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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — The Guyana Elections Commission has decided by way of vote that new General and Regional Elections cannot be held in 90 days, that the Commission does not have funding for such, and that house-to-house registration, as budgeted for 2019, will commence immediately. The first decision was voted by the Commissioners, 3-2, with ...

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Haiti has been rocked by violent demonstrations amid corruption allegations and inflation for the last week. Opposition protesters are calling for the resignation of the President and Prime Minister, amid widespread looting, road blockages and gasoline shortages.  
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Close to 100 student nurses at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College have taken an official pledge to uphold the standards of nursing. The students recited the Nightingale Pledge at a short ceremony on Monday. The Department of Nursing hopes to make this an annual event, as it prepares to deliver the Bachelor of Science …
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TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands, Feb. 19, CMC – A Jamaican man accused of selling a fishing boat and engine that did not belong to him was granted US$40,000 bail when he appeared in court last week. Charged with theft is fisherman and construction worker, Chevon Russell. However, he was not required to plead when he ...

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Police have detained a suspect linked to a recent smoothie shop robbery which left the owner out of several personal effects and cash. However, a less than clever attempt by the alleged thief to return some of the personal documents have now landed him in jail.  
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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Thirty people including 15 students sustained injuries in a motor vehicle collision along the Montpelier main road in St James Tuesday morning. No one was killed in the three-vehicle crash, however, one male is said to be in critical condition in hospital, while the driver of one of the vehicles has been ...

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Plans by police officers to boycott 40th Independence anniversary celebrations may have been averted, reportedly after intervention from top level security officials. Police Welfare Association (PWA) President Travis Chicot has come under fire by his membership, following a decision to re-schedule a key meeting with the government negotiating team. The PWA President maintains his decision …
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(CNN) — Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen says she will run for re-election as the island’s leader in 2020, despite her flagging popularity and growing hostility from Beijing. Tsai revealed her plans Tuesday in an exclusive interview with CNN’s Matt Rivers while aboard her presidential plane, saying she wanted to “complete” her vision for Taiwan. “It’s ...

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