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The independent island state of Antigua and Barbuda includes the uninhabited rocky islet of Redonda to the south-west.
When Christopher Columbus landed on the island he called Antigua, in 1493, it was inhabited by the fierce Carib tribe.
They hindered colonisation of the island until the British established a settlement there in 1632.
Thirty years later, settlers from Antigua moved north to establish a presence on Barbuda too.
Antigua and Barbuda became an independent state on November 1, 1981.
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