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 Where is St. Vincent in relation to Grenada?

Answer The main island of St. Vincent is located north east of Grenada in a chain of smaller channel islands known as the Grenadines. The two islands are separated by about one degree of latitude. While G... Read More »
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Why did the US Marines invade Grenada?

Because President Ronald Reagan said "GO".
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Do I need a visa to go to Grenada?

According to the Grenada consulate, a visa is not required for citizens of the United States or Canada. The visitor must provide proof of citizenship and a return ticket or ticket to an onward dest... Read More »
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The US Marines invaded Grenada because?

a radical military group with ties to Cuba had seized power. a radical government there began constructing an airfield.Cuban forces had taken over the country
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Do I need a visa to travel to Grenada?

United States citizens traveling to the Caribbean island nation of Grenada must carry a valid passport, but no visa is required for stays of up to three months. Grenada, part of the three-island Gr... Read More »
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