG, Xue Song early last month.
- Jamaica takes steps to tighten anti-money laundering measures December 5, 2013Jamaica has widened its strategy to deal with money laundering with the Senate giving approval to five Orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA).
- Dozens killed in fresh CAR violence December 5, 2013At least 60 people have been killed in the latest communal violence in the Central African Republic, reports say.
- Double attack on key Yemen ministry December 5, 2013A suicide car bomb followed by a gunbattle at Yemen's defence ministry have left at least 29 people dead and more than 70 injured, officials say.
- Pope sets up child abuse committee December 5, 2013Pope Francis is to set up a Vatican committee to fight sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church and offer help to victims.
- US teacher shot dead in Libya December 5, 2013An American teacher is gunned down by unknown assailants while jogging in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, local officials say.
- NSA 'tracking' millions of mobiles December 5, 2013The movements of hundreds of millions of mobile users are being tracked by the NSA every day, reveals the Washington Post.
- Change EU free movement rules - UK December 5, 2013Britain wants to change the rules governing the free movement of people across the EU, Home Secretary Theresa May will tell European ministers.
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