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Toronto's Dominion Voting Systems sues Rudy Giuliani for $1.3B US Trump's personal attorney the latest to be served by Canada-U.S. voting systems company Thomson Reuters · Posted: Jan 25, 2021 10:03 AM ET | Last Updated: 6 hours ago , Source - https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/dominion-voting-giuliani-trump-1.5886273 Rudy Giuliani, former U.S. president Donald Trump's personal attorney, appears at a Michigan legislative hearing on voter fraud in Lansing, Mich., on Dec. 2, 2020. Giuliani is...Read More...
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$M unaccounted for in Region 10 community projects under SLED programme January 23, 2021 , Source - https://www.inewsguyana.com/m-unaccounted-for-in-region-10-community-projects-under-sled-programme/ The building to house the Coomacka block making project abandoned Several individuals and groups in Linden, Region 10, are under the microscope for millions of dollars disbursed to them by the APNU+AFC government for projects that never materialised. According to the Department of Public...Read More...
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Larry King dies at 87

https://www.aol.com/larry-king...radio-130805504.html I was having lunch with coworkers at a DC restaurant a few years ago and he sat at a nearby table. We went over and chatted with him.Read More...
The Dutch national archives are showcasing a unique set of letters sent by the leader of the first organised slave revolt on the American continent to a colonial governor, in which the newly free man proposed to share the land. The offer from the man known as Cuffy, from Kofi – meaning “born on Friday” – is said to provide a new insight into attempts to resist the brutal regimes of the colonial period, often overlooked in histories of enslaved people. “We will give Your Excellency half of...Read More...
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Mr. Patterson January 22 ,2021 Source This morning, Mr. Patterson was invited to visit the SOCU headquarters and upon his arrival with his Attorney, News Source understands that he was immediately arrested, fingerprinted, charged, and released on self-bail. More than three years after a probe was conducted into the awarding of a contract for a feasibility study for the new Demerara bridge, the Guyana Police Force through the Special Organised Crime Unit has filed a criminal charge against...Read More...
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Gas-to-shore would be significant boost to business development in Guyana-US Analyst By Editor - January 22, 2021, 0 , Source - Guyana Standard - https://www.guyanastandard.com/2021/01/22/gas-to-shore-would-be-significant-boost-to-business-development-in-guyana-us-analyst/ When one considers the high costs of electricity in Guyana and the extent to which it hinders the development of businesses, one can surely appreciate the great financial burden that would be removed or eased if a...Read More...
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De Harbour Bridge gat to be a nice place fuh wuk Jan 22, 2021 Dem Boys Seh , Features / Columnists , Source - https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2021/01/22/de-harbour-bridge-gat-to-be-a-nice-place-fuh-wuk/ Dem Boys Seh… Kaieteur News – Dem Boys look at dem wrist de other day and all dem boys see was a rubberband. If dem boys bin wukkin at de Harbour Bridge, dem boys would ah get a diamond-studded cricket ban for International Men’s Day. It remind dem boys bout de day wan old balding man...Read More...
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Crimes

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It doesn't seem like any government can control crime, be it the APNU/AFC or the PPP. We should all come together and put pressure on the government of the day. If they can build megastructures but lack in crime-fighting, something is amiss. Whatever is amiss does piss me off big time. That's the word of the day. CRIME is too freaking much in Guyana.Read More...
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Patterson admits receiving ‘glittering’ gifts

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Patterson admits receiving ‘glittering’ gifts Minister of Public Works Juan Edghill shows documents indicating that agencies that fell under the purview of the then Ministry of Public Infrastructure had purchased expensive gifts for former Minister David Patterson (Adrian Narine photo) — Minister Edghill says gifts cost $2.4M, calls on Integrity Commission to investigate matter AFTER being implicated in receiving a number of pricey, shiny birthday gifts from agencies that fell under his...Read More...
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