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KRALENDIJK — Three Caribbean islands and two European countries have been removed from the British Government’s list of COVID-19 safe places to come from. Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba are the three Caribbean islands to have been removed from the safe travel corridor list, UK Secretary of State for Transport

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WILLEMSTAD — Renowned aquanaut, Ocean explorer and environmentalist Fabien Cousteau–grandson of Jacques-Yves Cousteau–announces today his vision for PROTEUS™, the world’s most advanced underwater scientific research station and habitat to address humanity’s most critical concerns: medicinal discoveries, food sustainability, and the impacts of climate change. A project of the Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning

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ORANJESTAD — Two Dutch soldiers died when a Netherlands military defense NH90 helicopter crashed near Aruba on Sunday. Two Dutch soldiers survived the crash. Pilot Christine Martens, 34, and Tactical Coordinator Erwin Warnies, 33, were killed in the accident, Commander of the Armed Forces Rob Bauer confirmed today. The cause

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Dear Editor: I do not support the Governor’s attempt to amend the law to allow recreational use of marijuana. I listened to the Special Senate Session yesterday – the whole darn thing. A couple of observations. This smells like a progressive democrat agenda, led by a progressive democrat (Bryan). Proponents

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WILLEMSTAD — The British Royal Navy support ship RFA Mounts Bay has joined forces with specialist U.S. take-down teams from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), in order to combat drug smuggling in the Caribbean. USCG drug enforcement experts have been deployed to stop illegal narcotics produced in South and Central

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[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] CARACAS — Venezuela’s state-run oil company PDVSA suspended oil storage and shipping from its Caribbean facilities following a move by ConocoPhillips to temporarily seize the firm’s assets on four islands, according to a PDVSA source and Reuters data. PDVSA has begun concentrating most shipping in

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WILLEMSTAD — Customs officials in the German port of Hamburg say they have seized 717 kilograms (1,580 pounds) of cocaine, which they estimate would have produced drugs with a street value of 145 million euros ($156 million). The head of the Hamburg customs investigation office, Rene Matschke, said Friday that

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CHRISTIANSTED — Curacao finished its domination of the seven-team Caribbean regional tournament Saturday with a 5-0 win over St. Thomas at Canegata Ballpark to earn a berth in the Little League World Series. The Pariba League team from Willemstad outscored its opponents 61-1 in six tournament games. It defeated St.

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       Green-speckled scorpionfish WILLEMSTAD — A riotously colorful new species of scorpionfish has been found deep in the region near Curaçao. The fish is orange-red, with splashes of yellow and pink decorating its fins and face. Its scientific name is Scorpaenodes barrybrowni, after nature photographer Barry Brown, who works with

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Despite casual gaming becoming an intrinsic part of our lives, there are still several resorts abroad that are managing to weather this turbulent period, such as the quality establishments found in the Caribbean. To celebrate this persistent tropical gaming scene, here is a list of the top five currently open.

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