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Thursday, October 12, 2006 

Caribbean islands become Dutch municipalities

by Gijs van den Heuvel*

12-10-2006

Bonaire, Saint Eustace and Saba, three small islands in the Caribbean, are to become part of the Netherlands. With this decision the dismantlement of the Netherlands Antilles as a single state within the kingdom of the Netherlands has begun. The three islands have come to an agreement about their future after difficult and lengthy negotiations.

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