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Daily Archives: July 13, 2014

Gotze goal hands Germany World Cup

(ESPN).-Germany were crowned world champions for the fourth time after a stunning extra-time strike by substitute Mario Gotze secured a 1-0 victory over Argentina. After 113 goalless minutes in the World Cup final, Gotze — a second-half substitute for Miroslav Klose — controlled Andre Schurrle’s left-wing cross beautifully on his chest before volleying past Sergio Romero. Twenty-four years after their ...

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Hunter shot dead; outboard motor, gun stolen

An elderly former hunter was shot dead and his firearm and outboard motor were apparently stolen, a family member said. The decomposed body of 70-year old Osmond Fiedtkou  of Groete Creek, Essequibo River was removed Sunday morning and taken to the Bartica Hospital for eventual transfer to Georgetown for an autopsy. His body was found about two miles away from ...

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PPP losing East Indian support-base; time to share power with opposition – Ramkarran

Former People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Executive Committee member, Ralph Ramkarran has said that that political organization would ultimately have to give into power-sharing because the latest population census shows that its traditional East Indian support continues to decline. “With confirmation of the reducing Indian population by the census, if the PPP wants to continue holding political power, it has to ...

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Five BK employees arrested for stealing spare parts

Five employees of BK Group of Companies were taken into police custody Saturday afternoon after they were caught allegedly stealing Mack Trucks spare parts from the company valued approximately GUY$40 million. The company said in a statement that the men were assisting police with their investigations. The items allegedly stolen include but are not limited to a computer box, fuel ...

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