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Daily Archives: May 21, 2018

Top Suriname police officers in Guyana to probe piracy

A high-level team of Surinamese police officers is in Guyana widening their probe into last month’s deadly piracy attack off the coast of that Dutch-speaking neighbour, the Guyana Police Force said. “During the visit the team will be engaging with senior investigators from the Criminal Investigation Department and intelligence officers,” the local law enforcement agency said in a statement. The ...

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President, First Lady given “clean bill of health thus far”; govt states reason for annual medical check-up overseas

President David Granger and First Lady, Ms. Sandra Granger on Monday completed their first round of medical examinations under a Caribbean medical insurance scheme they have been part of for more than a decade. The Ministry of the Presidency also said the results from the at the Good Health Medical Centre in Trinidad and Tobago show they are in good health. ...

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Updated with Audio+Video: High Court blocks Magistrates’ Court hearing of charges against Singh, Brassington

High Court Judge, Franklin Holder Monday morning blocked the Magistrates’ Court from hearing criminal charges of misconduct in public office against former Finance Minister, Ashni Singh and former Head of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited, Winston Brassington. Defence Lawyer, Anil Nandlal told reporters what the judge decided in the in-chamber proceedings away from the glare of the media ...

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“Cross-Eye” charged with murder of ex-lover’s partner

The man, who allegedly killed a man who was in a relationship with his ex partner, was Monday arraigned on a charge of murder. Thirty-two year old  Corwyn ‘Cross Eye Arthur  of 1088 Cinderella City Amelia’s Ward, Linden was not required to plea to the inevitable charge. Linden Magistrate, Clive Nurse remanded Arthur to prison until June 21. Arthur is accused ...

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