Antigua and Barbuda

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There he is, a world-famous rock star, wearing a white peaked cap, giving you a smile and happily acknowledging you as he makes his way from his villa on the east coast to the Antiguan capital of St John's.
MILLIONS of dollars have been spent by the Antiguan government on repairing its ailing tourism industry following last year's murders of a Welsh honeymoon couple.
Taking in the sights of Clarence House and driving through Antigua's lush rainforest, Lawrence was able to give an overview of Antiguan life and the country he loves and knows so well.
EAG treasurer Junior Prosper related that, today, the Antiguan Racer population stands at about 300, spread across Bird (GBI), Rabbit, Green, and York islands.
We can find Kincaid-the-Antiguan in unambiguous representations of A Small Place and its people ("we Antiguans, for I am one, have a great sense of things, and the more meaningful the thing, the more meaningless we make it" [1988, 8]) and in the author's reference to a white-only club ("we Antiguans thought that the people at the Mill Reef Club had such bad manners, like pigs" [27]).
The WTO ruling is anticipated to pave the way for new media opportunities for Antiguan gaming operators.
Almost every Antiguan landmark bears witness to the influence of the British on the island as cannons, forts and dockyards all bear testament to a past that is far removed, but far from forgotten.
Prof Olaoye told the Antiguan national newspaper: "Despite recent poor publicity with regard to the British couple murdered in Antigua this is more an exception rather than a rule, still we feel the pain of the family of the Mullanys and wish it had not happened.
If you get peckish on the way, a choice of mangoes, bananas, papayas, Antiguan gooseberries and pomegranates can be picked straight off the trees in the resort's lush tropical gardens.
Antiguans love to chat about local and international issues, among other topics.
It has become one way for Antiguans to come to terms with their horrific heritage of slavery, the monster that spawned and fed the wealthy sugar estates.
Antiguans must appear deferential, even if they are in reality filled with anger.
The hearing before the Appellate Body is seen by Antiguans as a "final hurdle in a lengthy and unprecedented legal battle," explained Mark Mendel, the lead legal counsel for Antigua in the dispute.
11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington not only left three Antiguans dead but also had a negative impact on the economy, especially the vital tourism sector which accounts for more than 65% of the country's gross domestic product.
The call center, which operates in the Old Sealy Building close to the airport, is expected, ultimately, to expand from its current start-up staff of 40 to employ over 1,000 Antiguans and Barbudans to service a variety of Fortune 100 Corporations with consumers in the US market, as well as UK market Corporations.