Central America Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Rowley, Trump Pledge To Deepen T&T/US TiesRead the original story

    Yesterday | WINN FM 98.9

    Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and United States President Donald Trump yesterday agreed that both administrations will continue to strengthen the relationship which exists between the two countries. In a release yesterday, the Office of the Prime Minister said the pledge came after Rowley had a conversation with Trump around 4.40 pm yesterday.

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  2. Pittsburghers head to Cuba to encourage trade, boxing and tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    About 65 Pittsburghers were boarding a charter flight to Havana from Pittsburgh International Airport this morning, with plans including everything from boxing to trade deals. A group of amateur boxers from Pittsburgh is ready for a Wednesday afternoon rematch in Pinar del Rio of the bouts on the Roberto Clemente Bridge last July, which the Cubans took 7-4.

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  3. Diamondrock Hospitality Company (DRH) Set to Announce Quarterly Earnings on WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IntersportsWire

    Diamondrock Hospitality Company is scheduled to be announcing its Q416 earnings results on Wednesday, February 22nd. Analysts expect the company to announce earnings of $0.11 per share and revenue of $210.85 million for the quarter.

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  4. President Obama to Join the National Tour Cast of 'Hamilton: An American Musical'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Nexus

    Former President Barack Obama has been enjoying his time off since leaving the White House. Vacation photos have shown him kitesurfing at the British Virgin Islands and relaxing with his family.

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  5. Activists forge ahead in violence-plagued Honduras cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Blade

    RenA MartA nez was president of Comunidad Gay Sampedrana, an LGBT advocacy group in San Pedro Sula, a city in northwest Honduras, in June 2016. He was also running an outreach center in the city's ChamelecA3n neighborhood through Youth Alliance Honduras, an organization that is part of an anti-violence program the U.S. Agency for International Development helped to develop.

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  6. How to watch Honduras vs Antigua and Barbuda in the 2017 CONCACAF...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Once A Metro

    Honduras didn't have the most convincing win over Canada in the opening game of the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship , but the win's the thing in tournament play: 1-0 is as much worth three points as any other victory. The Hondurans will hope to add another three points today, all but clinching their place in the next round of the competition.

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  7. You should visit Alaska nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Rising sea levels, air pollution, and deforestation are hurting the planet. What you know the world to look like today may be completely different than what your grandchildren and their kids could see in the future.

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  8. Haitian prison where inmates live in filthy conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    'I am coping': Emotional Angelina Jolie speaks for the first time about 'difficult' split from Brad and insists 'we'll always be a family' Three former Team USA gymnasts come forward to describe their horrifying sexual abuse at the hands of the team doctor as he faces trial - and say they stayed silent out of fear of their tyrannical trainers Trump is set to SOFTEN his immigration ban: New executive order will exempt green card holders and dual citizens but target the SAME Muslim countries Does Trump have 'cabin fever'? Report claims the President is complaining that living cooped up in the White House is giving him headaches 'The Earth is flat.

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  9. John Craven sails the Caribbean searching for iguanasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    As I stepped ashore, the setting was perfect - a small, uninhabited Caribbean island bathed in sunshine, with an emerald sea caressing its golden beaches, wooded hills, caves to explore, and even the prospect of finding treasure. Back in 1750, the same year as the one on Jim Hawkins's treasure map in the famous story, a Welsh pirate called Owen Lloyd buried more than 50 chests of silver bars and pieces-of-eight on the island after raiding a Spanish galleon.

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  10. Prosecutors say malnutrition killing inmates in Haiti jailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WRAL.com

    The corpse of an inmate who died miserably of malnutrition is shrouded beneath a plastic tarp. Elsewhere, prisoners are crammed shoulder-to-shoulder in cellblocks so overcrowded they have to sleep in makeshift hammocks suspended from the ceiling or squeeze four to a bunk.

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  11. The Monday Moorning News DigestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vital Football

    Get up-to-date with the latest at Solihull Moors, as we catch-up with the news from the last week. THE NEWS FROM VITAL SOLIHULL MOORS: Moors duo included in NLP's Team of the Day: Solihull Moors duo Nathan Baxter and Regan Charles-Cook have been included in the Non-League Paper's National League Team of the Day after Saturday's win at home to Sutton United.

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  12. Copa Holdings, S.A. (CPA) Upgraded to "B" by TheStreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Several other research analysts also recently weighed in on CPA. Deutsche Bank AG raised shares of Copa Holdings, from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $105.00 target price on the stock in a research report on Wednesday, November 9th.

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  13. Miller defends decision to hold back brilliant PowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    Nikita Miller, the Jamaica Scorpions captain, has defended his team's tactics after they went down by 59 runs to Barbados Pride at Coolidge Cricket Ground in Saturday's final of the Regional Super50 tournament. The Pride, powered by Shai Hope's brilliant 101 and Captain Jason Holder's swashbuckling 69, piled up a competitive 271-9 in the 50-over-a-side day/night encounter.

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  14. Gov't funds LAMP land titling project through 2017/18Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    Concerns raised by Opposition Senator Sophia Fraser Binns about the possible "disbanding" of the government's Land Administration and Management Programme , have been dispelled in the 2017/18 Estimates of Expenditure. According to the estimates, tabled in Parliament on February 9, the government has budgeted $216 million to meet the administrative expenses of LAMP in 2017/18.

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  15. Health should be a major factor in assessing potential leaders - EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    Advocates for "renewal" in the People's National Party were mostly careful to avoid specific reference to the age of Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller and a few of her close allies in the aftermath of the February 2016 parliamentary elections. That tricky issue of age also arose as some questioned the suitability of the otherwise eminently qualified Dr Peter Phillips as Mrs Simpson Miller's successor.

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  16. The real a Portia EffectaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    In her rage, she went off script and emptied her political soul" My view is that she has finally decided to vent her feelings over 40 years of less than welcoming behaviour by various factions in this country. I have been observing, and when I read between the lines and assessed the body language of Jamaicans at different times, our attitude toward her can be described as impudent, uncivil, pert, flippant, aweless, impious, contumelious, nervy, presumptive, saucy, and salty.

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  17. Marietta couple experiences Costa Rica from their bicyclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Marietta Times

    Whenever you decide to leave the cold winter weather to go somewhere that's warmer, you face the prospect of being delayed by that aforementioned cold winter weather. My husband Joe and I booked a trip to Costa Rica for the end of January.

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  18. Time to change Road March competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    I would like to kindly appeal to the National Carnival Commission to seriously do something about the Road March competition. For quite some time, the competition has been narrowed down to a one-man or two-person show and it has now become extremely boring and repetitive.

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  19. Tourism: Your Choice Starts NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    Twenty five years ago the Bahamas banned longliner fishing vessels-a prime cause of the unintentional by-catch of sharks-and took stewardship over its fisheries. In 2011 a shark sanctuary was declared when commercial shark fishing and all trade in shark meat and products prohibited.

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  20. The Latest: Trump invites Panama, Trinidad-Tobago leadersRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Madison Press

    President Donald Trump discussed what the White House calls "shared priorities" in phone calls to the leaders of Panama and the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. In statements late Sunday, the White House says Trump spoke to President Juan Carlos Varela of Panama and Prime Minister Keith Rowley of Trinidad and Tobago.

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