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May 23, 2016
Category: General
Posted by: alvin
Venezuelans protesting over lack of food and medicine, water and electricity confronted by police 

By Caribbean News Now contributor
Oct 24, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: alvin
Within months any billionaire wanting to sail their marine home into US waters will have to comply with stringent new environmental regulations to curb their hulking vessel’s polluting effects.
Apr 10, 2015
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Coffee - Coffee was introduced into Guatemala in 1750 by Jesuit missionaries. The industry was further developed after 1860 when Germans immigrated there. A quarter of the population of Guatemala make a living from coffee. During 2011, Honduras surpassed Guatemala as the largest Central American coffee producer and exporter, and by 2012, Honduras had become the second world exporter of washed Arabica coffee! Today, Honduras is the seventh largest producer of coffee in the world, behind much bigger countries, such as Brazil, Mexico and Colombia. Best of all, the high quality of Honduras coffee has allowed it to obtain world wide recognition, and specialty coffee brands are now actively seeking and purchasing high quality coffee from Honduras.




Mark Hassall & THAT
 - Mark Hassall's epic struggle to build a 62 foot Jim Brown trimaran on the Rio Dulce, in Guatemala is chronicled as The Story of "THAT".





 Living on a sailboat in New York Harbor. Reinhard Karger documented the disaster from a marina across the water from the World Trade Center and shared his story with SPIEGEL ONLINE.