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UNIAN sat down with a famous Russian businessman Dmitry Potapenko, one of the few entrepreneurs in Russia who publicly criticizes the Kremlin’s economic policy. He became an Internet star, openl
Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos said on Thursday evening that he considered taking over the National Liberal Party (PNL) after the elections, but he hasn't made a decision in this respect, insisting on
A workshop on methods to maintain equipment used for petroleum analysis was conducted at Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS).
Two Dutch clubs – AZ and Ajax – have made it threw to the knock-out rounds of the Europa League...
Michael Caesar, 34, called ‘Capone,’ was yesterday sentenced to spend the next 60 years in jail after pleading guilty to unlawfully killing a total of 20 persons in the Lusignan and Bartica massacres
In a move to stabilise the foreign exchange market, the Bank of Guyana yesterday announced that it was temporarily halting the purchase of Trinidad and Barbados dollars from local cambios.
The APNU+AFC Govern-ment yesterday faced more embarrassing questions about a controversial bond deal when a parliamentary showdown resulted in an impromptu visit to the Sussex Street site and not a s
An 11-year-old first form student of the Tagore Memorial Secondary School died after a driver lost control of his car and struck him yesterday around 5 pm.
A man was yesterday charged with the murders of Paul Rodney and Gregory Garraway, who were fatally shot in separate attacks in the city between October and November.
Kester Harvey, a former Citizens Bank manager, appeared before a city court yesterday on a charge of fraudulently converting $3 million to his own use.
Just over six years since her disappearance, the remains of Babita Sarjou were finally laid to rest yesterday at the Kuru Kururu Cemetery.
Minister of Education, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine yesterday rejected suggestions of impropriety in his role as a Director of HDI, the company which originally spearheaded the D’Urban Park Development Proj
A Tripartite Co-operation and Technical Assistance Agreement, which will see the establishment of a centre to assist young people with disabilities, was signed yesterday between the Caribbean Communi
A South Korean company, Byuckstan Power Company Ltd has won a $454m consultancy for the Guyana Power and Light (GPL)
This was one of the contracts which cabinet gave a green light to at its meeting o
Corporal #21415 Satesh Narine, who was injured after he collided with cows along the Susannah Public Road, Corentyne just over two weeks ago, succumbed to his injuries yesterday at the Georgetown Pu
David Outar and Patrick Ross, the two men accused of the July murder of Gafoors manager Terry Lackhan, were yesterday committed to stand trial for the crime after a city magistrate found that suffici
The state-owned Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL), publishers of the Guyana Chronicle yesterday dismissed its Sunday Editor, Neil Marks.
In a statement, GNNL said that while this decision i
Kayshav Tewari and Larissa Wiltshire of Queen’s College have collected their Caribbean Examinations Council awards for being named Most Outstanding Candidate Overall at the CSEC and Most Outstanding
A huge blaze has been raging at an industrial site in the town of Perryville, Missouri. Firefighters have been deployed to the site of the Falcon Foam warehouse, located at 911 Industri
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei appointed Brigadier General Gholam Hossein Gheibparvar as the new commander of Iran’s Basij Force, instead of Brigadier General Mohammad R
The National Task Force for the Prevention of Sexual Violence will soon be revived.
For a number of years, social activists have appealed for this body to be made operational.
A man was shot and robbed in ‘B’ Field, Sophia yesterday afternoon while visiting a mechanic and is currently at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
A Craig, East Bank Demerara (EBD) man is battling for his life at a city hospital after being involved in an early morning accident at Herstelling (EBD).
The Ministry of Citizenship is moving to implement the online processing of visa applications for visiting non-nationals in order to make the process hassle-free and reduce cases of fraud.
Not only has the government failed to properly address crime, but the cries of the Guyanese continue to fall on deaf ears, according to former public service minister Dr.
Two youths employed by Colours on Robb Street were yesterday charged with stealing over $360,000 in shoes and clothing from the store.
According to media reports, combat aircraft, presumably of the Iraqi Air Force, conducted a series of airstrikes on the market in the center of the city, controlled by militants of the Islamic State
"Only in the past 24 hours, a total of 8,461 residents, including 2,934 children, left the areas that
remain under the militant control, with the assistance of the Russian Center for reconciliation
Armenian armed units violated ceasefire a total of 41 times throughout the day, using large-caliber machine guns.
Official exchange rates of the US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for Dec. 9 were set at 1.7430 manats and 1.8487 manats, respectively.
Armed forces veterans and civilian personnel are going to court to demand a solution to their pension shortfalls following the...
Health Minister Milojka Kolar Celarc will present the long-awaited health reform package to coalition partners on Friday as she rushes to meet the 12 December deadline that coalition parties set for w