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Daily Archives: May 7, 2018

AFC General Secretary dodges key questions on LGE talks with APNU; says date for more talks is “being held in strict confidence”

The Alliance For Change (AFC) finally got its wish and held talks with A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on the way forward on Local Government Elections, but the AFC’s General Secretary, Marlon Williams dodged key questions on whether the talks were successful and when the two sides would meet again. Government’s Department of Public Information barely stated in a ...

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Testimony by 15-year old boy, who led Joint Services to stolen GDF weapon, to feature at Lindo Creek Inquiry

Testimony by man-who was 15 years old at the time of the Lindo Creek massacre- could be tested on the witness stand of the Commission of Inquiry on Wednesday, and it is unclear whether he would appear in person because of concerns for his security. Attorney-at-Law for the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Leslie Sobers remarked shortly before the adjournment of ...

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Jagdeo calls for special prosecution in Suriname piracy case

By Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO – Noting that the recent attacks on Guyanese fishermen in Surinamese waters are no random acts of violence for economic gains, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo not only called for swift action from the governments of Suriname of Guyana, but also for special prosecution of perpetrators. During a meeting Sunday in Suriname with fishermen, families of missing ...

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Suriname arrests 13 Guyanese suspects in piracy attacks

By Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO – Police authorities here confirmed Monday that they have detained thirteen suspects in the ongoing investigation into the recent armed attacks on several fishing boats offshore Suriname. While several individuals were captured by fishermen most of the suspects, all Guyanese fishermen, were arrested over the weekend at several location by police, Coast Guard and the Bureau ...

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