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NEW YORK – The New York State Office of Court Administration has halted the ability of United States federal immigration officials to arrest Caribbean and other immigrants in state courthouses without warrants.

In a less that 25-minute informal gathering with reporters at Florida Memorial University (FMU) in Miami Gardens, following his formal announcement that he was running for president of the United States, Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam was called an “underdog” and “long shot” candidate.

NEW YORK – Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke has expressed deep concern over a ruling in the United States Supreme Court, which allows Caribbean and other immigrants facing deportation to be detained even after they have completed their prison terms.

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – Six months after he was sworn into office, the government of Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant was forced out last month after the Lower Chamber of Deputies voted overwhelming to remove it from office.

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