HAVANA, (Reuters) – Cubans approved gay marriage and adoption overwhelmingly in a Sunday referendum backed by the government that also boosted rights for women, the national election commission said today.
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MEXICO CITY/WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) voted today to fire Mauricio Claver-Carone with immediate effect, two people with knowledge of the vote said, after an investigation showed the only American president in the bank’s 62-year history had an intimate relationship with a subordinate.
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The police today said that businessman Dorwain Bess, 45, is wanted for questioning in relation to the publication of defamatory libel in order to extort money.
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On 24th September 2022, Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) officers, acting on information received, conducted an operation in Beterverwagting (Railway Embankment/Line Top), East Coast Demerara where they intercepted a Route 50 minibus bearing license plate number BXX 6792.
The Private Sector Commission (PSC) today issued a call for government to declare Tuesday, September 27, 2022, a national holiday, for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) games being played on the day.
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(Trinidad Express) Former United States prosecutor Perry Kendall Jr is working with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) to strengthen its prosecution of gang members in this country.
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(Trinidad Guardian) Concerns that 39-year-old Merissa Edwards may not be found alive have deepened, following the death of her boyfriend.
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Guyana is a step closer to having the Council of Legal Education of the West Indies (CLE) establish a presence here as the body at a recent meeting accepted a proposal from the government.
Vibrant home crowd cheers Amazon Warriors to second place - Guyana Amazon Warriors 126/5 (Shakib 53, Gurbaz 22; McCoy 2/22, Mayers 1/20) beat Barbados Royals 125 (Holder 42, Khan 20; Shepherd 3/14, Paul 2/9) by 5 wickets
Guyana Amazon Warriors completed the perfect set of home victories in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with a comprehensive defeat of the table topping Barbados Royals last night
The victory means the two teams will do it all again tomorrow in the first qualifier.
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Former diplomat and board member of Guyana Power & Light (GPL), Kirk Hollingsworth, was recently awarded damages in the sum of $7.5 million by Justice Fidela Corbin-Lincoln who found that words spoken by Speaker of the National Assembly, Manzoor Nadir, on the Freedom Radio to be defamatory.
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President of the International Boxing Association (IBA), Umar Kremlev will remain at the helm of amateur boxing following a voting process during the body’s Extraordinary Congress yesterday in Yerevan, Armenia.