President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has today received a delegation led by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Abdullah bin Za
Bakcell, being the first mobile operator and leading mobile internet provider of Azerbaijan is pleased to announce the launch of a new website, dedicated to its Ulduzum program.
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project, which envisages delivery of Azerbaijani gas to Europe, will ensure a more sustainable energy future for this continent.
Azerbaijan’s Embassy in the UK is checking whether Azerbaijani citizens are among victims and injured in the explosion that occurred at Manchester Arena in England
Shareholders of the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) were last evening assured that the bank would recover the $941 million lost in a fraudulent transaction allegedly conducted by gold dealer
The three accused in the murder of Hill Foot farmer Anthony Breedy were yesterday committed to stand trial by a city court, and one of them later went on a rampage in the courtyard, where he assaulte
The Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) has said that if the 375 cane-harvesters and cane-transporters of the Wales estate do not support the Uitvlugt Improvement Programme (UIP), it may be forced to c
At a Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament hearing yesterday, the Ministry of the Presidency came in for criticism for its handling of the purchase of a vehicle for Prime Minister, Moses Naga
The Civil Defence Com-mission (CDC) was yesterday preparing to extend its surveillance and relief efforts as it received reports of more flood-affected areas in regions 8 and 7.
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Minister of State, Joseph Harmon yesterday said that the Government is committed to working with the Guyanese diaspora as he declared open the Regional Project for “Effective and Sustainable Diaspo
U.S. President Trump asked two of the nation’s top intelligence officials in March to help him push back against an FBI investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and the Russ
The Ministry of the Presidency has not yet received $19.108 million worth of emergency CCTV system supplies, paid for in full since December, 2015, for the National Intelligence Centre using monies fr
Biker Stephen Vieira, who was arrested last Thursday in connection with the recent discovery of almost 85 kilos of cocaine at Zeelugt, was released yesterday after a warrant that was issued for his a
Charges were read yesterday to two of the four men who were held in the city last Friday with a gun and matching ammunition in one of the two vehicles in which they were travelling.
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Alpha Felix who was involved in a serious accident on May 04, 2017 on the Rising Sun Public Road, West Coast Berbice where several children were injured, has been charged with Dangerous Driving and h
Ron Cole, the driver accused of causing the death of traffic policeman Nakosi ‘Kelvin’ LaFleur on the Eccles, East Bank Demerara public road last year, was last week found guilty of the offence by a
The team from the Georgetown Mayor and City Council that is tasked with renegotiating the metered parking contract is scheduled to begin a series of consultations from today.
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Businessman Saddiqi Rasul, who was charged last month with bank fraud, is still licensed to carry firearms, the Guyana Police Force said last week as it sought to clarify the acting Police Commission
Cabinet will consider a list of eight nominees for the Governing Board of the Deeds and Commercial Registry Autho-rity at its next meeting, the Attorney General’s Chambers announced last evening.
Martin Atwell, 45, the father of the East Ruimveldt youth who was remanded to prison last week on firearm and ammunition charges, yesterday found himself also before a court on a charge of attempting
A standoff between the Chairman and the Regional Executive Officer (REO) of the Region Five council relates to the alleged illegal use of an excavator and the Minister of Communities has said he is p
The Ministry of Education yesterday said that the post of Chief Education Officer has been filled.
It said that Marcel Hutson was appointed to the post effective May 10, 2017.
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The Muslim scholar rape case was forwarded to Magistrate Alex Moore in February so that the paper committal proceedings could be re-opened, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) sai
The shortage of drugs and other medical supplies at hospitals, health centres and health posts throughout Region Two were highlighted last week during a visit by the parliamentary sectoral committee
Starting from February 1, 2017 every Russian citizen is entitled to file an application for getting a hectare of land in any region of Russia’s Far East for free
The date for the completion of repairs to the Liliendaal Bridge on the Railway Embankment road has been pushed back to the end of the month because of the inclement weather.
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The World Boxing Council is thrilled to announce that the 55th Annual Convention will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan from October 1 – 6, 2017.
Eleven people were injured on Monday in an explosion at an oil refinery in Sasolburg, emergency services said.
New Zealand has never had a space programme, but could soon be launching commercial rockets more often than the US.
The Speaker wished Aram Satyan good health, artistic successes and all the best.
Nineteen people have been killed and more than 50 injured in a suspected terror attack at Manchester Arena, BBC News reports.
The Western Cape faces a race against time to boost dwindling water reserves
Over the past 24 hours, Armenia’s armed forces have 115 times violated the ceasefire along the line of contact between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops.
The Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping CJSC transported 2,300 freight cars on its ships in April 2017, which is seven percent more than in April 2016