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Daily Archives: September 13, 2020

Police force virtually silent on investigation into West Berbice killings

The Guyana Police Force on Sunday remained virtually tight-lipped for a fourth straight day on the status of investigations into the several killings on the West Coast Berbice over the past week. Home Affairs Minister Robeson Benn also could not provide any useful information, instead merely saying that the police were continuing their investigations and he would prefer not to ...

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US Secretary of State’s advance party arrives in Guyana

A United States (US) military transport aircraft arrived Sunday in preparation for Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo’s visit to Guyana later this week, according to well-placed sources. The C-17 US Air Force military transport plane landed at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) at about 5:30 PM bringing with it an advance party of more than two dozen people as ...

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Race relations must be put on national agenda- Nigel Hughes, IDPADA-G, GTUC

Hours before the mutilated bodies of the two slain teenagers were began the long journey from Georgetown to West Coast Berbice for burial, fresh calls were issued for Guyana’s race relations problem to put on the national agenda of political leaders and other stakeholders. Attorney-at-Law Nigel Hughes, Chairman of the International Decade for People of African Descent Assembly – Guyana ...

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Harmon, Lawrence at one on justice for Henry cousins but seemingly differ on approach

Chairman of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Volda Lawrence and Opposition Leader Joseph Harmon on Sunday issued separate calls for justice for the teenage Henry cousins whose chopped bodies were found aback West Coast Berbice one week ago. But the two PNCR Executive members appeared to differ on the approach, with Ms. Lawrence continuing to strike a more conciliatory ...

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