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601 Caribbean Adventures Series to be used to ready for CPEA
602 AG’s office to rule on A2 visa policy
603 Suriname’s Olympic hopeful arraigned on fraud, larceny
604 Govt buys land to handle festering squatter problem
605 Caribbean Export hosts meet on financial services sector
606 Youth news programme pulled over ‘December 8 Murders’ item
607 Caribbean/American congresswoman calls on Obama to stop deportations
608 US announces support for a Caribbean energy market
609 Jamaican marijuana found in Suriname
610 Special needs school to open doors by 2015
611 Jamaican drug lord "Dudus" Coke had assets worth JA$300 million
612 Men fined over poached birds
613 Business persons need new mindset
614 The Netherlands appoints ambassador for Suriname
615 Bulgarians probing passport scam using Suriname address
616 CARICOM wants 'early resolution' to CFATF blacklist of Guyana
617 Heavy downpour floods Georgetown, coastal communities, 42 schools closed
618 At least 10 Haitians die, 110 saved from capsized ship in Bahamas
619 Pastor blasts Trelawny Parish Council over pier development
620 Pilot project with electric vehicles
621 13 Jamaicans turned away from Trinidad
622 Funny-looking Suriname bug draws world media attention
623 Communities to benefit from US flooding grant
624 Zwarte Piet caps on slave monument spark disgust
625 NY man drowns in free-diving contest
626 Ras Puddler pleads not guilty to ganja charges
627 LIAT strike leaves St. Lucia hoteliers counting losses
628 Retired postmistress murdered and her grandchild kidnapped
629 Rice farmers demand fuel tax reimbursement
630 Outgoing US Ambassador donates US $15,000 to PAJ
631 Dino Bouterse now also charged with terrorism
632 Myrie court ruling is a turning point for regional integration
633 Dominican Republic demonstrators show support for Constitutional Court ruling
634 30-member church team among LIAT passengers stranded at Ogle
635 Guyana aims for record rice production in 2013
636 Ramsammy: Chinese will not be given licence to fish near shore
637 Most wanted fugitive drags prison guard into prison
638 UN report says Caribbean teenage pregnancies up
639 OAS human rights group to visit Dominican Republic following their citizenship ruling
640 Barbados Labour Party gears for early poll
641 US marks 30th anniversary of Grenada military intervention
642 Helping differently able children find their rightful place in society
643 Rihanna asked to leave mosque after controversial photographs
644 Child slaves put Haiti second Highest on global slavery index
645 Rare earth elements interesting to Japan
646 Gay rights activists protest Bruce Golding speech in NY
647 USAID launches new programme to help prevent hunger in Haiti
648 Caribbean export launches trade information network
649 Warner fails to pay taxes
650 Caribbean tourism officials say no 'incremental increase' in visitor arrivals
651 Six face charges after boat capsizes off Miami
652 Caribbean drug trade rises under new generation of 'Cocaine Cowboys'
653 Gangs are the ‘new law’ in urban Trinidad–report
654 Navy scores two more multimillion dollar drug busts in the Caribbean
655 Suriname offers to host 13th CWA
656 Counterfeiter found with dormant bank accounts
657 World Bank: Caribbean currencies absorbing world financial shocks
658 Week of Agriculture underway in Guyana
659 OECS spokespersons to learn to deliver integration messages
660 US warns of increased drug trafficking through Caribbean
661 Father ‘kidnaps’ son, jolts custody battle
662 Barbados appears disappointed with CCJ ruling in Myrie case
663 Trinidad scholar killed in Kenya massacre laid to rest
664 Robbery suspects turn themselves in
665 Barbados confirms one dead, four cases of H1N1 influenza
666 Roadways impassable as rains pelt Corporate Area
667 Justice Minister under attack prompted by violent robbery
668 Dominican Republic court ends citizenship of some residents
669 ‘Hoe Duur was de Suiker’ movie premieres in the Netherlands
670 President Ashe notes absence of disability rights from MDGs
671 Muslimeen leader blanks Commission of Inquiry
672 GDF rescues 10 fishermen attacked by pirates at sea
673 Operation Bahamas, Turks and Caicos interdicts 1,700 pounds of marijuana
674 Trinidad and Tobago places ban on wildlife hunting, increases penalties
675 Grenada implements Labour Force Survey
676 Trinis are the happiest people in the Caribbean
677 Jamaica opposition party to face leadership challenge
678 Blow to Bermuda tourism as Tucker's Point Resort goes into receivership
679 US Coast Guard seizes 3 tons of marijuana in Caribbean Sea
680 No price increase following removal of fuel subsidy - Caribbean Airlines
681 “Brutal rape” of 15 year old condemned by Jamaica govt
682 High time CARICOM discuss legalising marijuana - Gonsalves
683 Caribbean seeks to expand economy with Colombia as strategic investment partner
684 State oil company venturing into biofuel, sugar production
685 Relatives and friends of slain high school boy in shambles
686 Suriname’s most popular novel headlines Dutch Film Festival
687 Ex Minister takes magazine to court for writing he was corrupt
688 APNU intends to take President to court for not assenting to Bills
689 Sustainable energy a high priority for Small Island Developing States
690 Suriname commissions Coast Guard
691 Dino Bouterse faces life sentence as Desi Bouterse faces tough questions
692 Jamaica govt urged to legalise marijuana to improve economy
693 Govt moves closer to banning Styrofoam
694 Bright future for Dominica local content mobile apps
695 Caribbean makes progress in reducing child labour - ILO
696 Former premier becomes Bulgaria's oldest player
697 Disappointment expressed over lack of interest in Carifesta
698 Jamaica tries to cash in on post-Olympics brand
699 Over 3000 motorists arrested in Operation Compliance
700 Academy sets out to train Caribbean climate activists

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