Fort Lauderdale, FL - More than 200 guests attended the recent Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center’s (CDTC) 14th Annual Ribbons for the Children Art Exhibit and Auction at Audi Fort Lauderdale, raising nearly $40,000 through sales and donations.

COCONUT CREEK, Fla.– Food For The Poor has paid the fines of 79 nonviolent offenders for Christmas. They were held in some of the most notorious prisons throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.Many were arrested for stealing to feed their families or for something that would be considered aminor offense.

DOHA, Qatar - Rai Benjamin will bleed for the United States.

UNITED NATIONS – The United Nations Security Council has marked the end of 15 years of peacekeeping in Haiti, recommitting the global institution to strengthening and stabilizing the French-speaking Caribbean community (CARICOM) country now faced with political uncertainty as Opposition forces demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise amid allegations of corruption.

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