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Daily Archives: September 17, 2015

Soldiers shot

Police Thursday afternoon confirmed that two soldiers were shot late Wednesday night at the Georgetown Seawall. The incident occurred at about 11:30 PM. Police said a probe revealed that Andries Henry and King Pablo were with other persons on the seawalls, when they were approached by three men during which one of them discharged rounds from a handgun at the ...

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Ambassador key to Guyana-Venezuela bilateral talks; Guyana to press on with UN process with or without envoy

Foreign Minister, Carl Greenidge on Thursday indicated that his country would continue to rely on  United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon to find the best way to settle the border controversy with Venezuela even if that country refuses to approval Guyana’s nominee for the post of Ambassador. “Whatever actions Venezuela takes in relation to Ambassadors, we remain ready to ...

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Updated: One die in three vehicle smash up

Investigations are being conducted into a fatal accident that occurred at about 8:30 Wednesday night on the Schoonord Public Road, West Bank Demerara which left one person dead. He has been identified as Mahendra Sugrim, 23 years, of Goed Fortuin, WBD. Police said that  motor pickup PRR 4600 was proceeding along the roadway allegedly at a fast rate, when the ...

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Guyana reacts to Venezuela’s decision to suspend approval of ambassadorial nominee

Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge Wednesday night said his country would continue to speak out against Venezuela’s illegal claim to Guyana’s Essequibo region and maritime space. Greenidge made his position known a day after President Nicolas Maduro’s televised announcement that he had ordered the suspension of Georgetown’s application for Ambassador Cheryl Miles to be appointed Ambassador to Caracas. “I regret ...

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