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Caribbean Immigrant Who Recorded South Carolina Police Killing Honored

Share Tweet Dominican Republic-born Feidin Santana recorded the South Carolina police killing on an unarmed black man. News Americas, CHARLESTON, South Carolina, Tues. April 14, 2015: The Caribbean immigrant who used his smart phone to record the killing of unarmed civilian Walter Scott by former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer Michael Slager, has been honored by a LA group. The ...

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Caribbean Immigrant Who Recorded South Carolina Police Killing Honored

Share Tweet Dominican Republic-born Feidin Santana recorded the South Carolina police killing on an unarmed black man. News Americas, CHARLESTON, South Carolina, Tues. April 14, 2015: The Caribbean immigrant who used his smart phone to record the killing of unarmed civilian Walter Scott by former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer Michael Slager, has been honored by a LA group. The ...

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Mexican Jailed For Operating Large-Scale Human Smuggling Ring

Share Tweet News Americas SHREVEPORT, Louisiana, Tues. April 14, 2015:  A Mexican-born undocumented immigrant will spend the next 14 plus years of his life in jail for operating a large-scale human smuggling ring from his residence in Bossier City. The sentencing follows an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Shreveport and HSI Phoenix. Otoniel ...

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Not Everyone Applauds Obama Meeting With Cuba’s President

Share Tweet President Obama and Cuba’s Raul Castro, l. in Panama on April 11, 2015. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 13, 2015: Many here in the U.S. as well as across the Caribbean and Latin America may be cheering the historic meeting of U.S. President Obama and Cuba’s President Raul Castro over the weekend at the ATLAPA Convention ...

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Jamaican Pleads Guilty To International Lottery Scheme

Share Tweet News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Mon. April 13, 2015: A 28-year-old Jamaican national recently extradited to the United States in connection with the international lottery scheme has pleaded guilty. Damion Bryan Barrett, 28, who was extradited from Jamaica in February based on charges that he committed fraud as part of an international lottery scheme against elderly victims in ...

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Guatemalan Suspected Of Leading Fraudulent Document Ring Nabbed

Share Tweet Guatamalean Gilder Gustavo Garcia Cuyuch has been busted for allegedly leading a document ring. News Americas, GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala, Mon. April 13, 2015: A 25-year-old Guatemalan citizen suspected of leading a fraudulent document ring has been busted following a multi-agency investigation between Guatemalan authorities and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Attaché Office in ...

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President Obama’s Jamaica Townhall Remarks

Share Tweet President Obama at a townhall forum in Kingston, Jamaica on April 9, 2015. News Americas, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. April 9, 2015: President Barack Obama this afternoon met with young leaders in Jamaica and from across the Caribbean in Kingston at the University of the West Indies for a townhall meeting. Following is his full remarks as well as the ...

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President Obama’s Jamaica Townhall Remarks

Share Tweet President Obama at a townhall forum in Kingston, Jamaica on April 9, 2015. News Americas, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. April 9, 2015: President Barack Obama this afternoon met with young leaders in Jamaica and from across the Caribbean in Kingston at the University of the West Indies for a townhall meeting. Following is his full remarks as well as the ...

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President Obama Speaks Jamaican Patois

Share Tweet President Obama left Jamaica at 6 p.m. EST on April 9, 2015. News Americas, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. April 9, 2015: President Obama turned Jamaican for a day Thursday as he opened his remarks at the University of the West Indies town-hall forum in Kingston, Jamaica with Jamaican patois. “Greetings, massive!  Wah gwaan, Jamaica?,” he began, to loud applause. ...

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President Obama Speaks Jamaican Patois

Share Tweet President Obama left Jamaica at 6 p.m. EST on April 9, 2015. News Americas, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. April 9, 2015: President Obama turned Jamaican for a day Thursday as he opened his remarks at the University of the West Indies town-hall forum in Kingston, Jamaica with Jamaican patois. “Greetings, massive!  Wah gwaan, Jamaica?,” he began, to loud applause. ...

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