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Guyana– Latest News from various sources – July 23, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 23 July 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Barrels Of Liquor At CPL Cricket Guyana – By Annan Boodram

Barrels Of Liquor At CPL Cricket Guyana – What’s Wrong With This Picture?

liquor barrelJul 21 2016 –  By Annan Boodram

News Americas, Georgetown, Guyana July 22, 2016: To say that we at The Caribbean Voice are aghast that barrels of liquor flowed at CPL matches at the National Stadium in Guyana recently would be an understatement.

We do understand that the liquor companies are businesses that must do promotion and focus on the bottom line.

However, we believe it is time for these businesses to recognize that social responsibility goes beyond sponsoring events and activities. To this end we urge liquor companies to recognize the fact that alcoholism is at the very core of many social pathologies in Guyana.   Continue reading

My name is Michael Caine … actor changes name due to ISIS

My name is Michael Caine … actor changes name due to ISIS

Frustrated by increased airport security checks, actor Maurice Micklewhite has decided to replace his birth name with his showbiz moniker for good

Michael Caine

Michael Caine

Friday 22 July 2016 – The Guardian

His name is – now officially – Michael Caine.  The legendary British actor, born Maurice Micklewhite, has legally changed his name to the showbiz moniker he adopted in 1954 because of the rise in airport security checks prompted by Islamic State.

“An airport security guard would say, ‘Hi, Michael Caine,’ and suddenly I’d give him a passport with a different name on it,” Caine said. “I could stand there for an hour. So I changed my name.”   Continue reading

Ten Countries In The Americas With The Most Nationals In The U.S.

Ten Countries In The Americas With The Most Nationals In The U.S.


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Jul 21 2016, – By NAN Staff Writer

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 22, 2016: Given the vitriolic verbal assault on immigrants and immigration by many speakers at the Republican National Convention this week and the echoing of calls by their Presidential nominee Donald Trump to “build a wall” on the U.S’ southern border, NAN decided to research the number of immigrants from the Americas – the Caribbean and Latin America – who now call the US home.

With 46,630,000 people living in the United States who were born in other countries, according to the Pew Center, here are the top 10 – from most to least – from the Americas:   Continue reading

Guyana Government News Brief – July 22, 2016

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – July 22, 2016

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 21 July 2016

Capitol TV logoGuyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 21 July 2016

President: Barry Dataram’s corruption claims against CANU officials without merit

Posted: 21 Jul 2016 12:21 PM PDT – BY ROYSTON DRAKES

Female miner alleges bullyism

Posted: 21 Jul 2016 05:55 PM PDT

Interest waivers likely on outstanding student loans

Posted: 21 Jul 2016 05:41 PM PDT

Abolishing death penalty not priority for Government

Posted: 21 Jul 2016 03:56 PM PDT

Nothing to laugh about part 9 kicks off on Friday

Posted: 21 Jul 2016 06:05 PM PDT

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – July 22, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 22 July 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

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Donald Trump accepts nomination: Trump’s convention speech – as it happened

Trump speech

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Donald Trump accepts nomination: Trump’s convention speech – as it happened

The Republican national convention has concluded. Here’s what happened on the fourth and final day:

  • Donald Trump accepted the presidential nomination in an approximately 75-minute speech in which he promised to “restore law and order to our country”. A speech transcript is here.       Continue reading

Trade War Truce between Trinidad and Jamaica

Trade War Truce between Trinidad and Jamaica

Jcaribbean mapuly 21, 2016 – Caribbean Life

For years Jamaica and Trinidad have had serious differences over how free trade in the single trading market is supposed to work with Jamaica mostly always accusing Trinidad of unfair trading competition.

But in recent months, the issue has boiled over for a very different reason — a reason so bizarre says government and private sector officials in Jamaica that it has forced Trinidadian Prime Minister Keith Rowley to spend a full week in Jamaica assuring islanders that all will be well after he returns home.

At center of the latest reason for a quarrel between two of the more influential members of the 15-nation group is the growing feeling in Kingston that immigration and government officials in Trinidad are so biased against ordinary Jamaican folk that there are either harassed at ports of entry or denied landing altogether.  Continue reading


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