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Woman killed, man on the run

NewsdayTHE man who beheaded Rosie Nanan failed in a second attempt yesterday to end his life.
After killing the 39-year-old woman, the man walked into the front porch, climbed unto the banister, and tied a rope to a rafter where he attempted to hang himself.. But his plan fell through......

Carib Indigenous Languages on Webpage|Prensa Latina

Prensa LatinaKingston, Nov 9 (Prensa Latina) UNESCO and the West Indies University have launched a website aimed at preserving over 20 Caribbean indigenous languages.
"Those languages must be preserved if we want to safeguard a significant human heritage," emphasized Hubbert Devonish language University professor when talking about the outstanding www.mona.uvi.edu launched Wednesday.

New Caribbean Newspaper search

Sometimes you may be looking for a particular news story. Or you may just be checking many stories on a particular subject.The caribbean newspaper search is a specialized search that searches all the caribbean newspapers and a select other sites that report specifically on the caribbean.

The results for this search are very specific to caribbean news so you are much more likely to find what you are looking for.Hope you enjoy it.

Caribbean Net News: Strike action weakening already fragile sugar industry, says Guyana official

Caribbean Net News: Strike action weakening already fragile sugar industry, says Guyana official: "GEORGETOWN, Guyana (GINA): Head of Guyana's Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon, on Thursday conveyed the government’s disappointment over the recent industrial action by employees of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GUYSUCO)."

Jamaica Gleaner News - Human rights groups want justice for American in Jamaica - Saturday | November 4, 2006

Jamaica Gleaner News - Human rights groups want justice for American in Jamaica - Saturday November 4, 2006: "The Inter-American Commision on Human Rights (IACHR) has ordered the Jamaican Government to implement urgent measures to protect Kimberly Adamou, an American-born woman who was a victim of crime in the country three years ago"