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Vice Minister receives Prime Minister of Curaçao, who will attend the inauguration of the President-elect of Colombia

BOGOTA – On behalf of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Prime Minister of Curaçao, Eugene P.H. Rhuggenaath, arrived in Colombia to attend the inaugural ceremonies of the installation of President-elect, Iván Duque Márquez. “Good evening, I am very pleased and honored to be here to represent the Kingdom of the Netherlands which consists of […]

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Prime Minister meets with new Colombian Ministers

BOGOTA, WILLEMSTAD – Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath together with Ambassador of the Kingdom in Colombia, Jeroen Roodenburg, held a conversation with the Colombian incoming minister of Economic Affairs, Jose Manuel Restrepo, and incoming Minister of Agriculture, Andres Valencia. They discussed the further expansion of cooperation between the Kingdom and Colombia. Among other things, they discussed […]

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University to establish Dutch Caribbean Homicide Monitor

LEIDEN – As part of a research project to get a better insight and overview of the number of killings in Aruba, Curaçao, St. Maarten, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, the Leiden University is setting up a Dutch Caribbean Homicide Monitor. The risk to get killed in the Dutch Caribbean is much higher than in […]

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Orthofix: 2Q Earnings Snapshot – Yahoo News UK

Orthofix: 2Q Earnings SnapshotYahoo News UKWILLEMSTAD, Netherlands Antilles (AP) _ Orthofix International NV (OFIX) on Monday reported second-quarter net income of $925,000. On a per-share basis, the Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles-based company said ...

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CCJ President says rule of law crucial for a new oil-rich Guyana

GEORGETOWN – The rule of law and the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) influence will play an important part in making sure the benefits of Guyana’s emerging oil and gas sector are widespread and sustainable. That’s the opinion of the Trinidad-based CCJ’s new President, Justice Adrian Saunders. “The CCJ has particular relevance to Guyana at this […]

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Bon Bini, Willemstad! Meet the world’s most colorful city

If you’re on Instagram, you’re sure to have seen Willemstad. It’s the type of city that was born to be a star with its candy-colored buildings lining the waterfront. It’s as if the Lucky Charms leprechaun blessed it with his magical leprechaun ways and sent a sea full of Skittles raining down onto the town below. It’s basically what […]

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