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Police investigating kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

Police investigating kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

by staff writer PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 30, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) Wednesday confirmed that it is investigating the kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelan nationals but said it would not comment on whether or not a US$200,000 ransom had been demanded. Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith, speaking on […]

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Guyana court rules motion of no confidence against government, valid

Acting Chief Justice, Roxanne George-Wiltshire CNS – Feb 1, 2019 –Acting Chief Justice, Roxanne George-Wiltshire, Thursday ruled that the motion of no confidence passed in the National Assembly on December 21 last year that brought down the David Granger led coalition government is valid, paving the way for fresh regional and general elections to be […]

President Trump signs measure to reopen the government

President Trump signs measure to reopen the government

The longest ever shutdown of the U.S. government is over. President Trump tonight signed the continuing resolution that provides funding until Feb. 15.  The bill was signed in private tonight, without reporters present.20 hr 13 min ago Where the shutdown stands now Both the Senate and the House approved a measure to temporarily reopen the […]

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Zero $$ for the wall – Inside Trump’s shutdown turnaround

President Trump departs the Rose Garden of the White House after announcing the end of the government shutdown on Friday. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) By Philip Rucker , Josh Dawsey and Seung Min Kim January 25. 2019 His poll numbers were plummeting. His FBI director was decrying the dysfunction. The nation’s air travel was in […]

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Commentary: Exit Brexit … stage right?

By Anthony L Hall January 18, 2019 Anthony Hall I am on record dismissing Brexit as just a sham sold by shysters, full of lies and presumptions signifying no deal. I refer you to such commentaries as “EU: Britain Trying to Have Cake and Eat It Too,” January 29, 2013, “Brexit: Forget Leaving, Britain a Greater […]

Hilarious reactions over the arrest of crack granny

Hilarious reactions over the arrest of crack granny

18 January 2019

by staff writer by Marvin Hockstam PARAMARIBO, Suriname, Jan 16, CMC – The arrest of a 75-year-old grandmother on drug related charges is resulting in people hilariously trolling police and calling for her release. The woman had been arrested on Tuesday after police raided her home and found that she was running a small “cocaine […]

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Notice of Intent – Sagicor

18 January 2019

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Chief Justice could rule by month end regarding challenges to the validity of motion of no confidence

Chief Justice could rule by month end regarding challenges to the validity of motion of no confidence

17 January 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 15, CMC – Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire Tuesday said she intends to give a ruling by the end of this month regarding the three matters challenging the validity of last month’s motion of no confidence that led to the downfall of the David Granger coalition government. She told lawyers […]

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CARICOM Secretary General says youth crime and violence demands a regional solution

CARICOM Secretary General says youth crime and violence demands a regional solution

17 January 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 15, CMC – A two-day conference aimed at examining and redefining violence prevention solutions as it relates to youth violence and prevention in the Caribbean began here on Tuesday with the Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Irwin LaRocque, saying it is a regional problem that demands a […]

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Surinamese rice exporter gunned down in Guyana

17 January 2019

By Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO, Suriname, Jan 15, CMC –A Surinamese national, who was being sought by police for questioning in connection with the seizure of a large quantity of cocaine, has been found dead in neighbouring Guyana. Guyana police at the scene of the murder (Guyana Chronicle newspaper Photo) Relatives have positively identified the body […]

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Silver wind cruise ship

Silver wind cruise ship visits

16 January 2019

The Government Information Unit is reporting that the recently refurbished Silver Wind, a small luxury cruise ship operated by Silversea Cruises, will be visiting our shores on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There will be more and they will be bigger by 2020…as the Ministry of Communication and Works informs on the progressive development, following continuing […]

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May survives vote, but Britain remains in Brexit deadlock

16 January 2019

https://youtu.be/Wx49EPIerTs Prime minister invites party leaders to discuss alternative deal but sticks to red line Heather Stewart, Jessica Elgot and Peter Walker  Theresa May survives no-confidence motion by 19 votes – video Theresa May has survived as prime minister after weathering a dramatic no-confidence vote in her government, but was left scrambling to strike a Brexit compromise that could […]

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Magnitude 3.4 earthquake felt in several islands

Magnitude 3.4 earthquake felt in several islands

15 January 2019

by STAFF WRITER BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan. 13, CMC – Several countries in the region were rocked by a magnitude 3.4 earthquake early Sunday. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports that at 7:29 a.m. (local time) the tremor affected the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Martin, Sint Maarten, Guadeloupe, Montserrat, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts Nevis, […]

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Theresa May loses vote

Theresa May suffers historic defeat as Tories turn against her

15 January 2019

The moment Theresa May loses crucial Brexit deal vote – video The GuardianTheresa May has lost the vote on her crucial Brexit deal by 432 votes to 202 in what is the heaviest defeat of any British prime minister in the democratic era.  As a result Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a vote of no confidence, […]

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Trump has concealed details of his face-to-face encounters with Putin from senior officials in administration

14 January 2019

President Trump greets Russian President Vladimir Putin before a meeting in Helsinki. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images) By Greg Miller January 12 at 6:15 PM The Trump administration “has imposed significant new sanctions in response to Russian malign activities,” said the spokesman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity and noted that Tillerson in 2017 “gave a […]

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