Eight members of Congress and several administration officials visited St Croix in order to assess the damage to the US Virgin Islands and the ongoing recovery effort.

The territory requires the help of Congress in order to rebuild a stronger and more resilient infrastructure, Governor Kenneth Mapp said on Sunday.

Speaking to a visiting congressional delegation representing the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, the governor said that more resources are required than provided for under current laws.

“If there is one thing I ask, it’s that you seriously consider amending the Stafford Act,” Mapp said. “We don’t just need to rebuild, we need more mitigation and to rebuild for the future.”

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The Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao is one of the more fascinating yet undiscovered islands in the region — from its captivating historic capital to its off-the-beaten-path beaches.

To show you a bit more about why we love it here, we collected a series of moments — a way to look at Curaçao through the things and places that make trips memorable.

Here are 15 photos that will make you fall in love with Curaçao.

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ST GEORGES, Grenada — Grenada has announced that it will join the recent round of price cuts for regional economic citizenship precipitated by St Kitts and Nevis in September, which has been widely viewed as an unproductive “race to the bottom”.

According to Investment Migration Insider, the chair of Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Committee, Kaisha Ince, announced during the 11th Global Residence and Citizenship Conference in Hong Kong last week, that the Grenada citizenship by investment programme (CIP) will see some significant changes before the end of the year.

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