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CARIBWORLDNEWS DAILY EDITION, Vol. 5 #1,686
June 8, 2009

 


Thousands Gather To Say Goodbye To Popular Haitian Priest

CaribWorldNews, MIAMI, FL, Mon. June 8, 2009: Mourners wearing buttons and T-shirts with the words `The Struggle Continues` filled a Miami church to overflow Saturday to bid adieu to popular Haitian priest and activist, Father Gerard Jean-Juste.


Caribbean Swine Flu Rate Now Close To 50
 

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 8, 2009: Swine flu rate in the Caribbean is growing with the region recording its first death on Friday and the current rate now put at 49.


Cops Appeal For Information In Murder Of South Jersey-Based Guyanese

CaribWorldNews, NEWARK, NJ, Mon. June 8, 2009: Police in Carney Point New Jersey are appealing for informants in the murder of a 30-year-old Guyanese.


Caribbean Governments Renew Caribbean Catastrophe Insurance

CaribWorldNews, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mon. June 8, 2009: Sixteen Caribbean governments have renewed their Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance policies.


D.C. Caribbean Carnival, Inc. And CaribID Become 2010 Census Partners

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Mon. June 8, 2009: As the 2010 Census approaches and the Seventeenth Annual Caribbean Carnival Extravaganza marks the beginning of the summer, the D.C. Caribbean Carnival and CaribID are partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau to ensure that everyone is counted.


Soca King Machel Montano For NY Performance

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. June 8, 2009: Trinidad and Tobago Soca king, Machel Montano, is set to `light it up` at Radio City Music Hall this weekend.


T & T Loses To Costa Rica

CaribWorldNews, BACOLET, Tobago, Mon. June 8, 2009: Celso Borges scored two second-half goals and lifted Costa Rica to a 3-2 victory over Trinidad & Tobago on Saturday, giving the Ticos command of the final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.


West Indies Cricketers Secure Sensational Win

CaribWorldNews, LONDON, England, Mon. June 8, 2009: West Indies captain Chris Gayle displayed his awesome power as the West Indies recorded a sensational victory by seven wickets over Australia in their opening match in the International Cricket Council's World Twenty20 Tournament on Saturday.


Jamaican, TandT Runners Fall To U.S. At Prefontaine Classic

CaribWorldNews, EUGENE, Oregon, Mon. June 8, 2009: Jamaican and Trinidadian athletes failed to record a win at the 2009 Prefontaine Classic in Oregon Sunday, with the U.S. again proving their dominance.


 

 


 
 

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