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Royal Caribbean cruise returning early after hundreds of passengers get sick



PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. — Two-hundred-seventy-seven passengers and crew members aboard the Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas cruise ship …
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IMF says a “global bank” is returning to the Caribbean but will not say which one


By Youri Kemp
Caribbean News Now associate editor
youri@caribbeannewsnow.com

WASHINGTON, USA — In a post published last week by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on its website, the IMF’s general counsel, Rhoda Weeks-Brown, claimed that a global bank that had left the Caribbean due to correspondent banking concerns had recently decided to come back and re-engage the Caribbean but gave no details of the name of the bank, which Caribbean country it left, or any other particulars of the nature of business or anything that would substantiate the claims in the statement.

The published piece, titled: “Cleaning Up: Countries are advancing efforts to stop criminals from laundering their trillions”, Weeks-Brown wrote: “And in the Caribbean, where the withdrawal of…

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Cruise returning to Florida early after Norovirus outbreak…



PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. – Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is returning to a Florida port a day early and giving passengers full refunds of their fare after 277 guests and crew members were hit with an outbreak of Norovirus as it sailed to Jamaica.

Cruise line spokesman Owen Torres said, “We think the right thing to do is get everyone home early rather than have guests worry about their health.”

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NFL’s Jashell Mitchell returning to Flint for African American Film Series


By Jake May | jmay2@mlive.com | Posted January 09, 2019 at 06:09 PM | Updated January 09, 2019 at 07:07 PM

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Artwork Taken From Africa, Returning to a Home Transformed


When Emmanuel Macron, the French president, told students in Burkina Faso in 2017 that he wanted to see a “temporary or permanent restitution” of African art in French collections, no one in the museum world could be sure whether it would happen. Then came publication on Nov. 21 of a blockbuster report, written for Mr. Macron by Bénédicte Savoy of France and Felwine Sarr of Senegal, which calls for the return of possibly thousands of works of art. Suddenly, the door was opening to what could be the largest shake-up ever of European museums with objects acquired during the colonial era.

Mr. Macron’s office then announced the return “without delay” to Benin of 26 sculptures in the collection of the Musée du Quai Branly, which holds more than two-thirds of France’s 90,000 African…

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Caribbean Currents: The dream of returning home has become a nightmare for some



According to Caribbean news reports these crimes are happening in the rural parts of the islands far away from the all-inclusive luxury hotels where …
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