Shurandy “Tyson” Quant.
~ Extradition may take time ~
DUBAI--A special police unit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), on Thursday arrested Curaçao-born alleged No Limit Soldiers (NLS) leader Shurandy “Tyson” Quant, who has been wanted by Dutch law enforcement for ordering several contract killings, kidnapping, money-laundering, and being the leader of a criminal organisation.
At the press conference Thursday were, from left: ARS Director Paul Guibert, Préfète Sylvie Feucher, President of the Collectivité Daniel Gibbs and President of Club du Tourisme, Patrice Séguin. (Robert Luckock photo)
MARIGOT--French-side hotels, villas and guesthouses will be required individually to sign a convention taking responsibility for their foreign and American guests in terms of instructing those guests to take a COVID-19 test where applicable and to follow-up on the results of those tests.
Ludmila de Weever
PHILIPSBURG--All businesses in the country can remain open until 2:00am as of December 1, Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT) Ludmila de Weever announced on Wednesday.
PHILIPSBURG--The Parliament of Aruba has not yet handled a proposal from the Washington DC-based Choharis Law Group, which the Parliament of St. Maarten approached to assist with the completion of the process of decolonising the islands of the former Netherlands Antilles and seeking reparations from the Netherlands.
BUENOS AIRES--World soccer great Diego Armando Maradona, who died on Wednesday less than a month after his 60th birthday, was worshipped like a god for his genius with the ball, but his demons almost destroyed him.