Fox News, USA: An Orlando-area woman who recently moved from Haiti was treated for cholera and has recovered.http://www.foxnews.com/health/2010/11/30/second-case-cholera-confirmed-florida/
CTV, Canada: The 'Russian Roulette' hitmaker – who was assaulted by her then-boyfriend in February 2009 – thinks constant questions about the incident make her look "bitter, pitiful, spiteful and angry" and admits she gets annoyed when the subject is raised.
Guardian, Trinidad: State-run oil giant Petrotrin yesterday was found 75 per cent liable for a 2004 explosion on an offshore platform which claimed the life of technician Kenneth Merrique.
Gleaner, Jamaica: As of tomorrow, passengers travelling on Air Jamaica will only be allowed 16lb (7kg) in hand luggage, while executive business-class travellers will see a reduction from three to two pieces.
Globe & Mail, Canada: It may not be a blockbuster Labrador hydroelectricity deal, but Emera Inc.'s offer to buy the remaining 62 per cent of Light & Power Holdings Ltd. it currently does not own is worthy of mention.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Guyanese turned out yesterday first at Parliament Buildings and then at the St George's Cathedral to pay tribute to former deputy prime minister and PNCR-1G MP Winston Murray.
The Hindu, India: Saluting the longevity of Sachin Tendulkar, West Indies great Brian Lara has described the Indian batting legend as the 'Don Bradman' of modern era.
Nation News, Barbados: Veteran politician Senator?Branford?Mayhew?Taitt is the lone recipient of Barbados' top award, the Knight of St?Andrew (KA), in the 2010 Independence Day Honours List announced yesterday by Governor General?Sir Clifford Husbands.
The warning comes from the UN boss amidst a political crisis in Haiti.
A senior PAHO official says countries in the region and throughout the Americas need to get themselves read for the possible spread of the disease.
It’s one of four commitments Hugo Chavez gave to his Surinamese counterpart at a summit of South American nations.
Residents are warned to expect tough decisions soon as the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) economy continues to falter.
Members of the main opposition in Dominica walk out of Parliament.
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