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            [post_content] => A judge who has issued an arrest warrant for former Haitian President, Jean Bertrand Aristide has asked the police to use force if necessary bring him before the court. The lawyers representing Mr. Aristide have filed a motion seeking to remove investigation judge Lamarre Belizaire whom they believe has been operating from a biased perspective.

Rumours had been dispatched that Judge Belizaire had revoke the warrant in light of the motion filed against. He was quick to dispel such rumours  “I issued a arrest warrant for Mr. Aristide and I don’t know what takes the police so long to bring him before me, because they know where he is, I heard rumours that I had waived the arrest warrant. I want to say that it is absolutely false.The warrant still holds and I am still the judge in charge of the inquiry and nothing has changed in that regard.” declared Judge Belizaire.

Aristide and several of his former colleagues have been accused of embezzling hundreds of millions from the state through his organization, Aristide for Democracy Foundation. Supporters of the former president have gathered near his home in Tabarre district, as means of showing their support. Aristide fled the Country in 2004 before returning in 2011 from South Africa after spending seven years in exile.
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Haiti Issues Arrest Warrant for Jean Bertrand Aristide

August 22, 2014
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A judge who has issued an arrest warrant for former Haitian President, Jean Bertrand Aristide has asked the police to use force if necessary bring him before the court. The lawyers...Continue reading

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            [post_content] => Triple World Record Holder and Jamaican Sprint King Usain Bolt has revealed that he will no longer contemplate retiring in 2016. Instead he says he will look to do so after the World Championships in 2017 after his sponsors asked him for one last year. The six time Olympic gold medallist initially had the intentions to hang up his boots after the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil but told the media he will be definitely competing for an extra year should everything go well.

"I think I'm going to do another year. My sponsors asked me to do one more year, so I will compete until 2017," said the 27-year-old Jamaican. When asked about coaching after retirement from the track, he was quick to throw the idea out declaring that he would not be enthused to work with someone such as himself. "After seeing what I put my coach through in training, I would never want to go through the same thing with anyone else" said Bolt, with his usual laughter.

He was quick however to remind everyone that he still has an ambition to try football. "I will try football to see if I am any good at it, you never know, until you try, but my interest is there" said Bolt, who revealed that as his current plans for the future.  Bolt's last appearance on the track could see him participate in his sixth World Championships in London, should he be ready for the said competition to be held in Beijing next year, the place where he first set the world a light with his triple world record runs in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m respectively.

 
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Sprint Star Usain Bolt Delays Retirement As Pressure from Sponsors Mount

August 21, 2014
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Triple World Record Holder and Jamaican Sprint King Usain Bolt has revealed that he will no longer contemplate retiring in 2016. Instead he says he will look to do so after the Wor...Continue reading

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            [post_date] => 2014-08-20 10:00:47
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            [post_content] => The National Hurricane Center located in Barbados has titled the latest tropical wave approaching the Caribbean as Invest 96L. According to the latest release by the NHC, Invest 96L is currently located near 10 degrees North and 50.5 degrees West or 800 miles east of the Lesser Antilles and is on a trajectory path west-north-Westwards at 10-15mph.

The rising sea surface temperatures within the area are suitable for the development of Invest 96L as it moves through the Lesser Antilles between Thursday night and Friday morning.

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Dr. Jeff Masters from Weather Under The Blog, has indicated that  “two of our three reliable models for predicting tropical cyclone genesis, the UKMET and GFS models, predicted that 96L would develop into a tropical storm after passing through the Lesser Antilles”.

“If 96L does develop, it would likely be similar to Tropical Storm Bertha of early August while it is in the Caribbean–a weak and disorganized system that struggles against dry air” according to Dr. Masters.
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Strengthening Tropical Wave Approaches The Caribbean

August 20, 2014
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The National Hurricane Center located in Barbados has titled the latest tropical wave approaching the Caribbean as Invest 96L. According to the latest release by the NHC, Invest 96...Continue reading