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Van Putten wants UN peacekeepers to assist Statia against Dutch ‘state sponsored terror’ – Curacao Chronicle


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Van Putten wants UN peacekeepers to assist Statia against Dutch 'state sponsored terror'
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Filing a request under Article 6, he said, will send a clear message to the Dutch Government that COPPAL will not tolerate the threat of the use of force or any other violations of UN principles. Van Putten also wants to address the issue of St ...

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Video: Royal Caribbean Adventurist Shay Mitchell: Sailing in St. Maarten
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Van Putten wants UN peacekeepers to assist Statia against Dutch ‘state sponsored terror’

ORANJESTAD – Island Councilman Clyde van Putten has filed a request for assistance to the Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean (COPPAL) in the matter between the island and the Kingdom Government. The Dutch Parliament passed an emergency legislation on Tuesday that will dissolve St. Eustatius’ Island Council and send home […]

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Oil refinery might become inoperative

WILLEMSTAD – The Isla refinery is currently limited in its steam deliveries from the CRU plant. That is according to the deputy director of the oil refinery Karel van Haren. Curacao Refinery Utilities is the independent supplier of utilities to the refinery. If the problem is not solved then the Isla refinery might become inoperative […]

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OM: First arrest for unpaid traffic fines

WILLEMSTAD – The first defaulter of the Public Prosecution (OM) has been detained today to serve time behind bars (due to non-payment of fines). It concerns the man J.G.U. (1994). During a regular police check, he was caught with dark tinted windows. He was not in possession of an identification or a valid driving license. […]

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Positive signs for legal cannabis industry

NEW YORK – According to a report by Grand View Research, the global medical cannabis market is projected to reach a value of US$55.8 billion by 2025. After the elections of 2016, Washington DC, along with 28 states, has legalized cannabis for medical uses. The growing number of states and countries getting approval for using […]

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5500 helping hands for the fifth edition of CURA DOET!

Entire community rolls up their sleeves on March 9 and 10, 2018 WILLEMSTAD – CURA DOET has helped hundreds of organizations in Curaçao over the past 5 years. The organization is proud of the thousands of volunteers who have worked hard to help clean up the island. But there is also so much to do. […]

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System for reporting substandard, falsified medicines in the region launched

PORT OF SPAIN – The Caribbean Regulatory System (CRS) has launched VigiCarib – a voluntary regional system for CARICOM states to report adverse drug reactions (ADRs), suspected substandard and falsified products. Medicines safety and monitoring systems are often limited in the individual small states of CARICOM, and the rationale for a regional approach is that with […]

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