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Groningen student association Diephuis visits VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne Curaçao

WILLEMSTAD - On Thursday 16 February, law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne played host to twenty-three students of the civil law student association Diephuis from Groningen.

Weer bootje met illegale Venezolanen onderschept bij Curacao

WILLEMSTAD - De Kustwacht Caribisch Gebied (KWCARIB) heeft zaterdag tweeëntwintig personen aangehouden die illegaal Curaçao probeerden binnen te komen.

Governor initiates formation process

WILLEMSTAD—Curaçao’s Governor Lucille George-Wout starts consultations on forming an interim cabinet today, Monday, after the “new majority” in Parliament adopted motions of no confidence against Ministers Eugene Rhuggenaath (PAR), Suzanne Camelia-Römer (PNP), Kenneth Gijsbertha (MAN) and Zita Jesus-Leito (PAR), as well as plenipotentiary Minister in The Hague Eunice Eisden (MAN).
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