Latin American Studies

ART

DRUG TRAFFICKING

ECOLOGY

ECONOMY

EDUCATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

GOVERNMENT

HUMAN RIGHTS

IMMIGRATION

LEADERS

MUSIC

NATURAL DISASTERS

NEWS

POLITICS

SOCIETY

SPORTS

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

UNITED STATES-JAMAICA RELATIONS
JAMAICA


ART


DRUG TRAFFICKING

Jamaica considers legalizing marijuana
Jamaica looks at crime of marijuana use
Jamaican Fishermen's Tainted Boom: Rising Trade in Cocaine
Panel Urges Legalization of Marijuana in Jamaica


ECOLOGY

In Caribbean, Endangered Iguanas Get Their Day


ECONOMY

UK writes off a portion of Jamaica's debt


EDUCATION

Cops in Jamaica's classrooms
The University of the West Indies at Mona


GENERAL INFORMATON

Jamaica Map Collection

GOVERNMENT
 


HUMAN RIGHTS

Amnesty International
Human Rights Watch
U.S. State Department (2005)

IMMIGRATION

Proud Jamaicans celebrate 42 years of independence
Jamaican leader looks to S. Florida for advice


LEADERS

Marcus Garvey obituary
Hugh Shearer, ex-leader, dies
State funeral for nation's third PM


MUSIC

Media 'out to get me' says Marley
'Father of Jamaican music' dies
Marley to be exhumed, buried in Ethiopia


NATURAL DISASTERS

Unable to Save Their Houses, Jamaicans Manage at Least to Save One Another


NEWS

The Jamaica Gleaner


POLITICS


Prime Minister P. J. Patterson

Government tries to placate Jamaicans
Jamaica braces for more gas tax protests
Jamaica responds to riots by rolling back tax
Jamaica holds first local elections in eight years
Jamaican leaders caught napping
Jamaican parliament firebombed
Jamaican prime minister recovers after collapse
Jamaican prime minister: Renounce the queen
Queen Elizabeth visits Jamaica, emphasizes ties
'Rejuvenated' politician back in fray in Jamaica
Violence Subsides in Jamaica, but Wounds Still Fester

2004

           Edward Seaga

Party reaffirms support for its longtime leader
Opposition leader Seaga says he's ready to step down in November
Seaga denies Golding rift


RASTAFARIANS

Rastafarian.Net
An Imperial Burial for Haile Selassie, 25 Years After Death
Rastafarian conference draws all kinds
Rastafarians remain hopeful
Rastafarians want meeting with Britain's queen
Reasoning with a Rasta woman

SOCIETY


At Least 20 Are Killed in Jamaican Street Clashes
Bronx Priest Fights for Jamaica's Poor
Bullet hole may be cause of island-wide blackout
Gang fighting spreads in Jamaica
Jamaica gang wars escalate, residents flee
Jamaica struggling to cut its alarming murder rate
Jamaica teachers end strike
Jamaica to spend $25 million for HIV
Jamaican homicides reach record
Jamaica's crime statistics less accessible under new directive
A Killing Shocks Jamaicans Into Soul-Searching
In Jamaica, a dwindling Jewish community celebrates Rosh Hashana
Jamaican court abolishes flogging
Life Imitating Art Imitating Life in a Jamaican Movie
Merchants protest in Jamaican capital
'One Love' May Vanquish Kingston Gang Violence
Police officer killed amid unrest in Kingston, Jamaica
Protests over bad roads erupt in Jamaica
Riots Point Out Jamaican Fault Line
Two men killed in fourth day of Jamaican violence
Violence in Jamaica subsides


TRAVEL AND TOURISM


Jamaica Travel
The Unofficial Web Site On Jamaica
Minister: Jamaican crime hurting tourism
Disappearances have eerie parallels


UNITED STATES-JAMAICA RELATIONS

U.S. cautions Americans about travel to Jamaica
U.S. expands power to chase drug suspects
US embargo on arms to Jamaica
Jamaica lifts U.S. beef ban