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· March, 2011

Stories about Caribbean from March, 2011

Aruba, Curacao: Eloquent Arguments

Caribbean: Caribe Wave 11, the first simulated tsunami alert

Trinidad & Tobago: “Bocas” Launches

Trinidad & Tobago: Upsetting Issues

Barbados, Bermuda: Cost of Development

Haiti: Was Wyclef Shot or Cut by Glass?

Early on Sunday 20 March, 2011, while Haitians headed to the polls for the second round of a historic and controversial presidential election, a story about Wyclef Jean, the Haitian-born...

Trinidad & Tobago: Soca Stars on Twitter

Barbados, Turks & Caicos: Corruption Charges

Jamaica: Legal Wrangling

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: On Nuclear Power

Haiti: Aristide’s return, the word “house” and today’s election

To say the twice exiled President Aristide is a mythic figure in the Haitian imagination is an understatement. To say he evokes strong emotions from Haitians, even less so. So...

Haiti: The Entertainer, or The Professor?

According to the reports on Twitter regarding today's presidential election runoff in Haiti, the lines at polling stations are long, and voters at certain pollin were unable to find their...

Haiti: Election Morning in Pictures

Today, March 20, Haitians go to the polls to decide who will be the Caribbean nation's next president. This runoff election is being contested by Mirlande Manigat and Michel Martelly,...

Haiti: As the polls open

Haiti: Aristide's Return “Something Big”?

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: ARC Interview

Haiti: Winds of Change?

Haiti: Aristide's Return

Trinidad & Tobago: What Mothers Do

Haiti: Election Violence Escalates

Election-related violence in Haiti appears to be escalating. As Haitian presidential candidate and legal scholar Mirlande Manigat set out to begin a campaign rally in Mirebalais yesterday, her convoy was...

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