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Hawaii holds off defending champ Aruba – Bangor Daily News

Hawaii holds off defending champ ArubaBangor Daily NewsBANGOR — Three relievers hurled 3⅓ innings of three-hit scoreless ball and Chayce Kaaua had a pair of singles and scored a pair of runs as Hilo, Hawaii, held on for a 4-3 victory over defending...

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Reggae and Wine a great combination – Jamaica Observer

Reggae and Wine a great combinationJamaica ObserverIt was all about fine wine and great reggae/dancehall music at Cinnamon Hill, Rose Hall Montego Bay last Saturday. At the inaugural staging of the International Wine Festival it was ...

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COMPLANT wasting no time – Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica GleanerCOMPLANT wasting no timeJamaica GleanerIn addition, COMPLANT, through its Jamaican subsidiary, Pan Caribbean Sugar Company, has already ordered materials and spare parts valued at US$20 million (J$1.7 billion) to restore and upgrade the ...

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Rihanna’s Early Morning Work-Outs – Contactmusic.com

Rihanna's Early Morning Work-OutsContactmusic.comRihanna is so devoted to staying in shape, she sometimes gets up extra early to fit in a work-out at 4am. The 'California King Bed' hitmaker is so determined to stay in shape at all times, sh...

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Bridge City junior softball drops second pool play game at Junior League … – Beaumont Enterprise

Bridge City junior softball drops second pool play game at Junior League ...Beaumont EnterpriseBridge City (1-1) will play Curacao (1-0) in the Netherlands Antilles at 12:45 pm today and then finish pool play at 3:45 pm Thursday against Utrecht, Nether...

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U.S. Man To Remain Jailed In Aruba

News Americas, Oranjestad, Aruba, Tues. Aug. 16, 2011: A 50-year-old American man has been ordered held for an additional 16 days in jail in Aruba as investigators on the island probe the disappearance of a woman who had traveled with him there. Aruban prosecutors argued to a judge Monday that Robyn Gardner, 35, might be the victim of foul play ...

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Bolivian Indians Protest Highway

News Americas, La Paz, Bolivia, Tues. Aug. 16, 2011: Bolivian Indians are marching to La Paz to protest a government plan to build a 300 km highway through the Amazon rain forest. The Indians, indigenous to the Amazon plains, are protesting the plan, saying the road would be built through the Isiboro Secure indigenous territory and national park. The $420 ...

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Google To Spend Billions In New Buy

News Americas, LOS ANGELES, CA, Tues. Aug. 16, 2011: Digital media giant Google is set to spend$12.5 billion in a new purchase. The cash soaked company announced a deal Monday to acquire phone maker Motorola Mobility. The move, according to Google, will allow them to “supercharge” the company’s Android operating system. The deal will give Google an intellectual property library ...

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Trinidad Cops Strike

News Americas, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Tues. Aug. 16, 2011: Almost a quarter of Trinidad and Tobago police officers downed arms yesterday. The cops want more than a 5 percent pay raise offered by the Kamla Persad-Bissessar administration and joined in a one-day strike Monday in Port-Of-Spain. Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs said the largest number of officers who struck were assigned to ...

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