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Dominican Republic Immigrants Lead Naturalized US Citizens List

Dominican Republic Immigrants Lead Naturalized US Citizens List
Newly sworn in as a US citizens, Alvaro Lopez, left, originally from Colombia, and Carlos Jose Leonardo, right, originally from the Dominican Republic, celebrate after taking the oath of citizenship during a ceremony for new US citizens February 16, 2017 in Newark, New Jersey. Eighty-nine applicants...

Caribbean Business: 9 Caribbean Countries That Have Seen A Drop Off Of Foreign Investments

Caribbean Business: 9 Caribbean Countries That Have Seen A Drop Off Of Foreign Investments
By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 18, 2017: At least five Caribbean countries recorded a net positive increase in foreign direct investments last year but nine saw a definite drop off. News Americas Now analysis show they are: 1: Jamaica Jamaica’s tourism sector may be growing...

Meet The Caribbean Roots Athletes Of The Winning British Teams At IAAF 2017

Meet The Caribbean Roots Athletes Of The Winning British Teams At IAAF 2017
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake of Great Britain, who helped claim gold in the Men’s 4×100 Relay final during day nine of the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships London 2017 at The London Stadium on August 12, 2017 in London, United Kingdom, roots run to Jamaica. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty...

Caribbean High Schoolers Compete In First Global Robotics Challenge

Caribbean High Schoolers Compete In First Global Robotics Challenge
Published on Jul 17 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, News, Top Stories
Team Guyana at the first global robotics challenge in D.C. won three rounds of competition Monday. (Mark Benschop image) By NAN Contributor News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Tues. July 18, 2017: Several high schoolers from across the Caribbean are competing in The first international robot Olympics. The...

Guyana: 8 Prisoners Remain At Large After Fire

Guyana: 8 Prisoners Remain At Large After Fire
Published on Jul 11 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Guyana, News, Top Stories
Some prisoners in Guyana set fire to the Camp Street jail in Georgetown on July 10, 2017. (Guyana Police Force Facebook image) By NAN Contributor News Americas, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Weds. July 12, 2017: Eight convicts remain on the lam after a prison riot and fire that razed the Guyana prison on Camp...

6 Caribbean Countries Listed As Most Dangerous

6 Caribbean Countries Listed As Most Dangerous
By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 7, 2017: The Global Peace Index Report for 2017 is out and five countries in the Caribbean and one CARICOM nation in South America have made the list as the six most dangerous in the entire region. The report compiled by the Institute for Economics...

Guyana Born Murder Accused Remanded To NY Prison

Guyana Born Murder Accused Remanded To NY Prison
Marcus Bisram of the Marcus Brian Bisram Foundation is accused of murdering a Guyanese carpenter. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, QUEENS, NY, Thurs. July 6, 2017: A 27-year-old Queens-based, Guyana national has been remanded to prison following his appearance in Brooklyn federal Court Wednesday on...

16 Caribbean Born Players In Major League Soccer You Should Know

16 Caribbean Born Players In Major League Soccer You Should Know
Warren Creavalle of the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer, was born in Guyana. Compiled By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 16, 2017: As we continue our celebration of National Caribbean American Heritage Month and the contribution of Caribbean immigrants to the fabric...

Guyanese New Yorkers To Mark Country’s 51st Independence Anniversary

Guyanese New Yorkers To Mark Country’s 51st Independence Anniversary
New Guyana President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, witness the hoisting of the Golden Arrowhead at the wreath laying ceremony in observance of Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary on May 26, 2016. (GINA IMAGE) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. May 25,...

Canada’s Government Warns Of Crime In These Caribbean Cities

Canada’s Government Warns Of Crime In These Caribbean Cities
By NAN Contributor News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Weds. May 24, 2017: The Canadian government is warning nationals to be wary of crime when traveling to a number of Caribbean cities. The updated May 19th warning comes on the heels of a new Inter-American Bank study that says an average of 40 percent...