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Daily Archives: January 26, 2015

Caribbean News Desk for Mon Jan 26, 2015 …New York’s blizzard grounds Caribbean Airlines

A major blizzard, Winter Storm Juno, forced Caribbean Airlines to cancel several  flights to and from New York on Monday and Tuesday. The airline said that as of noon, it has cancelled, delayed or consolidated many flights to/from JFK for Monday and Tuesday and other changes could be expected depending on the severity and clean-up required after the storm. The ...

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One bandit shot dead, one arrested in two separate robberies

A bandit was shot dead and another escaped shortly after robbing a pump attendant at an East Coast Demerara gas station, according to sources. The owner of Choke Gas Station located at LBI Public Road opened fire on the two bandits. The only name of the dead man was given as Mervin. Police sources said that the dead man was found ...

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Supporters of financial sanctions are “unpatriotic”- Finance Minister

Guyana’s Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh on Sunday labeled those who support the European Union’s (EU) financial sanctions on the country “unpatriotic” and he called on Guyanese across the political divide to put national interests first. “This worries me because irrespective of which side of the National Assembly you sit on, you have an obligation to assure that jobs are ...

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