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Wereldwijde drugshandel via ‘narcostaat’ Nederland

THE NETHERLANDS - Nederland kan zich Europees kampioen drugshandel noemen, zo blijkt uit een rapport van de EU. Drugs uit alle hoeken van de wereld lopen via Nederland, vooral via de haven van Rotterdam. Ook handelaren van alle continenten zoeken elkaar op via Nederlandse contacten.

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Veiling in beslag genomen goederen

PHILIPSBURG - In de maand maart gaat het Openbaar Ministerie over tot veiling van in beslag genomen goederen van de politie, Afpakteam Curaçao en Openbaar Ministerie.

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Two Customs officers among 11 held in coke investigation Suriname

PARAMARIBO--Police say they have arrested two Customs officers in connection with the 978 kilograms of cocaine that was caught last week at Nieuwe Haven, the harbour complex in the capital of Paramaribo.

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Two Carnival Village booth-holders take SCDF to court over Festival Village slots

PHILIPSBURG--Two former Carnival Village booth-holders and St. Maarten Carnival Development Foundation (SCDF) squared off at the Courthouse on Friday afternoon.

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Group of eleven in Curacao chooses chair and passes motions

WILLEMSTAD--The so-called Group of Eleven in Curaçao's Parliament adopted motions of no-confidence against five ministers of the caretaker Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Hensley Koeiman (MAN) and plenipotentiary Minister in The Hague Eunice Eisden.

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Praise for Helberg at farewell reception

THE HAGUE--Someone who connects people, who makes everyone feel appreciated, who fights against injustice, breaks taboos and says things in a candid manner.

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SZV and government St. Maarten sign lease accord for new building

PHILIPSBURG -- Social Health Insurances SZV and Prime Minister William Marlin on Friday signed a 30-year lease agreement to enable government to rent the new Administration Building on Pond Island for the next three decades.

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Farley Elshot gets community service

PHILIPSBURG--Farley R. Elshot (35) was sentenced Thursday to fifty hours of community service. During a brief session, the Court of First Instance found it legally and convincingly proven that he had seriously threatened one of his neighbours on December 4, 2016.

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Police continue to search for witnesses in Mars case

PHILIPSBURG--The Detective Department has been engaged in the investigation of the disappearance of the two men S.L. Sarante-Diaz and E. Rosario.

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Council is considering lawsuit against Vamed

PHILIPSBURG--The Council of Ministers is considering taking legal action against Austria-based general construction company Vamed.

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House search and arrest made in MARS investigation

PHILIPSBURG - In connection with the investigation "MARS" Investigation (Two Missing men) led by the Prosecutor’s Office, members of KPSM and RST held a house search on February 16, 2017 in the Belvedere area in the presence of a judge of Instruction.

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“SWORDFISH” Investigation still ongoing

PHILIPSBURG - February 15th of 2017 marks exactly one year since the escape of K. Fortune, aka "Kuchi". The Prosecutor’s Office and KPSM is announcing that this investigation is still ongoing and that a reward of Nafls 5,000.– will be given to anyone for information that could lead to the arrest of "Kuchi".

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Extradition of Rietwijk, Koeiman and Felecia a fact

PHILIPSBURG - On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, the extradition of Ramphis "Ronchi" Rietwijk (1965), Rogelio "Greg" Koeiman (1968) and Gilbertico "Kalala" Felecia (1978) to the United States has taken place.

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Venezuela Delays Crude Shipments

CARACAS - Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has delayed and cancelled crude deliveries to commercial partners in recent months, according to documents seen by Reuters, a further sign of the steady production decline of the country's top export.

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'Group of 11' meeting illegal

WILLEMSTAD--Governor of Curaçao Lucille George-Wout indicated to the "new majority" in Parliament that their impromptu gathering Tuesday evening was illegal.

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Governor receives 'group of eleven'

WILLEMSTAD-Curaçao Governor Lucille George-Wout on Wednesday morning met with the 11 Members of Parliament (MPs) who now form the new majority in Parliament.

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New majority will try to install Government in Curacao

WILLEMSTAD--Parliament clerk Silvin Cijntje has called a plenary session for Friday asked for by the “new majority.”

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UoC-studenten op uitwisseling naar België

WILLEMSTAD/ BELGIUM - Afgelopen dinsdag 31 januari zijn 3 studenten van de Algemene Faculteit van de Tweedegraads Lerarenopleiding Engels naar België vertrokken voor een uitwisseling aan de Artevelde Hogeschool in Gent.

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Caribbean tourism arrival numbers hit all-time high

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados--Caribbean tourism broke new ground last year, surpassing 29 million arrivals for the first time ever and once again growing faster than the global average.

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