Wednesday, November 14, 2018
  Several hours after issuing a Tsunami warning that should have been associated with a 7.3 earthquake in Venezuela, the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Center says that it has recalled that warning.In an email exchange with the agency last night, it...
  An international news outlet (see this Link) has just reported that, in the wake of a 7.3 earthquake on the Venezuelan coast this afternoon, the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Center is now saying that the quake, which was fairly deep,...
  Tremors from a 7.3 earthquake have created widespread panic in Guyana, Trinidad, Barbados, Grenada, and a whole host of other countries in the Americas including Panama, Colombia and Peru.The US National Earthquake Information Centre has since reported that the...
  Guyanese intelligence sleuths seem to have been outsmarted by their counterparts from Caracas, with regard to a recently released Venezuelan aircraft.At least two international news publications are reporting that the aircraft that was impounded by Guyanese authorities several weeks...
  New York - (Guyana Guardian) - ExxonMobil, the American oil giant that has promised good fortunes on its oil exploration investments in Guyana, saw its global investment projections plunged by as much as 4.1 per cent at trading in...
  (Guyana Guardian) - Venezuela’s Interior Minister Nestor Reverol has confirmed that eight minors were among the 17 people who were roasted to death in the "Los Cotorros" club fire, which occurred during a school-closing celebratory party in central Caracas...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has listed Guyana as one of the top 5 countries when it comes to the implementation of tax reforms.The claim was made in the global financial organization’s quarterly publication, entitled Finance and Development, and...
A 2017 report along with a data chart in the largest and most influential broadsheet newspaper in the UK, the Daily Telegraph, has disgracefully given Guyana and Venezuela something in common to talk about, outside of their border issues.According...
Human Rights Watch, the New York headquartered organization that became the first among its kind to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, says that child marriages are rampant in Guyana, and accounts for somewhere between 20 to 30 percent...
For several years heavily pregnant Guyanese women and many other expectant moms from several other countries have been allegedly abusing their visitor’s visa conditions, and simply use it to enter the United States so that their babies can be...
- Advertisement -

Recent Articles