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A brief fire erupted at Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges at Universal’s Islands of Adventure this morning. We spotted the fire from across the lagoon and could hear shouting. Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges is currently closed for refurbishment so no guests would have been in this area. The fire sent up a plume of …

Welcome to Tuesday’s edition of Patch PM. Here’s a look at today’s latest headlines. Where Did Rhode Island’s $1.25 Billion Federal Stimulus Go? The state spent all of its initial CARES Act funding. Here’s a look at how it all broke down. ‘Thousands Of Unsung Heroes’ | RI Leaders Thank Public Employees Gov. Gina Raimondo …

Skylar Mack, a pre-med student at Mercer University, left for the Islands November 27 after testing negative for Covid-19 at home, her grandmother, Jeanne Mack, told CNN. When Mack landed, she was given another Covid-19 test, which came back negative and she was told to remain in isolation for two weeks. Instead, she decided to …

Article content A Quebec dentist and his partner have been booted out of the Cayman Islands after breaking the territory’s quarantine rules. Dr. Pascal Terjanian, a controversial dentist who practises in Montreal and Terrebonne, and Cristina Gurinian pleaded guilty to the charge and were each fined $1,500. The couple arrived in the Cayman Islands on …

As the UK’s Covid-19 cases continue to surge, there are rising concerns that more countries may introduce restrictions on British holidaymakers – rendering them off-limits until our own infection rate reduces.  Just as the UK has government-approved ‘travel corridors’, the likes of France, Greece and Spain have their own restrictions on overseas visitors – which, …

Greek authorities have revealed that illegal migrants are gathering on Turkey’s Aegean coast after having been transferred from camps. According to sources used by Kathimerini, many of them were at the Greek-Turkish land border at Evros and Turkey has organised a plan to transport the illegal immigrants infected with coronavirus to Greece and Europe in …

Image copyright NASA The Falkland Islands may at some point in the future face a major tsunami. Scientists have found evidence of ancient slope failures on the seafloor to the south of the British Overseas Territory. Computer models suggest these underwater landslides would have been capable of sending waves crashing on to the Falklands’ coastline …

With numerous organizations and companies across the U.K. and Australia cutting ties with the Duke of York amid allegations of sex crimes relating to his friendship with prolific pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, no Canadian organization tied to the disgraced Royal have responded to The Post Millennial‘s queries if they’ll follow suit. On Thursday, Standard Chartered became …

“Epstein created a network of companies and individuals who participated in and conspired with him in a pattern of criminal activity related to the sex trafficking, forced labor, sexual assault, child abuse, and sexual servitude of these young women and children,” according to the lawsuit filed by Attorney General Denise N. George. The suit, filed …

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Bananas are a big export industry for Martinique and nearly all are shipped to France The French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique thrive on their image as idyllic sun, sea and sand destinations for tourists. But few visitors are aware that these lush, tropical islands have a chronic …