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After a meeting with Abe, Vladimir Putin said diplomats from the two countries have selected a number of projects to be carried out jointly on the Kuril Islands
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Azerbaijan will switch to a new system of customs duties in 2018
Chinese companies yesterday dominated the submission of tenders to prequalify for the financing, designing and building of the new Demerara River Bridge.
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In restructuring its sugar industry, Guyana has the advantage of being able to learn from the mistakes and successes of those Caribbean territories that have already completed the process, according t
A city magistrate yesterday cleared former Roraima Airways baggage handler Kennard De Jonge of a conspiracy to traffic narcotics charge.
Trinidadian national Sawak Maraj, who was charged with faking his kidnapping and conspiring with others to secure a ransom, was yesterday granted his release on $1,000,000 bail.
A group of concerned citizens yesterday staged a protest against the principal of the Bishops’ High School, accusing her of victim blaming after she berated female students for their conduct in wake o
A sales clerk is currently hospitalized after she was severely chopped on Sunday night for constantly refusing advances made towards her by her attacker.
The Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) has begun preparations for environmental protection ahead of projected oil production in 2020 as it yesterday received tenders for oil containment booms to tack
Armenian government is increasingly bogging down in lies and falsifications.
A policeman yesterday testified that Jermaine Savory, who is on trial for the murder of Melissa Payne during a robbery along the Agricola Public Road, East Bank Demerara, claimed although he was part
“I am being penalized for doing what I know to be right,” this is the lament of Corporal Quacy Baveghems.
The official exchange rate of US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for Nov. 22 was set at 1.7002 manats and 1.9963 manats, respectively
Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan yesterday ordered that Dennis Jones, who is on trial for cocaine trafficking, lead a defence.
The action filed against the state over the seizure of 15 computers from the Enmore/ Hope Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) earlier this year was thrown out by a judge last Monday after the claim
A city court is expected to rule on if a prima facie case has been made out against minibus driver Sewkumar Singh, who is charged with causing the death of the 66-year-old cyclist with whom he collide
A 31-year-old man identified as the triggerman in the fatal shooting of Sophia resident Jamal Munroe was yesterday charged with murder and remanded to prison.
A woman was yesterday fined $100,000 by a city magistrate after she was found guilty of forging her dead husband’s will.
Minister of Finance Winston Jordan on Friday told the National Assembly that he was not responsible for accounting for funds spent on the rental of houses for government ministers.
The Alliance For Change (AFC) on Monday labelled the leaking of an email from its chairman Khemraj Ramjattan to executives on the selection of a GECOM chairman as “political mischief”.
The Sugar Association of the Caribbean (SAC) has reaffirmed its plans to supply the needs of the entire CARICOM market for both brown and white sugar.
Asked to explain how the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) was able to purchase over $605 million in emergency pharmaceutical supplies through sole sourcing if its request for a waiver of
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has recommended that a Coroner’s Inquest be held into the death of Dinish Ramcharran, the Tabatinga porter who died more than six months ago after he reported
The first Slovenian woman with a PhD in natural sciences, Angela Piskernik (1886-1967) did pioneering work in nature conservation in the period of rapid industrialisation after World War II, her infl
School of Project Management (SPM) successfully continues its activities at Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS)
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The two leaders held a phone conversation on November 21
This year, consistent measures were continued to remove from the judicial system those who discredit the authority of judges, APA reports.

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