On Tuesday, militants carried out 53 shelling of the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone, wounding one Ukrainian serviceman, the ATO headquarters press c
PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia plans to launch a train to connect Ukraine's Lviv and Poland's Krakow on August 1, the company's press service reported with reference to Ukrzaliznytsia CEO Wojciech Balczun.
Head of the Bank Asset Management Company (BAMC) Imre Balogh and Croatian Minister for State Assets Goran Mari? signed in Morkice on Wednesday a settlement agreement between BAMC and the Croatian bad
Home appliances maker Gorenje posted sales of EUR 305.7m in the first quarter of 2017, a year-on-year increase of 7.1%. Net profit was up more than three-fold to EUR 2.1m, the company said on Wednesd
Kharkiv's Kyivsky District Court found Yuriy Apukhtin, the founder and coordinator of the Southeast organization, guilty of organizing mass disturbances followed by massacres and public calls for a vi
The highest threat level, which is decided by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre - a group of
experts from the police, government departments and agencies - has only been reached twice
Gunmen have taken a priest and several parishioners at a cathedral hostage, a Philippine Roman Catholic church said, adding that the militants have vowed to kill the captives “if govern
Among a multitude of recreational events this week, sport enthusiasts can for instance decide to take a hike on Rožnik Hill above Ljubljana, explore a educational trail near Idrija or participate in
The election of Donald Trump was accompanied by some leftist commentators with forecasts about a new political model. For now, it seems more like the copying of the old model, Delo says as it comments
Member States of the World Health Organization (WHO) elected Dr Tedros Adhanom
Ghebreyesus as the new Director-General of WHO, the Organization reported on its website.
More reaction and analysis in the wake of the Manchester attack features in the French press today. And a suggestion for ending the sad cycle of Greek economic tragedies.
Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu announced on Tuesday night at private TV broadcaster B1TV that he would ask for a report of the appointments made in the boards of state companies, specifying that he h
Regarding his single-digit popularity, Pres Poroshenko has turned into a political corpse, lawmaker and influential opposition member Anatoli Hrytsenko said, speaking on ZIK May 23.
The Kasta-2 low-altitude surveillance radar is designed to control airspace and to perform automatic detection of unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles
Recent flashfloods have affected over 3,000 residents of Region Eight, where 266 farms and 56 houses were destroyed, the acting head of the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) announced yesterday.
City councillors tasked with renegotiating the controversial Georgetown metered parking deal were yesterday told they would have to restart the process from scratch because the current contract is ill
Workers from the Enmore sugar estate came out in large numbers yesterday and were joined by their families as well as minibus drivers and vendors to voice their displeasure over the planned closure of
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce will lead a delegation of 22 companies on a trade mission to Guyana from June 12 to 13, 2017.
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Three men, who were arrested for the pirate attack that claimed the life of boat captain Mahadeo Ramdial last week, have confessed to the crime, in which they stole $3,000 in fish as well as a boat en
22 people died when a suicide bomber detonated and IED in Manchester Arena, England, during
a concert of US pop star Ariana Grande. More than 50 people have been injured.
The Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) is currently seeking international assistance in an effort to retrieve information that has been “wiped” from a Digital Video Recording (DVR) device that it took
The Board of Directors of the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc. (GuySuCo) has approved as part of the Uitvlugt Estate Improvement Programme for interested cane farmers with the requisite capacity to be le
The proprietor of Shiva Woodworking passed away last week Wednesday.
Remembered as a very quiet and private person by his family, 63-year-old Sewnarine Singh of the well-known Shiva Woodworking in Enm
After receiving emergency funds to pay off a debt to the Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL), the Government Information Agency (GINA) used some of the money to replenish its accounts after payi
Dnevnik suggests in Wednesday's commentary that the terrorist attack in Manchester holds many lessons, for the UK and other European countries. It was also probably preventable.
Neville Chandrawattie, who was charged with the 2007 murder of gold and diamond dealer Dharam Chanmangra during a robbery, was yesterday committed to stand trial for the crime.
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Vellone Thorne and Trifon Parris, who were jointly charged with the alleged reprisal killing of Gladstone ‘Tuffy’ Taylor, were yesterday freed after a city magistrate found that there was insufficient
Registrar of Deeds, Azeena Baksh was yesterday faced with a fraud charge for allegedly authorizing payments to herself amounting to a total of just over $4.5 million.
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Former Attorney General (AG) Anil Nandlall has said that correspondence received earlier this month from publisher Lexis Nexis (UK) corroborates his position that the company never sold or delivered a
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Foreign Minister of Myanmar visited on May 19 Reverend Father
Zaven Yazichyan, the Pastor of the Armenian Spiritual Pastorates of Myanmar, Singapore and
Bangladesh and the
A call is being made for the government to review the appointment of Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) President Patrick Yarde as acting Chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC) due to the con
Daniel Ali, a Trinidadian man who is wanted in his homeland for fraud, was yesterday sentenced to two years in jail for forgery and making a false declaration.
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City Hall is being audited by the Auditor General’s Office, Mayor Patricia Chase-Green told city councillors on Monday.
At the council’s fortnightly statutory meeting on Monday, Chase-Green noted that
The Guyana Government is taking the wait-and-see approach when it comes to the proposed US Border Wall Funding Act of 2017.
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