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BBC:- Ten people including a baby have died in a fire at an eight-storey building in south-western Paris, officials say. More than 30 people – including six firefighters – were injured. One person is in a serious condition. Fifty people were evacuated by ladders from the blaze in the upmarket 16th arrondissement. Investigators believe the […]

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(SKY NEWS) — Donald Trump has revealed he will meet Kim Jong Un in Vietnam for their second nuclear summit on 27 and 28 February. Delivering his State of the Union speech – which was delayed because of a partial government shutdown – the US president claimed he had helped avert a “major war” between ...

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(NEWS SOURCE) — All classes at the University of Guyana Turkeyen campus were cancelled today following several bomb threats against the tertiary institution. The Police and the Bomb Squad were called in as students and lecturers were hurried out of the classrooms and the compound. Speaking to News Source, the University’s Vice Chancellor, Dr. Ivelaw ...

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(NEWS SOURCE) — A 61-year-old labourer is behind bars, after he was remanded to jail for the alleged rape of  a 13-year-old disabled girl. The accused, Octavus Williams appeared before the Chief Magistrate on Monday to face the rape charge.  He was not required to enter a plea to the indictable charge. The Court was ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Former government minister in the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) administration, Jennifer Webster, who sold all her properties and moved out her cash to Canada, has lost her bid to retain her Canadian residency. Records show that after she obtained the status in 2009, she resided in that North American country for a ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) — In light of the timelines proposed for the hosting of General and Regional Elections by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) is as totally unacceptable, the Peoples’ Progressive Party stated on Tuesday. The party stated that this demonstrates a worrying deviation from its mandate, which is to act in compliance with the Constitution ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) — Technical staff of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) are claiming the entity will be unprepared to hold General and Regional Elections, which are constitutionally due in March 2019. On Monday, the Commission’s technical staff made presentations to the seven commissioners and have advised that the earliest elections could be held is July ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — Education is a basic right of a child but parents of students of School of the Nations say they cannot offer this to their children, following threats to the school. They have come together to offer a $1M reward for information that could help the authorities to crack the case. “The reward ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — Stepheon Philips, 42, of Phase II Belle West, Canal #2 Polder, West Bank Demerara was Tuesday charged with four counts of rape of a child under 16 years, Police headquarters reported. He appeared before Magistrate Zamina Ally-Seepaul at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court and was remanded to prison until February 28, 2019, when ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Attorney General Basil Williams has filed two appeals challenging Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire’s decision to uphold Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr. Barton Scotland’s ruling that the no-confidence motion against the government was validly passed. In the High Court last Thursday, the chief justice ruled that 33 constituted an absolute majority in ...

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