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Jamaica asks Obama to exonerate celeberated leader Garvey

Jamaica’s leader asked President Barack Obama to exonerate black nationalist leader Marcus Garvey.

Obama visits Bob Marley Museum on first US presidential trip since 1982

Obama, the first US president to visit Jamaica in three decades, tried to rekindle an enthusiasm that has waned amid a perceived lack of attention.

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Ex-Jamaica PM testifies before panel examining deadly raid

Ex-PM testified that he knew the underworld boss who ran a notorious slum fiefdom from his parliamentary constituency.

Cool Runnings 2.0 in Sochi

The loaning of equipment is reminiscent of the 1993 hit film starring John Candy based on the exploits of Jamaica’s four-man team which competed at the 1988 Calgary Games.

No compromise on food stock,India is not isolated: Sharma

25 countries support India’s stand on food security,say sources.

Britain burnt ‘embarrassing’ papers to hide colonial crimes in 1950s,’60s

50-year-old documents were finally transferred from UK Foreign Office to National Archive show.

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Sprint king to stay up to watch last lap of cricket's marathon man

Usain Bolt says Sachin should score 100,Windies should win series.

WADA chief slams Jamaica for stonewalling dope probe

The credibility of Jamaica’s anti-doping work has been further called into question.

More dope news from the Island nation

Jason McKay,captain of Jamaica’s combined martial arts team,told The Gleaner he supports Edwards.

Ireland questions its relationship with alcohol

Guinness accused of compounding a culture that costs Ireland $5 bn in hung-over workers,high liver disease,and violence in ERs.

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