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World Bank confirms: Dutch want rep in airport board

PHILIPSBURG - It is not like the Netherlands wants to take over the complete management of the airport in exchange for financing of the airport's rehabilitation, but the Dutch do want to have somebody on the inside. This appears from a report by...

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Government promises - again - to improve situation at prison

PHILIPSBURG - The government signed an agreement with State Secretary Raymond Knops (Kingdom Relations) on October 19 to "shortly introduce a series of measures to improve the state of the Pointe Blanche prison." This appears from answers Knops...

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Promises, promises

By Hilbert Haar ~ Justified complaints about the situation at the Pointe Blanche prison - by inmates but also by attorneys, the Law Enforcement Council and the Progress Committee - are almost as old as the prison itself. Former Justice Minister Leo..

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Satirical Cartoon: "Sarah 'Thanos' Wescot-Williams"

Sarah Wescot-Williams as the All-Powerful Chairlady of Parliament while the late Stan Lee who passed away on Friday, November 9th, 2018, makes a cameo appearance as the Third Vice President of Parliament.

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SZV Supervisory Board Members on SZV paid sick leave?

On Nov. 9, 2018, the VSA Minister Emil Lee along with SZV Director Glen Carty presented to MPs the current financial status of SZV and the revenue losses post-hurricane Irma and Maria. Absent were the members of the board. What happened to them?

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A Special Report
Academy school board gets most of the blame for dispute...

PHILIPSBURG - The situation at the St. Maarten Academy PSVE (Preparatory Secondary Vocational Education) remains volatile now that the board led by former Justice Minister Roland Duncan has refused to remove principal Lavern Nelson from her...

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FAVE board has to pay big for wrongful dismissal court case

PHILIPSBURG - The board of the Foundation for Academic and Vocational Education (FAVE) has to pay 94,000 guilders gross ($52,514) to guidance counselor and job training coordinator Zeynep Sabahoglu for firing her without a valid reason. The board ...

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The responsibility of school boards

By Hilbert Haar ~ The case of the dismissed guidance counselor by the Foundation for Academic and Vocational Education (FAVE) shows once more how irresponsible the board members of such organizations are when it comes to their responsibilities.

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Kreative Juices Thanksgiving Menu 2018

Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 22, 2018

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Bosman proposes change to Charter to facilitate secession

The Daily Herald Newspaper St. Maarten - The leading newspaper for St. Maarten and the Northeast Caribbean. News from St. Maarten and surrounding islands. We offer Digital subscriptions classified ads, obituaries, Island news, regional news,...

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Statia Island Council elections called off

THE HAGUE--The Island Council elections in St. Eustatius on March 18, 2019, will definitely not go ahead. This is stated in a lengthy progress report about Statia that Dutch State Secretary of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Raymond Knops sent...

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Bonaire agrees to 'light supervision'

KRALENDIJK - After the Island Council of Bonaire approved the 22-page governing agreement with the Netherlands, State Secretary Raymond Knops and Lt. Governor Edison Rijna signed the document on behalf of both parties. The agreement is in place...

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Knops signs Agreement with Government in Bonaire

Kralendijk - This afternoon, the Government Agreement between The Hague and Bonaire was signed by State Secretary Raymond Knops on behalf of The Netherlands and the Island Governor, Edison Rijna, on behalf of Bonaire. The signing of the...

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Opinion: An Unequal Battle

By Harald Linkels ~ The two deposed commissioners on St Eustatius for the PLP/Merkman Coaltion, Charles Woodley and Derrick Simmons have lost the appeal sought by former acting Island Governor Julian Woodley against an earlier verdict, which...

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Independence is Pro-St. Martin. Period.

By Rhoda Arrindell, PhD ~ One day in 1982, I wrote an essay entitled "Waarom St. Maarten onafhankelijk moet worden" for Mr. Bijnsdorp's Dutch class. Though I hated the class (not because of the teacher, but because I hated writing essays in Dutch)...

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Bodies found at Lucas Bay OysterPond identified as Antiguans

MARIGOT:--- Media personnel of Antigua and Barbuda are trying to confirm whether or not the two bodies that were fished out of Lucas Bay Oyster Pond on Tuesday and Wednesday may have originated from their island as two men are missing there.The...

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Second Lifeless Body found at Lucas Bay in Oyster Pond

MARIGOT -- Gendarmes are busy pulling out another dead body at Lucas Bay Oyster Pond. Colonel Sebastien Monzoni confirmed that a second body has been found and law enforcement officers are busy retrieving the corps. He said the body is that of a male

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Lifeless Body pulled from beach enroute to Oyster Pond

Oyster Pond:--- A video circulating on Social Media shows Gendarmes pulling a lifeless body out of the sea. The male seems to have drowned. Colonel Sebastien Manzoni confirmed that the body was found in the sea on the way to Oyster Pond.

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Couple arrested by police

PHILIPSBURG - On Thursday, November 15th at approximately 03.15 p.m. a female identified with initials D.P.G. was arrested by the police bike-patrol in the vicinity of Burger Madness on the Board Walk for illegally peddling items to mainly...

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Justice Minister De Weever pleased with border cooperation

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - Minister of Justice Cornelius de Weever said he is pleased with the border control cooperation with the two sides of the island, Sint Maarten and Saint Martin by the relevant authorities, adding that the cooperation...

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Minister of Justice De Weever pleased with trainings for K9s

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - Police dogs help solve crimes as they have unique skills. Police dogs are trained in specific areas such as tracking, substance detection, public enforcement, and cadaver searches. Recently the K-9 Unit of the Sint...

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St. Maarten's finest dancers have joined Rio Productions

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - A group of the finest dancers of Sint Maarten have joined Rio Productions for the Celebration of 50 years Carnival. Under the leadership & professional guidance of the renowned Giovanni Webster, the dance group will...

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Are You Reddi (Ready)? Aruba's 65th Carnival 2019

PHILIPSBURG - The Chuchubi Foundation is doing it again! The Chuchubi Foundation in collaboration with Winair has organized a DIRECT charter flight from St. Maarten to Aruba for Aruba's 65 th Carnival Celebration under the theme Chuchubi is alive ...

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The Separation of Powers to be profiled by Council of Advice

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - In an effort to increase awareness and understanding of good governance as well as stimulate the discussion amongst our population in the hope of promoting active citizenry, the Council of Advice extends an invitation ...

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St. Maarten seeking to become lead Cruise Ship Supply Port

PORT ST. MAARTEN - On November 15 th, there were five cruise ships in port with approximately 15,000 passengers and crew. On this day a cruise ship was provisioned with dry and frozen goods, and the operations were carried out in an efficient...

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'Way Maker' Singer, Sinach, for St. Maarten in February

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Renowned gospel singer, Sinach, is scheduled to be in St. Maarten on February 9, 2019, announced Christian Faith Ministries International (CFMI) on Thursday, November 15, 2018, during the launch of its 'All White...

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S.I.R. says Thank You!

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Producers of the popular TV Show: St. Maarten in Retrospect (S.I.R.) would like to sincerely thank the hundreds of persons that made the 18 th annual celebration of culture, heritage, and enlightening activities a...

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Minister of Justice De Weever: Tolerance is respect,...

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - Friday, November 16 marked International Day of Tolerance. "Tolerance is respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of our world's cultures, our forms of expression and ways of being human," says...

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VROMI Minister Miklos Giterson attended GeoSpatial Forum

Ministry to develop national spatial data infrastructure plan for St. Maarten ~ POND ISLAND - Last week, VROMI Minister Miklos Giterson, along with his Secretary General Louis Brown, attended the Latin America GeoSpatial Forum in Mexico City. The ...

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Fifty season passes up for grabs for Carnival-50

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - The Golden Box has been launched at the Government Administration Building, and the entire island is invited to fill in their Carnival Pass raffle forms and drop them in the box for a chance to win one of fifty (50)...

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Plenary Public meeting of Parliament Question Hour...

The Public session is scheduled for 09.00 - 10.00 hrs. in the General Assembly Chamber of the House at Wilhelminastraat #1 in Philipsburg. The Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication will be present. The agenda...

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Plenary session of Parliament about Updates Airport & Port

The Urgent public meeting is scheduled for 10.00 hrs. in the General Assembly Chamber of the House at Wilhelminastraat #1 in Philipsburg. The Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport & Telecommunication will be present for this meeting.

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Permanent Committee of Kingdom Affairs and I-P Relations

The CKAIR Committee meeting is scheduled for Monday at 13.00-14.00 hrs. in the General Assembly Chamber of the House at Wilhelminastraat #1 in Philipsburg. The agenda points are: Letter regarding the Dispute Regulation UV/107/ 2018-2019...

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Plenary Public session of Parliament about draft laws

The Public meeting is scheduled for 15.00 hrs. in the General Assembly Chamber of the House at Wilhelminastraat #1 in Philipsburg. The Minister of General Affairs will be present. The agenda points are: Ontwerp van Landsverordening tot...

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SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - The Rotary Club of St. Maarten inducted RBC's Country Manager, Cheryl Pantophlet, on November 7, 2018 at its regular meeting. Mrs. Pantophlet has resided on Sint Maarten since 1987. President of the Rotary Club of...

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Leo Club hosts talent show for Sister Basilia Center Clients

SINT MAARTEN (ST. JOHN'S ESTATE) - The St. Maarten Alpha Leo Club hosted their Annual talent show with the clients of the Sister Basilia Center on Friday November 2nd at the St. Maarten home, the Alpha Leo Club said on Wednesday. "Clients as well ...

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SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - St. Maarten Lions Club members are fervently preparing for their fundraiser "Annual Lion Wally Havertong Christmas Bingo...

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Minister Johnson congratulates Winair on acquisition ...

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - This week Windward Islands Airways International (Winair) received its 4 th Twin Otter aircraft that will increase the airlines airlift for the 2018-2019 high tourist season. Winair this week in an announcement...

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Winair receives 4th aircraft

Philipsburg – WINAIR has received a 4th Twin Otter Aircraft for the upcoming 2018/19 season. With several airline recommencing service to St. Maarten, there will be increased demand for flights to and from our hub at P.J.I.A.E. in St. Maarten.

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Schedule interruption InselAir flights from Nov. 14 to 16th

SINT MAARTEN/CURACAO - Passengers Traveling 14-16 November 2018, unfortunately, InselAir has been forced to cancel flights between Wednesday, November 14th until Friday, November 16th due to aircraft maintenance, InselAir announced in a statement ...

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Takeover candidate InselAir suffers from growth scares

WILLEMSTAD, PROVIDENCIALES - The intended acquisition candidate of InselAir, the inter-Caribbean Airways based on Turks and Caicos, is struggling with considerable growth scares and therefore also with a sub-optimal flight operation. This is...

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Malcolm Phillips wins first fight

Kissimmee, Florida / Sint Maarten - Malcolm Phillips has been successful in his first fight at the Sugar Bert Amateur Boxing event in Kissimmee, Florida on Saturday. Malcolm told 721 News that it is an honor for him as this is his first big...

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SMMAF held their third martial arts competition on Nov. 10

St. Maarten Martial Arts Federation (SMMAF) held their third martial arts competition on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at MPC Gym in St. Peters. The event showcased two martial art for adults and...

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Amending Constitution is not a priority

WILLEMSTAD - Foreigners who have lived in Curaçao for more than 10 years will not be able to vote in the parliamentary elections for the time being. The proposal of the opposition party MFK of the former Prime Minister, Gerrit Schotte must be...

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Internal investigation at Curaçao Refinery; Director on ...

WILLEMSTAD - The Supervisory Board (RvC) of the Refineria di Kòrsou N.V. (RdK), or Curaçao Refinery requested the statutory director of this company, Mr van Kwartel and two other employees, on November 14 to take a mandatory leave of absence. The ...

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Customs detects drugs on Venezuelan fruit boat

WILLEMSTAD - Customs discovered a large amount of marijuana on a Venezuelan fruit boat after a tip this week. The boat sailed in and moored at the Kleine Werf. The drugs were well hidden in the hold below deck and after the discovery, they were...

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Parliamentary debate on expanding electoral law

WILLEMSTAD - Can foreigners who have lived in Curaçao for over 10 years vote for the parliamentary elections? They can if it is up to the opposition party MFK. Parliament is debating this for the first time today. The Constitution must, in any...

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SMOC: The distribution of money within the RdK N.V.

WILLEMSTAD - RdK N.V. (Refineria di Korsou N.V.) collects the meager rent of the Isla. A meager rent because for the maintenance of the refinery and the more environmentally friendly operation - an objective of RdK N.V.- which requires a lot of...

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Parman fights withdrawal ENNIA licence, emergency regulation

PHILIPSBURG--Parman International B.V., with ultimate beneficial owner Hushang Ansary, is fighting the withdrawal of ENNIA’s insurance licence and the emergency regulation issued by the court in Curaçao with respectively an administrative LAR case...

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IMF: Weak growth, vulnerabilities persist in Curacao and SXM

WILLEMSTAD, PHILIPSBURG - Weak growth and underlying structural vulnerabilities persist in both Curaçao and St. Maarten, magnified further by large negative external shocks, including spill-overs from one of Curaçao's largest trading partners and ...

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CIBC FirstCaribbean supports utility development as the...

As one of the Lead Arrangers in ANG 375 million financing to Aqualectra WILLEMSTAD - The production and distribution of reliable and affordable electricity and water is the backbone for improving the lives in our Caribbean communities and growing ...

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Minister Blok: No deal about deporting Venezuelans

THE HAGUE - Kingdom Minister Stef Blok of Foreign Affairs has once again denied that the expulsion of Venezuelans fled to Curaçao was part of the agreement he concluded in April with the authorities in Caracas to end the border blockade to the...

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JGCN: The Week Against Child Abuse

'See, Say, Stop!', Is the slogan of Jeugdzorg en Gezinsvoogdij Caribisch Nederland (JGCN) during the week against child abuse that will take place from November 19th until November 25th, 2018. A well-known sound for many, but unfortunately this ...

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PCN Pensions 2% Higher per January 2019

Kralendijk- Pensioenfonds Caribisch Nederland (PCN) will increase the pensions with 2% per January 1, 2019. This was decided in a Board meeting which took place last week on Bonaire. In the meantime, the intended increase has also been...

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Three million Venezuelans have already left their country

CARACAS - Since 2015, three million Venezuelans have fled from the economic and political crisis in their country. That is what the United Nations (UN) says. Neighboring country Colombia received by far the most Venezuelans: one million. Peru...

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The number of Venezuelan women on boats is decreasing

WILLEMSTAD - The number of women intercepted on boats from Venezuela is decreasing. That is what the Public Prosecution Service (OM) says. The OM is currently conducting an active discouragement policy in Venezuela and in Curaçao. A special...

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Weather Forecast: Monday to Wednesday

DATE ISSUED: Sunday, November 18, 2018 @ 18:00 LST (22:00 UTC) VALID UNTIL: Monday evening (18:00 LST) November 19, 2018 ...A SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR ST. MAARTEN UNTIL 12PM MONDAY, 19 NOVEMBER... Tonight through Monday evening: Fair ...

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TelEm Group getting all 'Wacky' for Nov 23 Blowout Promotion

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - TelEm Group's Marketing & Sales team are getting all "Wacky" again with plans to turn St. Maarten's annual Black Friday sales into a "Wacky Telco Friday" bonanza for customers and friends.

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SZV notice: Pension survey closed this afternoon (Tuesday)

PHILIPSBURG - November 13th: Due to heavy rainfall the pension survey location in Hope Estate will be closed this afternoon. Weather permitting, the s...

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Nominations underway for COCI Board. Deadline Nov. 14

PHILIPSBURG - Three positions on the Board will become vacant as of January 1st, 2019 and these positions will be filled by three (3) candidates chose...

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NAGICO launches the Hurricane Xtra Policy

PHILIPSBURG (Monday, July 23, 2018) - Today, NAGICO Insurances unveiled a new insurance product called the NAGICO Hurricane Xtra Policy. It's designed as a supplemental coverage to insure uncovered expenses that may arise following a hurricane as ...

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Mosquito fogging campaign to commence Monday

SINT MAARTEN (GREAT BAY, DCOMM) - The Collective Prevention Services (CPS), a government department under the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour (Ministry VSA), said on Sunday that it hopes to commence with its mosquito...

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Library Closed Monday November 19 between 10am-12pm

Staff will be attending an awareness workshop from 10.00am to 12.00pm. PJL apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and will continue services as usual on Monday from 12.00pm to 5.00pm.

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CPS invites health care providers to register for AMR...

SINT MAARTEN - (GREAT BAY, DCOMM) - Health care providers are being asked to register to attend the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Information Session. The information session will be held on Tuesday, November 13 at 6.45pm at the Vineyard Office...

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Review LuminAID Packlite Max, a Solar Powered Phone Charger

ST. JOHN'S ESTATE - The Wizards, specializing in computer repairs and onsite services, is now the official reseller for an environmentally-friendly product that has a very unusual feature: A solar powered LED lantern that is a phone charger as...

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CPS: Advises persons at risk to get their flu vaccine

SINT MAARTEN (GREAT BAY, DCOMM) - It's that time of the year when influenza, better known as the flu, becomes more predominant. Influenza is a highly contagious viral infection. Unlike the common cold, influenza can cause severe illness and...

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Dubai to Host First-ever UAE & Caribbean Cooperation...

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Thursday November 15, 2018 - The first-ever UAE & Caribbean Cooperation Forum is set to take place in Dubai later this month to explore potential to boost economic cooperation between the UAE and Caribbean region.

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Barbados takes notice of Suriname; seeks closer integration

By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname - On Friday, the prime minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, concluded a three-day visit to Suriname, after being welcomed and blessed by traditional African leaders of Suriname in...

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Antigua-Barbuda continues to record progressive growth...

ST JOHN'S, Antigua - Antigua and Barbuda's tourism product continues to attract thousands to the country's shores and this is evident in the continual growth in visitor arrivals by air and sea throughout 2018. According to the quarterly visitor...

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Controversy escalates over alleged extra-judicial killings

By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate editor ~ CASTRIES, St Lucia - Just days after national security minister, Senator Hermangild Francis, attempted to blame Saint Lucian whistleblowers for the imposition...

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IMF concludes 2018 consultation with Belize

WASHINGTON, USA - On November 12, 2018, the executive board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation with Belize. Belize's economic recovery is strengthening, supported by a favourable global environment....

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Eligible Jamaicans should seek US citizenship, ...

By Derrick Scott WASHINGTON, USA - Eligible Jamaicans residing in the United States should take the necessary steps to become US citizens, Jamaica's ambassador, Audrey Marks, has urged. "I want to use this opportunity to appeal to those of you...

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Sinterklaas 'arrives' in Zaandijk, arrests in Rotterdam, ...

The 'arrival' of Sinterklaas in the Noord-Holland village of Zaandijk passed off peacefully on Saturday but there were clashes between pro and anti-Zwarte Piet activists at processions in other parts of the country. Three arrests were made in...

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Body in Belgian grave is Corrie van der Valk

A routine DNA test on the body of an unidentified woman buried in Belgium 17 years ago has solved a major Dutch mystery. The body is that of Corrie van der Valk, a member of the Dutch hospitality industry family who vanished after drinking...

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Policeman's son, shot dead by police, was at coffee shop ...

The 18-year-old youth who died after being dumped outside a Zoetermeer hospital with gun shot wounds was shot by police, investigators confirmed on Friday. The teenager, named by Dutch media as Wessel, is now known to be the son of a police...

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Tip-off sparks search for 10 tonnes of illegal fireworks ...

Police say they have discovered 10,000 kilos of illegal fireworks in a warehouse in Vijfhuizen near Haarlem after an anonymous tip-off. Police searched four homes in Haarlem and arrested four locals between the ages of 25 and 45. Two trucks were...

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Eritrean refugees find it difficult to adapt to life in NL

Eritrean refugees are having a difficult time adapting to life in the Netherlands, the Netherlands Institute for Social Research SCP said in a report published on Friday. The refugees, most of whom are fleeing from the open-ended compulsory...

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