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November 14, marked the launch of Sir Shridath Ramphal’s memoir “Glimpses of a Global Life” at an event held in Washington, DC as part of the Organization of American States Lecture of the Americas series.
Economic freedom is a crucial component of liberty. It empowers people to work, produce, consume, own, trade, and invest their own resources, while respecting others’ rights to do the same. It has been shown in numerous peer-reviewed studies to promote prosperity and other positive outcomes. It is a necessary condition for democratic development.
November 12, 2014 - See below for travel advisories issued by Canada, UK and USA for their citizens traveling to Guyana.
As Prime Minister, Netanyahu has consistently invoked his solemn duty to protect Israel’s national security. Ironically, he has become the single most reckless individual who is imperiling the very security of the state. One need not look far and wide to discern Netanyahu’s disingenuousness and misguided policies that have only undermined Israel’s future security.
PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists recently intercepted Khapra Beetle, one of the world’s most destructive insect pets, in a passenger’s baggage at Philadelphia International Airport.
A Guyanese diaspora volunteer ventures back home to help rural farmers market new products locally – and beyond.
After two hours of travelling by speedboat along riverways into the depths of the rainforest, Clive Gobin finally arrives at a tiny community near Mabaruma, in northwest Guyana, bordering Venezuela.
Guyanese born Sharon Clarke is Brooklyn's newest Civil Court Judge. On Tuesday September 09, 2014 she won with over 53% of the votes after the Brooklyn residents rallied behind her.
Back in July, Clarke collected the required signatures to become a Civil Court Judge and led a strong campaign that enabled her to win in the September elections.
BALTIMORE— U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists at the port of Baltimore discovered that a shipment of rice from Pakistan was infested with Khapra Beetle larvae on Wednesday. The CBP agriculture specialists did not find any live larvae but immediately collected specimens of the dead larvae and sealed the container.
Spare the children and their families.
There is an employment scam that is circulating on Facebook from an individual using the name Elisha Persaud and email address email@example.com about new Employment opportunity at Marriott Hotel Canada.
We have contacted Marriott Hotel corporate division and their response was: