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Brazilian miner was shot behind his head by policeman

The Brazilian miner, who was killed by a policeman, was shot behind his head, according to an autopsy conducted on Wednesday found. “The cause of death was given as gunshot injury to head (entry through the back exit through the front),” the Guyana Police Force said. Government Pathologist, Dr. Nehaul Singh believed that Estevao Costa Marques …

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Guyana to build Venezuelan refugee settlement near border – New Zealand Herald

Guyana to build Venezuelan refugee settlement near borderNew Zealand HeraldGEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Guyana says it will set up a temporary settlement for hundreds of people who have fled the economic collapse in neighboring Venezuela. Citizenship Mini...

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All of Guyana comes together at Giftland – Stabroek News

All of Guyana comes together at GiftlandStabroek NewsAll of Guyana comes together in the mall. At the mall, I see people from various nationalities, Americans, Cubans, Brazilians and Venezuelans. The mall is one of the few places, except for the church...

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Minister of Education summons Teachers’ Union to meeting as strike looms

Minister of Education, Ms. Nicolette Henry has summoned the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) to another meeting in an effort to avert strike action by thousands of public school teachers over government’s failure to give into their demands for increased salaries. “I’m looking at a meeting this week because it’s both urgent and important and therefore …

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American Chamber of Commerce- Guyana hopes to reduce barriers; help influence policies, laws

The newly-established American Chamber of Commerce of Guyana (AmCham Guyana Inc.), which was officially launched Tuesday night, hopes to influence government policies and legislation, in among other areas, those linked to the oil and gas sector. United States (US) Ambassador, Perry Holloway hailed AmCham-Guyana’s “desire to move forward with relevance and speed” by setting three initial …

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Brief: Guyana to conduct hydro study – Business News Americas


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Brief: Guyana to conduct hydro study
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Celebrating Guyana Awards 2018 – The Voice Online

The Voice OnlineCelebrating Guyana Awards 2018The Voice OnlineTHE PRESTIGIOUS 2018 Guyana Awards will be hosted this year at Senate House in September. With hundreds of high profile figures expected to be in attendance, The High Commissioner of Guyana,...

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Mid-year report 2018: Economic and fiscal outlook uncertain

Despite a rebound in economic growth of 4.5% for the first half of the year, Guyana faces considerable economic and fiscal headwinds for 2018 that will mean restrictions in spending in the public sector. This comes even as there is an increasing amount of unrealistic discussions regarding the benefits of anticipated oil revenues which are …

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