Entries for 12 July 2020
Fire at Lusignan Prison – July 11, 2020
-15 prisoners injured, no deaths, -All prisoners accounted for
DPI, Guyana, Sunday, July 12, 2020
The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has reported that the fire which was started at the Lusignan Prison on Sunday has been fully extinguished. Continue reading →
HGP NIGHTLY NEWS- ATTEMPT MADE TO BURN DOWN THE UMANA YANA
Just around 2am Sunday, a female police constable on duty at the Umana Yana observed a man as he scaled the Northeastern fence of the compound with a black tyre in his right hand, a bottle in his left hand and ran to the Western side of the building.
The constable reported that she ” ran in the direction of the man and observed that he was setting fire to the lower branches affixed to the roof of the building.” Continue reading →
Jason Holder hails fourth-day bowling effort to set up ‘special’ West Indies win
Jason Holder has described the fourth day of the Ageas Bowl Test as “by far the best effort” he had seen from a West Indies team during his time as captain and “one of the best” in his tenure.
West Indies took five wickets at a cost of just 30 runs at the end of a long day in the field, with Holder making the vital breakthrough in dismissing his opposite number Ben Stokes for the second time in the Test before Alzarri Joseph and Man of the Match Shannon Gabriel shared four more.
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Why Tesla Is Better Positioned To Survive Than Other Automakers
The coronavirus pandemic has crushed the global economy, and a recession is inevitable in the U.S. as the Federal Reserve warns the second quarter will be much worse than Q1. The auto industry has been hit particularly hard as car sales tank. But here is why some experts say that Tesla is better off than other U.S. automakers to get through this downturn.
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