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Are Jamaicans In The Diaspora Ready For Office Holders With Dual Citizenship?

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CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: The issue of the resignation of Jamaica’s Supervisor of Elections Danville Walker and the forced resignation of MP Daryl Vaz has turned the issue of office holders with dual citizenship in Jamaica into a hot button issue in the Jamaican Diaspora. But do many feel the Jamaica constitution should be changed?

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Caribbean Nations See Dip In Foreign Investment
CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: For the first time in decades, the islands of Bahamas have seen a dip in foreign direct investment, a trend that was true for most Caribbean nations.

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DR Nationals Accused Of Impersonating Cops
CaribWorldNews, BROOKLYN, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: Eight nationals of the Dominican Republic were yesterday accused of impersonating police officers and robbing drug dealers.

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Bush Urged To Open Travel Between U.S. And Cuba
CaribWorldNews, MONTGOMERY, Ala., Fri. May 9, 2008: An Alabama House committee has approved a resolution that calls for the U.S. to open up travel to Cuba.

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Second Travel Agency Joins PETA` Call To Boycott St. Kitts
CaribWorldNews, CABIN JOHN, Md., Fri. May 9, 2008: A second travel agency has publicly joined animal rights group PETA in supporting a tourism boycott of St. Kitts/Nevis.

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Guyana Government Accuses Opposition Of Funds Misuse
CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri. May 9, 2008: Head of the Presidential Secretariat of Guyana, Dr. Roger Luncheon, has accused the country`s main opposition party of misusing public funds.

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Stricter British Immigration Rules Announced
CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Fri. May 9, 2008: British officials this week announced new, stricter immigration rules that will affect migrant workers from outside of Europe.

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Caribbean Business In Brief
CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: As global food prices continue to rise, the Guyana government is revisiting the ‘Grow-More’ campaign.

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Caribbean ET Report
CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: Caribbean music will collide with cricket in South Florida on Memorial Day weekend as the MAQ T20 International Cricket Tournament ’08 takes over South Florida.

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Singer With Guyanese Roots Keeps Hold On the Billboard Hot 100
CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 9, 2008: A U.K.-born singer with Guyanese roots is continuing her hold on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.