NJ Woman Who Set Newborn On Fire In Road Sentenced To 30 Years — CBS PhillyCBS Philly

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MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (AP) — A woman who set her newborn on fire and left her in the middle of a New Jersey street has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty in February to aggravated manslaughter. Authorities say the 23-year-old Pemberton Township woman doused her newborn…

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Bolt among top athletes on Time’s ‘most influential’ list — Philly And Caribbean Portal – PYV Philadelphia Caribbean and Diaspora Portal

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New York, United States (AFP) — Sports figures including Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt and NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry pepper Time magazine’s 2016 “100 Most Influential People” list published yesterday.

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Donald Sterling says Jews help their own, but successful African Americans do not

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Donald Sterling got into a bit of trouble recently with some controversial remarks about the African American community.  Most notably was his demand that his girlfriend, V. Stiviano, Continue reading

Yohan Blake elated after world-leading run in Jamaica

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Yohan Blake, the joint second fastest man ever, praised God, thanked his coach and friends who stood by him for his return to world-beating form which saw him sizzle to 9.95 seconds at the MVP Classic inside the National Stadium, Saturday night.Blake, who was considered down with hamstring injury over a two-year period, proved not to be out. The 2011 IAAF World Champion and 2012 London Olympics double silver medallist lit up a small National Stadium crowd in his first 100-metre race of the season.Read More

CHINESE NATIVES OPEN JAMAICAN RESTAURANT IN DUBAI

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Dubai’s first home-grown Jamaican restaurant and lounge is set to open on Downtown Boulevard this month. “Ting Irie” welcomes executive chef Craig Wong

Dubai’s first home-grown Jamaican restaurant and lounge is set to open on Downtown Boulevard this month. “Ting Irie” welcomes executive chef Craig Wong, who

has previously worked in Michelin starred restaurants including Alain Ducasse au Plaza

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Black People Act The Way They Do Dr Joy deGruy Post Traumatic

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Black People Act The Way They Do Dr Joy deGruy Post Traumatic Slavery syndrome See Video

Villanova University parade planned

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Villanova Univeristy has announced plans for a parade on Friday, April 8 Read More