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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Twenty-year-old Faith Thompson had a restraining order against her 24-year-old boyfriend Daniel Hinckson who shot her in the neck and then reportedly killed himself Tuesday. Thompson’s uncle, Justin Lewis told the News Room Tuesday that the couple had an ongoing court case after Hinckson, who was a mechanic of Parfaite Harmonie, ...

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(BBC) — England won the men’s World Cup for the first time as they beat New Zealand following a dramatic sudden-death super over in one of the most thrilling matches in cricket history. Both sides scored 241 from their 50 overs, meaning they had to bat again for six balls each. England scored 15 in ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A 43-year-old man and his 37-year-old com­mon-law-wife who were charged with 126 counts of sex­u­al-re­lat­ed of­fences against a mi­nor were both re­mand­ed in jail by San­gre Grande Mag­is­trate, while the vic­tim’s 59-year-old rel­a­tive was grant­ed $10,000 sta­tion bail. The 43-year-old, said to be the vic­tim’s step -fa­ther and the vic­tim’s moth­er ap­peared ...

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The City Police Department has warned that it will be cracking down on carnival revellers who choose to urinate in public. “The City Police will be out in full force over the carnival season and will be on the lookout for persons committing violations against section 503 of the criminal code,” the department said in […]

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Human Rights campaigner Mary Francis has described as unbelievable, a viral video recording of police brutality carried out against a suspect in handcuffs. And she has declared that had it not been for social media, a mere report of what transpired may have been dismissed as an attempt to bash the police. During the 10 […]

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The Haitian Government has announced plans for a major vaccination programme for toddlers against measles, rubella and poliomyelitis. The Ministry of Public Health said that the vaccination programme will be held between July 15 and 19 and will be for children between the ages of two and five years in all […]

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(AFP) — The United States head into the women’s World Cup final against the Netherlands today seemingly in such rude health that the biggest controversy surrounding the holders in recent days has been Alex Morgan’s tea-sipping goal celebration against England. Morgan, one of the faces of the USA side that has made history by reaching ...

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Deputy Police Commissioner Milton Desir says the matter involving a confrontation between a female police officer and a bus driver in which the officer was recorded with a lowered firearm in hand, has been resolved. Videos of the confrontation  which occurred this week have gone viral on social media. But Desir, commenting in general about […]

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