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Daily Archives: February 23, 2014

Fmr. President Jagdeo ill, flown overseas

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo and his long-time friend, Dr. Ranjisinghi Ramroop left for Florida Friday night aboard a chartered flight. The Lear Jet, bearing registration number N425SA, winged out with the two gentlemen aboard about 10:30 PM. One usually reliable source told Demerara Waves Online News (www.demwaves.com) that Jagdeo and his doctors were not taking any chances because the former ...

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Three seriously hurt in Mash Day smash-up

A vehicular collision near the St. George’s Cathedral has left three persons, including a one year old child, injured. They were rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation for emergency treatment. A usually reliable Citizen Reporter who witnessed the incident said a grey Raum, PMM 3827, flipped in the air on colliding with a silver Allion, PRR 4287. The seriously ...

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APNU pushes for proper oversight of anti-money laundering system

A Partnership for National Unity’s (APNU) Lead Representative on the parliamentary select committee on amendments to the anti-money laundering bill, Carl Greenidge says his coalition’s proposed amendments stress the need for proper governance of the system. APNU’s proposed amendments to the 2009 Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act seek to establish an Anti Money Laundering Authority ...

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Liquified cocaine exporter caught

A 23-year old woman was early Sunday-Mashramani Day- busted with two kilogrammes of liquefied cocaine. Described as a “regular traveller” to New York, the woman was arrested shortly before she was about to board a Fly Jamaica flight to the United States via Jamaica about 12:30 AM. The cocaine was contained in two rum bottles. She is a resident of ...

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