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- Barbados international business sector should be given same priority as tourism - Innis December 10, 2013International Business Minister Donville Innis told reporters that the sector last year brought in an estimated BDS$161 million (One Barbados dollar =US$0.50 cents) a figure he said that was more than BDS$161 million the previous year.
- Former captain says Windies have lost their warrior spirit December 10, 2013Richie Richardson criticised the attitude of the current crop, but said the system in which they operate needs to share the blame for the prolonged slide of the regional team.
- Trinidad teen dies in house fire set by father December 10, 2013Seventeen-year-old Jelani Joseph and his 40-year-old father perished in the blaze which also seriously injured Jelani’s brother Josiah.
- Jamaica urged to hold Trinidad accountable to regional commitments December 10, 2013Leading manufacturer indicated that if the impasse between the two countries continues, Jamaica could be forced to “hit the Trinidadians where it hurts.”
- Caribbean American congresswoman calls on Obama to stop deportations December 10, 2013Yvette D. Clarke, the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, said her appeal would help “prevent the continued dislocation of families and children.”
- India court reinstates gay sex ban December 11, 2013India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
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- Nelson Mandela's body lying in state December 11, 2013The body of Nelson Mandela arrives at the main government building in Pretoria, where it will lie in state for three days.
- Uruguay votes to legalise marijuana December 11, 2013Uruguay's parliament votes to legalise the cultivation, sale and consumption of marijuana - the first country to do so.
- US budget deal reached in Congress December 11, 2013An agreement is reached on the US budget to avoid another government shutdown, Republican and Democratic lawmakers say.
- China fruit market blaze kills 16 December 11, 2013A fire in a farmers' market in south China's Shenzhen kills 16 people and injures at least three, officials say.
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