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Gordon Ramsay To Spotlight On Guyana In NatGeo’s UnCharted

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 12, 2020: Popular television personality and fiery British-born chef, Gordon Ramsay, is set to spotlight on Guyana in his NatGeo Show ‘Uncharted,” which returns for a second season this May. “Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted” follows Ramsay as he meets with indigenous people around the globe to learn about the ...

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Venezuela Man Charged With Sexual Slavery

Caribbean News, Latin America News: MARACAY, Venezuela, Weds. Feb 12, 2020 (Reuters): Venezuelan prosecutors on Tuesday indicted a man on charges that he sexually enslaved a woman whom he held captive for 31 years in an apartment building, a case that has shocked residents of the city of Maracay near the capital of Caracas. Matias Salazar, 56, was also accused ...

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17 Jamaicans Deported From UK On Controversial Charter Flight

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Feb. 11, 2020 – UPDATE: Seventeen Jamaicans are now on a charter flight back to Jamaica after being deported from the UK this morning by the Home Office. The 17 were deported despite a last-minute court order stopping the deportation of detainees from Colnbrooke and Harmondsworth detention centres, near ...

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Confusion As UK Government Tries To Deport Jamaicans Despite Court Order

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Feb. 11, 2020: There was confusion and disbelief late last night as reports emerged that the UK Home Office had ordered Jamaican detainees moved to the Doncaster Sheffield Airport for deportation despite a last minute court order stopping the deportation. A Court of Appeal judge yesterday afternoon ordered the ...

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Soccer Star Pele Is Depressed, Reclusive

Caribbean News, Latin America News: SAO PAULO, Brazil, Tues. Feb 11, 2020, (Reuters) – Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in an interview published in Brazil on Monday. Pele, widely considered to be one of the greatest footballers in history and ...

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Peruvian Woman Sues To End Her Life

Caribbean News, Latin America News: LIMA, Peru, Mon. Feb 10, 2020 (Reuters) – After spending months in a hospital’s intensive care unit four years ago to treat her incurable and debilitating illness, Ana Estrada decided that at some point she would want to die before it got worse. Estrada, 43, is bed-ridden with a condition that has atrophied her muscles ...

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This Caribbean Roots Teen Is Going To The Oscars

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, FRI. Feb. 7, 2020: It’s Oscar weekend and a Caribbean-roots teen is set to walk the red carpet with his mother thanks to Gabrielle Union, Matthew A. Cherry, the of director of the Oscar-nominated “Hair Love” and the Love Dove team. Houston-born DeAndre Arnold, whose suspension from school over his refusal to cut his dreads, ...

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Remembering Bob Marley 75 Years Later – The Early Years

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 7, 2020: Jamaican singer and songwriter, the late great Robert Nesta Marley, OM, would have celebrated his 75th birthday yesterday, Feb. 6, 2020. Here’s a look back at the early days of his professional career. Bob Marley and the wailers (L-R Peter McIntosh ‘Tosh’, Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, Bob Marley, Earl ‘Wire’ Lindo, ...

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