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(NEWS SOURCE GUYANA) — It was a busy September for cocaine pushers from Guyana as four Guyanese nationals were busted at New York’s JFK airport over the course of three days. In all four cases, the persons arrived on flights from Guyana and all had the cocaine in their stomach. US Court documents have revealed ...

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(NEWS SOURCE GUYANA) — A young Guyanese woman who was traveling back to the United States with a one-year-old baby girl, is now facing drug trafficking charges. The woman has been identified in US Court documents as Odessa Ladonna Edmondson. She is believed to be from the Linden community. The Court documents revealed that Edmondson ...

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(ABC NEWS) — The New York State Tax Department is reviewing allegations that Donald Trump received millions of dollars from his father, Fred Trump, possibly including through tax fraud schemes. The tax department is “vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation,” officials told ABC News. The statute of limitations “makes any criminal prosecution all but ...

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(BBC) — Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has been fined hundreds of millions of yuan for tax evasion and other offences, authorities said Wednesday. It comes nearly three months after the star disappeared from the public eye. Ms Fan, who is one of the China’s highest paid actors, will escape criminal charges if the fines are ...

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St. Lucian Teachers Kicked Off International Teachers’ Day Or World Teacher’s Day With An Ecumenical Service On Sunday, September 30th. The 2018 Teacher’s Week Of Activities Will Be Celebrated Under The Theme – “The Right To Education Means The Right To A Qualified Teacher.” The St. Lucia Teacher’s Union Has Organized A Host Of Activities …
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Family, Friends And The Justice For Botham Support Group Continued To Pay Homage To The St. Lucian Native Botham Jean, Who Would Have Celebrated His 27th Birthday On Saturday, September 29th. Jean Was Shot And Killed In His Dallas Apartment On September 6th By Former Dallas Officer Amber Guyer, Who Has Since Been Charged And …
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Former Sports Minister Shawn Edward Is Not Buying The Incumbent’s Rationale Behind Cancelling The Playing-Field Maintenance Program. Edward And The Opposition Have Appealed To The Allen Chastanet Led Cabinet To Clarify How Up To $600,000 In Monthly Allocations From The National Lotteries Authority Is Being Used. The Opposition Also Re-Iterated Objection To The $12 Million-Dollar …
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Dominic Fedee And Philip J Pierre Traded Jabs Over The September 9th Saint Lucia Labour Party Led Demonstration And Rally. Fedee Criticized The Opposition For Allowing Ex-United Workers Party Minister Richard Frederick To Share The Platform With Former Political Rivals. Pierre Rebuffed Fedee For Reportedly Voting Against Allen Chastanet In A 2015 UWP Run-Off For …
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Self-Taught Inventor And Fisherman From Laborie, Karlis Noel Built The Caribbean’s First Solar-Powered, Mobile Desalination Facility And Nauru – A Small Island In The Pacific With A Water Crisis, Took Notice. Noel Won A Bid To Build A Second Generation Plant For That Country. HTS News4orce Has Been Following His Story And On Tuesday October …
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