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Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

At least three people were killed and two injured in a shooting as hundreds gathered for an opposition party political rally in Monetego Bay, Jamaica, Sunday night, the Jamaica Labour Party said. The gunfire rang…

Crisis in Haiti turns deadly as power vacuum looms

Crisis in Haiti turns deadly as power vacuum looms

(BBC)  Protesters in Haiti have beaten a man to death in a clash with ex-soldiers, as political uncertainty continues. Witnesses say the crowd in the capital Port-au-Prince attacked the man, thinking that he was from…

Cuba announces broadband home internet project

Cuba announces broadband home internet project

(BBC) Cuba has announced it will launch residential broadband internet services in two areas of its capital, Havana. The government has also said it will allow cafes, bars and restaurants to order broadband service. Currently,…

 

Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

At least three people were killed and two injured in a shooting as hundreds gathered for an opposition party…

Crisis in Haiti turns deadly as power vacuum looms

Cuba announces broadband home internet project

Rio Olympics ‘to go ahead’ despite Zika virus

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Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

Three shot dead at Jamaican opposition political rally

At least three people were killed and two injured in a shooting as hundreds gathered for an opposition party…

Crisis in Haiti turns deadly as power vacuum looms

Cuba announces broadband home internet project

Rio Olympics ‘to go ahead’ despite Zika virus

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Thousands of homes are without power and travel is disrupted as Storm Imogen brings heavy rain and winds of up to 96mph to parts of Britain.

David Cameron is to warn migrant camps like the "Jungle" in Calais could move to England if the UK leaves the EU but opponents say this is "scaremongering".

The Metropolitan Police says it is considering using eagles to intercept drones amid concerns that they are increasingly being used to commit crime.

Production begins at a new offshore gas plant that will bring the vast reserves west of Shetland to the mainland.

Torrential rains give northern Queensland largest falls this wet season.

Over 100 people are still thought to be trapped inside collapsed building after Saturday's powerful quake in Tainan.

Worries grow for the health of a wheelchair-bound professor awaiting trial for alleged Maoist links.

Taliban claim responsibility for suicide attack in the country's Balkh province that left 18 injured.

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Anti-discrimination workplace policy being developed

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U.S honours Guyanese Simona Broomes as TiP Hero

U.S honours Guyanese Simona Broomes as TiP Hero

 The United States Embassy in Georgetown on Wednesday announced that U.S Secretary of State John Kerry has recognized President of…

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On the eve of a 26-year-old East Ruimveldt man possibly being charged for the murder of a policeman, Attorney-at-Law Nigel…

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Crime, Violence & Vigilante Justice in Guyana

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PNC Press Conference on Burnham award

PNC Press Conference on Burnham award

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President Ramotar’s Press Conference

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Guyana’s President Donald Ramotar today said he has no problem with recent statements about race made by Former President Bharrat…

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Raw Video: Survivor recalls Buck Hall Accident

Raw Video: Survivor recalls Buck Hall Accident

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GT&T Guyana Star Georgetown Auditions 2013

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