WEST VIRGINIA, Va.
— WEST VINCI, Va.– A few hours after Hurricane Matthew slammed into the eastern seaboard of the United States, the first of several new Caribbean island attractions reopened for visitors.
The new arrivals, at various locations, include the West Virginia Coastside Beach, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Bahamas Paradise Island, and St. Martin.
A new attraction, the St. Michael of the Sea, opened on the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines last week.
It is a boat ride that takes visitors on a boat that floats through the Caribbean Sea and then takes them into a tropical island paradise.
The park is closed until October 30, but visitors can still explore the island, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Caribbean is often referred to as the “New World.”
The United States and its allies are trying to stem the flow of illegal immigrants and refugees coming into the country from Central America and Africa.
But the new arrivals in the Caribbean are not going unnoticed by the Obama administration.
They are bringing a new element of risk to the border with Mexico.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says the number of migrants who entered the United State illegally last year has nearly doubled, from about 3,000 to more than 11,000.
The president’s new strategy, which was announced Wednesday, aims to stop people from crossing the border at a point called the southern border.
Trump said he wanted to keep the border secure and enforce the law.
But a group of experts, including Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, said the new approach would not work.
They argue that the southern wall would be ineffective at stopping the flow, and that there is a greater risk to national security by using a land border.
The Trump administration has already begun to dismantle parts of the southern fence and build new barriers to try to deter migrants.
But the experts say that will only work if the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and other European countries agree to share in the responsibility for securing the border.
Johnson’s department has asked the European Union for help in setting up a border fence.