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(THE DAILY MAIL) — Scientists have discovered Australia is in the grips of two different strains of coronavirus. Cambridge University researchers mapped the genetic history of the infection from December to March and found three distinct, but closely related, variants. While Australian authorities are struggling to find a cure for the original virus which developed ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Police are hunting for four males who invaded the home of a 40- year-old businessman of Republic Park, East Bank Demerara at around 08:00hrs on Thursday. Initial investigations revealed that the businessman was about to leave his home to transact business and upon walking out the front door, he was attacked ...

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(CNN) — New York City officials say that Hart Island, which for decades has been used as the final resting place for people who died unclaimed, will also be used for unclaimed coronavirus victims. Mayor Bill de Blasio responded Friday to concerns that mass burials would be necessary because of the high number of bodies ...

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(CNN) — A teenager from an isolated Amazonian tribe who tested positive for COVID-19 has died, raising concerns about the coronavirus’ impact on the region’s indigenous people. The 15-year-old boy, a Yanomami from the village of Rehebe on the Uraricoera River, died Thursday, according to Brazil’s Ministry of Health. He had been in the intensive ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Three bandits in the wee hours of Friday robbed the Sono, Rosey Son and Daughter general store at Cotton Tree, West Coast Berbice; they tied up the security guard and carted off with cash and valuables totalling close to $1M. They used a pair of sweat pants and a long sleeve ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Regional airline LIAT is moving to rebound from heavy losses from the COVID-19 crisis by offering chartered services, the carrier has told Barbados TODAY. After being forced to suspend its passenger service about a week ago, the airline now stands to lose millions of dollars but remains hopeful that things will get ...

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Television Talk Show Host Andrew ‘Yardie’ Haynes has been clearing the air regarding a confrontation with a shop attendant and the police on Thursday afternoon, asserting that he became upset after a white woman disrespected him. The confrontation was video recorded and posted on social media where it went viral. ‘Yardie’, who co-hosts Zafe Nous […]

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This article has been updated. View update here. Police say they are investigating an incident Thursday afternoon that was recorded on video, in which an angry male confronts a shop keeper and police officers. Persons in the video that was posted on social media and quickly became viral, identified the male as ‘Yardie’. In the […]

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