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Trip sparked cop’s slays – New York Post


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Trip sparked cop's slays
New York Post
The NYPD cop who shot dead her boyfriend, their 1-year-old son and herself was furious about his plans to travel to Guyana to buy land, police sources and family said. “The government gives away land. He was going to look and see if he could get a ...
NYPD Officer Rosette Samuel killed her baby to relieve 'burden,' police source ...New York Daily News

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Service on Lion Air is terrific – Stabroek News

Service on Lion Air is terrificStabroek NewsThe people are more spiritual than we in Guyana or in India. The people take their worship very seriously and at some temples, only well attired Hindus are allowed inside. I was rejected entrance to the holie...

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Guyana ranks 118 out of 187 on the human development index – Stabroek News

Guyana ranks 118 out of 187 on the human development indexStabroek NewsI have grown up with the understanding and belief that self-preservation is the first law of nature. Hence, I am certain that just like me, other citizens are alarmed that Guyana (a...

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Rastafari conference on Saturday – Stabroek News

Rastafari conference on SaturdayStabroek NewsThe Guyana Rastafari Coun-cil is hosting a national conference aimed at unifying the Rastafari community on Saturday at the FE Pollard School. According to a press statement, the seminar is a joint collabora...

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US diplomat tells Guyana to legalize gay rights – Gay Star News


US diplomat tells Guyana to legalize gay rights
Gay Star News
The US Ambassador to Guyana, Brent Hardt said that country's government take action and repeal anti-gay laws and introduce LGBT rights. Hardt told a media workshop held over the weekend in Georgetown, Guyana's capital, that he believes there could be ...

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A perfect storm – the radio broacast licences – Stabroek News


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A perfect storm – the radio broacast licences
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The history of broadcast licensing in Guyana, culminating in Jagdeo's secret awards to a chosen few, is a prime example of the PPP's totalitarian disregard for fundamental rights and democracy. For almost two decades they maintained a monopoly of the ...

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Calgarian one of two men killed in plane crash in Guyana – Edmonton Journal – Edmonton Journal


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Calgarian one of two men killed in plane crash in Guyana - Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Journal
Nick Dmitriev, 54, was a system operator with DigitalWorld Mapping Inc., and part of a LiDAR mapping and imaging project in Guyana. Dmitriev's role in Guyana was to ride in the aircraft and monitor data to create topographic maps. He had been with the ...
Calgary man killed in plane crash in Guyanaglobalnews.ca
Calgarian dies in South American plane crashCTV News
Calgary scientist killed in plane crash in South AmericaMetroNews Canada

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Envoy urges stakeholders to explore investment in Iran – Stabroek News

Envoy urges stakeholders to explore investment in IranStabroek NewsNewly sworn in Iranian Ambassador to Guyana Hojattolah Soltani invited a delegation of local stakeholders in the agricultural and industrial sectors to explore opportunities in his coun...

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Clean-up campaigns are not sustainable – Stabroek News

Clean-up campaigns are not sustainableStabroek NewsI read recently where we were informed that another clean-up campaign has been organized in Guyana, the most recent one being the work by students at the University of Guyana. Not so long ago, staff of...

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