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Since early last month there has been quite a furore over the public disclosures of the Panama-based offshore law firm Mossack Foncesca and Co, which comprises thousands of pages of (digitalsed) data describing and detailing the accounts and deposits of the wealthy classes around the world.

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The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) strongly condemns the Guyana Sugar Corporation’s (Guysuco) move to shut down the LBI Sugar Estate in a similar fashion as was decided in the case of Wales Estate.

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Thousands of persons on Wednesday paid their last respects to the elderly couple that was burnt to death in their Good Hope, East Bank Essequibo (EBE), home on Sunday night during a brazen attack by armed men.

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feel compelled to give an update on the challenge which was filed against Minister of Communities, Ronald Bulkan’s decision to unilaterally select the mayor of Mabaruma and the Chairpersons of the 5 NDC’s who have been unable to elect these office holders because of an equal number seats between the PPP/C and the APNU+AFC.

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The Chairman of the Alliance for Change (AFC), Mr. Nigel Huges, resigned a few days ago.

To be exact, he tendered his resignation on Monday 11th of April following the Party’s statutory meeting. This statutory meeting followed on the heels of a special high level one held the previous day, Sunday 10th April, 2016.

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BBC -- The UK government has warned gay and transgender travellers to be careful in the US due to legislation in North Carolina and Mississippi.

“The US is an extremely diverse society and attitudes toward LGBT people differ hugely across the country,” a travel advisory from the UK reads. Newly passed laws in both states allow businesses to refuse service to LGBT people. The advisory comes from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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Tuesday, 26 April 2016 14:27

Fear mounts as heat wave envelops India


Al Jazeera -- Searing heat continues to grip much of India.

Temperatures in many parts of the country are well above average, with some places reporting temperatures more than 5C higher than would be expected at this time of the year.

The heat is now being blamed for the death of more than 100 people and fears are rising that this could turn into a major catastrophe.

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More than 600 people from several African countries are stranded after crossing the Atlantic by boat to Brazil and then passing through Colombia and Panama before getting stuck in Costa Rica en route to the United States.

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Troubled by wrinkles surrounding your mouth? Then you’ll want to know how to get rid of these as fast as possible. Read the following article to know just that.

It happens to the best of us. One day you’re staring at a clear face in the mirror and then the next time you stare at a mirror, there they are - wrinkles all around the mouth. How in the name of god did they get there?! Like I said, it happens to the best of us. So you’ll naturally want to know how to get rid of those wrinkles. Yes, yes. We’ll be getting to that, but before that, it becomes imperative to give you some reasons for why wrinkles around the mouth come about. Let’s get to that before giving you the solutions for the same in the following sections.

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Tuesday, 26 April 2016 14:22

Yelling at Kids


Lately, it seems to be a trend in parenting to consider yelling a big mommy no-no. People prefer to try reasoning with their children, or explaining things in gentle voices. As the adult child of a very yell-prone mother, I suggest that yelling might not be so bad.

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