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701 For investors, Haiti still a tough environment
702 Rainforest unveils more unknown animal species
703 Guyana police investing death of gay young man
704 Suriname puts on spectacular show as CARIFESTA XI opens-
705 Unemployment now at 16.3% in Jamaica
706 LIAT warns of further disruption to schedule
707 US accused of hypocrisy towards the Caribbean with sugar policy
708 Arts, culture to solar energy at Carifesta XI in Suriname
709 NCU freezes tuition for new school year
710 Five killed in car crash
711 Amaila Falls Project remains in jeopardy
712 Scotia Jamaica appoints first woman president and CEO
713 Miss Dominica is Caribbean Queen
714 Twelve murders recorded over Trinidad long weekend
715 Pastor condemns killing of teenage cross-dresser, man at church altar
716 Sugar dispute still unresolved
717 US detains 84 Haitians abandoned by smugglers
718 WHO urges region to take action against hepatitis
719 Haiti holds mid-year Carnival-like fest
720 Study reveals Caribbean lizards show evolution is predictable
721 Ramotar urges unity on Guyana hydro project
722 US congresswoman welcomes plans to aid undocumented Caribbean immigrants
723 Haiti cholera epidemic caused by UN, say experts
724 Barbados plans to revive tourism industry unveiled
725 Caribbean needs more local digital content
726 Two brothers accused of raping five, including 8-year-old girl, acquitted
727 Legendary filmmaker Neema Barnette takes Antigua Lit Fest Beyond the Screen
728 Jamaican Government is ‘lifting up’ children through positive action
729 Hundreds poisoned in DR compensated
730 Cars burned as security forces, illegal miners clash
731 Health Minister says hospital blunder will be investigated
732 Mixed, surprising outcome of smoking ban reported
733 US scientists warn of aggressive lionfish spread in the Caribbean
734 Olympic Gardens girl tops GSAT
735 Homeless population spikes in Puerto Rico
736 Barbados economy contracts during first half of the year
737 Storm Chantal breaks apart in Caribbean, but threatens rain
738 Tropical Storm Chantal heads for Dominican Republic, Haiti
739 Venezuela offers continued assistance to the Caribbean
740 Mystery shrouds death of youngster in Jamaica
741 Thousands protest against government
742 Jamaica to invest over $1billion in tourism projects upgrades
743 Six arrested in gun, ammo bust
744 Reaching out to at-risk boys
745 Rush for Bernard Lodge houses
746 Coast Guard boats arrive in Suriname
747 Jamaica to help African state deal with teenage pregnancy
748 3 dead, 2 injured as police, gunmen clash downtown
749 Brazil to help Suriname army with more armoured vehicles
750 Fifty-two children exposed to sexual crimes in one month
751 MP wants $110-million compensation for Tivoli
752 Fear that slum will replace earthquake camps in Haiti
753 President criticised for claiming sole plane for China state visit
754 Canada to send peace keeping troops to Haiti
755 LIAT takes possession of first aircraft in US$100 million re-fleeting exercise
756 St. Lucia is a “success story” for managing risk of landslides
757 High-tech ganja farm found on church-owned property
758 Concern over Antigua youth in dangerous gang activity
759 Gov't working with hackers; moves to boost cyber security
760 Two out of three people face hunger as Haiti woes mount
761 Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell speaks out on the future of LIAT
762 Fly Jamaica cleared to fly Georgetown to NY
763 Jamaica project to address underachievement in boys
764 Under Attack: police shot at 331 times since January
765 Cayman Islands say more Cuban migrant boats spotted in its waters
766 Increase in gastro cases trigger worry
767 Trinidad increases surveillance on travellers to and from Venezuela
768 China US$3-billion concessionary facility to some Caricom Countries
769 21,000 leave to Canada in 10 yrs
770 Award-winning Jamaican top cop charged with rape
771 Geological problems cause suspension of oil exploration
772 Gonsalves requests talks with Kamla to discuss fuel subsidy
773 Jamaica aims to improve against cyber attacks
774 Barbados forming revenue authority
775 US $28.1 million pledged to support cholera elimination in Haiti and DR
776 New Cayman Islands Goverment sworn in
777 Guyana must pass anti-money laundering legislation by Nov.
778 Vendor beheaded downtown Kingston
779 US vice president and CARICOM leaders talks "frank and cordial"
780 Dominica will soon join Caribbean Court of Justice
781 Suriname announces new national holiday
782 Justice Minister pledges to care for baby born in his driveway
783 Fire on Royal Caribbean cruise ship cuts short Bahamas trip
784 Boy, 14, stabbed to death at school
785 Haiti’s ex-slaves demand land and mule from France
786 Antigua, Barbuda to benefit from major economic project
787 Poll says Bouterse popularity soaring in young Surinamers
788 Canadian businessman on trial in Cuban corruption crackdown
789 Sun returns to Suriname, but troubles not over yet
790 Cabinet approves action on children in detention
791 As renewed Haiti cholera crisis looms, UN blamed for inadequate effort
792 OECS upgrading agriculture health and food safety systems
793 Foundation threatens to force apology for slavery
794 US indicts American for conspiracy in Haitian immigrants visa case
795 President apologies to opposition leader
796 World Bank: Caribbean to be among areas dominating global investment
797 Crime now at uptown doorsteps while some hot spots cooled
798 Regional foreign ministers disappointed at Guatemala position on border dispute
799 Racism monitor to sue over French bank's Haiti 'plunder'
800 Suriname looks into solar for remote communities

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