Venezuela Closes Border to 3 Caribbean Islands Ahead of Aid Showdown
The move against Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao came before a Saturday deadline by the Venezuelan opposition and the Trump administration for President Nicolás Maduro to end a blockade.
Aruba: Where Women Lead
The number of women in high positions in Aruba is striking, especially at a time when the rise of political leadership by women has flattened.
Maduro Cuts Off Venezuela’s Air and Sea Traffic With 3 Island Neighbors
The shutoff temporarily halts flights and ship traffic to and from Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao, three islands that host black markets for Venezuelan contraband.
With Talent From Two Small Islands, the Netherlands Is a W.B.C. Favorite
A 5-0 win over host South Korea put the team in a strong position.
House Hunting in ... Aruba
Aruba has struggled to recover from the global real estate crisis of 2008, though the market has showed some improvement in recent years.
A Five-Bedroom Villa on the Caribbean in Aruba
The house, built in the 1960s on the island’s northwest coast, is on the market for $1.46 million.
Venezuela: Military Says It Downed Plane Near Aruba
Venezuela’s defense minister said Friday that Venezuelan military aircraft had shot down a small plane that crashed a day earlier in the waters near the island of Aruba.
Plane Crashes Near Aruba After Pursuit by Military Jets
A small civilian aircraft, suspected of carrying drugs and pursued by Venezuelan military jets, crashed Thursday into the Caribbean Sea near the island of Aruba, officials said.
U.S. Bars Travel by Top Venezuelan Officials
Limits affecting cabinet members, agency heads, mayors, judges, and members of the military and the police were imposed in response to human rights abuses by the Venezuelan government at antigovernment demonstrations.
Venezuelan Officers Linked to Colombian Cocaine Traffickers
The head of Venezuelan military intelligence was on the payroll of a Colombian drug lord, invested money in drug shipments and coordinated the shipment of cocaine, according to prosecutors.
You are here: Home World Events