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New fringe events complement World Creole Music Festival

The Daily Herald 23 Sep 2022
From left ... Rize & Whine (@Infinite Ent ... and Carib ... Lucia; business sponsors ABS in Antigua, Hott 93/GEM Radio in Trinidad, and Philipsburg in St. Maarten; and bronze sponsor RCI in Guadeloupe and Martinique. Special mention is made to partners CNC3, Trinidad Express, The Sun, The Chronicle, Kairi FM, DOWASCO, DOMLEC and DBS Radio ... .
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French hospital employee ends 27-day hunger strike to protest suspension of unvaccinated co-workers

Life Site 12 Mar 2022
POINTE-À-PITRE, Guadeloupe (LifeSiteNews) — A French hospital worker has embarked on a 27-day hunger strike to protest the suspension of unvaccinated healthcare workers ... According to Deloumeaux, “more than 70% of Guadeloupe’s population remains completely unvaccinated,” and “less than 18% have been fully vaccinated.”.
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Where is Death in Paradise filmed?

Metro UK 26 Dec 2021
If you want to visit the set, you’ll have to pack your bags and head to the airport, as its filmed in Guadeloupe in the Caribbean ... Guadeloupe is where Death In Paradise the BBC drama is filmed (Picture ... The French local authorities on Guadeloupe warned people at the time to ‘stay confined.
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Shots fired at police amid protests in France's Martinique

Press TV 24 Nov 2021
"Impacts were noted on the vehicles." ... In the nearby Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe, which is also a French territory, there was a similar situation, with industrial action, nighttime looting, and protests against COVID curbs. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin told France Inter radio that the situation in Guadeloupe was "very difficult.".
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Gunshots fired at police in France’s Martinique, Guadeloupe still tense

Metro USA 23 Nov 2021
The situation remains “very difficult” in Guadeloupe, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin told France Inter radio earlier in the day ... People in Guadeloupe and Martinique have been especially incensed by a requirement, also in force in mainland France, for all healthcare workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Martinique: Shots fired at police as anger rises over COVID curbs

Al Jazeera 23 Nov 2021
Gunshots have been fired at police in the French Caribbean island of Martinique in a sign that unrest triggered by COVID-19 restrictions that rocked the nearby island of Guadeloupe could be spreading ... The situation remains “very difficult” in Guadeloupe, France’s Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin told France Inter radio.
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COVID-19 unrest has created ‘explosive’ situation in Guadeloupe, says Macron

Metro USA 22 Nov 2021
POINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe (Reuters) -President Emmanuel Macron said violence in Guadeloupe over COVID-19 restrictions had created a “very explosive” situation, as a general strike entered a second week on Monday and many stores remained shuttered after nighttime looting.
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COVID-19 rules fueled ‘explosive’ unrest in Guadeloupe: Macron

Al Jazeera 22 Nov 2021
Anger about a vaccine mandate in the French overseas territory of Guadeloupe has created an “explosive” situation, President Emmanuel Macron has said ... “We just don’t know how far this will still go,” the mayor of Point-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe’s main city, told France Info radio.
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COVID-19 unrest has created 'explosive' situation in Guadeloupe, says Macron

Reuters 22 Nov 2021
POINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe, Nov 22 (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron said violence in Guadeloupe over COVID-19 restrictions had created a "very explosive" situation, as a general strike entered a second week on Monday and many stores remained shuttered after nighttime looting.
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France’s Macron: Situation in Guadeloupe “very explosive”

Metro USA 22 Nov 2021
PARIS (Reuters) -French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday protests over COVID-19 restrictions in the French overseas region of Guadeloupe have created a “very explosive” situation ... “We just don’t know how far this will still go,” the mayor of Point-a-Pitre told France Info radio earlier on Monday.
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Paris must restore calm in Guadeloupe after protests – mayor

Metro USA 22 Nov 2021
PARIS (Reuters) – France must restore order on its Caribbean island of Guadeloupe after violent protests over COVID-19 restrictions, the mayor of a city hit by unrest said on Monday ... “We just don’t know how far this will still go,” Pointe-a-Pitre Mayor Harry Durimel told France Info radio.
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Third night of violence in Guadeloupe as France sends police special forces

Metro USA 21 Nov 2021
POINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe (Reuters) – The French overseas territory of Guadeloupe was hit by a third night of looting and rioting amid protests against COVID-19 measures, with gunmen shooting at police and firefighters, the authorities said on Sunday ... French police reinforcements monitor unrest over COVID-19 restrictions on Guadeloupe.
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France Battles Soaring COVID-19 Cases in Overseas Territories

The Wire 17 Aug 2021
Like many countries, France is seeing its COVID-19 cases rise — and nowhere as sharply as its overseas territories of Guadeloupe and Martinique ... Hardest hit is Guadeloupe, where one in four people now tests positive for the disease caused by coronavirus—a number that doubled in a week.
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The Spokesman-Review 12 Jul 2021
Monday’s TV Schedule. Basketball, international men. 5 p.m.. Australia vs. U.S ... Baseball, MLB ... Soccer, men ... Guadeloupe…………FS1 Monday’s Radio Highlights.
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Sports on the air: Here’s what games are on TV and radio for the week ...

Deseret News 11 Jul 2021
RADIO MINORS River Cats at Bees, AM-1280, 1 p.m ... Guadeloupe, FS1, 7 p.m. RADIO MINORS River Cats at Bees, AM-1280, 6.30 p.m ... TRACK Diamond League, NBCSN, noon RADIO MINORS River Cats at Bees, AM-1280, 6.30 p.m ... RADIO MINORS Bees at Rainiers, AM-1280, 7 p.m ... Guadeloupe vs ... RADIO MINORS Bees at Rainiers, AM-1280, 8 p.m.

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