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JAMAICA | Reggae Girlz to be Honoured in Washington DC

WASHINGTON, DC, January 11, 2019- Reggae Girlz, the national women’s soccer squad of Jamaica, will be the toast of the town in Washington, DC, on Saturday evening, January 19, as the 7th Annual Jamaica David “Wagga” Hunt Scholarship Red Carpet Fundraiser rolls out.
  • Published in Diaspora

Jamaica's Ambassador to focus on strengthening US Diaspora and trade relationships

WASHINGTON DC,  September 18, 2016 . In her first address to the Diaspora since returning to the office, Jamaica’s Ambassador Designate to the United States, Audrey Marks says among the issues she will pursue during her tenure is building stronger alliances between Jamaica and the Diaspora as well as  pursuing opportunities for trade, investment and strengthening Jamaica’s bilateral relationship with the USA.

Jamaicans in Washington DC celebrate JA's Independence

WASHINGTON DC,  August 7, 2016 - The Dumbarton chapel at Howard University School of Law was packed to capacity as Jamaicans and friends of Jamaica turned out in large numbers for the service of thanksgiving in celebration of Jamaica’s 54th year of independence.

Phillips hails Caricom confab with G-20

Washington DC, April 14, 2015 - Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr. Peter Phillips, has welcomed the opportunity to co-chair yesterday’s first Caribbean Regional Dialogue with members of the G-20 Development Working Group, at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) spring meeting in Washington DC.

Why Congress Gave In to Medical Marijuana

Congress may have tried to stop residents of the nation's capital from being able to light up joints with impunity, but lawmakers retreated last week in another important drug-war front: medical marijuana.
  • Published in Health
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