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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The U.S. Virgin Islands wants to clarify its entry requirements for American tourists. Our islands updated their entry procedures this month due to increasing travel demand from the mainland U.S.  In a recent press release from the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism, the board announced that it

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BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union has summoned its ambassador to Cuba to return to Brussels to explain himself after he reportedly signed an appeal asking U.S. President Joe Biden to lift sanctions against Cuba and begin normalizing ties with the country. A spokesman for EU foreign policy chief Josep

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ST. JOHN’S — The former chief of Antigua’s Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) was sentenced this week to 10 years in prison for his role in connection to a $7 billion Ponzi scheme involving the Stanford International Bank (SIB). Leroy King, 74, of Dickerson Bay, Antigua, pleaded guilty on Jan. 30, 2020,

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — With a nod to the effects of coronavirus on people’s purchasing habits, the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain will close one of its four locations on St. Thomas starting tomorrow. Subway at Tutu Park Mall is open today, but the restaurant said it will be “permanently” shuttered

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OTTAWA — Canada’s ban of cruise ships for an entire year has compelled the United States Congress to work together in trying to find a better answer. Members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee sent a bipartisan letter to the Canadian Ambassador to the United States Wednesday, concerning the one year extension

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A fresh coat of paint makes any real estate property look better — and that applies to government buildings as well. So now that a police station located near the Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas got the DIY treatment — it is bound to have

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CRUZ BAY — When a St. John resident posted an image of two women walking through town wearing only their bathing suits — it immediately touched off a firestorm of commentary on social media. Heather Weeks, in the Facebook group “Voices of St. John V.I.” said she noticed three people

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KINGSHILL — Governor Albert Bryan was joined by a host of other dignitaries and representatives of the USVI fishing industry at the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially reopen the newly renovated La Reine Fish Market, which had been closed since 2007 for health and safety reasons. Governor Bryan was joined by Senator

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Sustaining severe health conditions such as loss of body functions or brain functions are obviously heart-wrenching situations especially when these injuries could have been prevented by a reasonable medical attendant. However, the laws support the victims of medical malpractice. People suffering such injuries or incapacities can claim compensation to minimise

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Workers of specific industries can face critical health conditions years after the first exposure to dust. Airway diseases such as silicosis and asbestosis are notorious for progressing slowly but lethally. Although such diseases are easy to avoid by taking necessary care, recklessness and negligence can make way for deadly infections.

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