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Dutch police to stay longer in St. Maarten – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)Dutch police to stay longer in St. MaartenThe Daily Herald (press release)Initially, the deployment of Dutch police officers in St. Maarten had been slated to end in August. A BZK Ministry spokesperson confirmed that tal...

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Archbishop Gordon Receives Pallium, Now Has Vatican Authority – ctvtt.com

ctvtt.comArchbishop Gordon Receives Pallium, Now Has Vatican Authorityctvtt.comArchbishop Gordon is the Metropolitan Archbishop for the Ecclesiastical Province of Port of Spain, which includes Guyana, Suriname, the Netherland Antilles, and Barbados. Th...

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Curaçao cleans during World Clean Up Day 2018

Government supports initiative on September 15, 2018 WILLEMSTAD – Together with more than 150 other countries, Curaçao will participate in World Clean Up Day on Saturday September 15, 2018.  The goal is to dispose of as much waste as possible worldwide on that day and to draw attention to the pollution problem. The entire population […]

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Curaçao cleans during World Clean Up Day 2018

Government supports initiative on September 15, 2018 WILLEMSTAD – Together with more than 150 other countries, Curaçao will participate in World Clean Up Day on Saturday September 15, 2018.  The goal is to dispose of as much waste as possible worldwide on that day and to draw attention to the pollution problem. The entire population […]

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Venezuelan president implicated in US investigation of €160 million laundered through Malta

MIAMI – Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has been implicated in an American investigation for having laundered some €160 million through an unnamed Maltese private investment firm, according to a Homeland Security Investigations criminal complaint filed in the courts of Miami. The criminal complaint alleges that Maduro’s stepsons helped launder US$1.2 billion in funds pilfered from […]

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Citgo to resume Aruba refinery’s refurbishing work next month – Reuters


Citgo to resume Aruba refinery's refurbishing work next month
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Aug 15 (Reuters) - A unit of Citgo Petroleum in September plans to resume long-delayed work to refurbish an idled, 235,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) oil refinery on Aruba, the Caribbean island's government said on Wednesday. Due to a lack of credit, Citgo ...

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Cuba’s travel industry takes 6 percent dip

HAVANA – According to a Cuban tourism expert there was a drop in Cuba’s tourism this year because of the travel restrictions imposed by the U.S. President Donald Trump and hurricanes. So far, the country received three million tourists, it is noted that this level was hit 16 days later than that in 2017. Jose […]

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