Entries for 17 October 2020
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
The United States (US) Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to stress the importance of “inclusive and transparent governance” in Guyana during his two-day visit this oil-rich South American nation.
“We stand together with diverse population of Guyana, as inclusive and transparent governance will be key to building a sustainable future,” the State Department said in a fact sheet issued ahead of Mr. Pompeo’s two-day visit to Guyana.
Sep 16, 2020 News Crashed cocaine airplane… – seized drugs weighed 390 kilos
The 206 Cessna Aircfaft which was escorted to the city
The unidentified body of a male, seized cocaine and one of the planes along with the three suspects found at Nine Miles, Issano, Middle Mazaruni, Region Seven, have all arrived in Georgetown as investigations continue.
Interpol to assist with probe
This newspaper has also been reliably informed by police sources that the International Police (Interpol) will assist the Guyana Police Force (GPF) with the investigation in identifying the dead male and ascertaining who the detained foreign nationals are.
The ‘Abraham Accords’ merely make public once-furtive friendships between Israel and Gulf monarchies, while bigger problems remain
The White House was festooned with the flags of four nations. There were trumpet blasts, multiple signatures on various pieces of paper, and much weighty talk about blood and history – everything you might expect from a peace deal.
AND NOT JUST ANY PEACE DEAL. The agreements signed in Washington on Tuesday were titled the Abraham Accords, implying an epochal reconciliation between Judaism, Islam and Christianity, three faiths with shared Middle East ancestry. Continue reading →
Barbados Nation Newspaper – 15 September 2020
Barbados’ first prime minister, Errol Walton Barrow,
Barbados’ first prime minister, Errol Walton Barrow, cautioned against loitering on colonial premises.
This announcement was made by Governor General Dame Sandra Mason as she delivered the Throne Speech during the State Opening of Parliament at Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, Two Mile Hill, St Michael on Tuesday.
“Barbados’ first prime minister, The Rt. Excellent Errol Walton Barrow, cautioned against loitering on colonial premises. That warning is as relevant today as it was in 1966. Continue reading →
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