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801 Heavy rains wreak havoc in Suriname
802 Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago on US copyright watchlist
803 Haiti streamlines giving of reconstruction funds
804 CAL board fired by Trinidad Govt
805 Governor-General heads to People’s Republic of China
806 Cuba readies trials of Western businessmen
807 Haiti authorities warn not to be complacent about cholera
808 ‘Miracle baby’ born at Sando hospital
809 Largest blue marlin caught in Tobago International
810 Police records 36 murders thus far
811 Sandspring optimistic about Toroparu mine development
812 OAS urges strengthening of transparency in financing
813 Jamaican cyclist jailed in Trinidad
814 New minimum wage is $35,000
815 Minister seeks public support for smoking ban
816 ‘Ticking’ luggage grounds CAL flight in Miami, FL
817 Portia confident of support on CCJ
818 Opposition places Guyana on verge of sanctions over Money Laundering Laws
819 St. Lucia jolted by 4.1 magnitude earthquake
820 Justice Minister: Excessive search of Suriname Airways flight lawful
821 Haiti: Ban on protests day of Aristide hearing
822 Reading is a 'Man Ting'
823 Sandbags being stockpiled as more spring tides loom
824 New York police accused of manufacturing misdemeanours for Caribbean immigrants
825 Suspect arrested in attack on Jamaican PM’s brother
826 Guyana signs US $130M rice deal with Venezuela
827 Man stabbed after attempting to rape
828 More money needed to fight cholera in Haiti, experts say
829 NFPB now national authority for sexual, reproductive health
830 Cholera cases down but disease still deadly in Haiti
831 Caribbean to benefit from US immigration reforms
832 T&T govt moves to amend criminal libel legislation
833 CARICOM appeals for continued international funds to combat AIDS
834 British overseas territories sign deal to curb tax evasion
835 Caribbean must seek reparations for slavery
836 Suriname oil company signs deal with Malaysia
837 CARICOM stands firmly with Antigua in gaming dispute
838 Caribbean on alert after 20 die in China from bird flu outbreak
839 Cocaine found on CAL flight
840 Stepfather, who murdered teen captured by citizens
841 Haiti's PM reaffirms commitment to universal human rights for all Haitians
842 Barbados makes strides against human trafficking with arrests
843 719 children reported missing since the start of this year
844 Give students condoms says HIV activist Sheryl Lee Ralph
845 Guysuco on path to failure once again
846 National Assembly chair wants domestic violence addressed
847 Suriname scraps much-debated hydroelectric energy project
848 Police say Puerto Rico officers ending sickout
849 Fundraising for slavery monument is underway
850 Jamaica security firm employees detained in major drug bust
851 Former TCI premier among 11 to trial
852 Trinidad's national security minister, ex-FIFA official Warner quits - official
853 Gov't installing platform for Island-wide CCTV coverage
854 St Lucia civil servants accept wage freeze
855 Protest continues over radio, cable licences
856 Haiti renames airport after late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez
857 Coach among two missing, feared dead in accident
858 Former Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick rearrested in Brazil
859 Britain targets two Caribbean banks
860 ‘Strange package’ forces plane to return to airport
861 Finance minister says budget cuts could harm Guyana’s development
862 St Lucia police praised by PM after three held for robbing tourists
863 Man 93 brutally murdered and robbed at his home
864 Trinidad clears the air on reducing flights to Jamaica
865 Gunmen rob more than 50 cruise ship passengers
866 Guyanese boyfriend, baby killed in murder suicide
867 Jamaica govt may withdraw Air Jamaica brand from CAL
868 Guyana President summons opposition to budget talks
869 Jamaica Labour Party ‘alarmed’ by minister’s statement on crime
870 Opposition-proposed Budget cuts termed ‘constitutional vulgarity’
871 Parliament gives green light for new gold mining deal
872 Gunmen hit Shell plant using five fuel tankers
873 Caribbean Airlines cutting back on flights, Jamaica first
874 More changes in Haiti’s young, inexperienced government
875 St. Lucia and Africa strengthening ties
876 Drug traffickers warned to stay away from the gold industry
877 CCJ stays judgment in discrimination claim
878 Haiti communications minister resigns, 2nd cabinet member to step down
879 Haiti finance minister resigns, cites lack of support for decision
880 Suriname to crack down on people with dual nationality
881 Police officer charged with human-trafficking
882 Damages sought in Myrie case approaching Barbados $ 1M
883 No-show for swearing-in
884 Hunting incidents leave two dead, one injured
885 St. Lucia workers on streets to demand wage increase
886 Former drug control director extradited
887 Trial date set for Haitian voodo case
888 Final CCJ sitting on Myrie case in T&T on Monday
889 Drug trafficking boom predicted as Latin America cracks down
890 Speaker orders suggestive racist remarks deleted from record
891 MP wants probe into human-smuggling
892 US reviewing solitary confinement cases involving Caribbean detainees
893 Stakeholders calling on parliamentarians to let good sense prevail on budget priorities
894 Jamaica Gov't tables $520.88b budget
895 Police deny civil servants permission to march
896 UN urges Caribbean countries to keep the millennium promise
897 Ryan crime report: Soca music breeding criminals
898 Lawsuit filed against Jamaican nurse by relatives of her dead husband
899 Guyana’s airport expansion likely to cost US$150mil
900 Concern mounts over the future of CAL’s Jamaican operations

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