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Immigrants in limbo as US top court weighs Obama action

Immigrants in limbo as US top court weighs Obama action

In the port city of Baltimore, where Europeans once streamed into America after crossing the Atlantic by ship, a 47-year-old immigrant named Rhonda is in a desperate position. She said she wants to provide for her teenage daughter but cannot get a work permit because she is in the United States illegally.

Jack Warner extradition case adjourned until February

Jack Warner extradition case adjourned until February

Fallen Trinidad and Tobago football boss Jack Warner got a temporary reprieve Wednesday from a bid by US authorities to try him for alleged involvement in the FIFA corruption scandal, as his extradition hearing was adjourned until February 19.

Ex-FIFA official Jack Warner faces December extradition case

Ex-FIFA official Jack Warner faces December extradition case

Former FIFA executive Jack Warner will face an extradition hearing in December after authorities in Trinidad and Tobago quashed attempts to have the case against him tossed out, officials said Friday. 

Ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner faces extradition to US

Ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner faces extradition to US

Trinidad and Tobago's Attorney General Faris Al Rawi has authorised the extradition of former FIFA vice president Jack Warner to the US on graft charges, court officials said Monday.

'Indian diaspora in the Caribbean most vibrant'

 The Indian diaspora in the Caribbean is one of the most vibrant across the globe, says India`s Minister for External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs, Sushma Swaraj, in a just published book titled, "India In The Caribbean".

Trinidad and Tobago ushers opposition back into power

Voters in Trinidad and Tobago chose not to give Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's coalition a new five-year term, opting to bring back the opposition under Keith Rowley.

Jamaica to host next WICB meeting

Jamaica to host next WICB meeting

Jamaica will host the next in a series of town-hall meetings around the Caribbean, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has announced.

FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner

FIFA scandal: Trinidad receives extradition papers for Jack Warner

The official documents from the United States government requesting the extradition of former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner have been received by Trinidad and Tobago`s Attorney General Garvin Nicholas.

Jaime Penedo`s save sends Panama to Gold Cup semis

Jaime Penedo`s save sends Panama to Gold Cup semis

Panama goalkeeper Jaime Penedo denied Trinidad and Tobago`s Lester Peltier in the ninth round of penalty kicks Sunday to send the Central American side into the Gold Cup semi-finals.

Gold Cup: Cuba reaches quarters, Trinidad draws Mexico in wild affair

Gold Cup: Cuba reaches quarters, Trinidad draws Mexico in wild affair

Cuba defied the odds and booked a berth in the Gold Cup quarter-finals against regional powerhouse United States with a 1-0 win over Guatemala in their final game of group stage on Wednesday.

India-born girl tops secondary entrance exam in Trinidad

An India-born girl, Anusha Saha, has topped Trinidad and Tobago`s Secondary Entrance Examination.

Jacques Kallis joins T&T ahead of Caribbean Premier League

Jacques Kallis joins T&T ahead of Caribbean Premier League

Former South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis will join Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel here on Thursday ahead of their opening match of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Sunday against Zouks, manager Colin Borde has confirmed.

Trinidad to mark International Yoga Day on June 21 in fine style

 Trinidad and Tobago will join the 193-member UN General Assembly (UNGA) in marking International Yoga Day on Sunday, June 21, at a gala function in the Daaga Auditorium, University of West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine.

FIFA scandal: Trinidad downplays Jack Warner flight risk

FIFA scandal: Trinidad downplays Jack Warner flight risk

Ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner has slim chances of fleeing his native Trinidad and Tobago, where he is fighting the US bid to extradite him on corruption charges, the country`s attorney general said Wednesday.

Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US

Trinidad urges Jack Warner to turn himself in to US

Trinidad and Tobago said Sunday it expects new evidence against Jack Warner in the FIFA scandal to be investigated locally, but reiterated he should turn himself in to US authorities.

Ex-FIFA officials on Interpol most wanted list

Ex-FIFA officials on Interpol most wanted list

Interpol on Wednesday put disgraced FIFA executive members Jack Warner and Nicolas Leoz on their most wanted list and issued an international alert.
 

'US out to hurt FIFA after losing 2022 World Cup bid'

'US out to hurt FIFA after losing 2022 World Cup bid'

Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner said the corruption charges US prosecutors filed against him and 13 other people are in retaliation to the failure of America`s bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

Accused former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner freed

Accused former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner freed

Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner, who has been accused of soliciting bribes as part of a vast corruption case against senior soccer officials, left jail in Trinidad and Tobago via ambulance on Thursday after he was granted bail, according to local media.

Jack Warner arrested following FIFA World Cup bribe allegations

Jack Warner arrested following FIFA World Cup bribe allegations

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner was arrested in Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday, hours after US prosecutors claimed he accepted bribes during host selections for the 1998 and 2010 World Cups in France and South Africa.

Trinidad's opposition leader suspended from Parliament

Just six weeks before the end of the Trinidad and Tobago government`s five-year term in Parliament, Leader of Opposition Keith Rowley has been suspended following a marathon session.