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  • Arid climates are found along the extreme northern coast of Venezuela out to the islands including Aruba and Curacao, as well as the northwestern tip of Yucatán.Caribbean-Wikipedia
  • Arid climates are found along the extreme southern coast of Venezuela out to the islands including Aruba and Curacao, as well as the northern tip of YucatánCaribbean Sea-Wikipedia
  • In 2014 Trinidad and Tobago is the third country in the world which emits the most per capita after Qatar and Curacao according to the World Bank.Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • Both descend from Western Sephardim who left Portugal for the Netherlands, and in the case of Nicolás Maduro, from the Netherlands to Curaçao, and ultimately Venezuela.Sephardi Jews-Wikipedia
  • While Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten have a constituent country status, the Caribbean Netherlands are three islands designated as special municipalities of the Netherlands.Netherlands-Wikipedia
  • Caribbean islands such as Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Curaçao, Aruba, and the Leeward Antilles lie near the Venezuelan coast.Venezuela-Wikipedia

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