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US Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean

Consortium News 23 Jul 2021
Osmond Watson, Jamaica, “City Life,” 1968 ... countries (The Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago) ... demanded that Iran cancel the movement of its ships to Venezuela in June ahead of the U.S.-sponsored military exercise.
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Washington Beats the Drum of Regime Change, but Cuba Responds to Its Own Revolutionary Rhythm

Dissident Voice 22 Jul 2021
Osmond Watson (Jamaica), City Life, 1968 ... (The Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago). In a show of force, the US demanded that Iran cancel the movement of its ships to Venezuela in June ahead of the US-sponsored military exercise.
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Asheville chefs share memories and recipes for global grilling

Mountain Xpress 20 Jul 2021
Local chef Millicent Johnson says that back home in Jamaica, people made their own grills using materials at hand ... is really good but never as good as it was back in Jamaica.” ... Johnson says she makes her jerk fresh, with a few specific ingredients shipped to her from Jamaica.
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Jamaica wants £7 BILLION compensation from UK for Britain's involvement in slave trade over hundreds ...

The Daily Mail 13 Jul 2021
An estimated 600,000 Africans were shipped to toil in Jamaica, according to the National Library of Jamaica ... Seized from Spain by the British in 1655, Jamaica was a British colony until it became independent in 1962 ... An estimated 600,000 Africans were shipped to toil in Jamaica, according to the National Library of Jamaica.
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Jamaica to ask UK for billions in ‘well overdue’ reparations over slave trade

New York Post 13 Jul 2021
Jamaica plans to ask the UK to pay billions in compensation for the centuries-old slave trade in the former British colony, a senior government official has announced ... An estimated 600,000 Africans were shipped to toil in Jamaica, according to the National Library of Jamaica.
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Jamaica planning to seek billions from UK as compensation for slave trade

ITV 12 Jul 2021
Jamaica is planning to seek billions of pounds in compensation from Britain for the role the former colony played in the trans-Atlantic slave trade ... The National Library of Jamaica estimates around 600,000 African slaves were shipped to the island ... Jamaica is seeking billions in compensation Credit.
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Jamaica plans to seek reparations from Britain over slavery

Canoe 12 Jul 2021
KINGSTON — Jamaica plans to ask Britain for compensation for the Atlantic slave trade in the former British colony, a senior government official said, under a petition that could seek billions of pounds in reparations ... An estimated 600,000 Africans were shipped to toil in Jamaica, according to the National Library of Jamaica.
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National Trust rebels demand members should be given veto over the appointment of the new ...

The Daily Mail 02 Jul 2021
As an executor and trustee of two plantations in Jamaica, Charles received £4,660 for 543 enslaved people ... At the time of his death, he was the owner of 1,500 enslaved men and women in Jamaica ... Many of these products were exported to Africa, stocking ships he owned that transported enslaved Africans to Jamaica, Barbados and Carolina.
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UK campaigners slam delays in Windrush compensation

The New Arab 23 Jun 2021
Many of those impacted by the scandal, which first emerged publicly in 2017, were descendants of people on the Empire Windrush ship which travelled from Jamaica to the UK after the British government encouraged post-war migration from British colonies and promised migrants the same rights to live and work as UK citizens ... ....
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Jeremiah Campbell's labour of love

Jamaica Observer 20 Jun 2021
DESPITE emigrating to South Florida 32 years ago, Jamaica has never been far from broadcaster Jeremiah Campbell's thoughts ... The items, worth nearly $2 million, were acquired by Campbell and distributed through a partnership with Laparkan Shipping Company, the Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and Food for the Poor.
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Dennis Shipping sails in to JAAA's rescue

Jamaica Observer 15 Jun 2021
Dennis Shipping became the latest financial supporter of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) when the company made a $1-million donation to assist with the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA)/JAAA Olympic Destiny Series and the National Championships recently ... Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere.
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BREVARD HISTORY: Last Naval Battle of American Revolution Fought Near Cape Canaveral March 10, 1783

Space Coast Daily 14 Jun 2021
Barry fought the last sea battle of the Revolutionary War off the coast of Cape Canaveral, which also marked the last battle fought by a Continental Navy ship, the USS Alliance ... The ships left Havana on March 6 and sailed partway with a Spanish and French fleet that was making its way to Jamaica.
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CDC announces changes to mask requirements for vaccinated cruise passengers

News & Record 03 Jun 2021
In August, Norwegian Cruise Line plans to launch six-night cruises on its Norwegian Joy ship from Montego Bay, Jamaica, visiting its private beach in Belize, Roatán, Honduras, Cozumel, Mexico and Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and six-night cruises on its Norwegian Gem ship from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, visiting Barbados, St ... Will ships sail full?.
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