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Police Complaints Authority recommends that three cops be charged in Qindon Bacchus case - Stabroek News

The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) today said that it has recommended to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) that three cops be charged in

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Rain dampens Windies fireworks, wrecks T20 opener - Guyana Chronicle

ROSEAU, Dominica (CMC) – Nagging showers ruined the opening Twenty20 International between West Indies and Bangladesh here yesterday, forcing an abandonment

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Capacity building training offered to Victoria youths - Guyana Times

Several young leaders from the community of Victoria, East Coast of Demerara, are now recipients of a capacity building training executed by the Community Development Department of the Ministry of Housing and Water – Central Housing and Planning Authority (CHPA) at the Victoria Primary School on Saturday. Minister within the Housing and Water Ministry, Susan […]

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Human Rights Association condemns Mon Repos attack, flays Joint Services for “undisciplined” response

The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) on Saturday castigated those protesters who assaulted Mon Repos market vendors and stole, damaged and destroyed their properties last week, but heaped cri…

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Eyewitness: Shooting the PNC…in foot or back?

We live in interesting times, that’s for sure!! It’s said that the wish, “May you live in interesting times”, is actually a Chinese CURSE!! Meaning that it might be best to live in dull times, sinc…

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Exxon contract was signed out of desperation because “we needed money” – Ramjattan

Kaieteur News – Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC) and former Minister of Public Security, Mr. Khemraj Ramjattan, has said that the former Coalition administration, of which his party wa…

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Over 100lbs ganja seized, labourer arrested

A 23-year-old labourer identified as Gregory Isaacs was arrested on Saturday after police discovered 52, 617 grams (116 pounds) of marijuana during an intelligence-led operation in the Abary River in Region Five.Police Headquarters in a statement sai

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Transparent process needed to probe Police shooting deaths -ANUG Chairman - News Source Guyana

The Chairman of the political party, A New and United Guyana (ANUG) Timothy Jonas is calling for an open and transparent process to be established to deal with the shooting deaths of civilians by police. During a video post on his party’s Facebook page, Mr. Jonas said whenever Police Officers are involved in killing civilians, …