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Married Englewood doctors accused of hiding millions overseas – WZVN-TV

Married Englewood doctors accused of hiding millions overseasWZVN-TVAccording to the indictment, Drs. David Leon Fredrick and Patricia Lynn Hough, served on the Board of Directors of two Caribbean-based medical schools. One of them is located on Saba, ...

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TRAVEL: There’s more to Aruba than just sun, sea and sand – This is Somerset


TRAVEL: There's more to Aruba than just sun, sea and sand
This is Somerset
In soothing tones, yoga teacher Rachel Brathen said: "And then lift your right leg and extend it out behind you. Then, when you have your balance, try lifting your left arm and reaching out in front of you." In soothing tones, yoga teacher Rachel ...

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Overseas voting snubbed in 25 countries – Sun.Star

Gulf TodayOverseas voting snubbed in 25 countriesSun.StarThese Filipinos are located in Colombia, Netherlands Antilles, Suriname, Venezuela, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina,...

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No overseas Filipino votes from 25 countries – Philippine Star

Gulf TodayNo overseas Filipino votes from 25 countriesPhilippine StarThese posts cover 25 countries including Colombia, Netherlands Antilles, Suriname, Venezuela, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Panama, Ecuador, PEru, Bulgaria, B...

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Colombia Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of The Free Trade Agreement … – Wall Street Journal (press release)

Colombia Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of The Free Trade Agreement ...Wall Street Journal (press release)In addition, the event will include 70 companies from 12 Caribbean islands representing Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaic...

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Colombia Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of The Free Trade Agreement … – PR Newswire (press release)

Colombia Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of The Free Trade Agreement ...PR Newswire (press release)In addition, the event will include 70 companies from 12 Caribbean islands representing Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puert...

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Olympic Ban Hurting Indian Athletes – Wall Street Journal (India) (blog)


Wall Street Journal (India) (blog)

Olympic Ban Hurting Indian Athletes
Wall Street Journal (India) (blog)
Athletes from the Netherlands Antilles, which was dissolved in 2010, were also permitted to compete at the London Games as independent Olympians. Sporting bodies are hoping it doesn't come to this for Indian athletes. Manisha Malhotra, chief executive ...

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