Daily Archives: September 26, 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 25 September 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 25 September 2015

  • President Granger at UN General Assembly
  • Bharrat Jagdeo says Dialogue important re Border issue,
  • Guyana Police Force – Hot Water
  • Teenager is missing – Finding Carlos
  • Scholarship Programme  – Revamp
  • Consumer Rights
  • Sports

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News Reader: GUYANA: Newspapers and online news – Latest Entries

News Reader: GUYANA: Newspapers and online news – Latest Entries

GUYANA:  Newspapers and online news – Latest Entries

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Guyanese Online Post # 5750

Smuggled Venezuelan Gasoline Fuels an Entire Economy Next Door

Smuggled Venezuelan Gasoline Fuels an Entire Economy Next Door
Andrew Rosati – September 24, 2015 — 7:00 PM EDT – Bloomberg

smuggled fuel

Motorboats ferry gasoline through the tributaries of the Orinoco River. Photographer: Andrew Rosati/Bloomberg

Maduro fusses over contraband to Colombia. Is Guyana next?
With little enforcement, smugglers unload in broad daylight

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has deployed thousands of soldiers, shuttered large swaths of his country’s border with Colombia and deported hundreds of migrants in his latest crackdown on contraband. He may now be starting to look at a different border where Venezuela’s almost free gasoline has been flowing liberally.   Continue reading

Pope Francis’ Address to Congress Broken Down for You….

Pope Francis’ Historic Address to Congress Covered a Lot of Issues… we broke it down for you

Published: September 25, 2015 | Authors: | ThinkProgress | News Analysis

FrancisPope Francis challenged lawmakers in Congress to take their role as public servants seriously. ThinkProgress breaks down each issue covered in his historic address.

Pope Francis spoke before a joint session of Congress Thursday morning, delivering a historic and sweeping address that offered an unequivocally moral and deeply religious — discussion of a litany of issues, both foreign and domestic.  Continue reading

Virtual Schools are booming – Who’s paying attention? – Politico Magazine

Virtual Schools are booming – Who’s paying attention?

Millions of kids, some as young as 5, now get their schooling online. Just one problem: Nobody knows how well it works.

By Darren Samuelsohn

My nephew’s senior year in high school is already different from mine in any number of ways—the iPhones, the Facebook account, an online encyclopedia of college essay ideas. But perhaps most astonishing is what I realized only after I talked to him about his daily routine: just how little time he’s physically in a school.

This semester, he’s taking two of his classes virtually, and even for the rest, so much of his coursework is done on the Web that he rarely needs to go into the building. By the time he graduates next year, he’ll have logged nearly a full semester’s worth of credits from completely virtual classes.  Continue reading

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