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Daily Archives: June 7, 2015

Manu Durant’s suspected killer caught near Venezuelan border

Two days after shady character, Manu Durant, was gunned down at a city strip club, his suspected killer was arrested near the Guyana- Venezuela border. Police said the suspect was caught at Eteringbang, Cuyuni River on Saturday, June 6, 2015. “He is in police custody assisting with the investigations,” police said in a statement. Durant,40, was shot and killed during ...

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Guyana suspends Venezuelan airline’s flights; passengers stranded

by Zena Henry Guyana has suspended the operations of the Venezuelan airline, Conviasa because the carrier is yet to pay a passenger bond now that its operating license is about to be renewed, according to a top civil aviation official. “At the moment Conviasa’s permit has been suspended because they have not established their financial obligations,” she told Demerara Waves ...

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Guyana sets up unit to go after stolen cash, property

The Guyana government said it would be going after stolen assets that are stashed away locally and overseas, as it continues to accuse the previous administration of rampant corruption. “Where ever these are, whether here or overseas, and that to this end, there is likely to be established a State Assets Recovery Unit, tasked with this responsibility. This unit will ...

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Canada to fund justice improvement projects in Guyana

Guyana is to benefit from two CAN$20 million initiatives being implemented by the Canadian government in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and will also receive a CAN$750,000 grant to effect improvements to the Judiciary, says Canadian High Commissioner Dr. Nicole Giles. This and other initiatives were discussed by the Canadian envoy and Guyana’s Attorney General (AG) and Legal Affairs Minister, Basil ...

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